See a different side to Toronto when on a one-hour sightseeing cruise along Toronto's Inner Harbour. Accompanied by informative commentary on the city's past and present, a harbour cruise is the best way to enjoy breathtaking views of Canada's most dynamic city, from towering skyscrapers to Toronto's famous island parklands and lagoons.
Love is in the air on this dreamy Toronto helicopter tour for two! Breathtaking views of the Toronto skyline set the scene for romance in the sky with chocolates, wine and that special someone! The flight path follows your choice of flying route and time; either a route of over 9 miles (15km) and lasts approximately 7 minutes or one that covers 14 miles (22.5km) and lasts approximately 14 minutes. This helicopter tour is a perfect romantic getaway when visiting Toronto!
Experience Toronto from the sky on a helicopter tour over the city! As you soar through the air, look down on the skyscrapers, CN Tower, the waterfront, Fort York and other city sights. This 7-minute ride follows a route of nearly 9 miles (15 km) and includes one souvenir photo. Five departure times are available.
Discover one of Toronto's most historical and trendy areas by one of the coolest modes of transportation -- a Segway! Take a 30-minute guided tour of the Distillery Historic District and explore its revived Victorian-era industrial buildings and modern sculptures, boutique shops and cafés. Your professional, knowledgeable guide will share interesting facts and stories about this neighborhood as you cruise around the area in style. Your tour concludes with a photo opportunity and smiles extending for days.
Experience Toronto's bustling Little Italy neighborhood and its amazing food scene with a local chef! This small-group progressive dinner tour will take you to local favorites and some hidden gems for delicious cocktails, main courses and desserts. Your guide is a local chef who is extremely passionate and knowledgeable about Toronto's food scene, making him the perfect person to lead you on an unforgettable tour, including sneak peeks into kitchens and chef introductions. Tastings are full-sized, so you definitely will not leave hungry!
Taste your way through one of Toronto's diverse neighborhoods on a small-group food walking tour led by a local professional chef! Choose from the rich aromas and flavors of the bustling neighborhood of Greektown (the largest in North America) or trendy Leslieville, home to some of Ontario's best cuisine. Along the way, get behind-the-scenes access into kitchens, chats with chefs and market tours. Enjoy a true foodie experience and discover the delicious foods and traditional cultures of Toronto’s varied neighborhoods!
See the lights of Toronto on a one-hour evening sightseeing cruise on Toronto's Inner Harbour. While you cruise the Inner Harbour and its picturesque island lagoons, you'll watch as Toronto lights up for the evening in a fantastic light show.
Toronto Premium Outlets is not accessible by public transit so this is the most affordable and convenient way to visit! On this 6.5-hour shopping trip, take a daily bus departing from Toronto's Union Station. Boasting more than 85 outlet stores, Toronto Premium Outlets offers discounts on purchases up to 65%, meaning you will get more for your money.
Catch the glitz and glamor of Toronto with a classic VIP entertainment experience.
Discover the rich entertainment mosaic of Toronto on this one of a kind private walking tour. Experience the dynamic artistic pulse and rhythm first-hand with an expert downtown guide with the city's iconic CN Tower as your backdrop. Delve into the heart of the city’s famed Entertainment District and be transported through art, sound, music and film to uncovering a different vibrant side of Toronto as the city transforms at night.
Your tour includes a visit to the Bell Lightbox home of the world’s most iconic public film festival TIFF, the Art Gallery of Ontario, a sultry cocktail lounge reception at the famed Ritz hotel, a major theater performance of Toronto's entertainment strip, and finish off with an enjoyable evening at a glamorous night club or jazz bar!
Enjoy a private tour of Toronto for up to three leisure or corporate travelers. Discover the architectural marvels that made Toronto famous throughout the world, such as the CN Tower, Rogers Centre, Royal Ontario Museum, Art Gallery of Toronto, Toronto Entertainment District, Distillery Historic District, Yorkville, St. Lawrence Market, and Harbour Front.
