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  • 1. Art Gallery of Ontario


    The AGO (as locals refer to it) is hard to miss: the monumental glass and titanium facade designed by Toronto native son Frank Gehry hovering...Read More

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  • 2. CN Tower


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

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  • 3. High Park

    Bloor West Village

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

  • 4. Ripley's Aquarium of Canada


    North America's largest aquarium is sleek and angular, and has shapes of sharks on the roof. It contains more than 450 species of marine life...Read More

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  • 5. Royal Ontario Museum


    The ROM (as the Royal Ontario Museum is known to locals), opened in 1914, is Canada's largest museum and it has a reputation for making...Read More

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  • 6. St. Lawrence Market

    Old Town

    Both a landmark and an excellent place to sample Canadian bacon, this market was originally built in 1849 as the first true Toronto city hall....Read More

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  • 7. Textile Museum of Canada

    Dundas Square Area

    With a 45-year history of exploring ideas and building cultural understanding through its collection of more than 13,000 artifacts from across the globe, this museum’s...Read More

  • 8. Bata Shoe Museum

    The Annex

    Created by Sonja Bata, wife of the founder of the Bata Shoe Company, this shoe museum holds a permanent collection of more than 13,000 foot...Read More

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  • 9. Black Creek Pioneer Village

    North York

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

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  • 10. 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

  • 11. Canada's Wonderland

    Canada's first theme park, filled with more than 200 games, rides, restaurants, and shops, includes favorite attractions like KidZville, home of Snoopy, Charlie Brown, and...Read More

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  • 12. Casa Loma

    The Annex

    A European-style castle, Casa Loma was commissioned by Sir Henry Pellatt, a soldier and financier. Pellatt spent more than C$3.5 million to construct his dream...Read More

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  • 13. City Hall

    Queen West

    The design for Toronto's modern city hall, just across the way from the Old City Hall building, resulted from a 1956 international competition that received...Read More

  • 14. Design Exchange

    Financial District

    The Design Exchange (or DX as it's now commonly known) is a museum of Canadian culture and design, with fun exhibits that cover furniture, home...Read More

  • 15. 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

  • 16. 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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  • 17. 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

  • 18. Flatiron Building

    Old Town

    One of several wedge-shape buildings scattered around North America, Toronto's Flatiron occupies the triangular block between Wellington, Scott, and Front streets. It was erected in...Read More

  • 19. Fort York


    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

  • 20. 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

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