Best Points of Interest in Toronto


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What was once the tallest freestanding structure in the world, is now 3rd tallest in the world! You can either see it from afar, or walk right up to the base of it. There are some observatory floo... read more

Distance: 90 minute drive (92 km) Trip Advisor: 4.5/5 (14,286 reviews) The CN Tower is Toronto’s tallest and most defining landmark. It stretches more than 550 metres into the sky. Serving as a ... read more

The CN Tower is a 553.33 m-high (1,815.4 ft) concrete communications and observation tower in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Built on the former Railway Lands, it was completed in 1976, becomin... read more

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Don't miss this stunning Toronto favourite! The Toronto Islands is one huge park, featuring lovely beaches (hint: Gibraltar Point is the best and most private beach on the island, although the more... read more

The Toronto Islands are a chain of small islands located just offshore from the city centre. The islands are home to parkland, the island airport, a small residential community, several boat clubs,... read more

The Toronto Islands are such a cool place to go. Just at the base of the city and a short ferry ride across to the island. There are three ferries you can take to the three different islands - Cent... read more

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Casa Loma (Spanish for Hill House) is a Gothic Revival style house and gardens in midtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, that is now a museum and landmark. It was built as a residence for financier Sir ... read more

Casa Loma (Spanish for Hill House) is a Gothic Revival style house and gardens in midtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, that is now a museum and landmark. It was built as a residence for financier Sir ... read more

Casa Loma is a Gothic Revival style house and gardens in midtown that is now a museum and landmark. It was built as a residence for financier Sir Henry Mill Pellatt. Casa Loma was constructed from ... read more

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Centre Island is Toronto’s island getaway, a reprieve from the hustle and bustle of the city without having to drive for hours. Just a short ferry ride from downtown, Centre Island is nestled betwe... read more

Toronto's very own island. Lots of green space for picnics, great beaches to swim at - including Toronto's only nude beach at Hanlan's point. You can rent bikes and there is a small amusement park ... read more

Centre Island is a short cruise away from the heart of the city. It's the perfect place for a day trip for a couple, a family, or group of friends. There's plenty to do for everyone, including a sm... read more

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Nathan Phillips Square is an urban plaza in Toronto, Canada. It forms the forecourt to Toronto City Hall, or New City Hall, at the intersection of Queen Street West and Bay Street, and is named for... read more

Nathan Phillips Square is directly in front of City Hall and has a great skating rink for the winter, as well as the infamous TORONTO sign that was built for the 2015 Pan American Games which we ha... read more

Located right in front of City Hall, Nathan Phillip Square plays host to events, concerts and festivals all year round. Take a photo with the famous new TORONTO sign and go iceskating in the winter.

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Canada's largest collection of original War of 1812 buildings and 1813 battle site. Located in the heart of downtown Toronto, Fort York is open year-round and offers tours, exhibits, period setting... read more

Here’s a great way to experience one aspect of Toronto life in the early 1800s, as Fort York is the country’s largest collection of remaining War of 1812 structures. Reconstructed after a major bat... read more

The intersection of Fort York and Fleet is where the Harborfront 509 Streetcar stops. The streetcar goes all the way to Union station, which connects to Line 1 (Yonge/University/Spadina Line). To... read more

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Completed in 1965, Toronto's new City Hall and Nathan Phillips Square is an iconic symbol of the city with the large square, fountain/skating rink and rooftop garden. Many festivals and music perfo... read more

The seat of Toronto's Municipal government. Nathan Philip Square in front of city hall is host to any number of free shows, concerts and exhibits highlighting the best of the city.

In front of City Hall you will find Nathan Phillips Square, which features the TORONTO sign. Also host to skating in the winter and events during the summer.

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Graffiti Alley in The Fashion District runs south of Queen Street West from Spadina Avenue to Portland Street beginning at 1 rush lane, Toronto, Ontario Canada .There is about a kilometer's worth o... read more

This alley way also named Rush Lane was the most iconic areas in Toronto for graffiti. There was once a slew of graf artists who painted murals allover this alley but some of it is gone now. It was... read more

Whether you consider this to be street art or graffiti it is not to be missed if you enjoy modern art. Each summer for the past few years, a group called Style in Progress has taken over graffiti ... read more

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Toronto's Old City Hall was home to its city council from 1899 to 1966 and remains one of the city's most prominent structures. The building is located at the corner of Queen and Bay Streets.

Built over the ten-year span of 1889-1899, Old City Hall is a gorgeous work of architecture and is now home to our courts.