Experience an unforgettable walking tour in downtown Toronto with your private guide. This 2-hour tour will combine above ground and underground stops at entertainment, financial and architectural points of attractions in the downtown core area. You'll explore PATH, which is downtown Toronto's underground walkway linking 28 kilometers of shopping services and entertainment. Other major tourist and entertainment attractions include: Hockey Hall of Fame, Roy Thomson Hall, Air Canada Centre, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), First Canadian Place, Brookfield Place, and Yonge-Dundas Square.
Please note: Tour is priced per group for up to 4 people
See the beautiful sights of Toronto from the sky on an exciting helicopter ride over the city! Fly through the air with an experienced pilot, gazing down on attractions like CN Tower, Fort York, the Royal Ontario Museum, Casa Loma, High Park and the Lake Ontario waterfront. This 14-minute ride follows a route of nearly 22 miles (35 km) and includes one souvenir photo. Several departure times throughout the day are available.
Relax in style on a private, 6-hour tour from Toronto to southwest Ontario's St. Jacobs Country. After a hotel pickup in a luxury vehicle, embark on a unique adventure to this Mennonite village. Experience the Mennonite lifestyle and culture, and shop at the famous St. Jacobs Farmer' Market, Canada's largest, year-round farmers’ market. A buffet lunch, plus snacks and round-trip transportation are included.
Allow your licensed tour guide to take you on a private tour around the city of Toronto. Learn about the history of Toronto and Canada in comfort and relaxation. See all the major attractions and highlights only found here, and never miss a photo opportunity.
Please note: Tour is priced per group. Choose between a luxury car that seats up to 3 people or a luxury SUV that seats up to 6 people.
Discover Niagara Falls in all its power with breathtaking views of the falls by day, illumination by night, and an evening fireworks show. This guided, 8-hour tour from Toronto features a ride to the edge of the roaring falls aboard the popular Hornblower Niagara Cruise and a delicious buffet dinner overlooking the falls. Free time will be allotted for additional sightseeing and souvenir shopping.
Experience the dark side of Toronto on an unforgettable, 90-minute, ghost walking tour. This 'Original Haunted Walk' is led by the best local storytellers, dramatists, and amateur historians, all set to share some of the most hair-raising, spine-chilling, real-life ghost stories from the area. Follow the leader by lantern light to the city's favorite haunted spots and learn how they came to be so frightful.
The University of Toronto is Canada’s largest school. Is it also the most haunted? The grand architecture and tree lined paths of the downtown campus are filled with dark history and ghostly tales. From haunting love stories, to secret chambers, to restless spirits trapped among the stars, this 90-minute tour is a perfect way to spend an evening of storytelling fun around Halloween.
Join in on this small-group stroll by lantern light along the cobblestone streets of the historic Distillery District with a local guide who will thrill you with tales of gruesome accidents about the perilous world of whiskey-making and the explosive War of 1812. You’ll quickly see why this is area is known as one of Toronto’s most haunted spots. This 75-minute tour experience is led by the best local storytellers, dramatists, and budding historians, who will share some of the most hair-raising, spine-chilling, real-life ghost stories from the area.
No more selfies or pestering strangers for photos of yourself and loved ones. Enjoy the services of a professional photographer to capture your travels in a contemporary and candid style. Please note: Private tour is priced per group from 1 to 10 people.
Think of this tour as a roving whiskey dinner. Learn your ABC’s and the ABV ‘s of whiskey by joining this 4-hour guided tour through downtown Toronto. Ever wonder what a backseat was? Or what the difference is between a Pot Still and a Coffey Still? Get to know tasting terms and barley types and find out what exactly is the “Angels Share”. Taste and learn about Canadian whiskeys and whiskey cocktails in a fun filled 4-hour tour. No whiskey experience would be complete without mixing in a bit of drink history and tales of prohibition era Toronto. You will be well fed and happily hydrated by the end of the night. Whether you are a whiskey novice or a malt master, this tour is a perfect blend of modern and old school.
