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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

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

Art Insite


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

Canadian Broadcasting Centre

250 Front St. W., Toronto

A striking postmodern building that’s home to Canada’s public radio and television networks. The building houses three major television production

City Pass


Visit five Toronto attractions while saving time and money. Sites include the CN Tower, Royal Ontario Museum, Casa Loma, Ontario

Citysightseeing Toronto

123 Front St. W., Toronto

This all-inclusive sightseeing package includes an open-air, double-decker city tour through Toronto’s neighbourhoods and also a scenic cruise through the



Architectural historian Marta O’Brien leads walking tours of the city that are approximately two hours in length. Tour options include

Culinary Adventure Company


Local chefs and foodies lead gastro-themed tours. Wed.: Chef’s Tour of Little Italy Dinner Tour, learn culinary secrets, have drinks

Escape Tours


A unique tour company that offers personalized and chartered tours within Ontario. You can also choose from more than 20

Genova Tours


More than 30 walking tours of the city of Toronto for individuals and small groups with a knowledgeable storyteller and

Haunted Walk of Toronto

20 Gristmill Ln., Toronto

Learn about purported paranormal activity in Hogtown on the two tours offered by this Ontario company, including creepy tales of

Jubilee Queen Cruise Lines

249 Queens Quay W.

View the Toronto harbour skyline aboard a river showboat. Brunch, lunch, dinner and themed cruises available with on-board chef and

Kajama (Great Lakes Schooner Co.)

231 Queens Quay W., Toronto

Sail the Toronto islands and harbour aboard the traditional three-masted tall ship, Kajama. Licensed bar on deck, plus an a

Mariposa Cruises

207 Queen's Quay W., Toronto

For more than three decades has been offering a range of tours around the Harbourfront from its selected fleet. Dinner

Muddy York Walking Tours


Explore Toronto’s tumultuous history on a variety of guided tours. Tours include a look at the Upper Canada Rebellion, haunted

Niagara Falls Day Tour


March-November. Award-winning guided tour of Niagara Falls includes Maid of the Mist boat tour and free time at the falls

Ontario Spring Water Sake Company

Distillery Historic District, 51 Gristmill Lane, Toronto

The first of its kind on eastern North America, this brewery and retail store produces pure rice style beverages in

Segway Ontario

Distillery District, 30 Gristmill Ln.,, Toronto

Explore 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
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