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Places To Visit in Toronto - Canada

Art Gallery of Ontario - Toronto

Art Gallery of Ontario

The Art Gallery of Ontario houses the works of world famous artists like Pissarro, Monet, Boudin, Sisley, Renoir, Waterhouse and Picasso. Local artists like Tom Thomson, F. H. Varley, and Lawren Harris. As well as modern artists like De Kooning. The Henry Moore Sculpture Centre is another reason to...

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Bata Shoe Museum - Toronto

Bata Shoe Museum

Anyone with a shoe fetish will love this museum, which showcases the Bata family's 10,000-item collection. From the outside, the museum looks like a quirky shoebox. The main gallery outlines the history of footwear- ‘All about shoes’. The galleries house everything from 17th century French...

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Casa Loma - Toronto

Casa Loma

A majestic castle dating back to 1911 complete with extravagant suites, secret passages, an 800-foot tunnel, stables and stunning 5-acre gardens.

Timings: Daily 9:30 AM-5 PM
Admission: C$ 12 [Adults] C$ 6.75 [Children]
Address: 1 Austin Terrace
Tel: 416/923-1171Read More

CN Tower - Toronto

CN Tower

This is the tallest freestanding structure in the world. Walking on the glass floors 113 stories above the ground is exhilarating-like walking on air! The sky pod raises you another 33 stories up.
Timings: Daily 9AM-11 PM
Admission: C$ 21 [Adults] C$ 14 [Children]
Address: 301...

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Distillery District - Toronto

Distillery District

The distillery district was founded in 1832 and is therefore rich in history. This 45 building complex belonged to Canada’s largest distilling company in Victorian times and includes a wind mill, grain mill and the red-brick mill buildings.
The Historic Distillery District holds events all...

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Fort York - Toronto

Fort York

This is a National Historic site; its military history dating to 1793. The Historic Fort York offers guided tours through soldiers and officers quarters and showcases muskets and other equipment. There are also drill and music demonstrations. The Kids Drill is very popular with children.
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Kensington Market - Toronto

Kensington Market

This vivacious district should not be missed. The market sells squid and crabs in pails; chickens, pigeons, bread, cheese, and mangoes from the West Indies; salted fish from Portugal, lace, fabrics, and everything you can think of.
Kensinton Avenue is a gem of a place too with a wealth of...

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Mt. Pleasant Cemetery - Toronto

Mt. Pleasant Cemetery

A beautiful and tranquil place shaded by stunning trees, this cemetery is the resting place of many interesting people; Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King, Canada's greatest war hero, Lt. Col. William Barker; to name a few
Timings: Daily 8AM-Dusk
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