Things to Do in Toronto

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Things to Do in Toronto

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  • JeffCanada
    Canada136 contributions
    World class aquarium. The tunnel alone make it worth a visit. Definite must-see in Toronto. Great for people of all ages.
    Written May 19, 2022
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  • Carol R
    Toronto, Canada55 contributions
    On a solo visit to Toronto to visit family. While they were working I explored. The ferry ride to the island was very smooth and felt safe. All were required to wear masks during the journey. The island has many paths to walk. A map at the port helps you to know where to go. The beach has seating that can be used by anyone. Although it was cold and windy I sat and looked at the stunning view of Toronto over the water. I was there out of season but I am reliably informed that the cafés etc are worth a visit when the are open. Well worth a visit.
    Written May 13, 2022
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  • Wanderer35847
    6 contributions
    We arrived at 10:00, opening time, and avoided long lines. We did the usual first level and then continued up to the SkyPod-highest public observation gallery in the world. From these vantage points, you get a clear picture of the skyscrapers of downtown (growing by the minute) contrasting with the suburbs. For those with height issues, avoid looking down while in elevators. At times you can see straight down through glass sections. Other travelers are happy to exchange photo taking to make good use of the views.
    Written May 15, 2022
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  • colleenpalumbo
    Golden, Canada48 contributions
    We had no idea what to expect when we went to St Laurence Market, I mean after all what do you think when you visit a market that has been declared the best market in the world by National Geographic? The experience was fantastic if you are foodies like we are. Here you can purchase any kind of meat you could dream up and even some thinks that I wouldn't think of eating, like emu. The market is really big, right at a buzzing street corner in the heart of downtown Toronto but we are so glad we went. We are staying in an airbnb and we just picked up some meat and veggies from the market and brought them back to prepare for ourselves. The perfect way to end a really busy day as tourists in the city.
    Written May 18, 2022
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  • Littleone88
    Brighton,England208 contributions
    Interesting and varied exhibits with lots of useful info. The building itself is beautiful too. Could easily spend all day there.
    Written May 18, 2022
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  • Marianne
    Hamilton, Canada4 contributions
    They have tons of history all in one place. You can have your photo taken with the Stanley cup. Worth the trip. There is one section dedicated to World Hockey over time displaying a vast of information. Value of the trip: A trip worth taking.
    Written May 5, 2022
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  • michr
    New Brunswick141 contributions
    We spent a few hours here on a rainy afternoon. There was so much beautiful artwork to view. We preferred the areas that had traditional displays (with a writeup beside the art) as opposed to the ones where we had to log on and get information. There was a huge variety of artwork here and we enjoyed the changing exhibitions from when we had last been here (two years ago). Admission is free for 24 and under. Adult admission was $25 . For an extra $10 you can buy a full year membership.
    Written May 6, 2022
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  • CamilleHoude
    36 contributions
    Very cute spott to walk around and cute boutiques to visit, but it's not that big, so don't plan too much time for it. Also, the district is more dynamic in summer!
    Written May 2, 2022
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  • Victor-Lazar
    Cheval-Blanc, France2 contributions
    Casa Loma is definitely a place to visit if you’re discovering Toronto. This beautiful castle will allow you to see Toronto from a unique point of view. The visit of the castle itself is totally worth it (and long, so plan at least a 3h visit, and try to arrive in the morning to avoid crowds). You’ll be able to explore the different floors, suites, exhibitions (Lady Diana currently, a must). To finish, a walk outside the castle will allow you to discover the gardens and see the castle from the exterior.

    I strongly recommend it !
    Written May 14, 2022
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  • John T
    Warren, RI583 contributions
    Great time in High Park, lots of areas to walk dogs off leash, very clean park! Many rivers , trails & a large lake! Ideal for birders, nature lovers, we saw 2 beavers, lots of wood ducks, mallards, chickadees and more! The park is free !
    Written May 10, 2022
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  • JayGee91
    Stoke-on-Trent, UK22 contributions
    Unfortunately tour not currently running but customer service and food brilliant in the pub. Who knew sprouts could taste so good!
    Written April 3, 2022
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  • Perry H
    4 contributions
    A fantastic evening and a massive thanks to the staff member on gate 7 who couldn’t have been more helpful. Sorry I can’t remember his name but he was brilliant
    Written May 19, 2022
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  • Haynesjen
    Newton, MA57 contributions
    Lots of stores, tall ceilings, interesting food court. If you’re from somewhere that has large malls, this one isn’t terribly difference. If you’re not, worth a visit if you enjoy a well-equipped mall.
    Written April 28, 2022
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  • Pam R
    Whitby, Canada131 contributions
    Somewhere I have always meant to visit, an elegant display of beautiful shoes, boots even some first straw/twig footwear…..I little bit cramped when busy but on many levels so you can move on.
    I liked the gift store again, a little cramped if busy but be patient.
    Written March 29, 2022
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  • DrearyWashington
    Washington, UK17 contributions
    So peaceful and tranquil, walked for miles and saw some beautiful flowers. Well worth a visit if you are interested 8n gardens
    Written May 19, 2022
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