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  • 1 CN Tower Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    301 Front-St.-W CDN - Toronto M5V 2T6

    This concrete, rocket like structure reaches 180 storeys (over 553m/1,815ft in height) and is a very popular sightseeing attraction. In only 58 seconds visitors are "beamed up" 346m/1,136ft (nearly the height of the Empire State Building) i..

  • 2 Ontario Science Centre Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Museums and art

    770 Don-Mills Rd. CDN - Toronto M3C 1T3

    Cascading down the Don River ravine, this sizable complex takes full advantage of its natural site. Raymond Moriyama designed a series of concrete and glass buildings on different levels connected by enclosed escalators. Opened in 1969, this popular ..

  • 3 Royal Ontario Museum Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Museums and art

    100 Queens Park CDN - Toronto M5S 2C6

    This enormous museum, commonly referred to as the ROM, is housed in an H-shaped, five-floor building at Avenue Road and Bloor Street. Maintaining more than 20 departments in art, archaeology and the natural sciences, the museum, particularly known fo..

  • 4 Financial District (Toronto) Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    100 r. King-Ouest - bureau 5700 CDN - Toronto M5X 1C7

    A stunning ebony-coloured ensemble covering an entire city block, the Toronto-Dominion Centre was the first component of the current financial district. A fine example of the International style, the spartan black-glass towers, known locally as the T..

  • 5 Roy Thomson Hall Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    60 Simcoe St. CDN - Toronto M5J 2H5

    Resembling a large inverted bowl, this glass-sheathed concert hall, named for Canadian newspaper magnate Roy Thomson and designed by Arthur Erickson, dominates the corner of King and Simcoe streets. Transparent at night when illuminated, the diamond-..

  • 6 Art Gallery of Ontario Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    317 Dundas St. W CDN - Toronto M5T 1G4

    Occupying nearly an entire city block, this brick and concrete structure with its distinctive metal tower is home to a unique collection of works by renowned British sculptor Henry Moore (1898-1986), in addition to a permanent collection of amazing d..

  • 7 Banks of Lake Ontario Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    CDN - Toronto

    Built largely on the river banks from the mid-19C to mid-20C for the city's growing port installations, the area south of Front Street contains Toronto's foremost landmarks (the CN Tower and Rogers Centre) and its immense lakefront revitalization pro..

  • 8 Rogers Centre Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    One Blue Jays Way CDN - Toronto M5V 1J1

    Dominating railway land next to CN Tower-one of the few central locations big enough to hold it-this huge, domed sports/entertainment complex is home to American League Baseball's Toronto Blue Jays. The multipurpose stadium hosts rock concerts, conve..

  • 9 Henry Moore Sculpture Centre at the Art Gallery of Ontario Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    317 Dundas-St.-W CDN - Toronto M5T 1G4

    The Henry Moore Sculpture Centre owns more than 1,000 works by the famous artist (1898-1986), including 689 prints, 139 original plasters and bronzes and 74 drawings, making it the largest collection in the world. The spacious room on the upper level..

  • 10 Permanent Collection at the Art Gallery of Ontario Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    317 Dundas-St.-W CDN - Toronto M5T 1G4

    Selections change regularly and not all of the works will be on display at one time. Housed in galleries around Walker Court, the European Collection covers the Old Masters, Impressionism and early-20C movements. The Canadian Collection features 18C ..

  • 11 Harbourfront Centre Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    235 Queens Quay West CDN - Toronto M5J 2G8

    Initiated in 1976, this colourful 4ha/10-acre development has transformed Toronto's previously neglected lakeshore into an attractive mix of marinas, outdoor cafes, antiques and crafts markets, sleek condominiums and pleasant miniparks. A focal point..

  • 12 Toronto Islands Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Dép. Toronto from Queen's Quay CDN - Toronto

    A popular retreat from the bustle of nearby downtown, these islands function as Toronto's principal public parkland. Formed from the erosion of Scarborough Bluffs, this narrow landmass was a peninsula until 1853, when a violent storm severed it from ..

  • 13 Ontario Place Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    955 Lake Shore Blvd. W. CDN - Toronto M6K 3B9

    Magnificently landscaped by architect Eberhard Zeidler (born 1926) into an extraordinary set of lagoons, marinas and man-made islands on the lakefront, this huge family leisure park is in the throes of full-scale modernisation. The Molson Canadian Am..

  • 14 Centre-ville de Toronto Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    CDN - Toronto M5J 1A7

    Home to the Toronto Stock Exchange and a bustling business hub, Toronto's downtown area around Bay and King Streets exudes a sense of momentum and wealth, exemplified by its soaring skyscrapers, linked to one another by an underground city. The Path ..

  • 15 Casa Loma Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    1 Austin Terrace CDN - Toronto M5R 1X8

    This enormous sandstone castle, completed in 1914, was the lavish 98-room residence of prominent industrialist Sir Henry Pellatt. Maintained since 1937 by the Kiwanis Club, the Medieval mansion is a popular tourist attraction. Casa Loma's creator ama..

  • 16 Black Creek Pioneer Village Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    1000 Murray-Ross Parkway CDN - Toronto M3J 2P3

    This 12ha/30-acre recreated farming community evokes the traditions and architecture of Ontario's rural past. Opened in 1960, the village comprises 40 buildings, including 5 from the original farm established between 1816 and 1832 by Pennsylvania-Ger..

  • 17 Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    111 Queen's-Park CDN - Toronto M5S 2C7

    Located in a modern granite building, Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, the project of collectors George and Helen Gardiner, features pottery and porcelain from a variety of countries and cultures. Pre-Columbian works from Mexico, Italian majolica, Eng..

  • 18 Bata Shoe Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    327 Bloor-St.-W CDN - Toronto M5S 1W7

    Housed in a five-storey building designed by renowned architect Raymond Moriyama to resemble a shoebox, this unique museum draws on its 10,000-piece collection to illustrate a 4,500-year history of shoemaking and mankind's footwear. Shoes in the perm..

  • 19 Hockey Hall of Fame Interesting

    Museums and art

    Brookfield Pl. - 30 r. Yonge CDN - Toronto M5E 1X8

    It is Canada's favorite sport and the favorite museum of Canadians who love it. The original Stanley Cup is on display here, along with what may be the world's largest collection of hockey memorabilia. But there are interactive displays, too, includi..

  • 20 City Hall Area (Toronto) Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    CDN - Toronto

    With its crescent-shaped towers and mushroom like council chamber, City Hall, completed in 1965, was the symbol of Toronto until supplanted by the iconic CN Tower and Rogers Centre. The spacious Nathan Phillips Square (named after a former mayor) wit..

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