Major Attractions

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High Park Free Community Zoo

Toronto is home to a rare free family fun gem, High Park Zoo. While it began with just deer in 1893, this community zoo has expanded to include several other areas to home animals around the world. It’s gates are open daily from 7 am until dusk, for locals and
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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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Play and Learn at The Ontario Science Centre

The Ontario Science Centre encourages and inspires people of all ages to learn (through hands-on play) how to be an everyday scientist. There are over 500 exhibits to explore, both seasonal and permanent, including Toronto’s only public planetarium. Included with your admission, get an up-close view of science in action
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Meet Animals From Around The World at The Toronto Zoo

The Toronto Zoo is Canada’s largest zoo and has been a long standing favourite of families across the country, and for good reason! A day at the zoo perfectly blends fun, learning and activity for all ages. There are 4 main pavilions to visit, which are home to animals from
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The Good Ol’ Hockey Hall of Fame

Hockey fans of all ages will appreciate a day spent exploring the good ol’ Hockey Hall of Fame in downtown Toronto! This iconic Canadian sport is celebrated in every corner of this 65,000 square feet space. It boasts artifacts, trophies, themed exhibits, a merchandise store and even the infamous Stanley
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Go on an Underwater Adventure at Ripley’s Aquarium

The ultimate underwater adventure awaits your family at Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada in the heart of downtown Toronto! Ripley’s features 9 unique galleries that showcase both Canadian and exotic aquatic animals. In total, there are over 20,000 creatures under their roof! Not to mention that they are home to  North
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Indian River Reptile And Dinosaur Park

Indian River Reptile And Dinosaur Park,  the short drive-through attraction in Ontario’s cottage country (about 20 minutes from Peterborough) poses dinosaur figures along a short course, so families can tour through the dinos contact-free (with the dinos or other people!) This COVID-19 safe attraction was developed to help support the
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