Church and Wellesley

The Village

Toronto's gay village dates back to the 19th and early 20th century when part of the neighborhood was owned by merchant Alexander Wood, known to be a homosexual and...

  • Cultural & Historical
  • Food & drink
  • Neighborhood
  • 5
  • 1

Royal Ontario Museum

Queen's Park

One of the largest museums in North America, this natural history museum located in Toronto's Queen's Park area features more than forty galleries and six million...

  • Museum
  • 4.3
  • 2

Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives

The Village

Boasting as the largest independent LGBTQ archives in the world, The Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives is located in the Gay Village and features an...

  • Museum
  • Other
  • Cultural & Historical

Aga Khan Museum

North York

This recently-opened museum of Islamic arts and culture located in Toronto's North York district contains over 1,000 artifacts housed in an impressive 10,000...

  • Cultural & Historical
  • Museum
  • Art

Bata Shoe Museum

Downtown

Exhibiting footwear from around the world and across 4,500 years of history, this unique museum in downtown Toronto is one of the few institutions in the world...

  • Museum
  • Other

Nathan Phillips Square

Downtown

Nathan Phillips Square is an urban plaza situated in downtown Toronto and is the site of Toronto's City Hall.  Featuring a winter ice skating rink, outdoor...

  • Walking
  • Park
  • Various

CN Tower

Waterfront

Boasting as the tallest free-standing structure in the Western Hemisphere, this world-famous tower in downtown Toronto is 1,815.4 feet tall.  Originally built...

  • Architecture
  • Food & drink
  • 5
  • 2

Niagara Falls

Located 130 kilometres from Toronto, the world-famous Niagara Falls is a great place to get a break from the city and see some natural beauty. These three immense...

  • Outdoor Adventure
  • 5
  • 1

Blue Jays Baseball

Downtown

For an evening of typical Torontonian fun, take the kids out to see the Blue Jays, Canada's professional baseball team. Housed in the Rogers Center in downtown

  • Other
  • 4.5
  • 1

Casa Loma

Forest Hill

Considered one of Canada's own "majestic castles" Casa Loma is a Gothic-style mansion located in Toronto's Forest Hill nieghbourhood. Built at the turn of the 20th...

  • Cultural & Historical
  • 5
  • 1

Kensington Market

Kensington Market

Nestled in the heart of Toronto, this historic outdoor mall and market features an eclectic, artsy array of second-hand and vintage stores. With over 50 cafes,...

  • Outdoor Plaza
  • 5
  • 1

Queen Street West

Queen Stree West

Toronto hipsters flock to Queen Street West daily, on the hunt for the latest urban wear. Rivaling the Gay Village as "Toronto's other gaybourhood," Queen West is...

  • Neighborhood
  • 5
  • 1

Ripley's Aquarium

Downtown

Take the whole family out to visit North America's longest underwater viewing tunnel. Situated just south of the CN Tower in downtown Toronto, this brand new

  • Other
  • Zoo
  • 5
  • 1

Eaton Center

Downtown

With a robust core of 230 shops, The Eaton Center in downtown Toronto is one of Canada's largest commercial centers. At two full city blocks of historical...

  • Commercial Center

High Park

For some urban natural beauty, pay a visit to High Park, Toronto's largest public park. If you're visiting in the summer, check out "Shakespeare in the Park," High

  • Park

Alexander Wood Statue

The Village

Considered a "forefather of Toronto's modern gay community," this statue situated in the heart of the Gay Village commemorates Alexander Wood,  an early settler...

  • Cultural & Historical
  • Other

Yorkville

Yorkville

For the trendy traveller, Yorkville is the place to go. Located in downtown Toronto, this historic neighbourhood is home to a sophisticated variety of upscale

  • Neighborhood

Chinatown

Chinatown

If you're on a budget, Chinatown is a great place to find some deals. Only a couple blocks away from Toronto's historic Kensington Market, this diverse

  • Neighborhood
  • Neighborhood
  • 3.3
  • 1

The Science Center

North York

Located 11 kilometres northeast of downtown Toronto, The Science Center features several hundred interactive and non-interactive exhibits on astronomy, geology,...

  • Museum
  • 3
  • 1

Distillery District

Downtown

This pedestrian-only, 19th century historic village in downtown Toronto features an array of upscale shops, galleries, restaurants and cafes. Designated a National...

  • Neighborhood
  • Cultural & Historical

Niagara-On-The-Lake

Niagara-On-The-Lake

Located 132 kilometers south of Toronto in the heart of wine country, Niagara-On-The-Lake is a charming, historic town offering an abundance of tasteful souvenir

  • Other

Hanlan's Point

Toronto Island

This clothing-optional beach, which is only the second of its kind in Canada, is a local favourite among Toronto's LGBTQ crowd. Situated on the Toronto Islands,

  • Nude beach
  • Water fun

Hot Docs Cinema

The Annex

Formerly called the Bloor Cinema, this historic movie theater located in Toronto's downtown Annex district houses the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary

  • Cinema

Queens Qay Terminal

Harbourfront

Situated along Toronto's harbour, this outdoor commercial center features everything from lakeside dining to local boutiques, souvenir shops, and art...

  • Outdoor Plaza

Algonquin Park

Algonquin Park

This Provincial Park, situated 264 kilometres from Toronto, encompasses 7,653 square kilometres of forested park, numerous lakes, and a wide variety of wildlife....

  • Water fun
  • Walking
  • Outdoor Adventure
  • Park
  • Natural Attraction
  • Mountain biking
  • Hiking
  • Bicycle
  • Excursions

Allan Gardens

Downtown

Just east of Church Street, this urban sanctuary in downtown Toronto features five greenhouses filled with rare tropical plants. With free admission and seasonal...

  • Park
  • Other

Art Gallery of Ontario

Downtown

With art work ranging from the contemporary period to the 1st century, the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), located in downtown Toronto is one of the most renowned art...

  • Cultural & Historical
  • Museum
  • Art

Black Creek Pioneer Village

North York

This heritage museum offers an immersive, interactive experience geared towards teaching kids about the lifestyles and customs of Toronto's early European community....

  • Other
  • Museum
  • Cultural & Historical

Blue Mountain Village

Collingwood

Located 155 kilometres north of Toronto, Blue Mountain Village is an alpine skiing resort. Also open during the summer for hiking and biking, Blue Mountain is a

  • Hiking

Bluffer's Park Beach

Scarborough

Offering cliff views and a long, sandy beach, Bluffer's Beach is a favourite picnic spot among Torontonians. Located in the Scarborough district in the eastern part

  • Wild beach
  • Water fun
  • Walking