The Ossington Strip of today is much different from when it all started back in the late 1700's. It has transformed itself into a bustling restaurant scene with some of the cities most notable chefs' at the stoves. A huge hit with millennials, the strip offers something for everyone, from a craft brewery to tapas bars, cocktail lounges, live music venues, a butcher shop by day, wine bar by night and of course, and an amazing food scene. Your jovial guide will give you the inside scoop on the hood as you learn about its somewhat dark history and its connection to the Martin Luther King assassination. This progressive dinner will take you to three different restaurants where you will order four dishes to be served family style. By the end of the night, you will have tried 12 dishes and a variety of adult beverages to accompany your meal. If you're a cocktail lover be sure to order the cedar smoked, bacon infused old fashion. It is epic!
Explore the Riverside and Leslieville neighborhoods of Toronto on this guided, 4-hour, small-group food tour. What began as a small town back in the 1850s has now become a food lover's paradise, full of great restaurants, bakeries, coffee shops, and specialty food stores. Stroll and taste your way along historic Queen Street East, experiencing the small town feel that is still there today. Tempt your taste buds with one of the best breads in the city, Northern Italian wild boar meat balls, or perhaps creamy homemade ice cream. Visit an on sight craft brewery, and a taste of an iconic Toronto culinary invention recently proclaimed "Toronto's Signature Dish" (Peameal bacon sandwich) by Mayor John Tory.
Hotel bars are so often overlooked. Most think the only people that go to a hotel bar are those staying in the hotel. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Hotels bars are alive and well. Join this 4-hour tour as you discover tipples and toddies, cozy spaces, comfortable couches, armchairs and luxurious surroundings. Get lost in the music or be mesmerized by the crackling fire. Sip champagne, discover craft beer, classic cocktails or a fabulous glass of wine while nibbling on bar snacks and enjoying conversation with newfound friends. The tour includes drinks and nibbles at 4 of Toronto's best hotel bars. Your jovial tour guide will keep you entertained with tidbits of history and funny stories about the city.
Taste your way through one of the largest Chinatowns in the Western Hemisphere! Sometimes referred to as the original Chinatown, it is one of seven in the Greater Toronto Area. This neighborhood is a beehive of activity with shops, cheap housewares, fruit and vegetable stalls, traditional Chinese herbal medicine dispensaries and of course, tons of great food. It can be a pretty intimidating place for those who are unfamiliar with the food and customs of the Asian culture. Let your knowledgeable guide lead the way through a tutored tasting where you will learn the history and culture of the community. Hear about one woman's fight to keep the community from being demolished as well as tidbits of etiquette and ancient customs. So “chī hǎo hē hǎo” 吃好喝好 which literally translates as “eat well and drink".
Spend an afternoon learning about the history of what has become North America’s favorite comfort food. Your pizza-crazed guide will show you the sights and sounds of the city as you eat your way through three different neighborhoods, while giving you the skinny on crusts, sauce, cheese and toppings. Savour a slice of the pie that was voted best pizza in Toronto. Enjoy trivia and a bit of history combined to make this an absolute must-do for pizza lovers. You will even get a copy of Chef Scott’s own pizza recipe to try at home. This tour is a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon. It also makes a great gift for the pizza lover on your list.
Get your taste buds ready as you eat your way through decades of immigrant cultures that have left their mark on this truly unique part of the city. Recognized in 2006 as a National Historic Site, Kensington Market, bordered by Little Italy and Chinatown, has come a long way since its early beginnings as a British war hero's estate. Without a doubt, this is the most multicultural few blocks you will find anywhere in the city. Today the bohemian lifestyle and Rastafarian Culture are a sharp contrast to an area that once served as a hub of Jewish worship, trade, and commerce. Tasting everything from jerk chicken and empanadas to good old Canadian comfort food, you'll run the gamut that includes Caribbean, Mexican, Portuguese and Latin American treats - to name a few of the stops.
When darkness falls, a whole new world springs to life as the bar scene comes alive. Step in to the underbelly of the city as you discover a world of gin joints, cocktail lounges and secret bars on a late night drink tour curated by a chef and a bar owner. Are you a classic cocktail drinker or do you prefer something a little more exotic? On this 4-hour tour, you'll taste bacon infused cedar smoked old fashions. Visit a cocktail bar affectionately known as “the pineapple” to the locals where there is no such thing as a cocktail menu, and they just make it up as they go. Go behind the scenes to a member’s only cocktail club and visit a secret bar in one of the city’s hippest neighborhoods. What better way to end the night than with a veritable late night feast in Chinatown while sipping cold tea at a local hangout frequented by off duty chefs and bartenders.
