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Ranked #31 of 250 attractions in Toronto
Category: Bodies of Water; Outdoors
One of the mighty Great Lakes that offers outstanding tourism and recreation opportunities for every season.
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Ranked #32 of 250 attractions in Toronto
Category: ; Specialty Museums; Museums
Owner description: The Bata Shoe Museum: For Every Shoe There's a Story The Bata Shoe Museum is home to the world's largest, most... more » Owner description: The Bata Shoe Museum: For Every Shoe There's a Story The Bata Shoe Museum is home to the world's largest, most comprehensive collection of shoes and footwear-related objects. The mission of the BSM is to contribute to the knowledge and understanding of the role of footwear in the social and cultural life of humanity. Through acquiring, conserving, researching, communicating and exhibiting material evidence related to the history of footwear and shoemaking, the Museum illustrates the living habits, the culture and the customs of people from every corner of the world. « less
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Ranked #33 of 250 attractions in Toronto
Category: Arenas/ Stadiums/ Fields; Sports Complexes; Theaters & Stadiums

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 »

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Ranked #34 of 250 attractions in Toronto
This curved glass structure, a downtown architectural landmark, is a well-known concert hall.
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Ranked #35 of 250 attractions in Toronto
Category: Architectural Buildings; Landmarks
Owner description: Between October and April, the Maple Leafs play hockey in this arena, but be forewarned that obtaining game tickets is both... more » Owner description: Between October and April, the Maple Leafs play hockey in this arena, but be forewarned that obtaining game tickets is both difficult and expensive. « less
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Ranked #36 of 250 attractions in Toronto
Category: Neighborhoods; Cultural
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Ranked #37 of 250 attractions in Toronto

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 »

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Ranked #38 of 250 attractions in Toronto
Category: Neighborhoods; Outdoors
Owner description: Formerly populated by Bohemians and hippies, this gentrified neighborhood now contains a variety of posh stores and... more » Owner description: Formerly populated by Bohemians and hippies, this gentrified neighborhood now contains a variety of posh stores and boutiques. « less
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Ranked #39 of 250 attractions in Toronto
Category: Historic Sites; Cultural
With its 35 restored buildings from the 1860s, this village recreates Victorian-era pioneer life for visitors.
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Ranked #40 of 250 attractions in Toronto
Category: Cemeteries; Cultural
Beautiful and peaceful cemetery containing the graves of several notable Canadians.
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Ranked #41 of 250 attractions in Toronto

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 »

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Ranked #42 of 250 attractions in Toronto
Category: Scenic/ Historic Walking Areas; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks

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 »

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Ranked #43 of 250 attractions in Toronto
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
Danforth Street is more commonly known as "The Danforth" where it becomes the city's Greek neighborhood.
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Ranked #44 of 250 attractions in Toronto
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Ranked #45 of 250 attractions in Toronto
Category: Science Museums; Museums

The Ontario Science Centre in Toronto is a great place to go, it is full of great exhibits. Some of the things you will see at the science center have to do with music, social... more »

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Ranked #46 of 250 attractions in Toronto
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
This bustling street is lined with discount stores and draws a colorful crowd.
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Ranked #47 of 250 attractions in Toronto
Category: Religious Sites; Cultural
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Ranked #48 of 250 attractions in Toronto
Category: Architectural Buildings; Government Buildings; Cultural
Completed in 1892, these Romanesque buildings house Ontario's legislative assembly.
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Ranked #49 of 250 attractions in Toronto
Category: Historic Sites; History Museums; Cultural
Owner description: Mackenzie House is the restored home of William Lyon Mackenzie, Toronto's first Mayor, a radical journalist and publisher,... more » Owner description: Mackenzie House is the restored home of William Lyon Mackenzie, Toronto's first Mayor, a radical journalist and publisher, and leader of the Rebellion of 1837 in Upper Canada. This house was given to Mackenzie by friends and supporters, when he retired from public life, and in recognition of his many years of serving the community. Mackenzie House is one of 10 historic museums operated by the City of Toronto. Toronto's Historic Sites engage visitors, inspire passion, challenge ideas and connect the past to the present. « less
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Ranked #50 of 250 attractions in Toronto
Category: Theaters; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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Ranked #51 of 250 attractions in Toronto
Category: Convention Centers; Cultural
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Ranked #52 of 250 attractions in Toronto
Category: Neighborhoods; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
Popular shopping areas with affordable shops and restaurants.
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Ranked #53 of 250 attractions in Toronto
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Category: Amusement/ Theme Parks; Amusement Parks
This fun place delights both children and adults with more than 600 acres of parkland surrounded by rides and attractions.
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Ranked #54 of 250 attractions in Toronto
Category: Parks; Outdoors
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Ranked #55 of 250 attractions in Toronto
Category: Beaches; Outdoors
Owner description: Known as "The Beach" or "The Beaches," this eastern side of Toronto is a popular tourist spot as it offers a completely... more » Owner description: Known as "The Beach" or "The Beaches," this eastern side of Toronto is a popular tourist spot as it offers a completely different flavor than downtown brings. There are plenty of historic buildings and independent specialty shops, but the main selling point is several kilometers of boardwalk surrounded by a sandy beach. « less
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Ranked #56 of 250 attractions in Toronto
Category: Gardens; Parks; Outdoors
Owner description: Landscape designer Julie Messervy and a group of landscape architects from Toronto's Parks and Recreation Department designed... more » Owner description: Landscape designer Julie Messervy and a group of landscape architects from Toronto's Parks and Recreation Department designed the waterfront's Music Garden in such a way that it actually interprets in nature Bach's First Suite for Unaccompanied Cello. Starting off with the curves and bends of the riverscape, guests make their way through six sections of the garden ending at the Giant Grass Steps, which form a curved amphitheater where performances take place in the summer.  « less
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Ranked #57 of 250 attractions in Toronto
Category: Architectural Buildings; Government Buildings; Parks; Outdoors
Ontario's provincial parliament buildings, fine examples of high Victorian architecture.
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Ranked #58 of 250 attractions in Toronto
Category: Neighborhoods; Cultural
Owner description: Take a trip to Italy without the airfare; this Toronto neighborhood has maintained all the charm of a small Italian... more » Owner description: Take a trip to Italy without the airfare; this Toronto neighborhood has maintained all the charm of a small Italian community. « less
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Ranked #59 of 250 attractions in Toronto
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Ranked #60 of 250 attractions in Toronto
Category: Neighborhoods; Cultural

Cabbagetown is one of Toronto's older neigbourhoods and there's a lot of neat stuff there.  For example, the Riverdale Farm is a working farm right in the middle of the city... more »

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