When it comes to experiencing Toronto, the charming neighbourhood of Yorkville makes for an ideal home base. At your fingertips: the meticulously landscaped Queen’s Park, the world-class natural history galleries at the Royal Ontario Museum, and the chic boutiques and upscale restaurants lining the area’s historic main corridor. Take the subway, a famous Toronto streetcar, or simply meander through the tree-lined streets to explore the city’s many unique neighbourhoods.
One of the largest art museums in North America, AGO (as it’s commonly referred to) houses one of the largest collections of Canadian art in the world, as well as contemporary, European, and modern art.
Discover the history of Canada’s favorite sport at the official hall of fame and home to the Stanley Cup when it’s not on tour. Catch a glimpse of artifacts, memorabilia, and uniforms from the sport’s most memorable moments.
Donned with a unique heritage-meets-modern façade, the city’s premier natural history museum offers an eclectic mix of exhibits and galleries, including precious gems, Chinese architecture, Roman busts, and ancient dinosaur fossils.