TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN GREATER TORONTO AREA
The Greater Toronto Area is home to some of Canada's most famous tourist attractions – it’s one of the most exciting areas in Ontario to visit. Whatever part of the Greater Toronto Area you find yourself in – there’s always something exciting happening. With so many interesting attractions, landmarks, museums, zoos, festivals and events in and around the city, Toronto visitors will surely get the most out of their stay.
Tourists and locals alike can marvel at the CN Tower from almost anywhere in the city – but it's worth the trip to the tower itself to experience the magnificent views of the city it has to offer.
You can spend the day admiring art at the many local galleries in Toronto like the famous Art Gallery of Ontario.
Learn something new at the Ontario Science Centre or visit the Stanley Cup at the Hockey Hall of Fame – a must-see for any hockey fan or visit the local favourite, the Royal Ontario Museum.
There are so many road trips you can plan and include on your trip to Toronto. Niagara Falls is an Ontario must-see destination and it's just a short distance from Toronto! Or see the famous Muskoka Cottage Country, only a couple of hours away.
Zoos and Aquariums
A great way to spend the day in Toronto with the family is at the zoo! Home to over 5000 animals and Canada’s only Pandas, the Toronto Zoo will not disappoint. Be sure to stop in at one of Toronto's newest and most popular attractions – Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, one of Canada's biggest aquariums!
There are so many amazing Toronto attractions, with something for every member of the family and every kind of traveler to enjoy. Whether you are planning a short trip or an extended stay in the GTA, you'll be amazed at the variety of tourist stop and attractions available to choose from.
South Simcoe Railway
Mill Street west , Tottenham, Ontario
Greater Toronto Area
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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. See profile page and website for Fall seasonal and Halloween trains.