||Prices are quoted
in Canadian Dollars. Your credit card company
will convert the price to your currency.
||9:00 am - 3pm
||Admission to the
CN Tower is not included
|Sold Out Dates
||none at this time
Unlike the other Toronto City Tours who only cover the
downtown core, we give you the full Toronto experience.
The 2.5 hour tour will pick you up from your downtown hotel
and visit the following sites.
St. Lawrence Market
||The St. Lawrence Market is the focal point of the
neighbourhood and since 1803 and has provided Toronto's
residents with the best selection of fresh fruits,
vegetables, meat, cheese and delicious baked goods. During
its 200-year history, the Market has also served as
Toronto's seat of government, a police station and a jail.
It has witnessed the city's evolution from a colonial
outpost into a vibrant city. There are many historic
buildings in the area including the famous Flat Iron
building, and one of the most photogenic vistas in the city.
The area is also home to Toronto's first courthouse who's
claim to fame is that it hosted the last beheading in North
||As we drive down Yonge Street, "the world's longest
street", the tour guide points out some of the most popular
sites such as the Toronto Eaton Centre, the Elgin & Winter
Garden Theatre, the Canon Theatre, BCE Place, Union Station,
and the Hockey Hall of Fame.
||The Air Canada Centre, the home of the Toronto Maple
Leafs hockey team, is located just north of Lakeshore
Boulevard. Just south of Lakeshore Boulevard is the
Harbourfront Centre introduces Toronto audiences to artists
and art forms that would not normally be seen in commercial
venues, exploring new frontiers in the arts and creative
Harbourfront Centre hosts public activities and events over
a 10-acre site encompassing theatre and performance stages
as well as art galleries.
CN Tower & SkyDome
CN Tower is Canada's most recognizable and celebrated icon.
At a height of 553.33m (1,815 ft., 5 inches), it is Canada’s
National Tower, the World's Tallest Building, an important
telecommunications hub, and the centre of tourism in
Just next to the CN Tower is the Sky Dome (Rogers
Centre). The Sky Dome was the first major team sports arena
in North America to sport a fully retractable roof. It is
also well known for its enormous Jumbotron scoreboard, at 10 by 35
metres the largest scoreboard in the world. It is the
tallest and most massive stadium used by any
Major League Baseball team.
Ontario Place & Fort York
Historic Fort York, the location of the Battle of York
during the War of 1812 is the 1793 birthplace of modern
Toronto. It is home to Canada's largest collection of
original War of 1812 buildings and is designated as a
National Historic site.
Ontario Place is an internationally
acclaimed cultural, leisure and entertainment parkland
located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The complex extends
throughout three man-made islands along the Lake Ontario
Ontario Place opened in May 1971 and
featured a five pod pavilion complex, The Forum, pedal
boats, a marina, restaurants and the world's first permanent
IMAX® theatre, the Cinesphere.
this ever-expanding area is home to ethnic Chinese from
Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Vietnam, and elsewhere. A
wealth of oriental shops and fruit markets spills out onto
the street, and a vast selection of authentic Chinese
restaurants feature such delicacies as dim sum.
A trendy strip with an intimate Italian atmosphere,
known for its coffee bars, pool halls, lounges, trattorias
and some of the best Italian cuisine this side of the
Bloor-Yorkville area is Toronto's upscale neighbourhood.
This area will not disappoint even the most discerning
patron. Whether your taste is designer boutiques, lavish
restaurants or beautiful galleries, this area has it all.
Make sure to finish your tour with a latte and bite, while
stargazing on one of the many café patios in this fabulous
back in time to a period of European elegance and splendour.
The former home of Canadian financier Sir Henry Pellatt,
Canada's foremost castle is complete with decorated suites,
secret passages, an 800-foot tunnel, towers, stables, and
beautiful 5-acre estate gardens.