Royal Ontario Museum
Celebrating its centennial in 2014, the multidisciplinary ROM is Canada's biggest natural history museum and one of the largest museums...
Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art
Opposite the Royal Ontario Museum, the Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art was founded by philanthropists. Spread over three floors,...
Bata Shoe Museum
It's important in life to be well shod, a stance the Bata Shoe Museum takes seriously. Impressively designed by architect Raymond...
Swanky and priced to match, come to the city's highest licensed patio for arguably Toronto's best views outside the CN Tower. It's in...
Morton's the Steakhouse
If you like steak and don't find what you get here absolutely to your liking, we'd be extremely surprised if they didn't rectify the...
100 Queen's Park · interesting places nearby
Toronto's Royal Ontario Museum organizes irregular special events tours with educated, informative guides around historical, cultural and architectural themes. Full-day tours although pricey can be worth the expense if the subject matter falls in your sphere of interest.