Toronto is a city that offers something for everyone. World renowned festivals, attractions and events celebrate the city’s heritage and culture, amongst a backdrop of striking architecture. From gourmet cuisine to home-cooked comfort foods, savour the city’s culinary diversity throughout a mix of unique neighbourhoods. No matter what you are looking for, Toronto offers an unforgettable adventure all year-round.

Enjoy the view from the CN Tower, spend countless hours at the ROM, or find your inner sleuth in one of Casa Loma's Escape Game Series. Marvel at the wonders of marine life at Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada or indulge in some of the Ontario Science Centre’s engaging interactive exhibits and demonstrations. Ooh and Aww at the animals at the Toronto Zoo or ride Canada’s tallest and fastest coaster, the Leviathan, at Canada's Wonderland. Toronto is also home to the world’s largest collection of hockey artifacts (Hockey Hall of Fame) and a wide variety of galleries – such as the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Aga Khan Museum. Don't forget a selfie with the TORONTO Sign as well!

Toronto has something for every sports fan - basketball, hockey, baseball, soccer, football, lacrosse and now even Rugby! There's always a way to get in on the action and excitement, no matter what time of year.

On stage this summer, theatre buffs can see the latest Broadway productions and can enjoy award-winning musicals like Come From Away, Annie & Wicked. There's no shortage of events and festivities throughout the year with something going on every weekend. Don’t miss out on PRIDE, Luminato, Taste of Toronto, NXNE, the Redpath Waterfront Festival, Salsa in Toronto, Summerlicious, Honda Indy, Rogers Cup, Taste of the Danforth, the CNE and so much more!

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