Toronto Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Toronto - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Harbourfront, the Entertainment District, and The Financial District 13


Entertainment District 2

Harbourfront 6

The Financial District 5

Greater Toronto 12


Bloor West Village 1

Cabbagetown 3

North Toronto 2

Outlying Suburbs 6

Queen's Park, The Annex, and Little Italy 7


Queen's Park 5

The Annex 2

Old Town and the Distillery District 6


Distillery District 1

Old Town 5

Dundas Square Area 5

Chinatown, Kensington Market, and Queen West 5


Chinatown 2

Queen West 3

Yorkville, Church-Wellesley, and Rosedale 3


Yorkville 3

East and West of City Center 1


Leslieville 1

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Amusement Park/ Water Park 2

Arts/ Performance Venue 2

Building/ Architectural Site 3

Cemetery 2

Educational Institution 1

Farm/ Ranch 1

Financial Institution 1

Garden/ Arboretum 1

Government Building 4

House/ Mansion/ Villa 1

Island 1

Library/ Archive 3

Military Site 1

Museum Village 1

Museum/ Gallery 12

Nature Preserve/ Wildlife Refuge 1

Neighborhood/ Street 1

Observatory/ Planetarium 1

Park/ Playground 2

Pedestrian Mall 1

Plaza/ Square/ Piazza 1

Religious Building/ Site/ Shrine 1

Restaurant–Sight 1

Sports Venue 1

Store/ Shop/ Mall 3

Transportation Site (Airport, Bus, Ferry, Train) 1

Winery/ Brewery/ Distillery 1

Zoo/ Aquarium 2

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Art Gallery of Ontario

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The AGO is hard to miss: the monumental glass and titanium facade designed by Toronto native son Frank Gehry hovering over the main building...

Campbell House

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The Georgian mansion of Sir William Campbell, the sixth chief justice of Upper Canada, is now one of Toronto's best house museums. Built...

City Hall

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Toronto's modern city hall resulted from a 1958 international competition to which some 520 architects from 42 countries submitted designs.

Old City Hall

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Opened in 1899, and used until 1965 when "new" City Hall was built across the street, the old municipal building is still the home of...

Spadina Avenue

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Spadina (pronounced "Spa- dye -nah"), running from the lakeshore north to College Street, has never been chic. For decades it has housed...


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