Join this 3.5-hour tour for a leisurely stroll as you eat your way through an iconic Toronto neighborhood that began in the early 19th Century as a home to the Irish immigrants who built this city. Steeped in history, this area was home to the breweries, brickyards, cork stop makers and the largest distillery in the world. As you walk the quaint lane-ways of Corktown, you will see fine examples of British row houses and the cobble stone streets. Along the way, revel in fun facts, history and humorous stories of the city. Tasting highlights include the best Mediterranean food in the city, authentic Mexican cuisine, some global fusion inspired appetizers, a visit to a chocolate shop that has recently been awarded “best dark chocolate in the world”, and a craft beer tasting at a Corktown institution first opened in 1889. You'll be guaranteed a full belly and a newfound knowledge of Toronto after your 7 tasty stops.
Enjoy a 4-hour Sunday brunch tour, as you take a leisurely stroll through King and Queen West, most recently named the second hippest neighborhood in the world by Vogue magazine. Toronto is definitely the brunch capital of Canada. A weekend ritual for Torontonians, start your day with a cup of "wake up juice" (coffee) and the best croissant in the city hot out of the oven. Then, it is off for a mean boa, an Italian Bomba, a treat from the best butcher shop in the city, and some Eggs Benedict to round out the feast. You will need to take the edge off with a classic Canadian cocktail, the Bloody Ceasar, and no brunch would be complete without a Mimosa.
Taste where Toronto began. Over 200 years ago, aboriginals traded goods from war canoes and fished for salmon on the shores of Lake Ontario behind where the St. Lawrence Market stands today. Join a 3-hour guided walk around old town for a brief history lesson before you enter the market to taste Portuguese treats, authentic Jewish bagels, Indian candy, local Ontario cheeses, genuine Ukrainian pirogies, butter tarts and the iconic peameal bacon sandwich enjoyed by several famous chefs including Emeril Lagasse, Anthony Bourdain, and Guy Fieri. Learn how one of the richest, most powerful and most famous women in the world learned her business acumen selling carrots in the market's basement. If you love food and you love history, you will love this tour.
Voted one of the hippest neighborhoods in the world by Vogue in 2015, Queen Street West is host to some of the best dining, shopping, and baking in Toronto. On this 2.5-hour pastry tour, you will have the opportunity to try unique sweets from the best bakeries in Toronto. While you savor these treats, you'll learn about Queen Street West and Trinity Bellwoods Park, and view some great local graffiti.
On this full-day tour, take in the ice sculptures decorating Niagara-on-the-Lake’s main street, taste world famous ice wine, and get into the spirit of winter like never before. You'll have a unique opportunity to experience Niagara’s Ice Wine Festival and taste a variety of ice wines. Taste its different forms and enjoy the product of this laborious and risky wine-making tradition. Your tour includes transportation with pickup and drop-off at your accommodation, an expert guide (max. 8 people per tour), lunch in Niagara-on-the-Lake or at one of the vineyards nearby, and wine tastings, tours, and food pairings at three top-shelf vineyards.
Get to know one of Toronto’s oldest and most exciting neighborhoods with your eyes, ears, nose, and most importantly mouth. Learn about the fascinating history of the distillery evolving from a mill house to a prohibition whiskey supplier. Taste sweets and chocolates from artisan shops and boutiques. Learn all about sake and enjoy an exclusive tasting with a local sake expert at Ontario's only sake brewery. See sake being made in front of your eyes!
Enjoy a 1-hour cruise with breathtaking views of Canada’s most dynamic city, from towering skyscrapers to Toronto’s famous islands. Your experience starts at the historic Pier 6 building right on the water's edge. With the most frequent departure on the waterfront you and your small group won't have to wait long to enjoy the sights Toronto has to offer. By choosing the tour with live and entertaining narration from the captain and crew you’ll have the opportunity to get off on the islands, when conditions allow, then re-join the tour at your convenience.
