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Toronto Attractions

What to See and Do in Toronto


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WHAT TO SEE & DO TORONTO ATTRACTIONS


MUSEUMS

The Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto houses one of Canada's premier art collections
Art Gallery of Ontario

Art Gallery of Ontario
317 Dundas St. West
416-979-6649
www.ago.net

Engine Gallery
1112 Queen St. W.
& 55 Mill St., Building #55
416-531-9905
www.enginegallery.ca

Henry Moore Sculptural Centre
Art Gallery of Ontario
317 Dundas St. West
416-979-6649
www.ago.net

Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art
111 Queen’s Park
416-586-8080
www.gardinermuseum.on.ca

A totem pole at the Royal Ontario Museum in Canada
Royal Ontario Museum

Royal Ontario Museum
100 Queen’s Park at Avenue Road
416-586-8000
www.rom.on.ca

Sandra Ainsley Gallery
55 Mill St.
416-214-9490
www.sandraainsleygallery.com

Stephen Bulger Gallery
1026 Queen St. W.
416-504-0575
www.bulgergallery.com

ATTRACTIONS

The CN Tower in Toronto is one of the world's tallest buildings
CN Tower

CN Tower
301 Front St. W.
416-868-6937
www.cntower.ca

Black Creek Pioneer Village
1000 Murray Ross Pkwy
Vaughan, ON
416-736-1733
www.blackcreek.ca


Bruce Bell Walking Tours
647-393-8687
www.brucebelltours.ca

Centre Island
Toronto Islands
416-203-0405
www.toronto.ca/parks/island

Chinatown
Stretched along Dundas West and up Spadina Avenue.

Ferry at Westin Harbour Castle
www.toronto.ca/parks/island/ferry-schedule.htm
The Toronto Ferry Docks is located at the foot of Bay St. and Queens Quay, just west of the Westin Harbour Castle Hotel.

Greektown on the Danforth
Danforth Ave. between Chester and Jones Ave.

Harbourfront Centre
235 Queens Quay W.
416-973-4000
www.harbourfrontcentre.com

Little Italy
College St. between Euclid Ave and Shaw St.

A unique view of the city from the Toronto Islands
Toronto Island Ferry

Ontario Place
955 Lake Shore Blvd. W.
416-314-9900 or 866-ONE-4-FUN
(866-663-4386)
www.ontarioplace.com

Ontario Science Centre
770 Don Mills Rd.
(416) 696-1000
www.ontariosciencecentre.ca

Toronto Island Ferry
9 Queen’s Quay W.
416-392-8193
www.toronto.ca/parks

SHOPPING

Abitare Design Inc.
234 King St. E.
416-363-1667

The Flatiron Building in Toronto's Distillery District
Flatiron Building in the Distillery District

The Distillery District
55 Mill Street at Parliament St.
416-364-1177
www.thedistillerydistrict.com

Fluf
881 Queen St. W.
416-362-3583
www.fluf-design.com

Hazelton Lanes
Yorkville & Hazelton Streets
416-968-8600
www.hazeltonlanes.com

Holt Renfrew
50 Bloor St. W. (at Yonge)
416-960-2863
www.holtrenfrew.com

In Abstracto
1160 Queen St. W.
416-533-6362

Kensington Market
160 Baldwin St.
(College and Spadina area including the streets Oxford, Nassau, Baldwin, Augusta, Kensington and St. Andrew)
www.kensington-market.ca

Klaus by Nienkämper
300 King St. E.
416-362-3434
www.klausn.com

The St. Lawrence Market in Toronto
St. Lawrence Market

Quasi Modo Modern Furniture
789 Queen St. W.
416-703-8300
www.quasimodomodern.com

St. Lawrence Market
91-95 Front St. E.
416-392-7219
www.stlawrencemarket.com

This Ain’t the Rosedale Library
483 Church St.
416-929-9912
www.abebooks.com/home/thisaint

Ziggurat
56 Sherbourne St.
416-362-5900

THEATERS

Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts
145 Queen St. W
416-363-6671
www.fourseasonscentre.ca

The Princess of Wales Theatre is an important part of Toronto's world-renowned theater scene
The Princess of Wales Theatre

Mirvish Theatre Productions
The Canon Theatre
244 Victoria St.
The Princess of Wales
300 King St. W.
Royal Alexandra
260 King St. W.
www.mirvish.com
Tickets for all Mirvish theaters: TicketKing
416-872-1212 or 800-461-3333

T.O. Tix
40 Dundas St. W.
416-979-9960
 www.totix.ca

General Theater Information
www.toronto-theatre.com

CLUBS

Rex Hotel & Jazz Blues Bar
194 Queen St. We.
416-598-2475
www.therex.ca

The Rex Hotel & Jazz Blues Bar is a popular spot for live music in Toronto
Rex Hotel & Jazz Blues Bar
C'Est What
67 Front St. East
416-867-9499

Chicago's Diner
335 Queen St. West
416-977-2904

Reservoir Lounge
52 Wellington Street East
416-955-0887

Orbit Room
580A College St.
416-535-0613

Wicked Club
1032 Queen St. W.
416-669-5582
www.wickedclub.com

Woody’s/Sailor
465-467 Church St.
416-972-0887
www.woodystoronto.com

Ultra Supper Club
314 Queen St. W.
416-263-0330

This is London
364 Richmond St. W.
416-351-1100

Crocodile Rock
240 Adelaide St. W.
416-599-9751

General Jazz Club Information
torontojazz.com


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