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One of the famous Canadian Novelists, Michael Helms describes Toronto as a city that is hard to capture in few strokes. That’s so true! But we gave our best to narrow down all the famous places to visit in Toronto so that you don’t miss the fun at “The New York City of Canada.”
Bookmark These 5 Best Places To Visit In Toronto For Next Trip
1. Winter Garden Theatre
Watch nature’s best performance at this auditorium decorated with blooming flowers. Right from the ceilings to walls, everything is painted in a garden theme. Sky and moon themselves decorate the stage with their charm.
The theatre is one of its kind and has survived the damage in the past. It was restored with help of army volunteers, conservatives, and a more than $20 million budget.
The only double-decker stage in the world is now open for the public and offers a 90-minute of the guided tour.
Location- 189 Yonge St. Toronto
Opening time- 11 am to 5 pm
Ticket – $12 for adults and $10 for seniors and students
2. Royal Ontario Museum
Altogether there are 10 historical museums in the city among which one of the best tourist attractions in Toronto is Royal Ontario Museum. But as soon as you reach there, you won’t get a feel of the museum due to the building’s modern construction.
Don’t judge a book by its cover, the collection inside ROM is outstanding. It has a bit of everything from across the globe, right from the culture of China, Africa, Europe, Korea to the age of mammals, discovery zones, birds, mummies of Egypt, and whatnot.
One day isn’t enough to explore all!!!
Location- 100 Queens Park, Toronto
Opening hours- 10 am to 05:30 pm
Ticket fees- Prices vary as per age and the section you visit. In general, the admission tickets are available at
- $23 for adults
- $14 for kids under 14
- $18 for seniors
- $19 for students under 19
[Note: Debit and credit cards are accepted for payment]
3. CN Tower
Toronto is known for skyscrapers and while strolling around the streets you’ll come across buildings higher than one other. But tallest of all is this observation tower - Canadian National Tower.
The 553 m high tower was the tallest in the world until Burj Khalifa stole the title.
Nevertheless, CN tower gets a place in top tourist attractions in Toronto as one can view the entire city from three different sections of the tower. Locals refer to it as the “Eiffel Tower Of Canada.”
Location-290 Bremner Boulevard, Toronto
Opening hours- 9 am to 10:30 pm
Ticket fees- $28.24 including free Wi-Fi
4. Toronto Zoo
Amid tall buildings, busy streets, and lively markets, Toronto has wide space for animals and birds as well. Canada’s largest zoo named after the city is home to 5000 animals including cute pandas from China.
The zoo is divided into different sections and some of them are world-famous like the Great Barrier Reef. After your trip to the zoo, you will definitely recommend this top Toronto tourist attraction to your friends.
Where- 2000 Meadowvale Rd, Toronto
When- Between 9:30 am to 4:30 pm
- $29 for visitors above 13
- $24 for seniors
- $19 for kids under 12
- Free for infants
5. Hockey Hall Of Fame
For anyone interested in hockey, this top tourist attraction in Toronto is an ideal place where they can dive into the World of Hockey. There’s so much to learn at this sports museum about the game, famous personalities, memorabilia, hockey leagues, and more.
Location- 30 Yonge St, Toronto
Opening hours- 10:30 am to 5 pm
Ticket prices- $20 for general admission, $14 for adults, and $16 for seniors
These 5 places in Toronto are a must-visit but if you have more time to explore the city and want to do some unusual things, here’s the complete list.
10 Unique Things To Do In Toronto
1. Drive through the rainbow tunnel at Don Valley parkway
2. Creative neighborhood signboards are popping all across the city, so keep an eye on the street signs for unique pictures
3. Plan a stinky lunch at Poop Café situated near the Bathurst. The café opens from 12 am to 11 pm every day
4. One of the craziest things to do in Toronto is attending the cuddle party and meet some interesting people, hug the unknowns, and increase your friend circle
5. Play soccer at the Soccer Glow Kingdom where right from the pitch to balls everything glows in the dark.
6. Re-wire your brain at the Museum of Illusions
7. Take insta worthy pics at Graffiti Alley between Queens street and Richmond street
8. Love shoes? Visit the Bata Shoe Museum
9. Spend your holidays at the Distillery district and taste the chocolates, beer, and unique flavors of home-made ice creams
10. Discover the Canadian cuisine at St. Lawrence Market
Best Hotels To Stay In Toronto, Canada
After a long journey exploring all the tourist attractions in Toronto, you need a comfortable place to relax down. We got it covered as well, check our top picks of hotels:
- Super 8 By Wyndham
- Radisson Blu Admiral
- Don Mills home
- Crown Plaza
- NB Urban luxury suites
Aforementioned Toronto cannot be described in few strokes; thus our list of unusual things to do in Toronto is incomplete. But make sure you plan the journey around these attractions and capture beautiful memories.