Old City Hall. 10 min walk away

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Harbour square has plenty of markets, performances and activities during the summer. From here you can walk along the revitalized boardwalk and appreciate Toronto's waterfront.

Take a ferry ride to Toronto's Centre Island and admire the cityscape from afar

I love going for either casual walks along the board walk anytime of day, with friends or solo. Multiple options to eat or have a drink along the way. There is also a great jogging path nearby.

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It has a botanic garden and small trails. Great place for picnic or BBQ at Sunnybrook Park (Eglinton and Leslie).

Former estate garden with wildflowers, perennials & fountains, plus a botanical garden & gift shop

Edwards Gardens is a botanical garden located on the southwest corner of Leslie Street and Lawrence Avenue East Address: 755 Lawrence Ave E, Toronto, ON M3C 1P2 Hours: Open today · Open 24 hours Fo... read more

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The cemetery offers a quiet and peaceful place for walkers with a walking trail running through it that connects over 30Km of walking routes.

It may sound morbid to suggest a cemetery visit, but people around here go there for a stroll with their babies, pets. It is like a big park on both sides on Mt. Pleasant road great for biking as w... read more

Okay, this sounds like a joke, but it really isn't. Less than a 5 minute walk puts you in a tranquil setting with one of the most diverse collection of types/species of trees in Ontario. The roadwa... read more

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Walking, cycling and rollerblading along the boardwalk makes for a resort atmosphere for this unique part of Canada's largest city.

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Walking & biking paths, through parks & along the water. Hopping on a summer weekend & magical during quiet times. Walk straight south on Strachan til you get to water's edge & turn left or right!... read more

The Toronto waterfront is the lakeshore of Lake Ontario in the City of Toronto. It spans 46 kilometres between the mouth of Etobicoke Creek in the west, and the Rouge River in the East. Walk along ... read more

Along the waterfront, there are restaurants, and ferries to Toronto Island (pedestrian island), and tours of the islands. Events all summer long.

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Walk along the boardwalk and stop to climb the big dinosaur statues, run through the large splash pad, get a little workout on swings and exercise equipment by the lake, and play some beach volleyball

Beautiful beach and boardwalk with a large free outdoor pool and beach volleyball/tennis courts. Excellent spot for a jog decent restaurant, better for drinks than it's food. $$

Beautiful beach, boardwalk, waterfront restaurant with large patio, public pool, swimming, paddle-board and canoe/kayak rentals, paved bike bath, sun-tan, etc! Easy access over the footbridge where... read more

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A beautiful Anglican church - a national historic site, established in 1863. Boasts artwork from the Group of 7. Tours the first Sunday of the month at 11:45 am.

Church with historical significance because the murals were painted by members of Canada's Group of Seven

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Great place to escape the city buzz and relax on a hot day

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Burial place of important Canadian politicians

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Discover Toronto's must-see attractions with a Toronto CityPass ticket booklet, saving 45% off regular combined admission. Allows visitors to skip most ticket lines. Purchase at any of the particip... read more

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Tiki Taxi - Tiki Taxi offers direct, on-demand service to Centre Island and Hanlan's Point, and many other destinations in the Toronto Harbour and on the Islands themselves.

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A wonderful gym with classes included with your membership. This is my gym

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A fun park with a pirate-ship themed climbing structure, swings, and a sandbox/water play area -- plus a wading pool in the summer! Right at the end of the street, maybe a minute's walk.

One of Toronto's top parks for kids with a recently redone playground. Has a splash pad, indoor hockey rink and is next door to St. Alban's which has an indoor pool.

Another good park with good playground for kids. Splashpad.

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According to Guinness World Records, PATH is the largest underground shopping complex with 30 km (19 miles) of shopping arcades. It has 371,600 square ...

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St. Paul's Basilica is the oldest Roman Catholic congregation in Toronto

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Free tour of Toronto City Hall. It is on the Path. Toronto’s PATH Walkway System links 50 buildings/office towers. Twenty parking garages, six subway stations, two major department stores, eight... read more

The PATH system is not exactly a destination, more like a warren of trails through the downtown core. There are plenty of maps to guide you along your way.

PATH is downtown Toronto's underground walkway linking 30 kilometres of shopping, services, and entertainment. Follow PATH and you'll reach your downtown destination easily in weatherproof comfort.

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Catch some live music here then a easy walk home..

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United Church. Place of worship. 10 min walk

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Catholic Church. Place of worship 10 min walkd