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Top 10 Things to do in Toronto

Updated on February 22, 2012

Toronto attractions

Toronto has a number of live entertainment venues, art galleries, annual cultural events, sports, parks, shopping, museums, hotels and restaurants. Some of Toronto's main attractions in Toronto including CN tower, centerville amusement park, Toronto helicopter tours, Ontario place, hockey hall of fame and eaton center. Toronto is Canada's largest city and is situated on the north shore of lake Ontario. Here is my list of  top 10 things to do in Toronto that might help you plan your next trip to Toronto.

Top 10 things to do in Toronto:

CN tower, toronto
CN tower, toronto

1. CN tower: CN tower is located on the north shore of lake Ontario, and is one of the tallest buildings in Toronto, Ontario. Standing at a height of 1,815 feet. It is a major tourist attraction that includes observation decks, a revolving restaurant and an entertainment complex. The CN Tower consists of a main hexagonal hollow pillar of concrete containing the elevators, stairwells and plumbing connections. People enjoy an amazing view and many great attractions. CN tower is one of the main attraction in Toronto.

2. Centerville amusement park: Centerville amusement park is located in Toronto centre island. People start their trip by taking ferry to centre island. The six hundred acre island is home to over 30 park rides as well as parkland, restaurants, recreational areas, fountains, and a hedge maze. The park is fun for kids and adults.

3. Toronto helicopter tours: Toronto helicopter tours take you high in the sky for an exciting tour at altitudes of up to 2,000 feet. You can enjoy amazing views of Toronto, its buildings, landscape, shoreline and attractions. The tour is about nine minutes.

4. Royal ontario museum: Situated at one of the most prominent intersections in downtown Toronto. The museum has 6 million objects in its collections and 40 galleries of art, archaeology and natural science. Royal ontario museum is also one of the main attraction in Toronto.

Ontario place
Ontario place

5. Hockey hall of fame: The hockey hall of fame is located in the heart of downtown Toronto at the corner of yonge and front steets in brookfield place. It's a trip down the sports memory lane, fuelled by displays, trophies, memorabilia, movies and video games.

6. Toronto zoo: Toronto zoo contains 5,000 animals, plus an extensive botanical collection. The zoo has over 10 kilometers of walking trails. One popular zoo attraction is at the African Savanna project. You can see elephants, lions, zebras, gorillas and giraffes. Toronto zoo is another great attraction for kids and families.

7. Ontario place: Ontario place offers rides, music, sports, helicopters, boats, dining, air show, and fireworks. The place is a 7 minute drive from downtown Toronto.

8. Ontario science centre: Major collections in science center include agriculture, anatomy, botany, mineralogy, textiles, aeronautics and other areas. Ontario science centre is great for families and children.

9. The eaton centre: The Eaton Centre is one of the largest indoor shopping malls in the world, consisting of more than 300 stores on five levels. Located in the heart of downtown toronto. You can find specialist shops, wide variety of clothes, restaurants and snack bars. Eaton centre is another tourist attraction in Toronto.

10. Bloor area: Blood area offers designer boutiques, fashionable restaurants, hotels and world class galleries. Blood area has more than 700 shops including shops, restaurants and museums.

CN tower, toronto


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      james 5 years ago

      i like this site I LOVE THE LITNIG

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      bob 6 years ago

      bungee jump off the cn tower

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      Chris 6 years ago

      Very informative about Toronto

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      Toronto Music Scene 7 years ago

      Great list for people visiting our fair city. Other points of interest would have to be the AGO and no trip to Toronto is complete without seeing Chinatown/Kensington Market.

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      hubpageswriter 8 years ago

      Very well-written article..

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      Sandria Green-Stewart 8 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      Very nice hub of Toronto. Love the night scene of CN Tower during the thunderstorm. You have nicely captured what the city has to offer.