Toronto

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Downtown
10 reviews
The tallest freestanding tower in the Western Hemisphere, this landmark stretches 1,815 feet and 5 inches high and marks Toronto with its distinctive silhouette. — Fodor's
9
Downtown
8 reviews
The glass-and-steel structure is, depending on your point of view, either a grand gesture or a God-awful folly. — Time Out
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Dundas Square Area
9 reviews
9
Downtown
9 reviews
The ever-rotating exhibits cover a wide breadth of countries and time periods—you might see slippers worn by Chinese women with bound feet, yucca sandals made by Native Americans. — Condé Nast Traveler
8
Old Town & Downtown
8 reviews
Canada's favorite sport and the favorite museum of Canadians who love it. — Michelin Guide
8
Downtown
6 reviews
The Gardiner showcases a collection of more than 3,000 pieces, ranging from ancient Mayan figurines to 17th-century English Delftware and dynamic contemporary pieces. — Travel + Leisure
8
Midtown
8 reviews
A 98-room castle in the middle of Toronto that bankrupted a 19th century electricity multimillionaire.  — Atlas Obscura
8
Downtown
7 reviews
This cultural center encompasses a 38-hectare (94-acre) strip of waterfront land, once-abandoned warehouses, charming piers, and an old smokestack. — Frommer's
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North York
5 reviews
This popular attraction consists largely of interactive exhibits on science and technology. — Michelin Guide
8
Downtown
6 reviews
Home to American League Baseball's Toronto Blue Jays. The multipurpose stadium hosts rock concerts, conventions and trade shows as well as sports. — Michelin Guide
8
Old Town & Downtown
6 reviews
Billed as the last operating double-decker theatre in the world, this complex is also famous for its beauty. — Time Out
8
Downtown
6 reviews
North America's largest aquarium is sleek, angular, watery blue, and shaped like a shark. — Fodor's
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North York
5 reviews
Black Creek Pioneer Village re-creates rural life in 19th-century Ontario. — Lonely Planet
8
Queen West, Chinatown & Little Italy
5 reviews
The museum offers guided tours and historical re-enactments, and performances of period music and dance. — Time Out
8
North York
5 reviews
The Aga Khan Museum is dedicated to offering guests a glimpse of beautifully curated Islamic art, Iranian art, and Muslim culture in Toronto. — Travel + Leisure
8
West End
5 reviews
MOCCA has relocated to the very hot Art & Design District on Queen Street West. — Frommer's
8
Queen West, Chinatown & Little Italy
4 reviews
This 161-hectare (398-acre) park in the far west of Midtown was architect John G. Howard's gift to the city. — Frommer's
8
Queen West, Chinatown & Little Italy
3 reviews
This sprawling, innovative leisure complex... with an emphasis on family entertainment and recreation. — Michelin Guide
8
Downtown
7 reviews
The St. Lawrence Market is great. — Afar Magazine
8
Downtown
4 reviews
In a country known for chilly winters, the Allan Gardens Conservatory is a pleasant green surprise. — Afar Magazine
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