Between the NHL’s Toronto Maple Leafs and the NBA’s Raptors, there are a whole lotta sports going on in here. Score!
Not only is this gallery loaded with every type of art, it’s full of hands-on activities where you can make a mess and create some art of your own.
You’ll want to step on over to this museum, full of shoes from every culture, time and style you can imagine… plus more than a few celebrity kicks, too.
Toronto’s newest stadium is home to soccer (Toronto FC) and football (the Argonauts). Last year it was expanded to seat almost 30,000 people!
This theme park is jam packed with high-flying, hair-raising coasters and thrill rides. And that’s just for starters!
This huge castle was once a private home, but now it’s an attraction where you can make-believe you’re in a magical kingdom.
Completed in 1976, nothing says “Toronto” like the CN Tower, the tallest freestanding structure in the Western Hemisphere!
Your parents get to shop and you get to ride a train, go rock climbing and even bump some bumper cars. (We think everyone’s happier this way.)
Back in the late 1700s, this fort was Toronto’s main defense against invaders. Watch the costumed Fort York Guard perform drills and fire gunpowder rifles.
Take a walk along the waterfront or check out the summer camps, festivals, sweet treats and free concerts.
If you love hockey, then this is your place. The greatest collection of hockey artifacts and activities in the world!
Watch a Lego action movie in a theatre that snows, visit miniature Lego cities and build with more bricks than you’ve ever seen.
Electricity, outer space, wildlife, gravity: find the answers to all the mysteries of this planet… and even a few others.
There are video games. And then there’s Playdium, complete with every arcade game you could want to play, a Laser Maze and go-karts.
From a giant octopus and glowing jellies to stingrays you can pet, this brand-new aquarium is jaw-dropping in every way.
Home run! This is where baseball’s Toronto Blue Jays play. The stadium also has a gigantic domed roof that can open and close.
Yep, it has dinosaurs, but that’s just the start. Mummies, meteorites, suits of armour, and so much more await you.
These islands have it all: beaches, parks, biking trails and an amusement park called Centreville. The short ferry ride there is pretty fun, too.
Learn about the trains that crisscrossed Ontario, then ride the museum’s own mini-train around the grounds.
This huge, sprawling zoo has nearly every animal you can think of… and a bunch more you never knew existed!