Things to do in Toronto and Southern Ontario

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  • 1

    CN Tower

    317 reviews

    What a fabulous view! People of all ages can entertain themselves for hours, enjoying fabulous food, staring at the fabulous Toronto skyline and aerial view of the city from all angles, and standing on the glass floor to feel as if you're floating. A must-see, over and over again.

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  • 2

    Toronto Islands

    179 reviews

    Beautiful place with tons of options to spend the day. You can rent a boat, have a picnic, play disk golf, there are 2 small amusement parks and so much more... There is a great view of the city from here and of sunny days it's one of the nicest places you can spend in the area.

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  • 3

    Eaton Centre

    192 reviews

    This is definitely a massive mall. The two days I went to the mall, I could not even finish going through the entire mall. The food court is massive and has a lot of options which is refreshing b/c most malls in America fail to do that. The stores I saw were typically standard ones but it is definitely worth ...

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  • 4

    Rogers Centre

    171 reviews

    I've never been to the Rogers Centre, but I took some photos of it when I was in Toronto. It looks awesome at night with the glowing purple lights. I would love to make it back to Toronto and visit again.

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  • 5

    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!

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    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.

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  • 7

    St. Lawrence Market

    53 reviews

    I last stopped in at the St. Lawrence Market on a Saturday morning. They open at 5 AM and considering that I am a morning person, I should have come earlier and for breakfast. The historical main building (2 floors) and the North building across the street were in full swing and were filled with all sorts of wonderful/interesting smells ...

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  • 8

    Air Canada Centre

    50 reviews

    Fun area of town, even if you can't catch a game.

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  • 9

    Queen Street West

    49 reviews

    No idea what that statue has to do with Queen Street West. Yeah it's a Queen. Queen West is one of the main shopping areas in Toronto. Everything from mall stores to indie stores, art galleries, caf├ęs, etc.

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  • 10


    46 reviews

    Slightly dirty but I mean I guess that's makes it Chinatown. Had authentic chinese food and it was okay. But I think it's more of an experience just to walk around the area.

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  • 11

    Art Gallery of Ontario

    38 reviews

    I am a member of the AGO. It is a privilege to be apart of a well run world- class museum that Toronto can be proud of. Support the AGO it has so much to offer. There is nothing better than sharing and preserving great art!

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  • 12

    Casa Loma

    39 reviews

    If you're a tourist in Toronto, aside from checking out the CN Tower, you have to check out Casa Loma. The only old building we have that has any sort of architectural appeal, and is a real castle. If you're coming from Europe, it'll be a cute thing to see, and if you're coming from somewhere without many castles, it'll ...

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  • 13

    Distillery Historic District

    35 reviews

    Great atmosphere and a very fun place to hang out. You'll find some of the most interesting shops and restaurants in the city here.

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  • 14

    Hockey Hall of Fame

    31 reviews

    Canada and hockey are inseperable so even thought I am not a big hockey fan I felt the need to visit.

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  • 15

    Yonge-Dundas Square

    38 reviews

    Neet place where a lot of different things happen. Sometimes there are just water shoots in the square, sometimes musicians, or shows...with lots of billboards..kind of reminds me of Time Square but a smaller version, with the eaton center across the street, and many restaurants.

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  • 16

    Ontario Place

    29 reviews

    Great place to visit in the summer with the family

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  • 17

    Kensington Market

    25 reviews

    Really cool area to walk around looking at the different shops and what they have to offer. Seriously a place to visit!

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  • 18

    The Beaches

    29 reviews

    Walk along the boardwalk and the beach in Toronto

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  • 19

    Ontario Science Centre

    24 reviews

    Opened to the public in September 1969, the innovative design of OSC was started in 1964 by the famous Toronto architect Raymond Moriyama. At the time, the OSC was famous around the world for its hands-on approach to science, and was later became the pioneer model for San Francisco's Exploratorium and Detroit's Museum of Science and Technology. In 1996, Ontario's ...

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  • 20

    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

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