What Are Some Fun Things To Do In Toronto, Canada?

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  1. PhoenixV profile image64
    PhoenixVposted 6 years ago

    What Are Some Fun Things To Do In Toronto, Canada?

    What Are Some Fun Things To Do In Toronto, Canada?

  2. mypassion profile image61
    mypassionposted 6 years ago

    I would definitely love to visit the CN Tower, Maid of the Mist boat ride, Ontario Place (the amusement park, where you also have the IMAX theatre built out over the water and Molson Amphitheatre).

    For some entertainment visit the 'Entertainment District', where you have many clubs like Republik, C Lounge and for the mature crowd 'Schmooze'.

    There is much more, just listed a few fun things to do in Toronto.

  3. Paul Kuehn profile image94
    Paul Kuehnposted 6 years ago

    I've been to Toronto only once about 15 years ago.  You should definitely see the Sky Dome which is a big mall and also home of the Toronto Bluejays baseball team.  A visit to China Town is also very interesting.

  4. Irina Novikova profile image57
    Irina Novikovaposted 6 years ago

    Fist of all, you should see the Niagara Falls and then is you want to have some fun, just go to Polson Pier entertainment complex. You'll feel unforgettable experiense there smile

    Have a nice trip!

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    DryWaterposted 6 years ago

    The atmosphere at a Toronto Maple Leafs game is incredible! They play in the National Hockey League.

  6. Rosie writes profile image86
    Rosie writesposted 6 years ago

    Go see "The Phantom of the Opera".  It is an incredible production; the theatre was built just for it.  Go on a train ride - scenic and comfortable.  Go to the underground mall - very unique and futuristic.  Lastly, go bar hopping late at night - great music and all kinds of it!

  7. JenPaxton profile image82
    JenPaxtonposted 6 years ago

    Drive around the lake and visit Niagra falls?  The Canadian side has those gorgeous views, it's very worth it.

  8. floriferous profile image59
    floriferousposted 6 years ago

    Darn, my answer was too long. Got the "create a Hub instead" message, so I think I'll do that.

    Basically, walk. Walk everywhere. You miss so much when you don't let your feet take you.

    Some great walking neighborhoods include Queen's Quay, Younge Street, Queen Street, the "Beaches", the Queen Strip, Yorkville, Riverdale Park, High Park, CNE.  to name a few.

    Walk up Younge Street from the bottom of the city to at least Queen and Dundas (Eaton's Center). It's the longest "street" in the world running from the bottom of Toronto well into the bush of northern Ontario. (I used to be an editor for a small press publisher in the James Bay Frontier. Our address was 300,000 Younge Street.)

  9. Mr. Happy profile image83
    Mr. Happyposted 6 years ago

    There are many fun things to do in Toronto, during the summer especially. We have concerts, festivals (such as PRIDE, which is coming-up soon or the Jazz Festival), the Honda Indy (for those who like Formula 1 racing) ...

    Of course, there is the CN Tower - now You can put on a harness and walk around on the outside of the tower, right at  the very top - for those with a strong heart lol

    Then, there are countless amazing restaurants, clubs & lounges in the Entertainment District ... visiting this White Wolf can also be fun! lol

  10. lulu16 profile image56
    lulu16posted 6 years ago

    Be sure to take the boat ride into the base of the Niagara Falls. It will get truly exciting! Then you must have fun at Caribana. This is a celebration of the Carnival in Canada with great music bands, dancing, and costume parades.

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    Vanderleelieposted 6 years ago

    Toronto has some great museums.   There's a major Picasso exhibition currently showing at the Art Gallery of Ontario, running until August 26th.  Also of interest are the Royal Ontario Museum and just across the street one of my favourite places, the Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art.

  12. LilaDaley profile image62
    LilaDaleyposted 6 years ago

    Sky Dome, ROM, Hockey Hall of Fame, Wayne Gretzky's Restaurant, Tower, Maple Leaf Game, Toronto Island, Yorkville


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