Here are the essential places to visit in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The selection is made using the FavRiver scoring system which takes into account the most relevant metrics and expert reviews.
Last update : Jul 11, 2019
26Royal Alexandra Theatre
The Royal Alexandra Theatre, commonly known as the Royal Alex, is a theatre in Toronto, Ontario, located near King and Simcoe Streets. Built in 1907, the 1,497-seat Royal Alex is the oldest continuously operating legitimate theatre in North America.
Royal Alexandra Theatre
27Bata Shoe Museum
The Bata Shoe Museum is a footwear museum in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, located at Bloor Street and St. George Street in the Bloor Street Culture Corridor district of Downtown Toronto. The museum collects, researches, preserves, and exhibits footwear from around the world. It offers four exhibitions, three of which are time-limited; lectures; performances; and family events. The collection contains over 13,500 items from throughout history, as well as the present. It is the only museum in North America dedicated solely to the history of footwear.
Bata Shoe Museum
28Allan Gardens
Allan Gardens (founded in 1858) is one of the oldest parks in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It has a conservatory (greenhouse), a playground and two fenced off-leash areas for dogs. It is operated by Toronto Parks who also run Centennial Park Conservatory. It is open every day of the year and is free.
Allan Gardens
29Black Creek Pioneer Village
Black Creek Pioneer Village, previously Dalziel Pioneer Park, is an open-air heritage museum in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The village is located in the North York district of Toronto, just west of York University and southeast of the Jane and Steeles intersection. It overlooks Black Creek, a tributary of the Humber River. The village is a recreation of life in 19th-century Ontario and gives an idea how rural Ontario might have looked in the early-to-mid-19th century. The village is a regular destination for field trips by schoolchildren from the Greater Toronto Area. It was opened in 1960 and is operated by the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority.B. Napier Simpson, Jr. 1925-1978, a restoration architect in Ontario devoted his professional life to raising public awareness of the importance of heritage conservation including the Black Creek Pioneer Village project.
Black Creek Pioneer Village
30Toronto Entertainment District
The Toronto Entertainment District is an area in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is concentrated around King Street West between University Avenue and Spadina Avenue.
It is home to theatres and performing arts centres, three of Toronto's major-league sports teams, and an array of cultural and family attractions. The area is also home to most of the nightclubs in Toronto. The officially designated district does not include Yonge Street, where the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatres, Ed Mirvish Theatre, CAA Theatre, and Massey Hall are located, nor does it include the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts or the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts. However Union Station is included which soon to be connected via indoor path to Yong Street, Backstage Condominium 3rd floor, so technically and by its proximity and convenience it's part of Entertainment and Financial district.
Toronto Entertainment District
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