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Defining the Toronto skyline at 553.33m (1,815ft 5in) the CN Tower is Canada's most recognizable and celebrated icon. The CN Tower is an internationally renowned architectural triumph, an engineering Wonder of the Modern World, world-class entertainment and dining destination and a must see for anyone visiting Toronto. Each year, over 1.9 million people visit Canada’s National Tower to take in the breathtaking views and enjoy all the CN Tower has to offer.

Immerse yourself in a world of 20,000 aquatic animals and discover your own underwater adventure. The Aquarium features North America’s longest underwater viewing tunnel with more than 5.7 million litres of water and over 100 interactive opportunities. Get up close and personal with several touch exhibits featuring horseshoe crabs, sharks, scarlet cleaner shrimp, and stingrays as well as daily dive shows every 2 hours. This awe-inspiring attraction consists of nine carefully curated galleries showcasing a cross section of saltwater and freshwater environments from around the world – starting with species from Toronto’s backyard, the Great Lakes basin.

Named the world's best food market by National Geographic in 2012, The St.Lawrence Market is comprised of three buildings and is home to merchants and artisans offering a wide variety of fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, grains, baked goods and dairy products, as well as unique non-food items. Established in 1803, a visit to the St, Lawrence Market will leave you inspired and have you dabbling in new foods and traditions from across Toronto’s vibrant cultural tapestry.

Experience the only full size castle in North America with a visit to Casa Loma. Built from 1911 to 1914 for financier Sir Henry Pellatt, the castle features 98 elaborately decorated rooms, secret passageways, lush gardens, vintage automobiles, and other Edwardian era artifacts.

Founded in 1914, the Royal Ontario Museum is Canada’s largest and most comprehensive museum showcasing art, culture and nature from around the world and across the ages. It is home to a collection of 13 million artworks, cultural objects and natural history specimens, featured in 40 gallery and exhibition spaces.

A home for technology and innovation, the Ontario Science Centre was one of the world's first interactive science museums. With a  focus on hands-on learning for visitors of all ages, the museum offers experiences and insights into science and technology that help us understand the world around us.

The Aga Khan Museum is the first museum in the western world dedicated to Islamic art and objects and presents an overview of the artistic, intellectual, and scientific contributions that Muslim civilizations have made to world heritage. The museum is home to more than 1000 rare objects from the private collections of His Highness the Aga Khan, the Institute of Ismaili Studies in London, and Prince and Princess Sadruddin Aga Khan

Listed as a National Historic Site of Canada and known as one of Toronto’s most vibrant and culturally diverse neighborhoods, the area known as Kensington Market has played a vital role in the 20th century immigration experience and the development of modern-day Toronto. With a bohemian feel, the area is not so much a traditional “market” but a broad range of cafes, restaurants, vintage stores, bars, and specialty food shops. Explore old Victorian homes, graffitied alleys, and impressive street art and discover everything that makes Kensington Market one of Toronto's most unique neighborhoods.

Niagara Region

  • Niagara Falls
  • Ripley's Believe it or Not!
  • Butterfly Conservatory
  • Bird Kingdom
  • Skylon Tower
  • Louis Tussaud's Waxworks
  • Guinness World Records Museum
  • Wineries

  • Upper Canada Village
  • Fort Henry
  • Kingston Penitentiary
  • Kingston Penitentiary Museum
  • Correctional Service of Canada Museum
  • Bellevue House National Historic Site
  • Marine Museum of the Great Lakes
  • St. George's Cathedral
  • Murney Tower

  • Parliament Hill
  • Rideau Canal
  • Canadian War Museum
  • National Gallery of Canada
  • Peace Tower
  • Canadian Museum of Nature
  • National War Memorial
  • Diefenbunker, Canada's Cold War Museum
  • Notre Dame Basilica
  • Canadian Aviation & Space Museum
  • Royal Canadian Mint

Defining the Toronto skyline at 553.33m (1,815ft 5in) the CN Tower is Canada's most recognizable and celebrated icon. The CN Tower is an internationally renowned architectural triumph, an engineering Wonder of the Modern World, world-class entertainment and dining destination and a must see for anyone visiting Toronto. Each year, over 1.9 million people visit Canada’s National Tower to take in the breathtaking views and enjoy all the CN Tower has to offer.

