Distillery Historic District, 51 Gristmill Lane, TorontoThe first of its kind on eastern North America, this brewery and retail store produces pure rice style beverages in
Attractions & Tours
130 Queen St. W., TorontoEarly 19th-century Georgian- and neoclassical-style building is home to the Ontario Court of Appeal and the Law Society of Upper
18821 Main St., CaledonDesigned by renowned architect Doug Carrick, this public course includes the classic four-star rated Heathlands Link, a challenging 18-hole championship
270 Simcoe St. N., OshawaA National Historic Site and Oshawa landmark that dates back to 1917 and has been featured on A&E’s America’s Castles.
99 Rathburn Rd. W., MississaugaHigh-tech entertainment for all ages, covering 40,000-square-feet, including virtual-reality and motion and sports-simulation games. Plus bumer cars, batting cages, go
11 Polson St., TorontoToronto’s only waterfront entertainment complex offers a wide variety of attractions year-round. Playground area includes year-round driving range, 18-hole mini
444 Dufferin St., TorontoCanada’s first fully indoor obstacle training course is 160-yards long and boasts 19 obstacles courses for all skill levels, including
1250 Brant St., BurlingtonPutt fluorescent golf balls around giant flowers and toothsome monsters in this family-friendly glow-in-the-dark mini-golf facility. Open daily.
201 Winchester St., TorontoA small late-19th-century-style farm near the Cabbagetown neighbourhood. Horses, cows, sheep, goats, chickens, donkeys and pigs are some of its
1 Blue Jays Way, TorontoThe Rogers Centre is the home of Major League Baseball’s Toronto Blue Jays and the Canadian Football League’s Toronto Argonauts.
TorontoA vast expanse of urban wilderness boasting numerous hiking trails, picnic areas and ample opportunity to enjoy nature in the
680 Plains Rd. W., BurlingtonCovering more than 2,700 acres, this is Canada’s largest botanical gardens, with a six-acre Rock Garden, world-renowned cherry blossom and
195 Galaxy Blvd., TorontoMimico Creek makes this 6,447-yard, par 71 course a challenge, as water is an obstacle at every hole. Award-winning pro
15 Front St. S., MississaugaLocated in Port Credit, provides full-service charters. Two large vessels for fishing and pleasure cruises, which are fully equipped and
South of Kingston Road, along Brimley Road, TorontoA dramatic landscape stretching 14km along Lake Ontario, just east of downtown. Established neighbourhoods perch atop eroding bluffs and the
Distillery District, 30 Gristmill Ln.,, TorontoExplore the Distillery District in style on a modern-day magic carpet: the two-wheeled engine-less, brake-less, throttle-less, gearshift-less and steering wheel-less
TorontoA sightseeing, shopping and dining tour. Major stops include Bloor-Yorkville, Harbourfront and the St. Lawrence Market. Tours depart daily between
285 Spadina Rd., TorontoThis historic 1866 mansion is the former home of financier James Austin. It stands complete with gaslights and its original
461 King St. W., TorontoA franchise of ping-pong social clubs with locations in New York and Milwaukee, is now in Toronto. This 12,000 square-foot
368 St. Johns Sideroad E., AuroraThis four-star rated course is considered to be one of the toughest in Canada with back tees measuring 7,300 yards.