Must-see attractions in Entertainment & Financial Districts

  • Toronto Cityscape with CN Tower and view of Lake Ontario
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    CN Tower

    Entertainment & Financial Districts

    Dominating Toronto's skyline, the CN Tower is a marvel. At a height of 553 metres, the communications spire stands over the city like a beacon. Queues can…

  • Toronto, Canada - September 5, 2015: Front facade of the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto, Ontario, a building dedicated to the history of ice hockey and home to the Stanley Cup.
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    Hockey Hall of Fame

    Entertainment & Financial Districts

    The mecca of Canada's national sport, the Hockey Hall of Fame is a Canadian institution. Even those unfamiliar with the rough, super-fast sport are likely…

  • 05/17/10 - TORONTO, ONTARIO - Open doors for Chris Hume column.  401 Richmond Street West. Rick Madonik/Toronto Star.

    401 Richmond

    Entertainment & Financial Districts

    Inside an early-20th-century lithographer's warehouse, restored in 1994, this 18,500-sq-meter New York–style artists collective hums with the creative…

  • NOVEMBER 15, 2018: A man holds his son up to see the sand tiger shark inside Ripley's Aquarium of Canada.
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    Ripley's Aquarium of Canada

    Entertainment & Financial Districts

    Arguably one of Toronto's best attractions for both young and old, it has more than 16,000 aquatic animals and 5.7 million liters of water in the combined…

  • Graffiti Alley

    Entertainment & Financial Districts

    Possibly the most popular place to check out street art in Toronto (and there are many), this back alley has a magnificent collection of colorful murals…

  • Rogers Centre

    Entertainment & Financial Districts

    Technically awe-inspiring, the Rogers Centre opened in 1989 with the world's first fully retractable dome roof and seating for up to 53,500 people. Tours…

  • Toronto Railway Museum

    Entertainment & Financial Districts

    Located in Toronto's historic John Street Roundhouse, this tiny museum tells Toronto's history of railway with artifacts, photos and even a train…

  • TD Gallery of Inuit Art

    Entertainment & Financial Districts

    A quiet pause amid the bustle of the Financial District, the TD Gallery of Inuit Art provides an exceptional insight into Inuit culture. Just beyond the…

  • Design Exchange

    Entertainment & Financial Districts

    The original Toronto Stock Exchange now houses eye-catching industrial-design exhibits. The permanent collection of this rather tiny museum includes more…