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Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada

288 Bremner Blvd., Toronto

Much-anticipated attraction is the first of its kind in the country features more than 15,000 aquatic inhabitants from around the

3 Pass


Visit three of the city’s unique art venues—the Bata Shoe Museum, Gardiner Museum and Textile Museum of Canada—with a single

889 Yoga

889 Yonge St., Toronto

This yoga and pilates school has a well-edited retail shop that carries yogi-related items like mats, bolsters, water bottles, T-shirts

A Taste Of The World


Themed literary, ghost and culinary walks through Toronto’s most colourful neighbourhoods. Foodie tours $35-$50, ghost and literary walks $15-$25; call

African Lion Safari

1386 Cooper Rd., Hamilton

Visitors stay “caged” in vehicles (either your car or an on-site bus) and follow an eight-km trail populated by 1,000

Air Canada Centre

40 Bay St., Toronto

The home of the Maple Leafs and the Raptors is also an entertainment complex that hosts concerts and trade shows.

Air Combat Zone

5170 Dixie Rd., Mississauga

Puts you behind the controls of a high performance F/A-18 flight simulator. Four flight simulators mean live head-to-head air combat

Al’s Adventures

469 King St. W., Toronto

Full- and half-day charters for both novice and veteran anglers with an experienced guide. Fish for bass, salmon, musky, rainbow

Allan Gardens Conservatory

19 Horticultural Ave., Toronto

A 16,000-square-foot indoor botanical garden that’s home to plants from around the world. Six themed, connecting greenhouses have cacti, palm

Amsterdam Brewery

45 Esandar Dr., Toronto

One of Toronto’s first craft breweries (the company was founded in 1986), Amsterdam now produces a number of fine ales

Andrew’s Charter

15 Front St. S., Mississauga

Find the largest yachts for charter in the Mississauga area. Specializing in corporate business of Salmon Fishing and Cruises. Located

Angus Glen Golf Club

10080 Kennedy Rd., Markham

This prestigious course has hosted some of the biggest Canadian golf tournaments and is ranked among the top courses in

Arcadian Court

401 Bay St., Toronto

Originally opened in 1929, this posh event venue recently received a full restoration and is now one of the city’s

Art Insite


Afternoon art tours in and around Toronto. Guided walks around Toronto’s most unique galleries, artist studios and private collections. Adults

Beach Fairway Golf Range

411 Victoria Park, Toronto

This Upper Beaches range is a practice facility for all skill levels. In addition to 18 grass tees, it has

Benares Historic House

1507 Clarkson Rd. N., Mississauga

Home to four generations of the Harris and Sayers families, Benares has been restored to reflect the style of a

Black Creek Pioneer Village

1000 Murray Ross Pkwy., Toronto

Re-creates the Ontario of more than 150 years ago. Costumed staff demonstrate skills such as blacksmithing, candle-making, rug braiding, woodworking,

Bradley House Museum

1620 Orr Rd., Mississauga

A historic salt-box-style farmhouse from the 1830s located along the Waterfront Trail. Within walking distance of Lake Ontario, the main

Braeben Golf Course

5700 Terry Fox Way, Mississauga

Two courses on site: an 18-hole championship gold course and a nine-hole par-3 academy golf course. Double-ended driving range, fully

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
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