Side Trips from Toronto

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  • 1. Cave Spring Cellars


    On Jordan's Main Street, Cave Spring is one of the leading wine producers in Canada, with Ontario's oldest wine cellars, in operation since...Read More

  • 2. Fort George National Historic Site

    Military Site

    On a wide stretch of parkland south of town sits this fort that was built in the 1790s but lost to the Yankees during the War of 1812. It was...Read More

  • 3. Maid of the Mist


    Boats have been operating for Maid of the Mist since 1846, when they were wooden-hulled, coal-fired steamboats. Today, double-deck steel vessels...Read More

  • 4. Niagara Falls

    Body Of Water/Waterfall

    Although cynics have had a field day with Niagara Falls (most memorably, Oscar Wilde called it "the second major disappointment of American...Read More

  • 5. Algonquin Provincial Park

    Park (National/State/Provincial)

    This park stretches across 7,650 square km (2,954 square miles), containing nearly 2,500 lakes, 272 bird species, 45 species of mammals, and...Read More

  • 6. Bethune Memorial House


    An 1880-vintage frame structure, this National Historic Site honors the heroic efforts of field surgeon and medical educator Henry Norman Bethune...Read More

  • 7. Bird Kingdom


    A tropical respite from the crowds and Las Vegas–style attractions, Bird Kingdom is the world's largest indoor aviary, with over 400 free-flying...Read More

  • 8. Call of the Wild

    Call of the Wild. Call of the Wild offers guided trips of different lengths—dogsledding and snowmobiling in winter, canoeing and hiking in...Read More

  • 9. Casino Niagara


    Smaller and more low-key than Fallsview, Casino Niagara also has some older machines, but is well-equipped nonetheless. Slot machines, video...Read More

  • 10. Casino Rama


    Casino Rama, the largest First Nations–run gambling emporium in Canada, lures visitors to the Orillia area. Just northeast of Barrie (along...Read More

  • 11. Château des Charmes


    Founded in 1978, this is one of Niagara's first wineries, and one of the two largest family-owned wineries in Niagara (Peller is the other)...Read More

  • 12. Clifton Hill


    This is undeniably the most crassly commercial district of Niagara Falls, with haunted houses, more wax museums than one usually sees in a lifetime...Read More

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  • 13. Crush on Niagara


    Crush on Niagara. Crush on Niagara wine-tour packages include overnight stays, meals, and winery tours. 4101 King St. , Beamsville , ON...Read More

  • 14. Fallsview Casino Resort


    Canada's largest gaming and resort facility crowns the city's skyline, overlooking the Niagara Parks with picture-perfect views of the falls...Read More

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  • 15. Fielding Estate


    Two Adirondack chairs by the cedar framed entrance set the tone for the warm and charming winery within. Inside the modern West Coast–style...Read More

  • 16. Floral Clock


    The 40-foot-in-diameter floral clock, one of the world's largest, is comprised of 16, 000 bedding plants. Its "living" face is planted in a...Read More

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  • 17. Fort Erie Race Track

    Sports Venue

    Beautifully landscaped with willows, manicured hedges, and flower-bordered infield lakes, the Fort Erie Race Track has dirt and turf horse racing...Read More

  • 18. Frogpond Farm


    Ontario's only certified-organic winery is a small, family-owned affair with exclusively organic wines. The setting is truly farmlike: sheep...Read More

  • 19. Gallery Stratford


    Regular exhibits of Canadian visual art and, in summer, of local artists' work are displayed here. Great for groups of all ages. ...Read More

  • 20. Georgian Bay Islands National Park

    Park (National/State/Provincial)

    A series of 63 islands in Lake Huron's Georgian Bay, the park can be visited only via boat. Organized boat tours with the park or private companies...Read More

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