Toronto Attractions & Things To Do
The InterContinental Toronto Centre enjoys an exceptional location at the centre of it all. Our hotel is adjacent to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, right at the base of the famous CN Tower. Check out our list of favourite Toronto attractions.
Toronto, Ontario Landmark Attractions -Guests of the InterContinental Toronto Centre are steps away from many popular local landmarks. Start your city tour with a visit to one of the tallest buildings in the world, the soaring CN Tower, where you'll discover breathtaking views of the Toronto skyline from the observation deck.
Expand your creative side at the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Royal Ontario Museum, or the Bata Shoe Museum. The Hockey Hall of Fame celebrates Canada's national sport, while the majestic Casa Loma castle offers a glimpse of life in the early 20th century. A walk through the Distillery Historic District reveals charming brick streets lined with 19th century Victorian industrial buildings, shops and restaurants.
Toronto Theatres & Entertainment -From Broadway-style spectaculars to exciting theatre, dance and ballet productions, Toronto has earned the reputation of being one of North America's true entertainment towns. Our luxury downtown Toronto hotel is just steps from the vibrant Toronto Entertainment District, home to an abundance of theatres including the Princess of Wales Theatre, Royal Alexander Theatre, Roy Thomson Hall, the TIFF Bell Lightbox and the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts. The world-class sounds of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra are not to be missed.
World-Class Toronto Sports Events -Home to five major sports teams, Toronto is a sports fanatic's paradise. Professional hockey, baseball, basketball, football and lacrosse are all here. At the Rogers Centre and Air Canada Centre, you can root for the Toronto Raptors, Toronto Maple Leafs, the Toronto Argonauts and Toronto Blue Jays, while enjoying the thrilling ambiance of these state of the art entertainment venues. Golfers of all skill levels will discover over 80 well-manicured golf courses, considered some of the best in the world.
Neighbourhood Markets -Experience Toronto like a local at the Kensington Market, the St. Lawrence Market, and the Distillery Historic District. These attractions provide not only a real sense of what it's like to live in Canada's largest city, but they also reflect a different aspect of today's Toronto offering a sense of the multicultural lifestyle, a traditional view of Toronto's agricultural past, and the nuances of modern Canada.
Toronto Restaurants & Dining -As the world's most ethnically diverse city, Toronto's dining scene is accordingly extensive. Immigrants from the four corners of the world have brought with them their culinary skills and traditions. When you're not sampling the delicious flavors from Azure Restaurant & Bar, discover Toronto's more than 5,000 restaurants that reflect the unique flavors and spices of this sophisticated Canadian city.
A Shopper's Paradise in Toronto -Stroll through Toronto's many friendly neighbourhoods and villages and you are sure to find the most extraordinary shopping north of New York City. The top shopping districts in Toronto include: Bloor-Yorkville, Toronto Eaton Centre, Queen Street, Harbourfront and Front Street East. Toronto's Financial District is walkable, even in inclement weather, because of the "Underground City," which consists of 11 kilometres (six miles) of interconnecting paths under the streets. Here, you'll discover more than 1,200 retail stores and services.
Toronto Year-Round Events -From cool jazz to hot rods, Toronto features a packed calendar of exciting year-round and annual events. Mark your calendars for one of Toronto's thrilling concerts, film festivals, street parties, cultural celebrations, parades, fairs and exhibitions. Some of the more popular events in Toronto include Caribana, Honda Indy, and the Toronto International Film Festival. With this much fun in one city, the only thing you'll run out of is time.
Toronto Waterfront Attractions -Located on Lake Ontario, Toronto is a waterfront city complete with its own set of idyllic islands. Hop aboard the Toronto Island Ferry and enjoy a 10-minute cruise that transports guests to the local islands. Visitors and city dwellers will enjoy a quiet oasis from the hustle and bustle of downtown Toronto. Rent a bike, rollerblade, picnic, take in the amusements at Centreville or enjoy a leisurely stroll along the boardwalk. Back on the mainland, visit the Harbourfront Centre and Ontario Place amusement park.
Toronto, Ontario Nearby Attractions
- Entertainment District - Steps away
- CN Tower - 0.1 mile
- Rogers Centre - 0.1 mile
- Air Canada Centre - .5 mile
- Roy Thomson Hall - 0.1 mile
- Toronto Eaton Centre - 1 mile
- TIFF Bell Lightbox - 1 mile
- Distillery Historic District - 3 miles
- Princess of Wales Theatre - 1 mile
- Direct Energy Centre - 1.7 miles
- Hockey Hall of Fame - 0.4 mile
- Royal Alexandra Theatre - 0.2 mile
- Sony Centre for the Performing Arts - 0.6 mile
- Art Gallery of Ontario - 0.7 mile
- Allstream Centre - 1.5 miles
- Casa Loma - 3.8 miles
- Toronto Island Ferry - 0.8 mile