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  • 1

    CN Tower

    317 reviews

    Amazing experience, and the best way to see the golden horseshoe! We skipped the edge walk, but the observation deck and glass floor had my stomach in my throat the entire time. Completely surreal, especially when a plane flies by below your eye level! (there is an airport on the island just in front of the tower, so the planes ...

    Popular withFamiliesLocalAdventure
  • 2

    Toronto Islands

    179 reviews

    Center Island is the most crowded, more a family atmosphere. Hanlon's is more of a younger crowd, nude beach, gay beach. Ward's has a more intimate beach scene, younger crowd, cool villaga/cottage type atmosphere.

    Popular withFamiliesOutdoorLocal
  • 3

    Eaton Centre

    192 reviews

    Everything in one spot. Lots of trendy and designer stores to choose from. Top of the line food court right in the heart of the city.

    Popular withFamiliesLuxuryLocal
  • 4

    Niagara Falls

    164 reviews

    Niagara Falls is argueably one of the most dramatic set of waterfalls in North America. The Canadian side is much more built up, and set up, for tourists. It's got miles of paved walkways with breathtaking views, gorgeus gardens, upscale hotels and casinos, and yes, a wax museum or two. The view of the falls themselves, are much more beautiful ...

    Popular withFamiliesOutdoorAdventure
  • 5

    Rogers Centre

    171 reviews

    1 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, Ontario just beautiful plsce great place 2 be good food it a nice place i like it :>:)))))))))

    Popular withLocalStudentsFamilies
  • 6

    Royal Ontario Museum

    148 reviews

    Royal Ontario Museum (or, as it's locally known, ROM) has an incredible natural history collection. Their birds display is particularly awesome. I highly recommend a visit. Check out the unique architecture of the building, as well!

    Popular withHistoryFamiliesDesign
  • 7

    Stanley Park

    113 reviews

    Stanley Park is the arguably the best park on the West Coast. I would characterize it as the West Coast's answer to NY's Central Park. It is absolutely huge. Great views of the Vancouver skyline and other parts of the city since it is so large. A must visit when in Vancouver.

    Popular withOutdoorFamiliesBudget
  • 8

    Maid of the Mist

    93 reviews

    Do it. JUST DO IT. You'll regret not doing it. Just don't look at the people getting off when you get on.

    Popular withFamiliesOutdoorAdventure
  • 9

    Old Montreal

    96 reviews

    Your visit to Montreal can't be called complete without visiting Old Montreal. The architecture, the shops and the restaurants complete a great area to be in as a tourist.

    Popular withLocalHistoryFoodies
  • 10

    Notre-Dame Basilica

    80 reviews

    I'm not much of a church goer, but this one here is a very nice building. if you really want to see its magnificence, you should visit at night, when a light show is provided.

    Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
  • 11

    Butchart Gardens

    70 reviews

    800 Benvenuto Ave, Brentwood Bay. http://www.butchartgardens.com/. 5 different major gardens. Saturday Fireworks.

    Popular withOutdoorFamiliesDesign
  • 12

    Granville Island

    76 reviews

    Great day trip in Vancouver, just a few minutes by bus or car to one of the best markets in the world. First class produce, flowers, buskers, galleries, water tours, views and more. One of Vancouver's top tourist destinations spots also popular with most locals. A must see.

    Popular withFamiliesLocalDesign
  • 13

    Granville Island Public Market

    69 reviews

    If you're even a little bit of a foodie, or just like to eat, then get yourself over to Granville Island to walk around and browse the market stalls, food vendors and flower stands. I make it a point to stop by every time I'm in town, especially when I'm hungry after cycling or hiking.

    Popular withFoodiesFamiliesLocal
  • 14

    Yonge Street

    66 reviews

    If I were to live in Toronto. I would definitely live close or off of Yonge St. There are so much to see and eat. It's endless and this street is soooooo freakin long.

    Popular withLocalTrendstersFoodies
  • 15

    Mount Royal Park

    58 reviews

    Great green space in Montreal, although we went in winter so it was more of a white space. The snow made it easy to get lost, but the views of the city were worth the cold hike.

    Popular withOutdoorLocalFamilies
  • 16

    Gastown

    61 reviews

    Sure it's a big tourist area, but for good reason: cobblestone streets, charming street lamps, lots of coffee shops and restaurants and boutiques and bars. Any visit to Vancouver should include a stop in Gastown, whether it's a tour of historical sites like the steam clock or simply an evening of drinking beer and playing pool in one of the ...

    Popular withFoodiesDesignNightlife
  • 17

    St. Lawrence Market

    53 reviews

    Great market loaded with vendors selling meat, seafood, breads, fresh fruit, etc Don't forget to get your Canadian Peameal Bacon sandwich while your at it

    Popular withFoodiesLocalFamilies
  • 18

    Capilano Bridge

    52 reviews

    Great place for adventure seekers and outdoor lovers. Children will also love the thrill of walking across the wobbly Capliano Bridge.

    Popular withFamiliesOutdoorAdventure
  • 19

    Illumination of The Falls

    48 reviews

    Nightly illumination throughout the summer and Fall months

    Popular withFamiliesOutdoorAdventure
  • 20

    Air Canada Centre

    50 reviews

    Home of the Raptors and the Maple Leafs

    Popular withLocalFamiliesStudents
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