Area Attractions

When it comes to experiencing Toronto, the charming neighbourhood of Yorkville makes for an ideal home base. 

At your fingertips: Queen’s Park, the world-class natural history galleries at the Royal Ontario Museum, and the chic boutiques lining the area’s historic main corridor.

Take the subway, a famous Toronto streetcar, or meander through the tree-lined streets to explore the city’s many unique neighbourhoods.

Park Hyatt Toronto

4 Avenue Road
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5R 2E8



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Area Dining

Wine Barrels in Distillery District, Toronto

Arts + Culture

Royal Ontario Museum
Royal Ontario Museum

Hockey Hall of Fame

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.

Royal Ontario Museum

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.

Day Trips

CN Tower
CN Tower

Toronto Harbour Islands

Explore Toronto’s scenic islands and beaches along Lake Ontario, situated just off the coast of Toronto’s downtown Harbourfront area.

Cultural Destinations

Toronto Waterfront

The National Ballet of Canada

One of the top international ballet companies, The National Ballet of Canada was founded in 1951 by Celia Franca. A company of 70 dancers with its own orchestra, the National Ballet has been led by Artistic Director Karen Kain, one of the greatest ballerinas of her generation, since 2005. Renowned for its diverse repertoire, the company performs traditional full-length classics, embraces contemporary work and encourages the creation of new ballets as well as the development of Canadian choreographers

Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Founded in 1906, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra gave regular concerts at Massey Hall until 1982, and since then has performed at Roy Thomson Hall. The Toronto Symphony Orchestra also manages the Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra.