ONTARIO TOURIST ATTRACTIONS

Ontario is known world wide for some of its attractions. It has the tallest freestanding structure in the western hemisphere, North America’s only real, full size castle, the largest botanical garden in Canada, the tallest hydraulic lift locks in the world and more. Some of Ontario's attractions aren't the biggest, tallest, highest, fastest anything, but they're all worth a visit if you are looking for fun things to do. The greater Toronto area is home to an aquarium, the aforementioned castle and CN tower, North America’s largest car-free urban community (Toronto Island), Canada's Wonderland, Canada's largest outdoor water theme park, and more! Be a fan at the world’s largest collection of hockey memorabilia, talk to the animals at Canada's largest zoo or just window shop on the longest street in the world (Yonge Street).  GTA attractions are great for both tourists and locals. Check the Southwestern Region, with attractions like an underwater national park with 22 shipwrecks and Canada's largest outdoor swimming pool. Or Niagara Region's attractions, including the world's largest, free-flying indoor aviary, Niagara Falls and an antique cable car. In Central Ontario, ride on a 1906 restored Carousel or test your mettle on the world's longest canopy walkway. In Eastern Ontario, bring your bathing suit to the largest freshwater sand dunes in the world and stop for a pie at the World's biggest apple & Canada's largest bus stop. Ottawa has loads of attractions, including national museums and galleries and the Parliament Buildings, plus the oldest continuously operated canal in North America, and in winter, the world's longest skating rink. Finally, Northern Ontario is packed with historical and natural attractions, including the world’s largest fur trade post and the only captive bear facility in the world dedicated solely to polar bears. It is also the location of the world's largest coin, a giant reproduction of a 1951 Canadian nickel!

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Fort Wellington National Historic Site

370 Vankoughnet St , Prescott, Ontario
Eastern Ontario

 613-925-2896  www.pc.gc.ca

Built during the War of 1812 to defend the St. Lawrence River shipping route from attack by the USA. Explore an 1812-era gunboat wreck, get costumed & participate in a military drill, watch a cannon firing, taste treats cooked over an open fire & more!

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Georgian Bay Islands National Park of Canada

2611 Honey Harbour Rd , Honey Harbour, Ontario
Central Ontario

 705-526-9804  www.pc.gc.ca

The world’s largest freshwater archipelago is home to a boat-access nature preserve situated where Canadian Shield meets deciduous woodland. The Park’s glacier-scraped rock & wind-swept pines inspired the Group of 7. Cycle, camp, boat or hike to explore.

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Grand River Dinner Cruises

36 Brant County Road 22 , Caledonia, Ontario
Southwestern Ontario

 905-765-4107  www.grandrivercruises.ca

Treat yourself, friends or family to a relaxing, fun & memorable boat cruise along the scenic waters of the magnificent Grand River. Enjoy sumptuous food, lively entertainment and fascinating narrative! Perfect for special occasions, conferences, reunions or a romantic sunset dinner.

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Gravenhurst Opera House

295 Muskoka Rd S. , Gravenhurst, Ontario
Central Ontario

 888-495-8888  www.gravenhurstoperahouse.com

Bringing the best in entertainment since 1901, the Opera House is excited to celebrate Canada's 150th with an All-Canadian line-up! With over 100 theatre performances and musical concerts to choose from, there is something for everyone! Ask us about our unique getaway packages too!

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Hamilton Civic Museums

Throughout the City of , Hamilton, Ontario
Southwestern Ontario

 905-546-(CITY) 2489  www.hamilton.ca/museums

Real People. Real Stories. Real Adventure! Enjoy hours of entertainment for you and your family. Explore five National Historic Sites including Dundurn Castle. Discover the newly renovated Hamilton Children's Museum and more than 150 annual events, exhibits and workshops.

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Haunted Walk - Ottawa, Kingston & Toronto

Various Venues , Ottawa, Kingston, Toronto, Ontario
Ottawa Region

 613-549-6366  www.hauntedwalk.com

Hear some of the most spine-tingling ghost stories from the early days. The Haunted Walk offers guided walking tours year-round, focusing on the city's ghost stories and darker history. Tours take place in the evening by lantern-light - Celebrating 20 yrs of storytelling adventures. Even the skeptics will be delighted!

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Hockey Hall of Fame

30 Yonge St at Front St , Toronto, Ontario
Greater Toronto Area

 416-360-7765  www.hhof.com

Try your hand at goaltending, shooting, play-by-play calling, and even hosting your own sports broadcast. Revel in the world’s greatest collection of hockey artifacts and get hands-on access to the coveted Stanley Cup. Birthday Party packages available.

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King’s Crossing Fashion Outlet Centre

95 Dalton Avenue , Kingston, Ontario
Eastern Ontario

 see website  www.k-cap.com

115,000 sq ft of name stores with great prices. 25+ leading manufacturers including Tommy Hilfiger, Puma, Paderno, Carter’s/Osh Kosh, Roots, La Vie En Rose, & Bench cater to all your shopping needs in a plaza that elevates the status of outlet centres.

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Labatt London's Hometown Brewery Tour

150 Simcoe St. , London, Ontario
Southwestern Ontario

 519-850-TOUR(8687)  www.labatt.com

See Labatt's extraordinary beer as it's brewed. Touch raw ingredients. Taste subtle but distinct differences between brands. 2-hour tours. M-F. Includes sampling. $12/person HST incl. MUST be pre-booked by email or phone. Ask about the use of assistive measures to access facility. Visit us today

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Laurier House

335 Laurier Avenue East , Ottawa, Ontario
Ottawa Region

 613-992-8142  www.parkscanada.gc.ca/laurierhouse

Former residence of two former Prime Ministers, Sir Wilfrid Laurier & William Lyon Mackenzie King, downtown Ottawa. Don't miss the new Laurier's 175th anniversary guided tour and the new interactive kitchen exhibit this summer.

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London Majors Baseball

1669 Westdel Bourne , London, Ontario
Southwestern Ontario

 519-852-9071  www.londonmajors.com

Take me out to the ball game! Fun & entertainment for kids & adults alike. See the Majors play in historic Labatt Park, the world’s oldest ballpark (1877). Food, special events, birthday parties & excitement! Affordable family fun. Book your tickets today.

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McMichael Canadian Art Collection

10365 Islington Ave , Kleinburg , Ontario
Greater Toronto Area

 905-893-1121  mcmichael.com

Spend the day experiencing art and nature. The McMichael is home to iconic Canadian works of art by the Group of Seven and Tom Thomson, Indigenous and Inuit artists, and contemporary artists. Enjoy 100 acres of woodland, just 20 minutes north of Toronto.

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Muskoka Steamships & Discovery Centre

185 Cherokee Lane , Gravenhurst, Ontario
Central Ontario

 1-866-687-6667  www.realmuskoka.com

Steam Muskoka’s lakes aboard RMS Segwun or Wenonah II. Pirates, Space Heroes and Ice Princesses sail with families on weekends. Visit the largest collection of in-water wooden classic boats; watch movies in the Steamship Theatre or explore KidZone.

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National Gallery Of Canada

www.gallery.ca , Ottawa, Ontario
Ottawa Region

 613-990-1985  www.gallery.ca

Experience the best visual art in the country at this top attraction in the heart of Canada’s capital. Special exhibitions featured seasonally in collaboration with the world’s premier galleries and art experts.

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Niagara-on-the-Lake Tourism

26 Queen St., lower level of Court House Building , Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
Niagara Region

 905-468-1950  www.niagaraonthelake.com

Your information source for all types of queries, accommodations & ticketing needs. Our trained professionals will help you make the most of your experience. Enjoy fine dining, award winning wineries, historical sites, unique shops, fabulous theatre & so much more!

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Papanack Park Zoo - New Ownership!

150 County Road 19 , Wendover, Ontario
Ottawa Region

 613-673-PARK (7275)  papanackzoo.com

Just east of Ottawa, our newly renovated & rebuilt facilities will take you to a world of wildlife filled with all kinds of exotic animals & birds. Spend a day of unforgettable fun! Night Safaris & Senior Safaris, Camps & Birthdays, schools/groups too! Opens May long weekend.

