Things to do

Discover the best things to do and enchanting places to visit in Toronto. Explore attractions in Toronto now and start planning your next trip to Toronto.

 
Tourist attractions in Toronto.

311

5555 Steeles Ave E, Scarborough

Day light hours

Explore the large park, stroll the boardwalk and watch trumpeter swans, waterfowls enjoying a swim in the pond. Take a hike, or a run on the paved trails around park and enjoy the beautiful scenery. The park has landscaped gardens with gazeboes and water features. Read More >>

416-476-3836

333 Lakeshore Boulevard East, Downtown, Toronto

Seasonal/ May/June Weekends Only July August 7 days a week, Sept/Oct Weekends

A Pirate’s Life provides interactive ‘pirate life’ theatrical experience with a boat cruise in a look-a-like 45 foot pirate ship around the Toronto Islands. Join the scurvy crew and live the Pirate Life: Adventure, Theatre and Cruise. Read More >>

416-392-CITY (2489)

201 Guildwood Parkway Toronto M1P 4N7

Day Light Hours

A beautiful sculptural garden located along the Scarborough Bluffs, Guildwood Park, was home to Rosa Breithaupt Hewetson & Spencer Clark, who were patrons of arts and preservationists. They acquired architectural remnants from lots of demolished buildings of early 2oth century and showcased it in the gardens. Read More >>

416-923-1171

1 Austin Terrace, Toronto

Open Daily. Closed Dec 25

The House on the Hill, Casa Loma was the residence of Sir Henry Mill Pellatt, a Canadian Financier. The mansion, which was the largest private residence of the era, was built from 1911 – 1914. Read More >>

416.586.8000

100 Queen's Park, Toronto, ON M5S 2C6

Year Round, Closed December 25

The Royal Ontario Museum is among the world’s leading museums of natural history, and of world cultures. The ROM offers an unusual breadth of experience to visitors and scholars from around the world. The ground floor houses galleries devoted to World Cultures. Read More >>

(705) 446-0256

Scenic Caves Road, The Blue Mountains

Seasonal activities: May to October (green season), Nov/Dec to Mar/Apr (winter season)

Established in 1932, Scenic Caves Nature Adventures is a natural attraction offering year-round seasonal outdoor adventures for all ages. A tourism award-winning experience, it is both a Canadian Signature Experience and an Ontario Signature Experience, designated by the Canadian Tourism Commission. Read More >>

Ontario Science Centre

416-696-1000

770 Don Mills Road, Toronto, ON M3C 1T3

Year round, Closed Dec 25.

The Ontario Science Centre delights, informs, and challenges the communities it serve. The Science Centre enriches people’s lives and their understanding through engagement with science of local, national and global relevance, and serves as a public centre for innovative thinking and provocative dialogue in science and technology. Read More >>

905-727-8954

14732 Woodbine Avenue, Gormley

Year Round, Hours Vary.

Experience the local lifestyle of the 19th Century through the Museum’s heritage buildings. The Museum’s guided tour takes you through the Log Cabin, Barn (open end of May to mid October), the Victorian Farmhouse, Bogarttown Schoolhouse and the new permanent exhibit in the Vandorf Public School (opening end of 2015). Read More >>

Dangerous Lagoon, Ripley's Aquarium of Canada

647 351 3474

288 Bremner Boulevard Toronto, ON M5V 3L9

365 days a year, 09:00 AM - 11:00 PM

Opened on October 16, 2013, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada is the newest attraction in the heart of downtown Toronto, next to the CN Tower. At Canada’s largest indoor aquarium, spread over 12,500 sq m (135,000 sq. Read More >>

905-832-7000

9580 Jane Street, Vaughan

Seasonal: May to October

It’s really no wonder that Canada’s Wonderland is Canada’s premiere amusement park. It’s where families come to spend quality time with each other and their good friends, g-forces. Read More >>

311

5 Glen Everest Rd, Toronto

Year Round, Daily

Once a 40 acre Rumph farm, overlooking Scarborough Bluffs, the Rosetta McClain Garden was the property of Rosetta, daughter of Thomas McDonald West, owner and operator of J. & J. Taylor Limited, Toronto Safe Works. Read More >>

(905)713-6038

195 Rouge Hills Drive, Toronto

Year Round

Rouge River that flows from Oak Ridges Moraine to Lake Ontario, forms the provincially significant wetland, Lower Rouge Marsh at it southern end – where it meets Lake Ontario. Past the marsh, the Rouge river flows into Lake Ontario through a sandy channel. Read More >>

647 852 6444

585 Dundas St. East, 3rd Floor, Toronto, ON M5A 2B7

Year Round

About Urban Capers Scavenger Hunts, Toronto, Canada Urban Capers Scavenger Hunts offer up history and culture, colourful characters and local folklore while teams compete to find answers to tricky and humourous questions. Read More >>

Port Union Waterfront Park

311

105 Bridgend Street, Toronto

Year round

The Port Union Waterfront Park was built as part of revitalization of Toronto’s Waterfront by Toronto and Region Conservation Authority. The 3.8 km Port Union waterfront trail runs across the entire length of this linear 13.5 hectares park. Read More >>

311

61 Undercliff Dr , Toronto

Year round

Scarborough Bluffs Park is one of the many parks located along the geographical feature – the bluffs along the shoreline of Lake Ontario in Scarborough. Enjoy a nice walk along the trails bordering the bluffs enjoying views of Lake Ontario, and wild flowers in the meadows. Read More >>

416-360-7765

Brookfield Place, 30 Yonge Street Toronto

Year round, Closed January 1, December 25 and annual Induction Day.

The Hall of Fame offers something for everyone: the finest collection of hockey artifacts at all levels of play from around the world; state-of-the-art games where you can face-off against life-size, animated versions of today’s top players in a model rink; themed exhibits dedicated to the game’s greatest players, teams… Read More >>

416-394-8543

151 Elmcrest Road, Toronto

Daily, 10:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Centennial Park conservatory, situated in Centennial park was built in 1960’s, as part of federal government’s plan to commemorate Canada’s 100th birthday. The conservatory has an area of 120000 sq. ft and is run by City of Toronto with the help of Friends of Centennial Park Conservatory. Read More >>

905.683.8401

2365 Concession Road 6 Greenwood, ON L0H 1H0

Open from June until Labour Day

Nestled on the banks of Duffins Creek, Pickering Museum Village is the largest living history pioneer village in Durham Region, consisting of 19 heritage buildings from 1810-1920, gardens, and orchards. Discover a blacksmith’s shop, a general store, a steam barn, a chapel and more. Read More >>

Ashbridges Bay Park Toronto

416-392-CITY (2489)

Lake Shore Boulevard East, Toronto

Year Round

Named after Sarah Ashbridge,a British loyalist from Philadelphia, Ashbridge’s Bay Park was once part of a 5 sq. km marsh on the Don River Delta, which was one of the largest wetlands in eastern Canada. Read More >>