Attractions in Toronto

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Toronto possesses a diversity of interesting places to visit.

Go downtown and experience the nightlife on a Friday night. There are many bars, lounges, nightclubs and cafes to cater to your needs. You can have a great time anywhere on Adelaide, or Richmond St. Dont forget to Speak your mind at SPEAKERS CORNER  Much Music Building on Queen St & John St . Its a very diverse city to explore .There are ethnic areas such as 'Little Italy and Portugal, Not to mention the Greeks on Danforth Ave.

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Rogers Centre Tour

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Preparing for gameday
Preparing for gameday
photo by: James Saunders

The Rogers Stadium, home of the Toronto Blue Jays and a whole host of other sports teams offers a wonderful tour of bits and pieces you wouldn’t usually get to see game day. And if you’re lucky you’ll get a really enthusiastic and endearing guide who’ll make the whole thing that little extra special.

It’s more of a “tour experience” rather than just a “tour” they’ll explain. Of course there are the usual exhibits upon entering. A potted history followed by the stadium’s greatest moments. Wait at the roped off area for the real good stuff to more..

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tel:(416) 341-1707
url:www.rogerscentre.com
address:One Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON M5V 1J1

The Air Canada Centre

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Air Canada Centre with Toronto Maple Leafs playing hockey
Air Canada Centre with Toronto Maple Leafs playing hockey
photo by: Joseph Hollick

The Air Canada Centre is home to the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Toronto Raptors.

The Centre also hosts concerts, family shows, and other events.

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tel:(416) 815-5500
url:www.theaircanadacentre.com
address:40 Bay St., Toronto, ON, M5J 2X2

CN Tower

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Located in the heart of Downtown Toronto, the world's tallest building (553 metres) stands between the SkyDome and the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on Front Street, just north of Bremner Blvd. Near the top, a 24 sq. metre glass floor allows visitors to watch the streets under their feet.

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url:www.cntower.ca
address:301 Front Street West Toronto ON M5V 2T6
tel:1 416 601-4741

Neighbourhoods

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There are many ethnic shopping and eating districts such as...

Gerrard India Bazaar -- Several Indian and Pakistani restaurants and fashion along Gerrard Street in the East end; Little Italy -- Fine Italian cuisine, european-style cafes, and designer fahion; and Greektown -- Along the Danforth is the best taste of Greece outside of Greece itself..

... and many more! Learn more about the many neighbourhoods that make up Toronto by clicking on the URL below.

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url:www.rethinkto.com
address:Toronto, Canada
email:welcome@rethinkto.com

Harbourside Playhouse .

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Harbourside Playhouse is a year round, professional theatre company offering patrons quality entertainment at affordable prices. Located in Port Credit, Mississauga's Village on the Lake, Harbourside Playhouse has quickly become one of Ontario's fastest growing theatres. Tel: 905 274-7345 Fax: 905 274-5630 Directions: located at Mississauga Road and Lakeshore Road West - minutes from the QEW and other major highways! Address: 161 Lakeshore Road West Mississauga ON L5H 1G3 - (View on Map) Transit Info: Mississauga Transit Route 23 (Lakeshore-Longbranch Loop)

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St. Lawrence Market

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St. Lawrence Market
St. Lawrence Market
photo by: Joseph Hollick

No trip to Toronto would be complete without a trip to the fabled St. Lawrence Market at the corner of Front Street and Jarvis Street. Built in 1850 the Market has been serving up Toronto's best selection of fresh meat and produce as well as an amazing selection of cheap lunch and dinner options. The place bustles with hungry shoppers Tuesday to Saturday, with Friday lunches an especially busy time. Check out Mustachio's in the basement and their humungous veal and eggplant sandwich ($6) - though come early and be prepared to join the queue. Open Tuesday to more..

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url:www.stlawrencemarket.com

Markham Museum & Historic Village .

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Exhibits of horse-drawn vehicles, railway cars, pioneer homes are just some of the attractions which cover 25 acres. Tel: 1 905 294-4576 Fax: 1 905 294-4590 Directions: W side of Hwy 48, 2 km N of Hwy 7 Address: 9350 Hwy 48 Markham ON L3P 3J3

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Stock Market Place .

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Visit the Toronto Stock Exchange's interactive entertainment centre in downtown Toronto. Tel: 1 416 947-4676 Fax: 1 416 814-8823 Toll Free: 1-800-729-5556 Address: 130 King St W Toronto ON M5X 1J2

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LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Toronto

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LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Toronto is made up of a series of interactive features to immerse kids into a world where their imagination can run wild with creative inspiration at every turn. This kids attraction features a whole host of exciting activities ranging from the Kingdom Quest ride to an amazing recreation of the Toronto’s most iconic buildings, the Centre not only provides fun for LEGO fans young and old, but fantastic educational benefits too.

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tel:1-855-356-2150
url:www.legolanddiscoverycentre.ca
address:1 Bass Pro Mills Drive, Vaughan, ON L4K 5W4
email:info@legolanddiscoverycentre.ca
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