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Casa Loma
Historic Sites, Architectural Buildings, Speciality Museums, Castles
Toronto's First Post Office
Historic Sites, History Museums
Spadina Museum
Historic Sites, History Museums
Osgoode Hall
Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites
Casa Loma
Historic Sites, Architectural Buildings, Speciality Museums, Castles
Toronto Public Library
Architectural Buildings, Libraries
Osgoode Hall
Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites
Toronto-Dominion Centre
Architectural Buildings
Brookfield Place
Art Galleries, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Church Street
Neighbourhoods, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Graffiti Alley
Neighbourhoods, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Yonge and Eglinton
Points of Interest & Landmarks
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St. Lawrence Market
#1 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
Had an amazing visit to St.Lawerence Market when my relations were in town for a visit.Great tourist spot and lots of cool gallery's etc to visit.Great eats and lots of historical views to be had .Must see on the...
Enjoyed the sights & shops of the market lots of great food their spaghetti sauce is outstanding we loved it soo tasty we took some sauce home with us
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CN Tower
#2 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
Great views from the top and plenty of memorabilia to buy whilst you’re there You can also do a walk around the outside if your brave enough once at the top ( all harnessed up) Great walk through the Central Railw...
Very touristy but awesome views of Toronto and we had a delicious meal at the 360 restaurant which rotates to give you a dynamic view as you eat! Highly recommend!!
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Royal Conservatory of Music
#3 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
Great acoustics, clear sights lines and comfortable seating; all in warm surroundings.
I attended a recital and a chamber concert on different days and was blown away by the comfort of the seats, unobstructed views, and acoustics which wrapped around me.
Toronto Public Library
#4 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
A popular site for an Insta shot, and an endless supply of books if you're into that sort of thing!
Also a beautiful building and birds-eye view from the top floor.
Escape Casa Loma: Secret City Adventures
#5 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
Great site, great game - tremendous fun!! Actors were GREAT making the evening an absolute blast.
Experiencing backstage of the epic Toronto landmark, the setting, props, actors, puzzles and story allows this escape room to create an environment that both tests and blows your mind!!! Pick a strong team, book t...
University of Toronto
#6 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
The Campus goes on for miles...and the walk is a great opportunity to view the various styles of architecture.
This is and continues to be a wonderful site to hold the cibc run for the cure in Toronto every year!
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The Elgin & Winter Garden Theatre Centre
#7 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
We when here on Jan. 4/18 to see The Musical Grease, the show was awesome, the theatre is great spot to see a show small with great views from every seat, in side is quite older looking but very well laid out.
Wow, amazing historic site.
Spadina Museum
#8 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
We took a casual afternoon to visit this historic site in "uptown" Toronto - next to Casa Loma.
If you are fit then you can approach the house by going up the Baldwin steps where you get a nice view of Toronto and walk through a small park to Spadina.
Scarborough Bluffs
#9 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
Great day trip activity with awesome views, both from the park above the bluffs, as well as the trails from the marina that lead into the beach.
Having grown up in the beaches this is still a favourite place to visit in the spring and summer - there is also a park at the top of the Bluffs where you can get a great view of the lake - watch out for Canadian...
Distillery Historic District
#10 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
Browse the shops, have lunch, watch chocolate being made (and enjoy the smell!) have an ice-cream and just meander and take in the sights and sculptures and artwork.
Have coffe, visit a gallery, buy fresh Ontario products from the farmers market, stroll down the original cobble stones lanes taking in the view of the original red brick distilleries buildings...you will love thi...
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Rogers Centre
#11 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
there good food great beers and all the seats have a great view I recommend going early so you can enjoy the shops and visit the whole stadium its well worth it.
Despite now being 28 years old, it is still a state of the art facility, with incredible food, comfortable (and roomy) seating, great views regardless of where you sit and clean, well-maintained washrooms and faci...
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Toronto Harbour
#12 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
From pier 6, you can take a one hour cruise around the harbour which gives fantastic views of the cityscape and the way the CN tower soars above even the tallest skyscrapers.
We took a Harbor Cruise while in the area and, since it was a crystal clear day, the view of the Toronto skyline from the boat was gorgeous!
