Resources and information on what to see and do in Toronto and how to get around the city.
Learn more about things to do in Toronto from festivals and events to attractions, districts and places of interest.
The 18th annual Doors Open Toronto returns on Saturday, May 27 and Sunday, May 28, 2017, offering free and rare access to 150 architecturally, historically, culturally and socially significant buildings across the city.
The Games will be held July 16 to July 23, 2017 and will bring together 5000 indigenous athletes from across North America to celebrate Indigenous culture and compete in a variety of traditional and non-traditional sports.
The Invictus Games Toronto 2017 will take place from September 23 to 30 in Toronto and will see more than 600 wounded, ill and injured servicemen and women form 16 allied nations compete in 12 adaptive sports.
The City of Toronto Historic Sites host everything from fun family events to informative talks and tours.
Toronto offers a unique mix of celebrations all year round. Search by more than 15 categories or the date of your visit to find out what's happening during your stay.
The Aga Khan Museum is dedicated to presenting an overview of the artistic, intellectual, and scientific contributions that Muslim civilizations have made to world heritage.
Ripley's Aquarium of Canada is Canada's largest indoor aquarium, home to more than 16,000 marine animals and located on Bremner Boulevard at the base of the CN Tower.
Visit the Toronto Desk to pick up maps and guides on both Toronto and Ontario, and find out about must-see landmarks, attractions, neighbourhoods, events and tours.
Bike Share Toronto has provided the City of Toronto with a network of bikes throughout the downtown core. Bike Share docking terminals allow users to pick up and drop off bicycles from location to location, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Toronto's public art might be a landscape installation made to delight passers-by; it might be aural or visual, functional, as well as inspirational. The City of Toronto owns more than 200 works of public art and its streets and courtyards host hundreds of pieces.
The City of Toronto aims to deliver exceptional, equitable and accessible customer service to the citizens of Toronto. Members of the Toronto Public Service work within established telephone, voice mail and e-mail standards.