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Toronto is at the heart of a region home to 8 million people and known as the Golden Horseshoe (named after the shape of Lake Ontario's shoreline). There's a huge variety of activities to be found just a short distance from downtown Toronto.
The most popular day trip from Toronto is to Niagara Falls, one of the natural wonders of the world, and only a 90 minute drive. The cities of Niagara Falls, Ontario, and Niagara Falls, New York (across the U.S. border) are also home to many tourist attractions, hotels, restaurants, and several casinos.
From Toronto, it's easy to get to Niagara Falls by train, bus or, car -- see Inside Niagara Falls: Arriving and Departing.
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Halton County Radial Railway - Canada ’s Operating Streetcar Museum
Kleinburg Village, the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, and Vaughan Mills outlet mall are all northwest of the city, a short drive from each other. During the summer, Canada's Wonderland is Canada's most popular amusement park.
Experience a leisurely train trip through the Oak Ridges Moraine aboard the York-Durham Heritage Railway.
Parkwood Historic Estate is one of Canada’s finest and last remaining grand estates, featuring architectural, landscape and interior designs of the 1920’s and 1930’s. Once home to auto baron R. Samuel McLaughlin (founder of General Motors of Canada), Parkwood is praised by Canada’s Historic Site and Monuments Board as “a rare surviving example of the type of estate developed in Canada during the inter-war years, and is rarer still by its essentially intact condition, furnished and run to illustrate as it was lived within.”