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Discover Toronto

Learn more about things to do in Toronto from festivals and events to permanent attractions and places of interest.

Festivals and Events

Attractions & Places of Interest

Amusement Parks

From indoor to outdoor amusement parks, you can ride a carousel anytime of the year!


Many of Toronto’s waterfront parks have sand or cobble beaches for you to enjoy. Soak up the lakeside atmosphere, come for a picnic or some beach volleyball, or go wading or take a dip at one of 11 designated swimming beaches.

Convention & Trade Centres

Convention centres can be found in the downtown core or near the airport, see what works best for your convention or trade show. 


A World within a City. One of the most multicultural cities in the world, explore Toronto's diversity through neighbourhoods, over 74 of which have formed vibrant Business Improvement Areas. 


From contemporary to traditional art, from abstract to digital structures, there is something for everyone. 


From a one of a  kind shoe museum to one of the world's leading museums of natural history and world cultures, be sure to visit these unique museums.  


Explore Toronto landmarks from the world famous CN Tower to public squares and notable civic buildings.


Don't forget to stop by one of the largest malls in Toronto and pick up a souvenir or two.


With many live theatres across the city, you can find unique productions from any genre. 

Sports & Entertainment

From hockey games, baseball games to live concerts both indoors and outdoors, Toronto is filled sporting and entertainment venues for everyone.

Zoos & Aquariums

Say "Ni Hao (hello)" to a panda, pet a farm animal or look up at a shark from a 97-metre walkway at ones of Toronto's zoos, farms or at the aquarium - the largest in Canada.

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Explore Toronto by Bike

Whether you arrived by bicycle, are renting one in Toronto or using our bike share system Bixi, there are many resources to help you explore Toronto by bike. Visit Tourism Toronto for a list of resources, including a city-wide Toronto Cycling Maps. Know where to go but unsure of the best route getting there? Check out Ride the City for best cycling route.