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Art Gallery
“https://ago.ca/ The Art Gallery of Ontario is an art museum in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Its collection includes close to 95,000 works spanning the first century to the present day. The gallery has 45,000 square metres of physical space, making it one of the largest galleries in North America. AGO Free Wednesday Nights Free admission to our collection galleries every Wednesday from 6-9 pm is a longstanding tradition. To avoid long queues, arrive after 6 pm and refrain from bringing backpacks. ”
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“https://www.ripleyaquariums.com/canada/ Conserve, Educate, Inspire! At Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, their mission is to provide a world class experience that will foster education, conservation, and research, while providing fun and entertainment for locals and tourists of all ages. By showcasing the beauty and significance of their aquatic world and the animals within it, they will both entertain and inspire while encouraging you to respect and protect the waters of the world. Immerse yourself in a world of 20,000 aquatic animals and discover your own underwater adventure. The Aquarium features North America’s longest underwater viewing tunnel with more than 5.7 million litres of water and over 100 interactive opportunities. Get up close and personal with several touch exhibits featuring horseshoe crabs, sharks, scarlet cleaner shrimp, and stingrays as well as daily dive shows every 2 hours. This awe-inspiring attraction consists of nine carefully curated galleries showcasing a cross section of saltwater and freshwater environments from around the world – starting with species from Toronto’s backyard, the Great Lakes basin. Experience the Aquarium after hours with our Sleep with the S​h​a​r​k​s​ program, or spend your birthday party under the sea with our Birthday Theme P​a​c​k​a​g​e​s​. Keep an eye out for special events such as our Friday Night J​a​z​z​ or host your own event with a venue buyout or r​e​c​e​p​t​i​o​n​, and be amazed at the unique sea life that inhabits our aquatic world. Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada is conveniently located in the heart of downtown Toronto, next to the CN Tower and Rogers Centre. Their address is 288 Bremner Boulevard. For more directions, please visit their Parking and D​i​r​e​c​t​i​o​n​s page. Please note that you may take photos/videos as long as it is not for commercial use. They only allow hand held cameras onsite and do not permit any additional equipment with general admission. For commercial film/photography shoot inquiries, please check out their o-fish-al request form here ”
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“Friday Nights at the Royal Ontario Museum What is it: Dance with dinosaurs at this weekly bash that brings booze, pop-up food vendors and live music into the country’s largest museum. Nights are often themed around the ROM’s latest special exhibit or a seasonal holiday. Why go: We can all agree that booze and snacks make museums infinitely more fun to explore. Stay late to catch a lively dance party that often breaks out on the main floor.”
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Farmers Market
“The Market is a place where the authenticity of truly great food and shopkeepers who care reign above all else. Over 120 vendors, merchants and artisans. ”
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Baseball Stadium
“Rogers centre is a place to visit if you are a big baseball fan. On a sunny day, the sky dome will be open and it is a good photo shooting opportunity. Please take note that level 5 (the most affordable ticket) zone 524, 525, 523 are the best photo shooting zones. Baseball is not hot sports in Canada, so tickets are very affordable. It is way cheaper than watch a NY Yankees and LA Angels game. But parking is not very cheap, better park somewhere near Wellington Street instead of parking in the Rogers Centre. ”
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“Great for Brunch or at night for dinner and drinks. Always something going on here”
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Basketball Stadium
“The ACC (Air Canada Centre) Now known as the Scotiabank Arena! This is where the Raptors and Leafs play! Also the cities biggest arena for concert venues. If you are a music fan then you will want to take a look at whos playing here during your stay! ”
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“Queen St West, or West Queen West as it's known locally, is Toronto's premier walking street, full of small shops and boutiques, coffee shops and restaurants. It's not a tourist street; it's where Torontonians go to shop and play and live. You could devote an entire visit to just walking Queen Street, from Parkdale in the west, through the shopping district right through downtown. Further east, the neighbourhood of Leslieville offers great restaurants and a friendly vibe. Queen St continues even further east, eventually ending up in the iconic Beach neighbourhood, where the city meets the lake and where each year the Beach Jazz Festival, well jazzes up the scene.”
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“Enjoy scenic waterfront views 365 days a year from Harbourfront Centre's pristine boardwalk. Stretching along the north shore of Lake Ontario, and located along the Great Lakes Waterfront trail, the boardwalk is often animated with street performers during the summer months and offers access to Toronto's marinas, shops and restaurants, with connections to the Water's Edge Promenade.”
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Movie Theater
“Located in the first five floors of the Bell Lightbox and Festival Tower on the north west corner of King Street and John Street. It is the headquarters for the Toronto International Film Festival.”
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“Bellwoods Brewery is hands down the best place to sample toronto's local brews. I love their Jelly King Sour beer - they do a few different versions of it - raspberry is the best I've had. If you want a heavier brew - the Witchshark IPA is a winner. The food is very good also. They have a seasonal front patio with communal-style seating. The only issue is because the beer is so tasty - it draws a big crowd - so get there early, especially on a nice day. If you cant get to the restaurant, you can also pick up bottles at the bottle shop open until 11pm.”
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Amusement Park
“Canada's Wonderland is a 134-hectare theme park located in Vaughan, Ontario, a suburb approximately 40 kilometres north of Downtown Toronto. Opened in 1981 by the Taft Broadcasting Company and The Great-West Life Assurance Company as the first major theme park in Canada, it remains the country's largest. Address: 1 Canada's Wonderland Drive, Vaughan, ON L6A 1S6”
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“Toronto's version of Times Square. Lots of bright lights, restaurants, a movie theatre, and a shopping mall.”
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Historic Site
“You can reach Evergreen in about 20 mins walking, from the ravine trail that runs off Mt.Pleasant (follow the trail toward Bayview Ave, which for a time will parallel the Don Valley Parkway). Historically, this area was where bricks were made during the turn of the century. Now it has been restored to a destination the includes summer markets and other activities. The ravine walk to get there is almost the best part. ”
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“Take a tour of the famous Steamwhistle Brewery, a very short walk from the condo. It is ideally located near the CN Tower, Rogers Centre and Aquarium if you get thirsty while touring!”
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“Canada's Favourite sport! If you want to learn more about it then check this place out! ”
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