Ice hockey is more than just a sport in Canada – it's a way of life. The official national pastime is placed on a high pedestal, much the same as football in Spain, rugby in New Zealand and cricket in England and Australia.
The Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto is... more »
While Toronto is home to more than 1,500 parks and around 600 kilometres of nature trails, High Park is the city's largest. Its most defining feature is a beautiful maple leaf-shaped flower bed – an iconic Canadian symbol that both adorns the national flag and lends its name to Toronto's... more »
With more than a century of art and culture under its belt, the Royal Ontario Museum is one of the largest and most impressive museums in North America.
Its 40 galleries of art, archaeology and natural science are home to more than six million individual objects, including impressive installations from an... more »
Piercing the Toronto skyline with its impressive spire, the CN Tower is easily the most defining feature in Ontario's provincial capital. Far more than simply a telecommunications tower, the CN Tower, located right in the heart of Downtown Toronto, is an iconic landmark celebrated across the Great White North.
At around 40 years... more »
The AGO is hard to miss: the monumental glass and titanium facade designed by Toronto native son Frank Gehry hovering over the main building is a stunning beauty. Near the entrance, you'll find visitors of all ages climbing in and around Henry Moore's large Two Forms sculpture, on the corner... more »
The tallest freestanding tower in the Western Hemisphere, this landmark stretches 1,815 feet and 5 inches high and marks Toronto with its distinctive silhouette. The CN Tower is tall for a reason: prior to the opening of this telecommunications tower in 1976, so many tall buildings had been built over... more »
Both a lovely landmark and an excellent place to sample Canadian bacon, this market was originally built in 1844 as the first true Toronto city hall. The building now has an exhibition hall upstairs—the Market Gallery—where the council chambers once stood. The food market, which began growing up around the... more »