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Explore Toronto's Multi-Cultural Hub of Things to Do

As Canada's biggest city and one of the world's most diverse, Toronto offers a wide variety of attractions that will appeal to travelers of all types. With an exciting urban epicenter of over 100 cultures and lively entertainment, you'll find interesting, yet fun things to do throughout the vibrant city.
 
Stroll through vital neighborhoods, catch a sporting event, explore lively markets, and find family-friendly activities at the many museums and aquariums nearby. Visit historic sites, state-of-the-art theatres, and take in the iconic city skyline from the top of the CN Tower. Then retreat to the comfort of your room.
 

CN Tower

Ride to the top of the sky and soak in jaw-dropping views of Toronto when you visit this iconic tower, Toronto's best-known landmark. Discover unique attractions including a rotating restaurant, see-through floor, EdgeWalk, and KidZone.
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Ripley's Aquarium Canada

Submerge yourself in an underwater adventure to learn about Canada's ecosystems. Located at the base of CN Tower, Ripley's houses over 16,000 exotic sea creatures and offers over 100 interactive displays with three touch tanks. 
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Rogers Centre

Cheer on Major League Baseball's Toronto Blue Jays at this downtown stadium featuring a fully retractable roof for amazing views. You'll also find ice skating exhibitions, extreme sports competitions, family shows, and fun events year-round.
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Metro Toronto Convention Centre

Find consumer trade shows, conferences, national competitions, and global summits at this modern facility in downtown Toronto. With versatile meeting spaces, including ballrooms and exhibit halls, the venue is host to a variety of special events. 
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Eaton Centre

Visit this major indoor shopping mall to discover one of the most popular Toronto attractions. Home to over 230 retailers, this multi-level complex offers a vibrant atmosphere, global brands and numerous dining outlets within the PATH.
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Princess of Wales Theatre

For a unique theatre-going experience in the center of downtown Toronto's Entertainment District, catch a musical, drama, or comedy at this tri-level 19th-century landmark theatre that features a series of murals on display.
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Royal Ontario Museum

Discover awe-inspiring exhibits and galleries showcasing world art, culture, and nature at Canada's largest museum. See dinosaurs, meteorites, and fossils, along with paintings, decorative objects and other artwork from around the globe.

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St. Lawrence Market

Shop at one of the world's best food markets for gourmet items, fresh produce, artisan wares, and local crafts. You'll also find antiques and other treasures at this popular market, which also hosts cooking classes and demonstrations.
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Roy Thomson Hall

A main venue for the Toronto International Film Festival and home to the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, attend exciting performances of jazz, classical, rock, and comedy at this legendary downtown concert hall with a curved glass exterior.
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