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Aga Khan Museum, Toronto

The Aga Khan Museum is a museum of Islamic art, Iranian art and Muslim culture.
| Museums

Alexander Muir Memorial Gardens, Toronto

Alexander Muir Memorial Gardens feature formal flower gardens with roses, herbs and multi-tiered beds stone balcony and steps.
| City Parks

Best Spots to capture Toronto Skyline

If you are visiting Toronto living here and want to take snapshot of some epic Toronto skyline views, locations below will give best panoramic view on one of the amazing Canadia...
| Blog

Distillery District, Toronto

The pedestrian-only village with collection of picturesque Victoria-era buildings housed within heritage buildings of the former Gooderham and Worts Distillery. Beer lovers shou...
| Sights & Landmarks

Downtown Toronto, Discovery Walk

Discover Downtown Toronto, the “City within a Park!” Discovery Walks is a program of self-guided walks that links City ravines, parks, gardens, beaches and neighbourhoods. ...
| Blog

Eaton Hall, ON

A Norman chateau built on a grand scale for Lady Flora McCrae Eaton in the 1930’s, Eaton Hall served as a private rural residence for the Eaton family
| Sights & Landmarks

Edwards Gardens, Toronto

Edwards Gardens is a no-admission fee destination for anyone looking for a beautiful botanical experience in the city.
| City Parks

Garden of Future Follies, Toronto

Public Art Work. By remixing Toronto’s monuments, artists Hadley+Maxwell created a series of sculptures that animated pedestrian-friendly sidewalk at Front Street East in the We...
| Sights & Landmarks

Graffiti Alley, Toronto

A fantastic place to see murals and colorful street art, And don't forget bring camera!
| Sights & Landmarks

Guild Park, Toronto

Beautiful sculptural garden located on top of the Scarborough Bluffs with great view of Lake Ontario.
| City Parks

Humber Bay Arch Bridge, Toronto

Iconic landmark in Toronto West, and popular spot for video and photo shoots.
| Sights & Landmarks

Ireland Park,Toronto

Small park along the waterfront featuring sculptures & engravings commemorating Irish immigration.
| City Parks

Knox College, Toronto

Knox College is considered one of the best examples of neo-gothic architecture in Toronto and can provide an excellent location for event and photo shoots.
| Sights & Landmarks

Little Canada, Toronto

Little Canada is a journey of discovery through a vast, highly detailed and animated miniature attraction. From captivating vistas to famous landmarks, iconic cityscapes and lit...
| Sights & Landmarks

Mill Pond Park, ON

Popular community park in Richmond Hill, overlooking a pond and  offering boardwalk, gazebo, kids playground.
| City Parks

Old Town, Toronto

Old Town is a neighbourhood and retail district in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
| Sights & Landmarks

Phyllis Rawlinson Park, ON

Tranquil green space with a community garden, off-leash dog area, historic structures & bbq grills.
| City Parks

Polson Pier, Toronto

Stunning lookout at Toronto city line
| Sights & Landmarks

Richmond Green, ON

Spacious beautiful park for everyone
| City Parks

Rosetta McClain Gardens,Toronto

Picturesque park with rose gardens, a rock fountain surrounded by a pergola & views of Lake Ontario.
| City Parks

Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto

Canada's largest museum and the fifth largest on the continent, with 6 million objects in its collections.
| Museums

Scarborough Bluffs Park, Toronto

Bluffers Park is a jewel of Scarborough's waterfront. Hike up to a scenic lookout or go for a walk along the Bluffers Park Trail. During summer enjoy picnics or swimming on seri...
| Nature & Parks

Sheldon Lookout, Toronto

Scenic lake view spot with vistas of Humber Bay & the city skyline.
| Sights & Landmarks

Toronto Tallship Boat Cruise

Kajama is a three-masted former cargo schooner. Boat cruise for 1,5 hour out in a water of Lake Ontario from May to June daily and on weekends in September and May. If you lo...
| Blog

Toronto Zoo, ON

The Toronto Zoo is Canada's largest Zoo with over 5,000 animals representing over 450 species.
| Sights & Landmarks

Trillium Park, Toronto

The Trillium Park and William G. Davis Trail is public green space on a spectacular part of Toronto’s waterfront. Park design inspired by various Ontario landscapes.
| City Parks

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