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Parliament of Canada - Tours

Parliament Hill, Wellington St , Ottawa, Ontario
Ottawa Region

 1-866-599-4999  www.parl.gc.ca/vis

Visit the centre stage of Canadian democracy by taking a guided tour of the Centre Block of Parliament! Tickets are available free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis at 90 Wellington St. Schedules and routes are subject to change without notice due to parliamentary activity.

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Reptilia Reptile Zoo

2501 Rutherford Rd , Vaughan, Ontario
Greater Toronto Area

 905-761-6223  www.reptilia.org

Visit Canada’s largest indoor reptile zoo! See over 250 ultra cool reptiles & amphibians. Interact with the animals, learn from the Cast Members, see incredible live shows & watch scheduled feedings. Camps, Parties, Appearances & Programs also offered. Open yr round, 7 days/week.

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Roseneath Carousel - Since 1906

9109 Cty. Rd. 45 Roseneath Fairgrounds , Roseneath, Ontario
Central Ontario

 905-352-3778  www.roseneathcarousel.com

1906 CW Parker museum quality rideable, fully restored Carousel with 40 wooden horses & 2 boats. 1934 Wurlitizer, 125 band organ with paper rolls. Winner- 2010 National Carousel Association Historical Award. Restoration of the roof and building walls have reached completion!

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Royal Botanical Gardens

680 Plains Road West , Burlington, Ontario
Southwestern Ontario

 905-527-1158  www.rbg.ca

The largest botanical garden in Canada! Over 2700 acres of stunning gardens & sanctuaries with events, exhibits & tours all year. Walk through a 6-acre Rock Garden & magical Amphitheatre, see rare species of flora & migrating birds in the Nature Sanctuaries & stroll along 27kms of scenic walking trails.

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Royal Canadian Mint Tours

320 Sussex Drive , Ottawa, Ontario
Ottawa Region

 1-800-276-7714  www.mint.ca

See some of the world's most stunning hand-crafted collectible coins & Olympic medals. Interactive, guided tours feature a fascinating behind-the-scene look at the Mint's state-of-the-art facilities. Hold a solid gold bar in your hands & learn about the largest coin ever produced! Year-round tours.

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Royal Ontario Museum (ROM)

100 Queen's Park , Toronto, Ontario
Greater Toronto Area

 416-586-8000  www.rom.on.ca

From dinosaurs to Ancient Egypt to the history of Canada, the ROM invites you to explore our remarkable collections and fascinating exhibitions. There’s something exciting for everyone in Canada’s largest museum of natural history and world culture.

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Ruthven Park National Historic Site

243 Haldimand Hwy 54 , Cayuga, Ontario
Southwestern Ontario

 905-772-0560  www.ruthvenpark.ca

A unique 1500 acre country estate overlooking the Grand River. Featuring nature and history in one destination: walking trails, Carolinian forests, provincially significant wetlands, bird banding, an 1845 Greek Revival mansion with guided tours (former home of the Thompson Family for over 150 years) and outbuildings. Special events.

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Saunders Country Critters Zoo

1058 County Rd #44 , RR # 1 Oxford Station, Ontario
Eastern Ontario

 613-258-1108  www.saunderscountry.com

There is always something new at the Zoo. Babies are born, new critters arrive, new facilities are built. See >60 species with new ones all the time. A is for Agouti, Z is for Zebu & all the in betweens like Kinkajou & Kangaroo. Bring your family to come out and meet our family. Come spend a lazy day and "Talk to the Animals".

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Scenic Caves Nature Adventures

260/280 Scenic Caves Road , Collingwood, Ontario
Central Ontario

 705-446-0256  www.sceniccaves.com

Explore scaves/caverns/trails,breathtaking lookouts from the highest point of the Niagara Escarpment, Southern Ontario's longest 420' Suspension Footbridge, Thunderbird Twin Zip Line, guided Eco Tour,Adventure playground, pan for gemstones, Rocky the train, mini-golf, trout pond, picnic areas & more

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Second City, The

51 Mercer St , Toronto, Ontario
Greater Toronto Area

 416-343-0011  www.secondcity.com/toronto

Toronto's legendary comedy theatre presents hilarious improv and sketch comedy revues every night at their intimate cabaret-style theatre, as well as fun and affordable family-friendly matinees throughout the summer and school holidays.

