From the Toronto Zoo to the CN Tower, there is something to see for everyone! No matter how big or small the attraction, there is always something interesting to see.
|BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir||
This unique-to-Canada architectural monument is made with 24,000 pieces of marble and stone. Discover the more than 10,000-year-old heritage of India.
|61 Claireville Dr|
|Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto||
A resource centre, a reception hall, an art gallery, a number of studios for arts and crafts, conference rooms, and other supportive facilities. In addition to the cultural focus, the Centre houses an Asian Business & Culture Development Centre which aims to assist and promote Asian Pacific trade.
|5183 Sheppard Ave E|
Defining the Toronto skyline, at a height of 553.33m (1,815 ft., 5 inches), the CN Tower is Canada's National Tower, an engineering Wonder of the World and Toronto's must see attraction visited by almost 2 million people each year.
|301 Front St. W|
|Evergreen Brick Works||
A former brick-making factory, the Evergreen Brick Works is now an environmental community centre located in the Lower Don Ravines. There are activities for the whole family including guided hikes, a year-round farmers market, and skating trail in the winter.
|550 Bayview Ave.|
|Queen's Park: Legislative Assembly of Ontario||
Is the home of Ontario’s Provincial Parliament and is located in the middle of Queen's Park. The Ontario Legislative Building was designed by Richard A. Waite in a Romanesque style and was completed in 1893.
|111 Wellesley St. W|
|Old City Hall||
Old City Hall is Toronto's third City Hall and a showplace of history and exquisite craftsmanship. Old City Hall is currently a working courthouse therefore scheduled tours are not available.
|60 Queen St. W|
Osgoode Hall is a landmark building in downtown Toronto constructed between 1829 and 1832 in the late Georgian Palladian and Neoclassical styles. It houses the Ontario Court of Appeal, the Divisional Court of the Superior Court of Justice, and the Law Society of Upper Canada.
|130 Queen St. W|
|St. Lawrence Market & Market Gallery||
Over 120 specialty merchants and vendors await you at Toronto's premier market in the centre of historic Old Town Toronto. The Market Gallery features exhibitions dedicated to Toronto's art, culture and history.
|92-95 Front St E|
|Steam Whistle Brewery||
Enjoy Toronto's own Steam Whistle Pilsner, brewed at the historic railway roundhouse. Daily public tours available.
|255 Bremner Blvd|
|Toronto City Hall & Nathan Phillips Square||
Toronto City Hall is one of Toronto's best known landmarks. Its stunning, modernist structure makes it an ideal symbol of a dynamic and growing city. Nathan Phillips Square, home of the iconic Toronto Sign, is directly in front of City Hall, and is the site of concerts, art displays, a weekly farmers' market, the winter festival of lights, and other public events.
|100 Queen St. W|
|Toronto Public Labyrinth at Trinity Square||
Trinity Square Park offers a unique age-old experience of meditating and relaxing while walking a labyrinth and focusing on personal self-awareness and spiritual growth.
|19 Trinity Square|
A unique focal point of the downtown Toronto community. The Square is designated for use as a public open space and as an event venue where you'll discover a wide range of activities such as community celebrations, theatrical events, concerts, receptions and promotions.
|1 Dundas St. E|