Distillery Historic District – Comprises more than 40 heritage buildings and holds the largest collection of Victorian era industrial architecture. Many of the buildings are occupied with unique boutiques, art galleries, restaurants, jewelery stores, cafés and coffeehouses. One of the more popular attractions is Mill Street Brewery, which creates tasty beers as pilsner and stout.
Bata Shoe Museum – This quirky museum is dedicated to the style and function of footwear in four impressive galleries. With over 10,000 pairs of shoes, displays range from different cultures from China to Egypt and even a collection of 20th century celebrity soles.
Royal Ontario Museum – With six million objects in its impressive collection, it is Canada’s biggest natural history museum. With its new eye-catching, über-modern Daniel Libeskind design, the main building is now a magnificent explosion of architectural crystals, housing six galleries, including the new “Renaissance ROM” building.
Toronto Islands – A quick ferry ride from the city centre, soak up the sun, laze on the beaches, bicycle ride, visit Centreville and the Far Enough Farm. Ontario Place – A futuristic amusement park, see a multimedia theater, a children’s theater, a high-tech exhibit, multimedia displays, and the Cinesphere – an IMAX theater.
Ontario Science Centre – The Ontario Science Centre is home to interactive experiences with science and technology to educate and inspire visitors to create a better future for our planet. 50 open ended experiences to discover new trends and innovations in science and technology.
Canada’s Wonderland – Canada’s Wonderland is Ontario’s premier theme park with over 200 attractions, 68 rides, Splash Works, great live shows and more. Due to the number of roller coasters – sixteen in total – and known for premiering a new ride
every year, Wonderland is known as one of the top roller coaster destinations in the world.
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