De nieuwe en gerenoveerde Art Gallery of Ontario heeft een permanente collectie van kunst van verschillende media zoals schilderijen, sculpturen of een collectie aan historische artefacten. Deze kunstgalerie in het Chinatown district is één van Canada's grootste musea van de schone kunsten. U kunt tentoonstellingen zien, waaronder de impressionisten van de 19e eeuw, Henry Moore en een exclusieve Canadese collectie van schilderijen van de beroemde Groep van Zeven. In totaal is er een permanente collectie van meer dan 24.000 werken die 1000 jaar Europese, Canadese en hedendaagse kunst vertegenwoordigen. Faciliteiten omvatten een cadeauwinkel, restaurant en een activiteitencentrum gericht op families.
De Hockey Hall of Fame is de plek waar u uw triviant-kennis over hockey kunt testen of waar u uw keeper reflexen kunt uitproberen. De hal, gelegen in Brookfield Place, geeft een interactieve, praktische weergave van de evolutie van het Canadese spel. Het is een reis door uw geheugen van sport, aangewakkerd door displays, trofeeën, memorabilia, films en video games. Terwijl u het museum bezoekt kunt u een foto van uzelf laten maken naast de Stanley Cup trofee. De faciliteiten omvatten de Spirit of Hockey winkel vol met verzamel-items.
Shaped by the elements over the course of millenia, the Scarborough Bluffs rise from the shores of Lake Ontario in East Toronto. The sheer face of the escarpment is a defining feature of the waterfront, rising to a height of 90 meters (300 feet) above the shore. Several parks span the 15-kilometer (9.3-mile) stretch of the Scarborough Bluffs as it traces the edge of the lake. While most of these are found perched atop its peaks, a few grant access to the narrow beach that lies at its base. The view from the top is notoriously astounding in beauty, although few can deny the striking quality of a more low-lying perspective with the barren rock face rising high above the tranquil water.
The High Park is an ancient beautiful natural preserve that offers a pond, wooded areas, trails, open picnic areas and numerous recreational facilities for the entire family. Baseball, swimming, skating, and tennis are just some of the activities that families or groups of friends can indulge in and bond over. You can also watch a play at the outdoor theatre during the annual Dream in High Park, tour the greenhouse, or visit the park's zoo. Each of the attractions has its own specific phone number and opening hours.
At a dizzying height of 553.3 meters (1,815.3 feet), the slender form of the CN Tower rises high above the city skyline. One of the world's tallest towers, unmatched by any freestanding structure in the Western Hemisphere, this stunning landmark was built in 1967 by the Canadian National Railway to serve as a communications and observation facility. At that time, this man-made pinnacle was unsurpassed by any other across the world and remained as such until 2007. The Look Out Level of CN Tower grants spectacular view of the city for miles around from a height of 346 meters (1,136 feet), while the SkyPod sits an additional 33 storeys above for a unique perspective of the world. The EdgeWalk, another of the tower's attractions, is the world's highest hands-free walkway. Not for the faint hearted, walking along the open-air walkway is an experience like none other. The EdgeWalk is perched on the roof of the 360 Restaurant where dinner is served in full view of Toronto's twinkling skyline.
Ripley's Aquarium has a lot to offer its visitors, with new marine life to discover and new things to see and learn. Easily accessible as it is situated in the heart of the city, the aquarium features over 16,000 specimens of aquatic animals and other forms of sea-life. Popular exhibits include the jellyfish displays and the Touch Tanks, where guests can interact with harmless sharks and rays. If you are in the city do not miss out on an adventurous day at the aquarium with your family and experience the life underwater.
Cineplex Odeon Varsity and VIP Cinemas promises a great movie-going experience. Take your pick from twelve screens. For a good time, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. Private screenings are also possible. For party room rentals, show times, ticket prices, concessions, and bookings call or check the website.
The Toronto Reference Library is a part of the Toronto Public Library system, and is one of the largest public reference library in Canada. Operating since 1977, the library provides all the modern amenities expected from a library such as wireless internet, computer use etc. It also includes an art exhibition area, special programs for children and event spaces.
Located on Yonge Street which is home to a number of theaters, The Panasonic has had its name changed quite a few times but still has the same charm. This state of the art concert and theater has been home to a number of traveling acts who come to this great city to entertain crowds. Its convenient location makes its a good option to catch a show after dining or shopping. Parking is easily available too and it has a capacity of around 700 odd people.
George Hislop played a pivotal role in the development of Toronto's gay community. He was the first candidate for the municipal office, who was openly gay. In 2005, he received the International Lesbian and Gay Law Association's Karl Heinrich Ulrichs Award for his efforts and contribution in developing and striving for the equality of LGBT community in Canada. After his death in 2005, a park in Toronto's Church and Wellesley neighborhood was named after him, as a tribute to his contribution towards the community. It is a beautiful park surrounded by lush green trees and colorful flowers. It also has many benches where visitors can sit and read or just admire the beauty of nature.