Toronto's Must-See Attractions and Activities Are Always Amazing

Get your walking shoes on, because we have some amazing attractions & activities for you to see in Toronto.

There are some that you may expect, such as the omnipresent CN Tower. Right in the vicinity is the former Skydome, which has retained its impressive retracting dome but gained the less memorable name of the Roger's Centre.

If you are the mood for some serious shopping, get out of your mall mentality and check out two of Toronto's unique shopping districts: West Queen West and Kensington Market. Your souvenirs will never look the same. There is also the pedestrian-only historic Distillery District with old-world charm infused in its many shops and restaurants.

If nature is your forte and city-living is taking some getting used to, there are some pockets of Toronto that will satisfy your craving for the green side of life. High Park is 400 acres of public space with glorious historical buildings peppered throughout. The Toronto Islands offer a rare view of Toronto with Lake Ontario rippling in front of the city skyline. Come with a bike to enjoy one of the car-free islands.

The Art Gallery of Ontario or the Royal Ontario Museum are world class ways to get your culture fix. 

Whatever type of entertainment you seek, Toronto is more than happy to oblige. 

Rogers Centre

Formerly the SkyDome, this breathtaking facility is home to the Toronto Blue Jays and right in the heart of downtown. The Rogers Centre has the world's fastest retractable dome, which can help keep unexpected rain from dampening your day. To...  Read More

Getting to the Toronto Islands takes just a 10-minute ferry ride, but it transports you to an entirely different world. The small, interconnected Toronto islands provide a wonderful escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. These islands...  Read More


Toronto is not exactly the first place you go when you get a craving for a castle. However, in the middle of an upscale neighbourhood right near downtown Toronto, there is a majestic castle which was built in 1911 by a Canadian industrialist. It...  Read More


The CN Tower is the ubiquitous symbol of Toronto. Yet it is much more than the world's tallest towering building. It provides a terrific perspective of the city, with a glass floor that can bring out acrophobia in anyone by being 1/3 of a...  Read More

The Art Gallery of Ontario, with its high ceilings, light spaces and spiral staircases could be considered art even without the paintings on the walls. However, the official art is indeed amazing, from the exhibitions to the galleries. The Group...  Read More

West Toronto

High Park is Toronto's version of Central Park in New York. Toronto's largest 400 acre public park has been the jewel in Toronto's park system with historical buildings, amazing hiking trails, a free zoo and playgrounds. A park highlight is...  Read More

Royal Ontario Museum

The Royal Ontario Museum is not to be missed, and you also literally cannot miss it. The main entrance to one of North America's oldest museums, the ROM reopened in 2007; a stunning piece of architecture made from glass and aluminum resembling a...  Read More

Mid Queen West was the hippest address in town in the 1990s. In the 2000s the trend has been to move West. West Queen West is where creativity and community have come to reside. With great Toronto classic hangouts like the Drake Hotel, there are...  Read More

When you first find your way in between Spadina and Bathurst and then in between College and Dundas in Toronto, you may feel that you haven't found anything special at first. However, as you start your walking journey throughout Kensington...  Read More

Toronto's Distillery Historic District began in 1859 as the site of the Gooderham and Worts whiskey distillery. 100 years later, the distillery was producing nearly half of the total volume of spirits in the province of Ontario, making it one of...  Read More


Meet Courtney Sunday

Courtney Sunday has lived in England, Switzerland, Canada and the US, finding her way into the professions of freelance writing and yoga teaching in between travel opportunities. She learned...  More About Courtney