We offer a terrific location for those interested in exploring the variety of things to do in Toronto. A short drive brings you to Paramount Canada's Wonderland, The Ontario Science Centre and the Zoo. Or head into downtown, 20 minutes away, to visit the CN Tower, Skydome and The Hockey Hall of Fame.
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Toronto Botanical Garden
3.2km / 2.0mi
Often referred to as the "little garden with big ideas," the Toronto Botanical Garden was established in 2003 and features 17 themed "city-sized" gardens over four acres. The garden also hosts educational opportunities for the public.
Ontario Science Centre
4.5km / 2.8mi
The whole family can enjoy the interactive exhibits at the Ontario Science Centre. Permanent exhibits educate guests on topics such as geology, astronomy, music and technology, anatomy and more. Don't miss a visit to the Space Hall, Toronto's only operating planetarium. LEARN MORE>>
Royal Ontario Museum
16.0km / 9.9mi
The "ROM" is home to more than six million artifacts ranging from mummies to dinosaur skeletons, Chinese sculpture to bat caves. Take a day to explore the museum, or stop by for its weekly party series, Friday Night Live, featuring live music, local eats and late-night access to the museum.
Art Gallery of Ontario
16.5km / 9.9mi
The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is on the edge of Toronto's downtown Chinatown district. Explore the top-notch permanent and rotating exhibits, including the largest collection of Canadian art.
18.4km / 11.4mi
Climb the world's tallest free-standing structure, and take in the best views at one of the most popular things to do in Toronto. Since the Tower opened in 1976, visitors from around the world have traveled to Toronto to witness this engineering marvel.
19.0km / 11.8mi
From spring to fall catch a home game of the MLB Toronto Maple Leafs. This versatile venue also hosts 200 other events throughout the year.
20.93km / 13.08mi
Don't miss a visit to the largest zoo in Canada. Toronto Zoo is home to more than 5,000 animals representing over 450 species, including those native to Canada and all over the world. The zoo is open all year long except on December 25.