Attractions

Top Choice Museum in Toronto

Royal Ontario Museum

Celebrating its centennial in 2014, the multidisciplinary ROM is Canada's biggest natural history museum and one of the largest museums in North America. You'll either love or loathe the synergy between the original…
Top Choice Theater in Toronto

Elgin & Winter Garden Theatre

This restored masterpiece is the world's last operating Edwardian double-decker theater. Celebrating its centennial in 2013, the Winter Garden was built as the flagship for a vaudeville chain that never really took …
Top Choice Area in Toronto

Distillery District

Centered on the 1832 Gooderham and Worts distillery – once the British Empire's largest – the 5-hectare Distillery District is one of Toronto's best downtown attractions. Its Victorian industrial warehouses have bee…
Top Choice Tower in Toronto

CN Tower

Toronto's iconic CN Tower, a marvel of 1970s engineering, looks like a giant concrete hypodermic needle. Its function as a communications tower takes a backseat to relieving tourists of as much cash possible – ridin…
Top Choice Market in Toronto

St Lawrence Market

Old York's sensational St Lawrence Market has been a neighborhood meeting place for over two centuries. The restored, high-trussed 1845 South Market houses more than 50 specialty food stalls: cheese vendors, fishmon…
Top Choice Park in Toronto

High Park

Toronto's favorite and best-known park is a wonderful place to unfurl a picnic blanket, swim, play tennis, bike around, skate on the Grenadier Pond in the winter, or in the spring meander through the groves of cherr…
Top Choice Historic Building in Toronto

Casa Loma

Toronto's only castle may have never housed royalty, but it certainly has grandeur, lording over The Annex from a cliff that was once the shoreline of the glacial Lake Iroquois, from which Lake Ontario derived. A va…
Top Choice Museum in Toronto

Riverdale Farm

On the former site of the Riverdale Zoo, where from 1888 to 1974 prairie wolves howled at night and spooked the Cabbagetown kids, Riverdale Farm is a rural oasis in the downtown. Now a working-farm museum, it has tw…
Top Choice Gallery in Toronto

401 Richmond

Inside an early-20th-century lithographer's warehouse, restored in 1994, this 18,500-meter-sq New York–style artist collective hums with the creative vibes of 130 diverse contemporary galleries showcasing works in a…
Top Choice Museum in Toronto

Spadina Museum

Atop the Baldwin Steps, this gracious home and its Victorian-Edwardian gardens were built in 1866 as a country estate for financier James Austin and his family. Donated to the city in 1978, it became a museum in 198…