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Downtown
11 reviews
Riding those glass elevators up the highest freestanding structure in the world (553m) is one of those things in life you just have to do. — Lonely Planet
9
Downtown
9 reviews
Known for its East Asian holdings, possesses a remarkable collection of six-million-plus artifacts and artworks from around the world. — Michelin Guide
9
Dundas Square Area
8 reviews
The AGO houses art collections both excellent and extensive (bring your stamina). — Lonely Planet
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 4-hectare not-for-profit Harbourfront Centre exists to educate and entertain Toronto's diverse community. — Lonely Planet
8
Midtown
6 reviews
A kitschy glitch in the city's skyline to locals, this castle on a hill offers an inspiring view of the sweep of the city. — Frommer's
8
Downtown
5 reviews
The only museum in Canada dedicated to ceramic art... does its job impressively. — Frommer's
8
Downtown
6 reviews
Old York's sensational St Lawrence Market has been a neighborhood meeting place for over two centuries. — Lonely Planet
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
7 reviews
Resembling a giant white beetle... is a more significant building than the Air Canada Centre, and also has a more arresting tour. — Time Out
8
Downtown
7 reviews
A permanent collection of 10,000 varieties of foot coverings and, through the changing fashions, highlights the craft and sociology of making shoes. — Fodor's
8
North York
6 reviews
It has been called a museum of the 21st century, but it's much more than that. Where else can you stand at the edge of a black hole, work hand-in-clamp with a robot, or land on the moon? — Fodor's
8
Midtown
4 reviews
This 50-room mansion was built for financier James Austin in 1866, but his son added even more space in the 20th century, so it now has elements of both Victorian and Edwardian architecture. — Time Out
8
North York
6 reviews
Great for kids, families, and history buffs, this authentically restored village of some 40 houses, workshops, stores, and farmland is an exciting step back into 19th-century Ontario — Afar Magazine
8
Downtown
6 reviews
A visit to Ripley’s Aquarium will swiftly transport you to the tranquil depths of the ocean—or to a different planet completely — Afar Magazine
8
Queen West, Chinatown & Little Italy
5 reviews
The most historic site in Toronto is a must for anyone interested in the city's origins. — Fodor's
8
West End
5 reviews
MOCCA has relocated to the very hot Art & Design District on Queen Street West. — Frommer's
7
4 reviews
If rollercoasters are your thing, look no further than Canada’s Wonderland, Toronto’s top amusement park just outside the city with loads of rides — Time Out
7
Downtown
4 reviews
The internationally acclaimed masterpiece by Finland's Viljo Revell remains a landmark. — Michelin Guide
7
Downtown
4 reviews
This Greek Revival brick row house dates from the mid-19th century. It was once the home of William Lyon Mackenzie, a fiery orator and newspaper editor who had a most unusual career. — Frommer's
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