Toronto Attractions

Along with your attendance to RCW 139, why not take advantage of the opportunity to visit one of the many attractions located within the City of Toronto?

The following is a small sample of what's on offer:

Art Gallery Of Ontario

Set to reopen in mid-2008 following Transformation AGO, the Art Gallery of Ontario will contain a total of 110 galleries of art from the historic through contemporary periods as well as many new public spaces, a new entrance, two restaurants, a shop, film theatre, education centre and special events facility.

CN Tower

A symbol of Canadian heritage and pride, the CN (Canadian National) Tower features glass floor observation decks, a revolving restaurant, and a Simulator Theatre. Make reservations to dine in their 360 revolving restaurant and receive a complimentary elevator ride up with access to the observation deck.

Harbourfront Centre

Home to the Queen’s Quay Terminal and a variety of art galleries, boutiques and restaurants, Toronto’s Harbourfront provides beautiful views of Lake Ontario with its waterside promenade and ferry access to the Toronto Islands.

Toronto Zoo

Divided into separate geographic regions, the property boasts 710 acres of habitats and features more than 5,000 animals in their natural environments. Note the polar bear exhibit has recently re-opened after a significant renovation.

Royal Ontario Museum

Recently embellished with the construction of the 80,000 square feet of public space in the form of the striking, Daniel Libeskind-designed Michael Lee-Chin Crystal wing, the ROM galleries feature exhibits on art, social history, archaeology, natural history and more, featuring thousands of artifacts from the museum's collection as well as traveling exhibits.


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