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The Toronto Zoo is a living centre for education and science, committed to providing compelling guest experiences and inspiring passion to protect wildlife and habitats. Did you know that your admission into Canada's premier Zoo helps support the...more
It was an okay visit however everything was incredibly way too far apart. We have to walk for ages in order to see like 5 animals. Then when we saw them they didn’t seem happy... I felt bad and sad for them. There were also...More
Toronto zoo is like any other big city zoos. Several pavilions and animals. The place is really enjoyable in summer as there are several animals outdoors. The ticket price is reasonable although the fast food inside the zoo is relatively expensive.
The first thing that struck us was that we walked for 15 minutes before we saw an animal other than a wild chipmunk. This zoo has so much space but some of the animals are cooped up in quite small enclosures, and some seem to...More
The Toronto Zoo is surrounded by the Rouge National Park. So many of its trails that lead from one pavilion to another run through dense forest. This is why the best time to visit the zoo is in the Fall. The colours are magnificent. The...More
The Toronto zoo is absolutely a must go to place if in Toronto. The Toronto zoo holds some of the most exotic animals and endangered animals in the world. The zoo is huge, so be prepared to do a lot of walking between each exhibit.
Overpriced food and drinks. The larger animals such as the polar bear, tiger,black bear, and mountain lion were all pacing the enclosures so that was sad to see. The black bear especially was rolling his head from side to side and other park guests thought...More
Situated astride Lake Ontario, Scarborough is a district heavily influenced by immigration. With a number of low-rent shopping and dining options making it a highly affordable part of town, and boasting one of Toronto's largest shopping malls, the otherwise green suburban neighborhood is a good place to go for bargains and discounts. It also draws in photographers. The spires, archways, and cavernous
rooms of the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Palace are filled with breathtaking art, architecture, and detailed reliefs – it’s like entering a different world, The ruins of columns and installation art at the Guild Inn makes a free-for-all exploration site, while the big-name draw for young photographers is the menagerie at the Toronto Zoo. While many visitors shirk Scarborough as too suburban, its houses are some of Toronto's most mystical and haunting architectural beauties. And for adventure lovers, it has river-rafting and some unique hiking trails.