Designed for the adventurer, this food tour introduces you to foods from around the world with the beginner and novice in mind. Experience Toronto's amazing diversity through food, which included tastings from 6 countries representing 5 continents. This food tour winds through one of the most eclectic neighborhoods in Toronto. Each tasting highlights items full of flavor, without the hot. Great vegetarian options available, as well as, a traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony. After this tour, you'll leave feeling like you've been taken on a "round the world" food tour. Take the worry of figuring out what to try on your ethnic food adventure. Discover the culture and history of our city, just northwest of the busy downtown area.
Enjoy a tour without the walking. This guided sit-down dining experience introduces you to dishes loved by Korean kids and adults alike. You'll learn about Korean cuisine from your Korean host who will share their personal passion about the food you'll enjoy. This includes 7+ tastings, that are most popular among Korean children, full of flavor without the spice. After dinner, you'll conclude the evening with a guided tour around a Korean supermarket located next door to the restaurant.
Strike out on foot with your knowledgeable guide and tour Toronto's Distillery District. Spend an hour enthralled by stories of business intrigue, a drunk city, and the company that became the world's largest distillery.
This 1-hour Segway tour is packed with awesome facts and a fun ride around Toronto's Distillery District. Enjoy more historical exploits, riding time and a complimentary tasting at two favorite Distillery District businesses. On the tour, you'll learn about the rise of a booze empire, Toronto's drunk history, and many other incredible facts that will leave you awestruck at Canada's vibrant history. This tour is perfect for beginners and first-time riders.
Discover one of the world’s hippest neighborhoods according to Vogue Magazine. The hip and vibrant streets of King & Queen West in Toronto are filled with local patisseries, cafes, bars, and one-of-a-kind restaurants. Experience Toronto’s original brunch food tour as you deconstruct the weekend culinary ritual over seven delicious stops.
Admire Toronto’s sights from the water on this Toronto Harbour sightseeing cruise! Enjoy live narration as you pass places like CN Tower, Harbourfront Centre, Sugar Beach, HTO Park and the fabled Gibraltar Point Lighthouse. Choose from multiple departure times throughout the day.
Enjoy a special dining experience on this Toronto dinner and dance cruise. As you travel along Toronto Harbour, grab a cocktail, soak in views of the city skyline and watch a beautiful sunset from the outdoor viewing decks. You'll dine on a gourmet buffet dinner and enjoy live DJ entertainment on your 3-hour cruise.
Savor sweet and savory dishes from around the globe on this walking tour of Downtown Toronto’s Kensington Market, a colorful multicultural neighborhood brimming with interesting locales. Chow down on Mexican churros, indulge in delicate handmade chocolate truffles, and try unique sweets such as Chinese egg tarts and a custom dish made just for the tour. Throughout your easy stroll, you’ll learn about Toronto’s food history from your expert guide. This small-group tour is limited to 10 people, ensuring a personalized experience.
This is every chocoholic's dream tour. You can't call yourself a real chocolate lover if you haven't been on the only chocolate tour in Toronto that divulges the art of chocolate tasting and samples chocolate from bean to bar! Come join your local guide, for 3-hours as you walk the trendy streets of King West, Queen West & Dundas West, enjoying chocolates & chocolatey sweets while chatting with chocolatiers and store owners. Along the way, you'll discover where chocolate comes from, how some chocolate can be good for you, and why you crave it - while satisfying those cravings! This small-group tour is limited to 10 people to ensure an intimate atmosphere and high-quality experience.
Leave no part of Toronto unexplored taking part in this 8-hour day tour across the city. During this tour you will travel by air, sea, and land to experience some of the most popular tourist attractions and historical landmarks like CN Tower, St. Lawrence Market, and Casa Loma. Soar above the city of Toronto with an 8 minute thrilling helicopter ride and cruise around the Toronto Islands of Lake Ontario on a 45 minute licensed boat cruise.
