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10 things to see and do in Toronto

March 29, 2012 by admin in Travel

Toronto skyline

Toronto skyline

There is plenty to see and do in Toronto. As Canada’s largest city, there is no shortage of interesting opportunities. Below are ten of our favourites:

Browse Toronto’s Chinatown. Find great bargains and shop for the likes of beautiful trinkets, jewelry, clothing and crafts. Have lunch at an authentic Chinese restaurant.

Casa Loma
Tour the magnificent castle, Casa Loma. Explore the 98 rooms, secret passages, tower and stables. Stroll through the luxurious gardens.

CN Tower
See Canada’s shining symbol, the CN Tower. Ride the glass elevator to the top, have dinner in the restaurant and then go out on the observation deck and capture some great photos of the amazing city views.

Ontario Place
For a whole day of fun, take the family to Ontario Place. Splash in the waterpark, ride some cool rides, dine in one of the several restaurants. Catch a show at the IMAX Theatre.

Toronto Islands
Enjoy nature at the Toronto Islands. Explore the walking and bicycle trails across the 600 acres of parkland. Have some fun in the sun on the beaches and play some volleyball or tennis.

Canada’s Wonderland
Visit Canada’s Wonderland spanned over 300 acres and featuring over 200 attractions. Dare the fierce roller coaster, The Behemoth, or some of the other 48 thrill rides. Cool off at the waterpark.

Toronto Zoo
Visit the Toronto Zoo, the third largest zoo in the world, located in Rouge Valley on 710 acres. Be amused and educated by 5,000 animals representing over 500 species.

Royal Ontario Museum
Visit Canada’s largest museum of archaeology, art and natural history. Be fascinated with the many artifacts and interactive displays. Admire African and Asian art. Marvel the amazing collection of dinosaurs.

Rogers Centre
Cheer on the Toronto Blue Jays at a major league ball game at the Rogers Centre.

Hockey Hall of Fame
Be captivated with Canada’s most loved sport at the Hockey Hall of Fame. Get involved with the many interactive exhibits, games and hockey memorabilia.

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