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Toronto Dinner Cruises and More at the Toronto Harbourfront

Updated on August 6, 2009

Cruise on The Tall Ship Kajama with The Great Lakes Schooner Company

Toronto Dinner Cruises
Toronto Dinner Cruises

Start with a Toronto Dinner Cruise or Theme Cruise

If you are visiting the Toronto Harbourfront, the first thing you should do is arrange to get out on the water! Enjoy a fun or romantic Toronto Dinner Cruise, a tour of the Toronto Islands, or a simple afternoon tour to get a look at (and take a few photos of) the city skyline from the perfect vantage point of Lake Ontario.

I recommend The Great Lakes Schooner Company when you are looking to book a cruise ... they offer a variety of Toronto Day Tours, as well as cruises for corporate events, weddings, parties, and educational cruises.

Take a Stroll on the Toronto Harbourfront Boardwalk

When you are not on the water, you will want to take advantage of the Harbourfront itself, starting with the picturesque Toronto Boardwalk.

The Boardwalk is open year-round, but during the summer don't miss out on the International marketplace, offering a truly cosmopolitan shopping experience. Buskers are also on hand to entertain and amaze you, and of course the city itself, including the CN Tower and the Downtown Toronto core are near at hand.

Don't Forget the World Class Live Theatre

When you are not enjoying yourself out on the waters of Lake Ontario, or strolling along the Boardwalk to discover the secret heart of Toronto, consider taking in some world-class Live Theatre. Toronto has a very active and successful theatrical history. At the time of this writing, you can choose between such classics as West Side Story, The Sound of Music, and the Tempest.

What Will You Do When You Visit the Toronto Harbourfront?

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