Toronto Attractions

Casa Loma

Visit Canada's Majestic Castle, Casa Loma and step back in time to a period of European elegance and splendour. The former home of Canadian financier Sir Henry Pellatt, Canada's foremost castle is complete with decorated suites, secret passages, an 800-foot tunnel, towers, stables, and beautiful 5-acre estate gardens (open May through October). A self-guided digital audio tour in 8 languages (English, French, Japanese, German, Italian, Spanish, Mandarin and Korean) is available.

CN Tower

Explore Toronto from the top of Canada's National Tower: rocket to the top of the world in just 58 seconds in glass-fronted elevators. Enjoy breathtaking views from three observation levels including Sky Pod the highest of them all and the world-famous Glass Floor with its thrilling 1,122ft. / 342m view straight down to the ground.

Art Gallery of Ontario

Founded in 1900 by a group of private citizens as the Art Museum of Toronto, the Art Gallery of Ontario is one of the largest art museums in North America, with a physical facility of 486,000 square feet. Currently under construction, the AGO's new facility will boast 583,000 square feet, and will re-open in 2008 with an innovative architectural design by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry.

Helicopter Tours

Helicopter tours make great additions to any vacation package. Flying out of downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, we showcase Toronto and its many attractions including the CN Tower, Roger's Centre, Royal Ontario Museum, Ontario's Parliament, Air Canada Centre, and Toronto's picturesque Inner Harbour to name just a few. Helicopter tours are safe and comfortable and great for couples, families, corporate clients and many other tour groups.

Ontario Science Centre

Providing dynamic experiences and environments where experimentation and failure are vital components of innovative activity, where it's safe to test ideas and build the confidence to explore them further. Participants become inspired - and inspired to question.

Black Creek Pioneer Village

Much more than a collection of buildings and artifacts. Here, you will become immersed in the lifestyles, customs, and surroundings of early residents who built the foundations for modern Toronto and Ontario. Spanning more than 30 acres of pristine country landscapes, the Village is a living history experience featuring heritage buildings originating in communities across south central Ontario that have been faithfully furnished with original furniture and artifacts.

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The Legislative Building at Queen's Park

A popular tourist attraction for thousands of visitors from Ontario, Canada and around the world. Located in the heart of downtown Toronto and easily accessed by public transit, the building is steps away from other of the city, such as the Royal Ontario Museum and the University of Toronto. Explore over a century of history inside one of Ontario's most significant heritage buildings. Opened in 1893, the Legislative Building at Queen's Park has since been the meeting place for Ontario's Members of Provincial Parliament.

Rogers Centre Tour

Experience is the best way to appreciate the wonders of Rogers Centre, one of Toronto's most popular attractions. The tour offers a newly renovated museum area featuring a model of Rogers Centre, memorabilia from past events, concerts and much more! See the multi-screen video wall featuring the many exciting sports and events that have been held at the facility. Rogers Centre Tour Experience is a one hour, fully-guided behind-the-scenes tour. Highlights of the tour include a visit to the Blue Jays Hall of Fame, a Press Box and a Luxury Suite among other stops.

The Royal Ontario Museum

Explore an exceptional array of themed galleries throughout the Museum, spanning both world cultures and natural history. With six million objects in the ROM's collections, there's something new to discover around every corner. In addition to numerous permanent galleries, the ROM showcases a variety of changing special exhibitions. The Royal Ontario Museum offers a variety of programs to stimulate the imagination and advance our understanding of world cultures and natural history. Come and experience an amazing array of courses, lectures, trips, tours, special events, film screenings, live music and much more!

Playdium

Experience the ultimate interactive adventures at Playdium. With 40 000 square feet of adrenaline-fuelled, action-packed games to enjoy, it's the place to play. Playdium is an energized environment on 11 acres where you are free to escape everyday life and live out your ultimate fantasies. Come experience a variety of arcade games, batting cages, outdoor mini-golf, or our go-kart track.

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Canada's Wonderland

Canada's premier amusement park and features over 200 attractions, more than 65 thrilling rides, North America's greatest variety of roller coasters, and Splash Works, a 20-acre water park. New for 2008 - Canada's biggest, fastest & tallest coaster ever - BEHEMOTH!

The Toronto Aerospace Museum (TAM)

Dedicated to developing an exciting educational, heritage and tourist attraction at Parc Downsview Park, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Founded in 1997, we are an important year-round attraction within Parc Downsview Park, Canada's first urban national park. The TAM is located in a building that isn't just full of history, but is part of history from the days of fabric and wire biplanes of the 1920's to the dawn of the space age and Canada's first satellite, launched in 1962. This historic building at Downsview is the original 1929 home of de Havilland Aircraft of Canada Ltd., one of Canada's most successful aircraft manufacturers.

Reptilia

Recently, Reptilia's new king cobra went on display for the public. He was officially measured at an event for our Annual Members on December 14th and documented in the National Post at 13 feet 1 inch in length. Reptilia now has the largest crocodile in Canada and the largest venomous snake. Reptilia's zoo is the first of its kind in the GTA and it adds another destination to Vaughan's already growing list of attractions. Visitors to the zoo will observe large 20 ft long pythons such as Reggie and Diaga. New specimens, such as Induna and Nandi Reptilia's Nile crocodiles, are on display too. Each exhibit includes an informative sign that provides detailed information about the animals on display.

Fort York

Home to Canada's largest collection of original War of 1812 buildings. The Fort is open year round and offers a number of services, including tours, exhibits, period room settings and seasonal demonstrations. During the summer months, the site comes alive with the colour and the pageantry of the Fort York Guard. The Fort also provides a wide variety of education programs for groups of all ages.

The Bata Shoe Museum Gift Shop

Stocked with many sensational shoe-related items. To find books about shoes, an object in the shape of a shoe - or anything decorated with shoe images - visit our shop when you visit the Museum. There's always something new coming in so our selection changes, but it often includes books for adults and children, ornaments, gifts, paper goods, t-shirts, key rings and jewellery, and more!


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