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South Simcoe Railway

Mill Street west , Tottenham, Ontario
Southwestern Ontario

 905-936-5815  www.southsimcoerailway.ca

Ride Ontario’s First Steam Heritage Railway. Bring the family for a scenic, narrated excursion aboard a historic branchline railway! A unique trip into the past. The 1-hour ride follows the Beeton Creek through rolling countryside & farmland. Narrated by the Conductor, with a commentary geared toward families.

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St Jacobs Farmers' Market & Flea Market

878 Weber St. North , Waterloo, Ontario
Southwestern Ontario

 1-800-265-3353  www.stjacobs.com

Experience Canada's largest year-round farmers' market! Indoor & outdoor vendors offer fresh produce, great regional & international foods, crafts, collectibles, flowers, clothing & more. Everyone loves the farm animals & buskers! Open Thurs & Sat ALL YEAR + Tues in summer.

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Sunset Cruises

100 Joseph St. , Port Carling, Ontario
Central Ontario

 705-645-2462  www.sunsetcruises.ca

The "Muskoka Experience" always includes a cruise on the big 3 Muskoka Lakes, with shimmering blue waters, rugged & beautiful Canadian Shield vistas & gorgeous cottages. Enjoy live commentary including history & local lore. 7 days/wk late June-Oct. Sunset, dinner & private/bridal cruises too!

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Thousand Islands National Park

1121- 1000 Islands Pkwy , Mallorytown, Ontario
Eastern Ontario

 613-923-5261  www.pc.gc.ca

Known for picturesque granite islands & windswept pine trees where you can explore secluded bays by kayak or powerboat or spend a day by the river, hiking & discovering rare turtles & birds. Like camping? Try waterfront oTENTiks at mainland visitor cntr.

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Thunder Bay Art Gallery

1080 Keewaitin St , Thunder Bay, Ontario
Northern Ontario

 807-577-6427  www.theag.ca

The only public Art Gallery between Sault St., Marie and Winnipeg. Over 20 exhibitions annually in over 4,000 square feet of exhibition space. 1600+ works in the permanent collection. Free parking. Air conditioned. Handicap accessible. Open 12 months of the year. Fall Exhibition: On the Trail: Denise Smith - Sept. 29 – Nov.26

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Toronto Zoo

2000 Meadowvale Road , Scarborough, Ontario
Greater Toronto Area

 416-392-5929  www.torontozoo.com

Explore one of the largest zoos in the world w/ 5000 animals, including Canada's only giant panda cubs! Don't miss the Zoo's newest members including a polar bear cub, rhino calf and four white lion cubs. Enjoy daily keeper talks plus our seasonal splash pad and animal shows. Open 364 days/yr.

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Treetop Trekking - Zip Line Aerial Parks

5 Ontario Locations , Brampton/Stouffville/Port Hope/Barrie/Huntsville,
Greater Toronto Area

 Brampton: 855-552-0090, PH/Peterboro: 855-280-0900, Barrie: 888-733-8679  www.treetoptrekking.com

Spend the day with Ontario's original zip line and aerial game company! Take summer fun to the highest level with Treetop Trekking. Visit one of five Ontario zip line aerial parks for a 3-hour guided tour and explore the trees on zip lines, swinging bridges, monkey cables and Tarzan swings.

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Vaughan Mills Shopping Centre

1 Bass Pro Mills Drive , Vaughan, Ontario
Greater Toronto Area

 905-879-2110  www.vaughanmills.com

Canada's premier outlet destination! An unrivaled fashion, outlets, dining & entertainment experience. Join us for exciting events, promotions, fashion advice, shuttle service & more. The world’s leading fashion & lifestyle brands await you. Experience Vaughan Mills!

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