Most Popular Attractions (last 7 days)
- 1. CN Tower
- 2. Ontario Legislative Building
- 3. Flatiron Building
- 4. Rogers Centre
- 5. Ripley's Aquarium of Canada
- 6. Cabbagetown
- 7. Queen's Park
- 8. Royal York Hotel
- 9. Hockey Hall of Fame
- 10. Royal Ontario Museum
- 11. City Hall
- 12. Church of the Holy Trinity
- 13. Casa Loma
- 14. University of Toronto
- 15. Yorkville Park
- 16. Toronto Dominion Centre
Toronto has grown tremendously over the last 200 years from a small town at Lake Ontario to Canada's most populous city.
The city boasts the world's largest underground city, the CN Tower - the world\'s tallest structure until 2009 - and a number of top-class museums such as the Royal Ontario Museum.
Random Toronto Highlights
Sir Henry Pellatt, a local tycoon built his dreamhouse at the beginning of the 20th century and fashioned it like a romanticized version of a medieval castle.
Due to its triangular ground plan, this five-story red brick building is known as the Flatiron. It was built in 1891, ten years before its more famous namesake was built in New York City.
The Church of the Holy Trinity is a charming little church built in 1847 in a neo-Gothic style. The interior - in particular the stained glass windows - is certainly worth a look.
Random Toronto Tours & Activities
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