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  • 1

    Old Montreal

    96 reviews

    Great part of the city to just roam or walk around. Lots of great restaurants and shops. The old buildings and cobbled stoned streets give it a wonderful atmosphere.

    Popular withLocalHistoryDesign
  • 2

    Notre-Dame Basilica

    79 reviews

    Gorgeous, historic church that can't be missed on your visit to Montreal! If the stunning architecture doesn't take your breath away, the elegant interior will. Great light show at night that tells the history of this place.

    Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
  • 3

    CN Tower

    314 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 withFamiliesLocalDesign
  • 4

    Kensington Market

    25 reviews

    If there was one thing I wanted to see while in Toronto, it was Kensington Market and its artsy vibe. I headed towards Chinatown and landed into a neighborhood filled with charming old houses, vintage shops and hipster locales covered in creative graffiti. My favorite thought was this delightful unexpected cafe - Sonic - that serves two purposes: features great ...

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  • 5

    Royal Ontario Museum

    147 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!

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  • 6

    Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

    14 reviews

    For a free-admission art museum, the Museum of Fine Arts is a worthy visit. The museum is centrally located in downtown and easily accessible by Peel and Concordia STM stations. The collections extends through three buildings and includes a sculpture garden. You can find arts from many eras - Renaissance, Baroque, Impressionist, Cubism ... They have paintings by Renoir, Monet ...

    Popular withDesignLocalHistory
  • 7

    Gastown

    60 reviews

    Day or night there is no shortage of things to do and see here. Vancouver's oldest neighbourhood is home to some of its newest, hottest restaurants and nightspots.

    Popular withFoodiesDesignNightlife
  • 8

    Granville Island

    74 reviews

    We explored Granville Island on a Sunday morning and wish we had allocated more time here, there is just so much to see and so much to do. Located in the False Creek region across from downtown Vancouver, the island boasts its own atmosphere and flavor. Formerly an industrial area, the historical reminisce of its past is still visible in ...

    Popular withFamiliesLocalDesign
  • 9

    Granville Island Public Market

    69 reviews

    The public market caters to the tourists, but lots of locals come by getting lunch, grabbing a quick coffee, or having a chat with their friends. This is a really big public market with sandwiches, salads, juices, coffee, vendors that sell specialized items, seafood, flowers, desserts, etc. Some things are a bit pricey, but I like how everything is so ...

    Popular withFoodiesFamiliesDesign
  • 10

    Peace Arch Provincial Park

    2 reviews

    If I'm going to spend several hours waiting to get back into the United States, at least I have the time to get out of the car (I wasn't driving, mind you) to use the restroom and take a few photos of a lovely park. Peace Arch Provincial Park makes crossing the border a little more fun, like something Gene ...

    Popular withDesignHistoryOutdoor
  • 11

    Art Gallery of Ontario

    38 reviews

    Amazing collections and a very pleasant gallery. The Inuit art is some of the best, but there is so much more to see. Don't miss the iconic stairway when you're there!

    Popular withFamiliesDesignHistory
  • 12

    Royal BC Museum

    36 reviews

    Wow! You can spend a whole day in here. One of the best museums in Canada. Lots of history about BC, the First Nations, and ecological time. Climate change is a re-occurring theme. Children just love it. What with an IMAX theatre and historic buildings outside, it is not a wasted day. Probably best to visit when the weather is ...

    Popular withHistoryFamiliesDesign
  • 13

    Glenbow Museum

    4 reviews

    Despite the wealth of the city and its residents, Calgary sadly has few museums or art galleries. The Glenbow Museum is the one worthwhile venue to visit as it is four or five museums rolled into one. It covers natural history, regional history, art exhibitions of both contemporary and historical works, and temporary exhibitions. The art and artifacts are not ...

    Popular withLocalDesignFamilies
  • 14

    Art Gallery of Greater Victoria

    13 reviews

    1040 Moss St. Public art museum dedicated to the celebration of art.

    Popular withDesignHistoryFamilies
  • 15

    Nathan Phillips Square

    9 reviews

    Ai Weiwei's "Forever Bicycles" Sculpture featured in 2013 Toronto Nuit Blanche.

    Popular withBudgetTrendstersDesign
  • 16

    Montreal City Hall

    16 reviews

    Beautiful old city hall, especially when lit up at night. When I ended the corner and saw this building, I felt as if I had stepped into a postcard!

    Popular withHistoryLocalDesign
  • 17

    National Gallery of Canada

    12 reviews

    This is probably Canada's best art gallery. The collection is strong on Canadian artists and has some major Modern and contemporary works. Otherwise, it is pretty modest in its holdings. Unfortunately, it does not compare with the best museums in the United States which are older, bigger and have had more generous patrons.

    Popular withDesignHistoryFamilies
  • 18

    Vancouver Aquarium

    46 reviews

    Not many aquariums are this cool, and this one hosts a classy event like none other. I'm particularly fond of the otters, and as a general tourist location, it's just fine. But if you get the opportunity to attend an event here in the evening, do not miss it.

    Popular withFamiliesGreenDesign
  • 19

    Underground City (RÉSO)

    32 reviews

    The underground city is one continuous mall that spans 7 metro stations in the downtown area. Famous for its endless shops and boutiques and a sanctuary for those who seek to escape the unforgiving summer heat or the bitterness of winter, the underground city is an interesting way to get around the downtown area, great for grabbing some good eats ...

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  • 20

    Boulevard Saint-Laurent

    24 reviews

    A quick 10 minute walk from my condo on Berri Street will bring you to one of the hippest and trendiest streets in the city. Great restaurants, funky boutiques and far out nightlife - not to be missed!

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