4 mentions in Must go places in Toronto?
Kate M. said, "...Oh wow! So many options, whether you've been here before or not. There's the Art Gallery of Ontario, Royal Ontario Museum, CN Tower, Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, Distillery District, Chinatown, and Casa Loma. West Queen Street West was just named the 2nd hippest..." See More
Zishan A. said, "...International Film Festival, Caribana, Beaches Jazz Festival, Taste of the Danforth, Buskerfest, and many more!) Rainy days could hit up the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Royal Ontario Museum, or the Ontario Science Centre. Amusement parks such as Canada's Wonderland or (towards the..." See More
Kim D. said, "...the heart of the city which is gorgeous. With an endless supply of museums and galleries the two big ones are Art Gallery of Ontario which is not to be missed and the Royal Ontario Museum both stunning and personal favourites as a local...." See More
2 mentions in Family of five heading to Toronto. What should we do?
Stew N. said, "...Ripley's Aquarium but it is sort of pricey ($30 for adult and $20 for youth). There's also the museum and the Art Gallery of Ontario to do as a family. We have the Distillery District which is a very old style area with lots..." See More
Mein C. said, "...www.textilemuseum.ca – located behind City Hall, 55 Centre Ave (dwntwn area), Family (5 with max 2 adults) $30 Wed PWYC 5pm-8pm Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) www.ago.net (dwntwn area)– has a Family pass, Wed 6pm-8:30 pm you can see their permanent collection only for..." See More
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1 mention in Cultural Attractions?
Carolann H. said, "...how old the infant is. Within the city there is, as mentioned, the Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, as well as the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Royal Ontario Museum which often host children's areas and activities, Harbourfront Centre also frequently has festivals and..." See More
Marie-France R. said, "...You can also rent bicycles. If it's raining, you could try the new Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, Royal Ontario Museum, or Art Gallery of Ontario. For a different atmosphere, head out to the Distillery District which is a pedestrianized zone lined with historical..." See More
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