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Cabana Pool Bar

11 Polson St., Toronto

South Beach meets the South of France at this “daytime playground” for the 25 and older set. White cabanas, chaises

Canada’s Walk of Fame

60 Simcoe St., Toronto

A granite tribute to Canadians who have achieved fame in the fields of music, literature, journalism, dance, sports, acting, entertainment

Canada’s Wonderland

9580 Jane St., Vaughan

Opens May 1, 2016; open daily starting May 12 to September 6. A theme park with attractions and more than


Toronto Islands, Toronto

A 14-acre theme park located on Centre Island that’s designed to look like a turn-of-the-19th-century Ontario village. Rides include a

Chudleigh’s Entertainment Farm

9528 Hwy. 25, Halton Hills

Open daily July 1-Oct. 31. Sprawling farm with orchards for apple picking. Plus many attractions for kids including a petting

CN Tower

301 Front St. W., Toronto

The city’s iconic tower measures 553.33-metres high. Canadian National (CN) built the tower in 1976 to illustrate the might of

Downsview Park

1-35 Carl Hall Rd., Toronto

Formerly an aircraft hangar for the de Havilland Aircraft Company and later the military, this is now an urban recreational

Fantasy Fair

500 Rexdale Blvd., Toronto

An indoor amusement park for kids with nine full-size rides, including a Ferris wheel and an antique carousel, midway games

Harbourfront Centre

235 Queens Quay W., Toronto

This multi-purpose space is composed of theatres, art galleries and other cultural spaces for hosting everything from dance performances, rock

Hockey Hall Of Fame

Brookfield Place, 30 Yonge St., Toronto

Toronto’s tribute to a national obsession. See more than 60,000 square-feet of hockey memorabilia, displays, interactive games, NHL trophies and

Legoland Discovery Centre

1 Bass Pro Mills Dr.

The first of its kind in Canada and the eighth in the world is a family-friendly destination for Lego-loving kids.

Nathan Phillips Square

100 Queen St. W., Toronto

A central gathering spot in front of new City Hall (and across from Old City Hall). It hosts numerous gatherings

Ontario Science Centre

770 Don Mills Rd., Toronto

Innovative, informative and entertaining centre with hundreds of interactive, hands-on exhibits. Explore botany, physics, geology, sports, communication, the human body

Polson Pier

11 Polson St., Toronto

Toronto’s only waterfront entertainment complex offers a wide variety of attractions year-round. Playground area includes year-round driving range, 18-hole mini

Riverdale Farm

201 Winchester St., Toronto

A small late-19th-century-style farm near the Cabbagetown neighbourhood. Horses, cows, sheep, goats, chickens, donkeys and pigs are some of its

Toronto Islands


The spectacular view of the Toronto skyline and the peaceful parks are what draw many people to the Toronto islands.

Wild Water Kingdom

7855 Finch Ave. W., Brampton

This huge water park features a half-acre tidal wave pool, a wading pool, water slides, volleyball courts, mini golf, 50
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