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  • 1. Art Gallery of Ontario

    Chinatown | Museum/Gallery

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

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  • 2. CN Tower

    Harbourfront | Observatory

    The tallest freestanding tower in the Western Hemisphere, this landmark stretches 1,815 feet and 5 inches high and marks Toronto with its distinctive...Read More

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  • 3. St. Lawrence Market

    Old Town | Store/Mall

    Both a lovely landmark and an excellent place to sample Canadian bacon, this market was originally built in 1844 as the first true Toronto city...Read More

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  • 4. Bata Shoe Museum

    The Annex | Museum/Gallery

    Created by Sonja Bata, wife of the founder of the Bata Shoe Company, this shoe museum holds a permanent collection of 10,000 varieties of foot...Read More

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  • 5. Black Creek Pioneer Village

    North York | Museum Village

    Less than a half-hour drive from downtown is a rural, mid-19th-century living-history-museum village that makes you feel as though you've gone...Read More

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  • 6. Campbell House

    Queen West | Museum/Gallery

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

  • 7. Canada's Wonderland

    Amusement Park/Water Park

    Yogi Bear, Fred Flintstone, and Scooby Doo are part of Canada's first theme park, filled with more than 200 games, rides, restaurants, and shops...Read More

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  • 8. Casa Loma

    The Annex | Historic Home

    A European-style castle, Casa Loma was commissioned by Sir Henry Pellatt, a soldier and financier. This grand display of extravagance has 98...Read More

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  • 9. City Hall

    Queen West | Government Building

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

  • 10. Design Exchange

    Financial District | Museum/Gallery

    A delightful example of streamlined moderne design (a later and more austere version of art deco), this building is clad in polished pink granite...Read More

  • 11. Dundas Square

    Dundas Square Area | Plaza/Square

    A public square surrounded by oversize billboards and explosive light displays, Toronto's answer to New York's Times Square is becoming one...Read More

  • 12. Eaton Centre

    Dundas Square Area | Store/Mall

    The 3-million-square-foot Eaton Centre shopping mall has been both praised and vilified since it was built in the 1970s, but it remains incredibly...Read More

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  • 13. Escape to Shangri-La

    Entertainment District | Restaurant

    In the Shangri-La's Lobby Lounge, where guests check in, a band performs, a fireplace soothes, and silk-clad waitresses seemingly float from...Read More

  • 14. Flatiron Building

    Old Town | Notable Building

    One of several wedge-shape buildings scattered all over North America, Toronto's Flatiron occupies the triangular block between Wellington,...Read More

  • 15. Fort York

    Harbourfront | Military Sight

    The most historic site in Toronto is a must for anyone interested in the city's origins. Toronto was founded in 1793 when the British built...Read More

  • 16. George R. Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art

    Yorkville | Museum/Gallery

    This collection of rare ceramics includes 17th-century English delftware and 18th-century yellow European porcelain; its pre-Columbian collection...Read More

  • 17. Harbourfront Centre

    Harbourfront | Store/Mall

    Stretching from just west of York Street to Spadina Avenue, this culture-and-recreation center is a match for San Francisco's Pier 39 and Baltimore...Read More

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  • 18. Hart House

    Queen's Park | Educational Institution

    A neo-Gothic student center built in 1911–19, Hart House represents the single largest gift to the University of Toronto. Vincent Massey, a...Read More

  • 19. High Park

    Bloor West Village | City Park

    One of North America's loveliest parks, High Park (at one time the privately owned countryside "farm" of John George Howard, Toronto's first...Read More

  • 20. Hockey Hall of Fame and Museum

    Financial District | Museum/Gallery

    Even if you're not a hockey fan, it's worth a trip here to see this shrine to Canada's favorite sport. Exhibits include the original 1893 Stanley...Read More

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