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Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Toronto Attractions

As the largest city in Canada, Toronto offers some world-class attractions that will keep visitors busy on their next trip.  From iconic structures like the CN Tower to the Harbor Front complex on the water, there’s no lack of options when looking for things to do in Toronto.  Be sure to check out these Toronto Attractions on your next visit.
The CN Tower
Standing more than 1,800 feet tall, The CN Tower is one of Toronto’s most recognizable landmarks.  This observation tower was built in 1975 and until 2007, it was the tallest freestanding structure in the world.  On a clear day it’s possible to see across Lake Ontario to Niagara Falls and upstate New York.  The observation deck is open to the public and is a major stop for tourists visiting the top Toronto Attractions.  Most people take the elevator to the observation deck, though some fit visitors prefer to walk all the way up to the top.
Tip: If you feel like dining with a view, consider the 360 Restaurant which is 1,500 feet up the tower and actually revolves slowly.  It’s bound to be a meal like you’ve never experience before.  
Museums and Galleries
When it comes to Toronto Attractions, this city boasts some of the best galleries and museums in the country.  The Royal Ontario Museum (also known as the ROM) boasts an impressive collection of old and new artifacts.   Opened in 1914, in 2007 it received a huge makeover and expansion.  You can see everything from prehistoric mammal and dinosaur bones to cultural artifacts from South America and Asia.  It’s a great place to take the family.
The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is another popular Toronto Attraction and features an impressive permanent collection of international art as well as rotating exhibits.  With over 15,000 pieces of art on display, this really is a world-class collection.  Like the ROM, the AGO also received a recent upgrade and expansion which visitors shouldn’t miss.   Both the ROM and the Ago are located in the downtown core and are easily accessible by subway or taxi. 

The Hockey Hall of Fame
If you’re interested in the sport of hockey, then be sure to check out one of the most popular Toronto Attractions – the Hockey Hall of Fame.   This attraction offers much more than just a static homage to some of the greatest players in hockey history.  It also features interactive games and themed exhibits for guests to check out.  It’s a great choice for the entire family.
Casa Loma
Casa Loma also ranks as one of the most popular Toronto Attractions.  This is an actual castle that sits in the middle of the city.  Though it only dates back less than 100 years, it has an interesting story attached to it.  Sir Henry Mill Pellatt started construction on the castle (whose name means Hill House) in 1911 and by the time of the Great Depression during the late 1920’s, he had no choice but to sell it or else dace complete bankruptcy.   Today, it’s open to the public and can even be rented out for private functions.  It remains one of the most visited Toronto Attractions.
After visiting these sites, you’ll find yourself planning your next trip to the city in order to catch the rest of the amazing Toronto Attractions.


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