Immerse yourself in a world of 20,000 aquatic animals and discover your own underwater adventure. The Aquarium features North America’s longest underwater viewing tunnel with more than 5.7 million litres of water and over 100 interactive opportunities. Get up close and personal with several touch exhibits featuring horseshoe crabs, sharks, scarlet cleaner shrimp, and stingrays as well as daily dive shows every 2 hours. This awe-inspiring attraction consists of nine carefully curated galleries showcasing a cross section of saltwater and freshwater environments from around the world – starting with species from Toronto’s backyard, the Great Lakes basin.

Named the world's best food market by National Geographic in 2012, The St.Lawrence Market is comprised of three buildings and is home to merchants and artisans offering a wide variety of fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, grains, baked goods and dairy products, as well as unique non-food items. Established in 1803, a visit to the St, Lawrence Market Be we leave you inspired and have you dabbling in new foods and traditions from across Toronto’s vibrant cultural tapestry.

Founded in 1914, the Royal Ontario Museum is Canada’s largest and most comprehensive museum showcasing art, culture and nature from around the world and across the ages. It is home to a collection of 13 million artworks, cultural objects and natural history specimens, featured in 40 gallery and exhibition spaces.

Walk along the fortified walls surrounding this UNESCO World Heritage Site and admire the view from every angle.  For all its 400 years of incredible history, it’s still very much alive: magical in the winter and popping in the summer. Full of charming little streets and local shops, Old Québec is best visited on foot.

Walk along the fortified walls surrounding this UNESCO World Heritage Site and admire the view from every angle.  For all its 400 years of incredible history, it’s still very much alive: magical in the winter and popping in the summer. Full of charming little streets and local shops, Old Québec is best visited on foot.

Walk along the fortified walls surrounding this UNESCO World Heritage Site and admire the view from every angle.  For all its 400 years of incredible history, it’s still very much alive: magical in the winter and popping in the summer. Full of charming little streets and local shops, Old Québec is best visited on foot.

Walk along the fortified walls surrounding this UNESCO World Heritage Site and admire the view from every angle.  For all its 400 years of incredible history, it’s still very much alive: magical in the winter and popping in the summer. Full of charming little streets and local shops, Old Québec is best visited on foot.

Walk along the fortified walls surrounding this UNESCO World Heritage Site and admire the view from every angle.  For all its 400 years of incredible history, it’s still very much alive: magical in the winter and popping in the summer. Full of charming little streets and local shops, Old Québec is best visited on foot.

Walk along the fortified walls surrounding this UNESCO World Heritage Site and admire the view from every angle.  For all its 400 years of incredible history, it’s still very much alive: magical in the winter and popping in the summer. Full of charming little streets and local shops, Old Québec is best visited on foot.

Walk along the fortified walls surrounding this UNESCO World Heritage Site and admire the view from every angle.  For all its 400 years of incredible history, it’s still very much alive: magical in the winter and popping in the summer. Full of charming little streets and local shops, Old Québec is best visited on foot.

Defining the Toronto skyline at 553.33m (1,815ft 5in) the CN Tower is Canada's most recognizable and celebrated icon. The CN Tower is an internationally renowned architectural triumph, an engineering Wonder of the Modern World, world-class entertainment and dining destination and a must see for anyone visiting Toronto. Each year, over 1.9 million people visit Canada’s National Tower to take in the breathtaking views and enjoy all the CN Tower has to offer.

Walk along the fortified walls surrounding this UNESCO World Heritage Site and admire the view from every angle.  For all its 400 years of incredible history, it’s still very much alive: magical in the winter and popping in the summer. Full of charming little streets and local shops, Old Québec is best visited on foot.

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