Found just west of the downtown core, Kensington Market is a haven of fresh produce, exotic foods, eclectic shops, and tiny-yet-amazing restaurants. The 245 local, and mostly independent, businesses include vintage clothing stores, butcher shops, specialty cheese stores, bakers, Latin American grocers, and restaurants ranging from Thai food to empanadas and pupusas to some of the best Mexican in the city. Read More
CN Tower is the famous landmarks of Canada which is 533.33m tall and it was built by Canadian National Railway. It consists of two decks named, Sky Pod which is 351m high and Space Deck which is 447m high. CN Tower is famous for its hotel named ‘360’ which is the revolving hotel. CN tower is visited by millions of visitors every year.
Being part of the Toronto Waterfront, Harbourfront is located on the northern shore of Lake Ontario. Since Toronto come into being this harbour is used for shipping and industrial purposes. Parks and public spaces like HTO Park, the Martin Goodman Trail, and the Waterfront WaveDecks at the foots of Spadina Avenue Read More
Toronto Zoo is the famous and premier zoo of Canada. The Zoo has about 5000 animals belonging to more than 460 species of animals.Animals from different regions of the world are present here such as Australia, Africa, Asia, etc.
Near the shore of Lake Ontario, Rogers Center is located which is a multi-purpose stadium in Toronto. This stadium is famous mainly for sports events but it also hosts other large scale events like trade fairs, concerts, conventions and monster truck shows. This stadium was renamed after it is bought by ‘Rogers Communication’.
Ontario Science Centre is a science museum in Toronto. The science center is famous for featuring everything related to science and nature. The Science Centre also features a Work-Out Gym that is used for Adults or Teens that can hold up to 30 people. The museum holds the world largest outdoor hydraulophone. Read More
St-Lawrence is among one of the famous market in Toronto. This market is divided into two building as: St. Lawrence Market North, on the north side of Front St, which hosts weekly farmer's markets and antique markets. Read More