If you like fast heartbeats and heights, maybe the CN Tower Edge Walk is for you!
Toronto offers visitors a number of activities and landmarks to do while here. Here are a couple quick suggestions:
- CN Tower and Edgewalk (http://www.edgewalkcntower.ca/)
Formerly the tallest building in the world… now the most heart-pounding…
- Royal Ontario Museum: the “ROM” (http://www.rom.on.ca/en)
It looks like an alien growth on a traditional building, but it’s ours.
- Art Gallery of Ontario: the “A.G.O.” (http://www.ago.net/)
- Hockey Hall of Fame (http://www.hhof.com/)
A quintessential stop on the Canadian tour…
- Bata Shoe Museum (http://www.batashoemuseum.ca/)
Yes, it’s all about shoes.
- Canada’s Wonderland (https://www.canadaswonderland.com/)
The oldest and biggest amusement park in the country.
- Rogers Centre (http://www.rogerscentre.com/)
Home of the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team.
- Bell Light Box (http://tiff.net/)
The Toronto International Film Festival in September begins here.
- Kensignton Market (http://www.kensington-market.ca/)
Grass roots, fair trade, community owned and created
- The Distillery District (http://www.thedistillerydistrict.com/)
Toronto loves its brew.
Looking for something different? Check out the sites below for some ideas!
- Visiting Toronto (http://bit.ly/XoXlBC)
- INFOTOGO (http://bit.ly/XoXnJP) provides visitors with resources and information on what to see and do in Toronto and how to get around the city. Finding your way around Toronto just became a lot easier with these tools!
- Toronto Guide (http://bit.ly/XoXpBx)
- Download Mobile App: See Toronto
Visiting Toronto? Download Tourism Toronto’s new See Toronto App. Available for iPhone, Android, Blackberry and Windows Phone, it provides tips on things to see and do including easy-to-search event, dining, attractions and shopping listings