Opened in the 1890's, Massey Hall is a grand old concert hall that has hosted countless concerts from virtually all musical genres. With over 2,700 seats on 3 levels, it... more »
The Air Canada Centre is a multi-purpose 18,500 seat entertainment facility. This entertainment complex showcases the finest in professional sports, full house concerts, family... more »
Queen Street is as varied and eclectic as the neighbourhoods it passes though. From the east, with its parks and community feel, through the more urban areas, past the Eaton... more »
Rogers Centre - Toronto's SkyDome, aka "the concrete convertible" - was the first large size stadium to have a retractable roof. This idea was perfect for the Toronto climate... more »
Toronto ’s Harbourfront has grown in leaps and bounds within the last decade. There are a great number of condominiums which are aligned on Queens Quay (the street which hugs Lake... more »
Black Creek Pioneer Village: In the buildings, gardens and farmyards you’ll find historical interpreters in authentic period dress who will demonstrate and explain how people lived, worked and played in 19th century Ontario.