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University of Toronto

University of TorontoNearby City

4.7/5511 Reviews
School
Monday-Friday: 9:00-17:00 (extend to 19:00 on Tuesday) (Local time)
The University of Toronto located in sprawling environs in one of Canada’s premier cities is an academic center, where talent, skill and intelligence are nurtured and young men and women are inspired to achieve greatness. The University has been ranked in the top 15 in all fields of study in the Times Education Supplement 2009. With imposing buildings, lush greenery and sprawling grounds, the University of Toronto is a center of learning where students converge from all over the world. The University has three campuses: University of Toronto St. George in downtown Toronto, University of Toronto Mississauga to the west, and University of Toronto Scarborough to the east.
CN Tower

CN TowerNearby City

4.6/5665 Reviews
Observation Deck
Modern Architecture
Sun - Sat 9:00 AM - 10:30 PM (Local time)
Those with a fear of heights might want to skip the bison tenderloin at the top-floor revolving restaurant of Toronto’s CN Tower, one of the world’s tallest buildings and a Wonder of the World for the American Society of Civil Engineers. Opened in 1976, approximately two million visitors arrive per year to scoff at gravity along its glass-floored observation deck, 342 meters above the ground. The tower currently transmits television and radio entertainment for the Toronto area. More importantly for travelers, it offers some amazing views of the city, especially at night when the twinkling lights of Toronto are unveiled in panorama.
Toronto Islands

Toronto IslandsNearby City

4.6/5243 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Open all day (Local time)
The Toronto Islands offer outdoor enthusiasts a host of fun activities in which to engage. Whether you want to rent a bicycle to tour the various islands or rent canoes to explore their respective coastlines, the Toronto Islands offer you a quiet oasis in the midst of Canada’s most bustling city. Once the home of various Native American tribes, Canadians settled the islands early in the 19th century. Now the largest car-free urban area in North America, the Toronto Islands offer you a multitude of attractions, including numerous swimming beaches, the Centreville amusement park and the annual Olympic Island music festival and the Toronto International Dragon Boat Race Festival.
Casa Loma

Casa LomaNearby City

4.7/5330 Reviews
Castle
Sun - Sat 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM (Local time)
Built in 1911, Casa Roman Castle is a private mansion of the famous financier Sir Henry Pellatt. There are dozens of ornately decorated rooms in the castle, mysterious towers, deep tunnels, large horse stables, and hidden dark passages. An elegant greenhouse, and a beautiful garden built on a hill, the garden is open every summer. The medieval armor on both sides of the corridor, as well as the crackling wooden floor in the old castle, is a time-staggered feeling, as if it were in a giant mansion a hundred years ago.
Royal Ontario Museum

Royal Ontario MuseumNearby City

4.6/5316 Reviews
Museum
Sun - Sat 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM (Local time)
The glass, aluminum, and steel main entrance known as “The Crystal” is often ranked among one of the stranger-looking buildings in North America. The exterior of R.O.M. is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg when it comes to unique and interesting things to see here. Whether it’s world cultures or natural history that piques your interest; the multi-tasking museum has prehistoric mammalian fossils and ancient artifacts from around the world included in its forty galleries which contain a total of over six million items. There are hands on galleries and temporary exhibits as well. A full day can easily be spent here and you needn’t even leave for meals. There are three different dining options within the complex to choose from.
Toronto's Chinatown

Toronto's ChinatownNearby City

4.4/5228 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Open all day (Local time)
Toronto’s Chinatown ranks as one of the largest Chinatowns in North America. First settled in 1870, the neighborhood would undergo several phases of growth and face numerous threats of demolition due to its high property value. The place is now renowned for its numerous stores and restaurants. Those unaccustomed to an authentic Chinese experience would find it worthwhile to embark in some adventuring here.
Distillery Historic District

Distillery Historic DistrictNearby City

4.6/589 Reviews
Art District
Yonge Street

Yonge StreetNearby City

4.6/574 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Open all day (Local time)
Canada's Wonderland

Canada's WonderlandNearby City

4.7/562 Reviews
Theme Park
Edwards Gardens

Edwards GardensNearby City

4.6/555 Reviews
City Park
10:00-20:30 (Local time)