5 different free tours throughout the year, with the Downtown Toronto tour and Old Town History Tour running year-round.
Every major city's favourite bus tour
Take a walk or cycle along the boardwalk and enjoy the views. Rent a canoe or kayak
You won't be able to miss it - sitting at 553m high, it was the worlds tallest free standing structure until the Burj Khalifa surpassed it. Walk around the base (free), take an elevator upto the observation deck, dine in the revolving tower or....do the Edge Walk!
Located at the base of the CN Tower, Canada's premier pilsner. Tours start all day and last about an hour.
A run down area that was re-developed into a cool pedestrian area with cute shops, coffee joints and breweries
A very popular park in downtown Toronto. Grab lunch at one of the many restaurants in Little Italy, Kensington or Chinatown before chilling out and people watching!
Hop on a ferry ($8 adult return) for a 15 min trip to the Toronto Islands! Rent a bike (single, tandem or quadricycle) and cycle around the island, lay on the beach, go for a swim, have a bbq or have a cold beer in one of the local bars. All before heading back to downtown Toronto (ferrys generally leave every 15-30 mins)
Catch a game at the Rogers Centre and cheer on the Jays
Visit Ripley's Aquarium and immerse yourself in a world of 20000 aquatic animals and discover your own underwater adventure at Ripley's Aquarium of Canada!
Canada’s largest and most comprehensive museum home to 13 million artworks, cultural objects and natural history specimens. Every Friday in June they host "Friday Night Live" whereby the museum is turned into a bar/nightclub - view the art work with a drink in hand
Toronto is known for its food quality and diversity - take a food tour to try some local bites