Most Popular Attractions (last 7 days)
- 1. CN Tower
- 2. Queen's Park
- 3. Distillery Historic District
- 4. Flatiron Building
- 5. Royal Ontario Museum
- 6. Cabbagetown
- 7. Casa Loma
- 8. Royal York Hotel
- 9. City Hall
- 10. Old City Hall
- 11. St. Lawrence Market
- 12. Hockey Hall of Fame
- 13. Rogers Centre
- 14. Brookfield Place
- 15. Ontario Legislative Building
- 16. University of Toronto
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
Toronto's old city hall was built between 1889 and 1899. Plans to demolish the structure in the 1960s were set aside when a group of citizens convinced the city to preserve the historic landmark.
This four hectare (10 acres) large park is one of the oldest in the city and the first designated civic park in Toronto. Its centerpiece is an ornate complex of glass-and-metal greenhouses.
Toronto's Union Station - a monumental building in Beaux-Arts style - was Canada's largest railway station when it was completed in 1921. It opened six years later, in 1927.
Random Toronto Tours & Activities
- Duration: 45 minutes