Four Season Centre for the Performing Arts
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Four Season Centre for the Performing Arts, the city’s new home for the Canadian Opera Company and the National Ballet of Canada. The 2000 seat opera house opened in June 2006.
In the 1920s, Kensington Market was known as the Jewish Market; today it has evolved into a multicultural mix of shops, restaurants, vintage clothing shops, and eclectic cafes. If you want to take a trip around the world in a few blocks, feeling a sense of the city’s rich cultural diversity, Kensington Market is the place to be.
Over 2,000 events have been staged and more than 50 million people have visited Rogers Centre since its opening in 1989. The Rogers Centre indoor/outdoor sports centre is the home field for both the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team and the Canadian Football League Argonauts team.
St. Lawrence Market
If you like shopping, take the time to wander through the unique shops and stalls. Sit down with a gourmet coffee and read a magazine, or simply soak in the atmosphere and people watch.
St. James Cathedral
Record setting heights and the melodic peal of bells make this a wonderful place to note. Gothic spires on the St. James Cathedral reach to the heavens, and its illuminated spire once guided ships into the nearby harbor.
Once the home of the Toronto Stock Exchange (up until 1983), the DX is now a building reopened as a center devoted to promoting Canadian design, everything from graphic design to interior design, fashion, architecture and more.
Take a walk in the Financial District and notice the architectural variety of these skyscrapers – steel construction that reflects the prosperity of the steel industry in Canada. The towers are all connected to the PATH, the underground city of shops, restaurants and banks
Toronto's First Post Office
Town of York Historical society
Be in The Know.
Events, attractions, movies, films, music, theatre sports
Where Queers conspire, entertainment, news, events,film, theatre, arts, sports
Tha Gay Scene magazine
Toronto's alternative news and entertainment source founded in 1981. Includes alternative news as well as what to do and where to go
With over one million visitors annually, High Park is the jewel of Toronto's park system
Ontario Place is a multiple use entertainment and seasonal amusement park on Toronto's waterfront
Not many tourists know that Toronto has a beach, but the beaches area in Toronto is a definite ... Toronto's Beaches area. This is not Canada as we know it! ...
Toronto Islands and beach
Visitors to the Toronto Islands have enjoyed their lakeside charm for centuries.Hanlan's Point clothing optional beach
a restored 1837 regency villa located in High Park
Built in 1851, Gibson House was the home of Scottish immigrant David Gibson and his family
Situated in downtown Toronto, Mackenzie House is a Greek Revival row-house, which was purchased by the community for William Lyon Mackenzie who was the first Mayor of Toronto, an outspoken newspaper editor and leader of the 1837 Upper Canada Rebellion.
Queen Street West
Art and Design District
The CN Tower
Toronto's most visible attraction.
This is the Toronto Zoo webpage
Toronto Transit Commission
Public transit within Toronto, Fares, schedules, routes, maps
Art Gallery of Ontario
One of Canada's premier art institutions, including European masters, Charles Moore and the Ken Thomson collection of Canada's "Group of 7"
Royal Ontario Museaum
Engage the world
Rideau Inn Bed and Breakfast, Ottawa
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Historic distillery district, arts precinct
Batta Shoe Museum
For the curious
Canada's Famous castle
Ontario Science Centre
40 years of igniting curiosity
Welcome to the birthplace of Toronto
The Toronto Zoo
The Bears are back
Yonge Dundas Square
The heart of the city
Attractions events theatre, galleries sports
Toronto Eaton centre
Where the world shops
Visiting a client? Shopping for a gift? Taking in a movie? Catching the subway?
PATH is downtown Toronto's underground walkway linking 27 kilometres of shopping, services and entertainment. Follow PATH and you'll reach your downtown destination easily in weatherproof comfort
Hockey Hall of Fame
Founded in 1943, the Hockey Hall of Fame was established as a memorial to those who developed Canada's greatest winter sport and to honour and preserve the history of the game
Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre
This center is one of the last operating double-decker theater complexes in the world, being two former vaudeville halls built one on top of the other. This gem underwent a $30 million restoration, reopening to its once grand state at the beginning of the ‘90s.
Heart of Toronto's waterfront, dining, shopping, galleries, crafts, events, theatre, dance, skating, sports, film
Take the short ferry ride across the harbor from the city and you'll find over 600 acres of parkland waiting to be discovered. A trip to the Islands is a vacation in itself! Walking trails, picnic areas, supervised swimming beaches, bicycle and boat rentals, tennis, volleyball and much more await you.
Gerrard India Bazaar is the largest marketing place of South Asian goods and services in North America. With over 100 shops and restaurants which represent regional diversities of South Asian culture
TorontoKoreaTown.com is designed and developed with non-Korean Canadians in mind. People without Korean ethnic backgrounds will be welcome to visit to Toronto Korea Town.com.
Portugal Village is a colourful inner city neighbourhood in Toronto
Chinatown is a vibrant neighborhood, a mixture of harmonious multi-culturism, it is home to ethnic Chinese immigrants from Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, Vietnam, as well as, South East Asian merchants such as Pakistani and Indian.
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Cross over into the world of Bloor-Yorkville - the ultimate fusion of historic charm and modern seduction.
Gardiner Museum of Ceramics