250 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON, Canada
189 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON, Canada
224 Victoria Street, Toronto, ON, Canada
The Ed Mirvish Theatre
The Ed Mirvish Theatre was first opened in 1920 as a vaudeville and movie theatre in the Pantages theatre circuit. At the time, it had a seating capacity of 3373, and was the largest and most elegant cinema in Canada. It was originally named the Pantages Theatre, then the Imperial Theatre and later the Canon Theatre, until it was renamed in 2011 after Ed Mirvish, a well-known businessman and theatre impresario. The venue was listed on the City of Toronto Heritage Property Inventory in 1979, and in 1988, the theatre gained heritage protection, as it was designated under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act.
290 Bremner Blvd, Toronto, ON M5V 3L9, Canada
Defining the Toronto skyline at 553.33m (1,815ft5in) the CN Tower is Canada’s most recognizable and celebrated icon. The CN Tower is an internationally renowned architectural triumph, an engineering Wonder of the Modern World, world-class entertainment and dining destination and a must see for anyone visiting Toronto. Spectacular views include floor-to-ceiling panoramic Window Walls, world-famous Glass Floor, SkyPod and glass fronted elevators with glass floor panels. Dining options include the award-winning 360 Restaurant (elevation complimentary with prix fixe). Plus EdgeWalk, the world’s highest ‘hands-free’ external walk, 356m/1168ft (116 stories) above the ground.
288 Bremner Blvd, Toronto, ON M5V 3L9
Ripley's Aquarium of Canada
Expansive, modern aquarium with many species & habitats on display, plus events & classes. Ripley's Aquarium is located at the base of the CN Tower, the aquarium is Toronto's must-see attraction for tourists and locals of all ages. The Aquarium features North America’s longest underwater viewing tunnel with more than 5.7 million litres of water and 20,000 aquatic animals to get up close and personal with.
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.
273 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1V6, Canada
255 Front Street West Toronto, Ontario M5V 2W6
Metro Toronto Convention Centre
The Metro Toronto Convention Centre is Canada's leading convention and trade show facility. The world-class venue features 442,000 sq. ft. of exhibit space, 77 meeting rooms, multi-purpose ballrooms, and a theatre equipped for performing arts as well as corporate events.
1 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON, Canada
The Rogers Centre, formerly known as SyDome, is Toronto’s multi-purpose stadium and one of the most vibrant entertainment centres in the world. Since opening in 1989, the Rogers Centre has received awards and accolades in the stadium entertainment industry. Rogers Centre is the home of the Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Team and the Toronto Argonauts Football Team. Every year, more than 200 events are hosted at the Rogers Centre. It is one of Toronto’s top tourist attractions and a model for architects of future domed stadiums currently being built around the world.
92 Front Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada
St. Lawrence Market
The St. Lawrence Market houses a variety of vendors selling various food products, flowers, and specialty items. The St. Lawrence Hall was built in Toronto in 1850 and served as a public meeting place and a concert venue. The hall was restored in 1967 but has retained much of its old charm. The building provides a unique atmosphere for the market and is also occasionally used for film and television shoots. The interior features a grand staircase and a gas-lit chandelier.