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Sightseeing in Toronto

Monument / Landmark
“It's an iconic sight that any visitor to Toronto must see. Whether you go to the top floor and just view the beautiful views of Toronto or you decide to have a dinner at 360* restaurant, it will be a day to remember (cheaper to buy pre set menu at the 360 restaurant for $65- two course meal, that will include lift tickets).Just lift tickets by itself cost $38, so its a really good deal!!!!”
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Monument / Landmark
“We recommend going to the revolving restaurant for lunch to take in the views over Toronto while you eat.”
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Historic Site
“Eco-oriented complex with weekend Farmer’s Market (not every weekend though, check schedule!), yummy eats, shops, and nature trails. There is usually a lot of interesting events going on during the weekends, too. Free shuttle bus available from Broadview station.”
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“A famous old "Castle" in mid-town Toronto. Long story short it was some rich guy's house in the early 1900s. He went broke and the city took over the land as a museum. ”
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Historic Site
“43-acre landmark with original War of 1812 buildings & 1813 battle site, plus a visitors' centre.”
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Historic Site
“Step into Canada’s past and explore an authentically re-created 1860’s Ontario country village. Enjoy more than 40 restored homes, tradeshops, public and farm buildings, interpreters and artisans in period dress, special events, programs and demonstrations, country dining, unique shopping and village made crafts. Come visit our Black Creek Historic Brewery for a taste of beer brewed the 1860’s way. We offer affordable Tour Packages, Senior’s Tea and Tour Packages, Group Brewery Tours, Team Building activities as well as Birthday Parties. Open daily, May 1 to Dec 23. Call for hours.”
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Monument / Landmark
“Beautiful views of the city as the restaurant rotates 360 while you eat an amazing meal.”
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Train Station
“Union Summer - July 1 - August 19 - Union Summer is in full swing. Licensed patio & 10 amazing food vendors & musicians.”
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Historic Site
“A historical destination 10 minute walk from the house. The fort was built by the British Army and Canadian militia troops in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, to defend the settlement and the new capital of the Upper Canada region from the threat of a military attack, principally from the newly independent United States. It was designated a National Historic Site in 1923.”
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“Torontian brewery. Go for a tour and learn how they make beer. You can enjoy one while you do the tour and then get more at the end at the bar. ”
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Historic Site
“There are many locations in the city, but this location is definitely worth a visit while in the Distillery District! As featured on the TV show Dragon's Den.”
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Tourist Information Center
“City Sightseeing Official tour, the on and off red buses are a great way to see the city, I highly recommend it. ”
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Monument / Landmark
“Near the old Court House and of course in winter -- skate away. New Year Eve celebration.”
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Capitol Building
“The Ontario Parliament building is home to the Province of Ontario's Legislature and the seat for MPP'S ( Members of Provincial Parliament ). Made of pink sandstone, its a grand Romanesque Revival building, where numerous exhibits can be found throughout the first floor hallways focusing on the culture, history and parliament of Ontario. Try attending the free 1/2 hour tour, which starts depart from the information counter inside the front doors of the Legislative Building. Look up tours hours at this link:”
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Monument / Landmark
“CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium and St. Lawrence Market, a beautiful long walk. Take Front street and walk east. You’ll walk by the CN Tower, the tall free-standing structure, a great way to see the city from way above. Ripley’s is next to the CN Tower. You will then walk through the financial district and a part of the original downtown which is Yonge Street. Yonge street runs north-south, it is said to be the longest street in the world, walk north and explore. Yonge street divides the city from the east side to the west side. There’s a big mall called The Eaton Centre at Yonge and Queen/Dundas. St. Lawrence Market is at Jarvis/Front. ”
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Monument / Landmark
“Just letting you know that Church Street is a hop skip and jump from here. ”
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