The Best Sights You Can’t Miss in Toronto this Spring!
The provincial capital of Ontario and the most populous city in all of Canada, Toronto houses a mix of tourist attractions and a vibrant entertainment scene with a distinctly urban feel without turning overwhelming because many of these attractions are sitting pretty close to each other, so navigating around is super easy.
This is good for locals, of course, but is a blessing for any tourist that wants to have an excellent time around Toronto. Being a global city and recognized as one of the most multicultural and cosmopolitan centers of finance, arts, and culture in the world, it’s no surprise that there’s plenty to see and do in Toronto, so let us show you the best among them!
The CN Tower
A signature of the Toronto skyline and the tallest free-standing structure in the Western Hemisphere, the CN Tower is one of the city’s must-see attractions simply because of how iconic it is, and if you think that “it’s just a big tower”, you’ll be seriously missing out, because it holds several levels of observation areas and places to eat, such as the 360 Restaurants, which offers fine dining and a beautiful, rotating view of the city around it.
If you’re looking to get your adrenaline going, then go straight to the Edge Walk, a hands-free walk on a 5-feet wide ledge outside of the main pod, just over 1,197 feet in the air. You’ll, of course, be attached to a safety harness and rope, but it will definitely get your heart pumping.
Toronto Eaton Centre
This gargantuan shopping complex is located at the north end of the Central Business District, but don’t worry about missing it at all, because it even has its own subway station! Extending over several blocks and constantly renovated and expanded, getting there might seem easy, but it’s not rare to get lost inside if you’re not familiar with the layout, although that might not be so bad once you realize that his maze-like structure is full of boutiques, restaurants, department stores, snack bars and so much more.
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Housing over 250 and shops, a beautiful glass galleria and its iconic “flight stop” geese adorning the air, the TEC is easily the city’s most premier urban shopping location.
No mere collection of animals, the Toronto Zoo is truly a world-class attraction when it comes to protected wildlife. Located about 25 miles northeast of the city’s center, right on the Red River, the TZ is divided into sections representing each a region of the world, and just the North American Section is home to a lovely grizzly bear enclosure, an enormous bison field, and a polarium. Other areas include the Indo-Malaya, Africa, Tundra Trek, Australasia, Eurasia, and Canadian domains.
Ontario Science Center
Families traveling with kids will definitely want to stop at the Ontario Science Center, a family oriented museum in Ontario with an amazing variety of exhibits designed to entertain children. Sitting about 6 miles northeast of the city center, the complex houses the latest innovations in the fields of optics, biology, physics, space travel, technology and more, and everything is presented in a way that greatly encourages visitor interaction.
There are so many fun things to do in Toronto that you might feel a little lost at first, but the key is to schedule ahead and be sure where every subway station is located so you don’t lose your way. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try some adventuring into the unknown! After all, this is one of the prettiest, safest, and cleanest cities you’ll ever visit.