It's a no brainer – everyone who goes to Toronto gapes at the CN Tower, one of the seven wonders of the world. Dine at the 360, the Tower's infamous restaurant for great eats and unmatched views of the city.
The Eaton Centre
If shopping is your thing, then check out Eaton Centre, one of the largest malls in the area with more than 250 stores and boutiques.
Hockey Hall of Fame
Toronto is a huge hockey town, and the Hall of Fame truly exemplifies locals' love for the sport. With regular exhibits as well as special displays, there's no shortage of great things to see here.
St Lawrence Market
Foodies rejoice, as this is considered by many to be one of the country's best markets. There are 120 vendors showcasing their goods in this indoor venue, meaning you can happily eat your way through this Toronto site.
Royal Ontario Museum (ROM)
Explore an exceptional array of themed galleries throughout the Museum, spanning both world cultures and natural history. With six million objects in the ROM’s collections, there’s always something new to discover.
Sights, sounds, smells, and tastes await you in Toronto's Chinatown, one of the largest in all of North America. Explore the massive area solo or take one of their guided tours.
Visit the country's majestic castle and step back in time to a period of European elegance. Once the home of Canadian financier Sir Henry Pellatt, Casa Loma is complete with decorated suites, secret passages, an 800-foot tunnel, towers, stables, and beautiful five-acre estate gardens.
Steam Whistle Brewery
Guests are invited to come by one of Toronto's most popular breweries for a tour and a taste. Learn how Canada's premium pilsner is made, meet their friendly staff, and enjoy a sample of their beer.
Formerly known as SkyDome, Rogers Centre is one of the most dynamic and versatile entertainment centres in the world, hosting over 200 event days every year. Home of the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team and Toronto Argonauts football team, visitors can tour the grounds and see the press box, luxury suites, and more.
Toronto Island includes a waterfront picnic park made up of several islands with tourist features such as the Gibraltar Point Lighthouse, Franklin Children’s Garden, and Centreville, along with slews of sports and fun activities.