Toronto Attractions: Toronto Sightseeing and Tourist Attractions

Sightseeing

  • Toronto Attractions: Toronto Sightseeing and Tourist Attractions in Ontario, Canada

Ripley's Aquarium of Canada

Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada

Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada is the newest and most anticipated attraction in the heart of downtown Toronto, next to the CN Tower.

As Canada’s largest indoor aquarium, Ripley's Aquarium welcomes you to the Waters of the World! 

  • Tickets available online ripleyaquariums.com/canada
  •  Tel: (647) 351-FISH (3474)
  • Located at the base of the CN Tower and Rogers Centre, less than a 10 minute walk from The Fairmont Royal York

Air Canada Centre & Rogers Centre

Air Canada Centre 

The home of the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Toronto Raptors is located directly across the street from The Fairmont Royal York, through Union Station and connected by an indoor walkway.

Rogers Centre 

Home of the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team and the Toronto Argonauts football team. Tours are available.

  • Tel: (416) 341-2770  rogerscentre.com
  • Located just two blocks west of The Fairmont Royal York

Casa Loma

Early 1900s, six acre home of Canadian industrialist, military officer and Edwardian Financier Sir Henry Pellatt. 

CN Tower & Harbourfront

CN Tower  
The CN Tower is 1,850 ft. high and is the world's highest, completed, freestanding structure with observation decks and restaurants. Also features interactive displays and virtual reality simulators. Check out the Tower's newest features: the Eco-Deck and the world's highest glass-floored elevator. 
  • Tel: (416) 360-8500   cntower.ca
  • Located at 301 Front Street West
Harbourfront 
 Activities all summer: boat cruises, ferry to Center Island, restaurants, patios, shops, outdoor concerts, contemporary art museum, antique and flea markets. 

Eaton Centre

The Eaton Centre is one of the city's most famous shopping complexes. 
  • Located approximately a half-mile from The Fairmont Royal York

Entertainment District & Old Town Toronto

Entertainment District

Toronto's officially designated Entertainment District is located just west of The Fairmont Royal York. This exciting neighbourhood boasts several of the city's most prominent theaters, including the Princess of Wales and the Royal Alexandra Theatres. As well, the streets of the Entertainment District contain many of the city's finest restaurants.

 

Old Town Toronto

Old Town is where Toronto began: heritage architecture, several theatres, friendly pubs, and unique shopping at the St. Lawrence Market and the King St E. collection of Home Décor shops.  Attractions also include the Hockey Hall of Fame and the Distillery District's collection of artisans, galleries and restaurants.

Metro Toronto Convention Centre

  • Located just two blocks west of The Fairmont Royal York on Front Street   
  • Tel: (416) 585-8000  

Toronto Zoo

  • Tel: (416) 392-5900 torontozoo.com
  • Located 25 miles northeast of downtown Toronto

Niagara Falls

  • The Niagara region is accessible from Toronto by rental car, one daily train or coach service   
  • Located 80 miles (130 km) southwest of downtown Toronto (1.5-hour drive)     
  • Tours are available by contacting our Concierge Desk directly

Royal Ontario Museum

The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is among the world’s leading museums of natural history and world cultures.

  • Tel: (416) 586-5549 rom.on.ca
  • Located at 100 Queens Park (Bloor Street and Avenue Road)

Art Gallery of Ontario

Founded in 1900 by a group of private citizens as the Art Museum of Toronto, the Art Gallery of Ontario is one of the largest art museums in North America, with a physical facility of 583,000 square feet. The AGO holds more than 80,000 works in its collection, which spans from 100 A.D. to the present.

  • Tel: (416) 979-6648 ago.net
  • Located at Dundas St West and University Ave

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