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Arts & Culture
Art lovers won’t want to miss the 68,000 works at the Art Gallery of Toronto. The collection includes an extensive amount of Canadian art, which depicts Canada's heritage.
Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art
More than 400 works by over 150 Canadian artists currently compose MOCCA, the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art. Founded in 1999, the gallery promotes development of Canadian artists throughout the country.
Royal Alexandra Theatre
Catch a show at the Royal Alexandra, the oldest continuously operating legitimate theatre in North America.
Roy Thomson Hall
Experience the exceptional Toronto Symphony Orchestra and the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir at Roy Thomson Hall.
The Second City Comedy Club
Adjacent to Hyatt Regency Toronto, Second City specializes in sketch comedy and improvisation and has been delighting audiences for over 50 years.
Defining the Toronto skyline, the CN Tower is North America's tallest building and free standing structure
The highlight of any visit, the Harbourfront Centre combines more than a mile of waterfront and ten acres to form a shopping, eating, and sightseeing paradise.
Ripley's Aquarium of Canada
An exquisite addition to downtown, the state-of-the-art Ripley's Aquarium, is now open right next to the CN Tower.
Hockey Hall of Fame
Exhibits and artifacts celebrating hockey's history. The museum is also home to the treasured Stanley Cup.
Canadian National Exhibition (CNE)
Explore Canada's largest fair and the fourth-largest in North America, with an average annual attendance of 1.3 million.
Queen West Street
Toronto’s Fashion District boasts an extensive array of clothing stores, shoe stores, bead stores, and fabric and sewing supplies. It’s a goldmine for the fashion-hungry!
This Toronto hotspot is strictly upper crust. One of Toronto's most elegant shopping and dining areas, Bloor-Yorkville's designer boutiques, antique shops and galleries are absolutely first class.
Old Town Toronto
History buffs will love the nostalgic feel of the shops, antique stores, and galleries that compose Old Town Toronto. Browse unique boutiques, enjoy a lavish dinner or pick up a must-have memento of your trip.
Queen’s Quay Terminal
Enjoy spectacular views of Lake Ontario while taking in the exciting sights at Queen’s Quay Terminal, one of the city’s premier shopping destinations. Since 1926, shoppers have delighted in the stores, museums and restaurants making up the complex.
Toronto Eaton Centre
Don’t miss one of downtown Toronto’s most noted attractions, named after the now-defunct Eaton’s department store. More than one million visitors per week visit this largest shopping mall in Eastern Canada.