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Major Attractions

Major Attractions Category

Toronto’s major attractions run the gamut of amusement parks, zoos, museums and water parks – there’s something for everyone!

Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada: Family Sleepover

At Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, you can actually sleep with the fishes at their Family Sleepover event! Sleepovers include the chance to spend a night sleeping in the Dangerous Lagoon tunnel, admission for the evening and all through the following day, an activity in the classroom, and a late-night snack
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Cool Buildings Toronto
20 Cool Buildings to Discover in Downtown Toronto

Some people may think that Toronto is like Lego Batman (it only works in black and very dark grey) but amongst the concrete and glass of the business district and the green of parks and playgrounds strewn all around town, there are various interesting architectural icons and historical gems to
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African Lion Safari
African Lion Safari Wildlife Park

Visiting the African Lion Safari in Hamilton is a unique experience that combines both entertainment and education. This environmentally conscience wildlife park offers a variety of experiences. These include a drive through among the the animals, walk through exhibits, boat cruise, walking trails and more. Get closer than you ever
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Legoland Discovery Centre
LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Toronto is open!

LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Toronto at Vaughan Mills is a must-visit for families with young kids in the GTA. LEGOLAND provides the ultimate indoor playground for kids ages 3 to 10, with interactive activities that spark creativity and promote fun. Fill your visit with brick building, car racing, amusement rides and
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Black Creek Pioneer Village
Black Creek Pioneer Village

Black Creek Pioneer Village offers it all: activities, food, fun and learning that will engage and entertain the whole family. This recreated 1860’s village is one of those rare and special places that provides an authentic historical experience. It is also now easily accessible by TTC near the new Pioneer
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Little Canada is a Small Museum with Big Plans

Little Canada hopes to prove that great attractions come in extremely small packages. It’s the brainchild of lifelong model railroad enthusiast Jean-Louis Brenninkmeijer, who fell so in love with Canada when he emigrated from Europe that he came up with the amazing idea of recreating Canada’s wonders in miniature form.
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Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory
Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory

A world of butterflies like you’ve never seen before, freely flying in a tropical garden. Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory is just as magical as it sounds, and a great low-key outing for families. There are guided tours and programs included with admission to help you make the most of your visit,
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Fort York Toronto
Fort York National Historic Site

Discover the history of Fort York in the heart of downtown Toronto. Fort York offers tours, exhibits, period settings, and seasonal demonstrations to educate and engage people of all ages. The Fort was used to house soldiers of the British Army and the Canadian militia in the 19th century, and
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Reptilia Zoo
A World of Reptiles at Reptilia Zoo

Go beyond the traditional animals found at local zoos by exploring the world of reptiles at Reptilia Zoo! Choose between two locations, in either Whitby and Vaughan. These facilities feature over 250 animals, including reptiles, amphibians and arachnids. Not only do you get to see the animals, but also engage
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Royal Ontario Museum
Explore Art, Culture and History at Royal Ontario Museum

The Royal Ontario Museum is the biggest, most popular museum in Canada!  You must see it in person to truly appreciate all that it offers. Along with displaying art, history and cultural pieces in various galleries, they also offer interactive programming to enhance your experience. The CIBC Discovery Gallery is the
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