TORONTO TOURS: ALL TOURS & ACTIVITIES
Toronto is the largest city in Canada, and one of the country’s leading tourist destinations. The site of the city has been inhabited for millennia by the local Aboriginal peoples, and was urbanized in 1787 after the Toronto Purchase. Today it is an incredibly diverse city, with unique cultural customs and many landmarks, as well as a prominent center of the Canadian television, film and theater industry. Visit the so-called Queen City now with our 2015 Toronto tours and activities.
Grab a Toronto CityPASS and get easy, skip the line access to five of the city’s famous landmarks, at a 41% discount off the combined admission prices. Visit the majestic CN Tower, once the tallest free-standing structure in the world and still the third tallest. Hit up Casa Loma, a house in the Gothic Revival style that was built over a century ago, and now serves as a landmark, an architectural marvel, and museum to the Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada. Go on a learning adventure through the Toronto Zoo, the Royal Ontario Museum, and Ontario Science Center.
Embark on a hop on hop off tour and explore the city in your own time. Travel to any of twenty-one stops at which you can freely disembark your bus and visit further. See Eaton Centre, the most popular tourist destination in Toronto, where you can shop and dine at a mall so long, there are subway stops on both ends of the structure. Visit the Distillery District, a National Historic Site of Canada, where more than 80 shops and boutiques are housed within the old Gooderham and Worts distillery complex, and is the largest Victorian industrial architecture site in North America, containing 40 heritage buildings and 10 historic streets in that style.
Go to the world-famous Niagara Falls, traveling through the Niagara Peninsula where a professional guide directs you to the sights of the region. Upon arrival at the falls, hop onto the Maid of the Mist and cruise to the base of the Horseshoe falls, where you can have a great view of the water. Finish your tour with a visit to a local winery.
Mix alcohol and the past with a beer makes history better tour. Stop by at three pubs and sample each bar’s unique selection of beer, then go walking through St. Lawrence Market to purchase some of the finest Canadian delicacies. Find out the conjoined history of Canadian beer and Toronto, back in the time when it was known as York. End your tour in the Distillery District, an old industrial park and whiskey factory that now is an eclectic cultural and artistic center.
Satisfy your gustatory needs with a trip to Hard Rock Cafe Toronto, where you can have lunch or dinner at a restaurant filled with rock memorabilia, great food and refreshing drinks. Hard Rock Café is located within the huge Eaton Center, so you’re right next to a great place for shopping.