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  • 1

    Rogers Centre

    169 reviews

    Great stadium in a fun part of town! Even if you don't have tickets, you can wander by for the party atmosphere and hit the nearby sports bars.

    Popular withLocalStudentsFamilies
  • 2

    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 withFamiliesGreenStudents
  • 3

    Montreal Biodome

    37 reviews

    Basically it is Montreal's zoo. But it consists of 4 ecosystems and they are extremely well designed and kept. Worth it checking it out if you are interested in animals. Especially tropical animals. You can also see a beaver, so its a bonus.

    Popular withFamiliesGreenStudents
  • 4

    Rue Ste. Catherine

    24 reviews

    The shopping street of Montreal. You'll also find some good restaurants there.

    Popular withStudentsLocalBudget
  • 5

    Steam Whistle Brewing

    16 reviews

    Didn't go to the tour, but a free sample beer. Enough said.

    Popular withFoodiesStudentsLocal
  • 6

    Notre-Dame Basilica

    79 reviews

    A must for anyone visiting Montreal! Literally took my breath away, the details and statues of the cathedral and chapel were exquisite. The plaza in front if the basilica is quite entertaining as well. The history behind the place is so intriguing I couldn't help but question my faith while there haha! It is just beautiful.

    Popular withHistoryDesignStudents
  • 7

    University of Toronto

    24 reviews

    This university has amazing architecture. Even if you don't go there, it's worth taking a look around campus

    Popular withLocalStudentsBudget
  • 8

    Hockey Hall of Fame

    31 reviews

    Canada is notorious for its love of hockey, and the hall of fame lives up to expectations. It is interesting even if you don't follow the sport, with interactive exhibits and lots to see.

    Popular withHistoryLocalStudents
  • 9

    Calgary Zoo

    19 reviews

    The Calgary Zoo is one of my favourite places to spend a few hours. Crowds are lightest on weekday afternoons.

    Popular withFamiliesStudentsOutdoor
  • 10

    Canadian National Exhibition

    2 reviews

    This is how you know that summer is coming to an end, when ads about the EX, The CNE begins. From August 15-Sept.1, the city of Toronto is beaming with strobe lights, games, rides, shows, and some diabolical type of deep fried food. It is good fun for the fam and groups alike. Great way to round out the summer ...

    Popular withFamiliesLocalStudents
  • 11

    Robson Street

    37 reviews

    Really great for just walking around and people watching. You'll also see some really nice cars parked on the street. You'll find shops like Aldo, Sephora, Roots, Victoria's Secret, etc. along the street as well as great restaurants! Lots to see and do along this street, for sure.

    Popular withTrendstersStudentsLuxury
  • 12

    Montréal Botanical Garden

    42 reviews

    Very nice place to spend half a day taking a stroll. I went when they had plant sculptures which was even more amazing.

    Popular withOutdoorFamiliesStudents
  • 13

    Chinatown

    45 reviews

    Quite rare to find such an extensive Asian neighbourhood in North America. They also have amazing food.

    Popular withLocalFoodiesStudents
  • 14

    Yonge-Dundas Square

    38 reviews

    The Times Square of Toronto! Very crowded but great shopping, although I don't think I could spend more than an hour or so here. See it just to say you did, then move on to some of the more interesting spots in the city.

    Popular withLocalFamiliesStudents
  • 15

    Toronto Zoo

    14 reviews

    LOTS of animals (which means lots of babies year-round), exceptional hours making for great off season visits, upgrading and welcoming more species/individuals all the time. I would highly recommend this zoo for every visitor. Great for families, young adults, seniors, and everyone else! For my full review visit http://zoocritic.wordpress.com/2012/12/04/review-toronto-zoo/

    Popular withFamiliesStudents
  • 16

    Royal Ontario Museum

    147 reviews

    If you have time for just one museum in Toronto, might want to make it this one. Art (including from Canada's First Nations), natural history, and special exhibitions from at home and abroad all make it more than you could possibly see in just an hour.

    Popular withHistoryDesignStudents
  • 17

    Eaton Centre

    191 reviews

    Huge mall, and easy to get to since it's part of the path system. Good stores, not bad prices, and overall an enjoyable way to spend an afternoon.

    Popular withFamiliesLuxuryStudents
  • 18

    Yonge Street

    66 reviews

    Located in the heart of the city, this is an easy place to spend a few hours. There is so much to see and really something for everyone with great restaurants and cute shops.

    Popular withLocalFoodiesStudents
  • 19

    The Yard & Flagon Pub

    2 reviews

    Hands down one of my favourite Saskatoon pubs, the beer is cold, the food is great, and the roof-top patio is fantastic from the first warm days of spring to the last few in the Autumn. Highly recommended on the menu would be both of the veggie burgers (sun and moon) and the Elk burger.

    Popular withStudentsLocal
  • 20

    Air Canada Centre

    49 reviews

    The Air Canada Centre is a great place to watch concerts and sport games. Plus, it's super easy to get to since it's connected to union station.

    Popular withLocalFamiliesStudents
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