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Casa Loma
#13 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
We loved visited Casa Loma, the place is really beautiful, with lot of history, there's an audio tour to learn more about the rooms, nice architecture, beautiful garden, and nice view from the tower, I really reco...
Great history and awesome underground tunnel to their garage area, older Model T's and Model A's and other cars from the 20s to see! Huge place - allow plenty of time to check it out - they have a cafe on site and...
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The Beach Village
#14 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
If you tire of the busy main street you can head down a side street to walk along the beautiful boardwalk of the beaches and take in the views of Lake Ontario and the city skyline!
You can tae a walk by the beaches trail with beautiful view of the water or go to the park for a little break.
Scotiabank Arena
#15 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
Staff was very courteous, helpful and friendly, sound was Fabulous, venue was clean and safe, view was excellent, will attend again.
I was lucky enough to catch a basket ball game and a ice hockey game at the centre, i have been twice and the seating is awesome, great views from wherever you are.
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West Queen West
#16 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
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Queen Street
#17 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
Great place to walk and enjoy the site in downtown Toronto, antique shops and great food to sample, safe and Fun with lots to see and enjoy
You see lots of sights, busy area in the heart of financial district lots of shops and pubs to see! Fast paced during rush hour but great like pubs and restaurants to see
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Bloor West Village
#18 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
Harbourfront Centre
#19 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
Great view of the water, and the artisans are talented -- you can watch the glass blowers, textile workers, potter's, etc. Makes for a wonderful afternoon.
In the few hours that we spent down there, we ate, shopped, enjoyed live music, took in the splendid views of the city and the waterfront, and just chilled.
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Nathan Phillips Square
#20 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
... always go there, whenever I'm in Toronto, just to sit and relax, and take in the sounds, smells, and sights of this beautiful square... - There's something here for everybody, and is centrally located... - Che...
Whether it be winter with the skating rink, or the summer with the views, it's a great place to pause and take some pictures.
St James Anglican Cathedral
#21 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
Beautiful histories site.
A lot of history and architecture and beautiful stained - glass windows to view in this church.
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Yorkville Village
#22 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
great for shopping and many site seeing buildings, lots of high end stores and very costly tag to follow.
It's also a nice place to just walk around, take in the sights and the atmosphere.
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Evergreen Brick Works
#23 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
Great destination in the city for taking in the views over the city indulging in great coffee and taking in local organic market and crafts
Once a brick factory, the site now consists of heritage buildings showcasing sustainability and green design as well as a 16-hectare public park known as Weston Family Quarry Garden that includes wetlands, hiking...
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Black Creek Pioneer Village
#24 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
BCPV, very close from Toronto is a lovely and extremely well maintained heritage site giving insights into lives, customs and surroundings of early residents in the 19th century.
We visited a variety of buildings on site: blacksmith shop, leather saddle and harness shop, tinsmith shop, an old style printing press where the guide lets your children participate in printing a page.
Ontario Legislative Building
#25 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
The views of the building and the surrounding area is simply lovely and peaceful.
It is also possible to view the legislature while it is sitting by obtaining seats in the visitors' gallery.
Old City Hall
#26 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
The new city hall is so modern and advanced and the old city hall is exactly opposite, majestic and royal it looks right next to the new one and the view from the Nathan Philips Square is awesome.
The old city hall is a wonderful Toronto landmark with lots of character and charm.
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Toronto City Hall
#27 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
... spectacular to see and are next to the old school City hall building, the space it occupies has a large spacious area with a water feature and a viewing balcony at the end to get abetter view, well worth a visit.
Just a beautiful a site to go to, make sure you visit when you're in Toronto.
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Mount Pleasant Cemetery
#28 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
It is so typically Canadian that his grave site is so modest.
Graffiti Alley
#29 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
We took the very easy 510 Transit to the site and ended up spending about 2 hours walking the approximate three city-length blocks of graffiti, stopping to take photographs all along the way.
I found the huge work on fish & sea creatures the most exciting to view.
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Brookfield Place
#30 of 182 Sights & Landmarks in Toronto
We live in Toronto and whenever we have guests from out of town or especially out of the country, we are so proud to show them the site and see their reaction.
Always a new art attraction to view in addition to the structure.
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