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Sights and Sights

From exciting adventure parks and incredible zoos to breathtaking gardens and attractions: Toronto has a lot to offer at any time of the year.

CN Tower

The CN Tower is Toronto’s most prominent tourist attraction. It is the highest freestanding structure in the western hemisphere and now has an “Edgewalk”, a ledge on which you can walk around the tower without holding on.

This technical masterpiece, over 550 metres high and considered one of the new Seven Wonders of the World, which also offers first-class dining and entertainment, is a lasting symbol of Canada and Toronto in particular.

Ripley’s Aquarium

Located at the bottom of the CN Tower in the heart of the entertainment district, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada welcomes nearly 16,000 beautiful and exotic residents to Toronto.

The country’s largest indoor aquarium is home to stunning jellyfish, giant lobsters, sharks, stingrays and any colourful fish you can imagine. Admire salt and freshwater creatures from around the world, watch them swim over you in a plastic tunnel, and watch them up close in the Touch Tank Gallery.

Royal Ontario Museum (ROM)

The Royal Ontario Museum is Canada’s largest museum of world culture and natural history.

Extensive galleries for archaeology, art and natural sciences with six million objects await the visitor in the country’s leading museum. Many interactive exhibitions – from dinosaurs and Egyptian antiques to gems and minerals – bring history to life in this world-class museum in the heart of Toronto.

And if you’re ever in this part of the city, you can also visit the Gardiner Museum of Ceramics and the Bata Shoe Museum, both just minutes from the ROM.

Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO)

The Art Gallery of Ontario is one of the most important art museums in North America.

From an extensive collection by the Group of Seven and major Canadian works to a gallery of African art, contemporary art and masterpieces of European art, the AGO offers a unique experience every time you visit. The innovative architectural extension by the world-famous architect Frank Gehry that has taken place in recent years is one of the most celebrated architectural achievements in the world.

Hockey Hall of Fame

The Hockey Hall of Fame has something for everyone: the most comprehensive collection of hockey memorabilia and accessories from around the world, interactive games, multimedia stations and exhibits from the best hockey players.

Make sure you visit the Stanley Cup, one of the most coveted trophies in professional sport. Make a selfie of yourself and Stanley!

Casa Loma

Built by Canadian financier Henry Pellatt in 1914 as a private home, the stately city palace has elegant rooms, secret passageways, spiral staircases, stables and lush gardens. Casa Loma attracts guests from all over the world to visit its facilities and buildings or to attend special events such as escape games and concerts in the garden.

Toronto Zoo

The Toronto Zoo is home to animals from all over the world. It is divided into seven zoo-geographical regions: Indo-Malaysia, Africa, America, Australasia, Eurasia, Canada and Tundra Trek.

The animals are presented in tropical pavilions and outside in lifelike environments and can be viewed from different levels. Toronto Zoo is involved in many conservation activities, including captive breeding and reintroduction, and habitat and species research.

Ontario Science Centre

In the Ontario Science Centre, many interactive exhibits are on display: from a hair-raising electric sphere to a replica of a rainforest. Visitors of all ages come from all over the world to admire these wonders of science and technology.

Exhibitions on topics such as sport, communication or the natural world, the city’s only public planetarium, its own OMNIMAX cinema and a children’s playground guarantee fun and learning for the whole family!

Canada’s Wonderland

The amusement park Canada’s Wonderland outside Toronto with 70 rides and the approximately 1 km2 Splash Works water park provide thrills.

Legendary rides such as Behemoth, Vortex, Leviathan (Canada’s longest wooden coaster) and Flight Deck (the country’s first inverted coaster) promise high-flying adventures in Canada’s greatest theme park. Just hold on tight!

Toronto Islands

Visitors who prefer to be close to the ground can take the scenic ferry to the Toronto Islands where, after a short drive, they get a great view of the city skyline (a great photo subject!).

There are also several islands to explore with beaches, picnic areas, sports facilities, canoe and kayak hire and much more. After exploring the islands on foot or by bike, you can spend an exciting day with your children in the Centreville Theme Park, where rides, attractions and delicious food and drink await you.


With the CityPASS you can save about 40% on 5 of Toronto’s most popular attractions and avoid queues. The Toronto CityPASS includes admission to: CN Tower, Royal Ontario Museum, Casa Loma, Ripley’s Aquarium and Toronto Zoo OR Ontario Science Centre.

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