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Sports fan walking tour

For the sports-minded, poke around the areas in the city where Toronto major teams play and avid sports fans can be seen
Rating: 4 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 5.8 miles
Duration: Unknown
Family Friendly

Overview:  Over the years Toronto has grown considerably in the field of sports. Sporting events have become a huge industry in Toronto, for... more »

Tips:  You can switch around this tour if you want to start off by having lunch at Wayne Gretzsky's, or the Real Sports Bar and Grill or end ... more »

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Points of Interest

Start your tour at one of the most amazing sporting venues in Toronto, the Air Canada Centre. The Toronto Maple Leafs NHL team, and the Raptors Basketball Team call the Air Canada Centre home. You can tour the ACC from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.

Tickets: $20.00 adults (family rates available)
Address: 40 Bay Street

Seeing the Rogers Centre up close is quite impressive, and regardless if the sky dome is open or closed there is no doubting this is quite the most impressive venue that Toronto has to offer. There are many sporting events that take place here throughout the year. The Rogers Centre is home to the professional baseball team The Toronto Blue Jays... More

At some point in your tour, having lunch at Wayne Gretzky's restaurant will really compliment your day. There is a restaurant, bar and a rooftop patio. There is also a nice collection of Gretzky's personal memorabilia. The place has 20 HDTVs that show only sports-related programing.

It really is a neat place to go for lunch and to check out the... More

4. Real Sports Bar and Grill

Real Sports is the only bar in Toronto that has two two-story-tall HD television sets as well as 200 other TVs. There is a golf simulator and many other fun things to do here. There is a bar and a grill with the most amazing variety of beer, both bottled and on tap.

If you want to purchase any type of memorabilia from professional sports teams... More

The Hockey Hall of Fame is ocated at the corner of Yonge & Front Sts. in Brookfield Place (formerly BCE Place) on the lower concourse level.

If you want to see the Stanley Cup, other NHL trophies and many other interesting hockey related items, do not miss the Hockey Hall of Fame. There are all kinds of exhibits, photo galleries and you can ... More