Romance is in the air when you take this amazing 6-hour dinner and guided cruise tour of Toronto. You and that special someone will be treated to a 3-hour unforgettable cruise aboard the Mariposa. Enjoy a tasty buffet dinner, sip on some drinks, dance the night away, and take a trip up to the top of the CN Tower.
On this 5-hour ultimate Toronto small-group tour, you'll see and learn about some of the area's most famous landmarks, attractions and areas. Ride to the observation deck at the world famous CN Tower. Visit the mysterious historic Casa Loma and take a trip aboard the Toronto Harbour Cruise. You'll also explore other favorite Toronto attractions and sights including St. Lawrence Market (closed on Sundays and Mondays), Toronto's beautiful Harbour Front, Queen's Park. Tour group is led by friendly, experienced tour guides that know almost everything there is to know about Toronto.
On this small-group walking tour, explore the historical streets of Old Toronto and learn how beer has played an important role in Toronto's past. Taste some of Canada's finest regional craft brews and visit three classic pubs, plus discover Toronto specialties at the famous St Lawrence Market.
Discover two of Toronto's most colorful and multicultural neighborhoods on this small-group walking tour of Kensington Market and Chinatown. On this 2-hour tour, immerse yourself in both local and international culture as you wander the often bustling streets lined with unique vendors and specialty stores. Learn from your guide about the history of these areas and discover the best places to shop and eat.
At one point, there were so many pigs in Toronto that the city garnered the nickname "Hogtown", and its pork and bacon earned a reputation as some of the best in the world. On this 3-hour food tour, experience and sample the legendary deliciousness for yourself. Visit one of Toronto's best butcher shops to learn about quality pork and where it comes from. Learn about the history of domestic pig farming and the development of the pork industry in Canada. Your tour guide might even "ham it up" with some pig jokes ... if you're lucky.
This is your chance to experience Toronto's only tall ship boat cruise! Sail aboard the 'Tall Ship Kajama,' a traditional 165-foot, 3-masted schooner boat, and sit back and relax with a cold drink from the bar or order from the restaurant. Cruise along Toronto Harbour and beautiful Lake Ontario.
Please note: the supplier does not receive the cruise schedule until the end of March. Bookings received before the 1st of April cannot be guaranteed and may be canceled due to the cruise being unavailable
Whether you are a Torontonian or just visiting, an Obsession III brunch cruise is a great activity for the weekend. This is the perfect way to unwind after a hectic week. Cruise includes jazz music, champagne mimosas at boarding, a delicious brunch buffet, and a fully licensed bar and retractable roof on board.
Please note: the supplier does not receive the cruise schedule until the end of March. Bookings received before the 1st of April cannot be guaranteed and may be canceled due to the cruise being unavailable.
Experience Toronto's vibrant harbourfront and stunning views of Toronto's beautiful skyline. If you're looking for delicious food and fabulous entertainment, the Obsession III Dinner Cruise is perfect for you. Enjoy an elegant 4-course dinner, prepared by on board chefs and only using the freshest local ingredients. Have a cocktail or local beer from our full licensed bar and take in the open waters of Lake Ontario.
Please note: the supplier does not receive the cruise schedule until the end of March. Bookings received before the 1st of April cannot be guaranteed and may be canceled due to the cruise being unavailable
Sail along the Toronto waterfront on a luxurious 41-foot (12-meter) yacht with a small group (maximum 10 people). Take the helm and learn new skills or sunbathe on the wide-open deck while enjoying the Toronto skyline and Lake Ontario breeze. This trip requires no prior sailing knowledge or experience.
Perfect for 'date night' or a fun evening out with friends or family, this Toronto cruise begins Fridays at 6pm and sets sail through the Toronto Island lagoons, providing spectacular city and lake views. Your sail includes a variety of local wines, cheeses and sweets to tantalize your taste buds.
Don't just visit Toronto, experience it. On this 3-hour, small-group city tour, discover many of the city's most-popular sites and hidden gems. See the majestic CN Tower and Rogers Centre, the Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto City Hall, the University of Toronto, Chinatown, Queen's Park, St. Lawrence Market, and so much more. Toronto hotel pickup and drop-off with first-class, luxury transportation included.