Ontario Place is a multiple use entertainment and seasonal waterfront park attraction located in Toronto. The park is a seasonal place to visit for children’s and a families and remain closed from October to April. In the centre of the park there is a concert theater. The park will also feature over 30 exhilarating rides and attractions plus the newly renovated Cinesphere Cinema. Read More
Canada's Wonderland, Toronto is home to the most exhilarating collection of rides, roller coasters and water park fun in all of Canada. The Park features 68 exciting rides including 15 thrilling roller coasters. There are also 2 live shows for children’s of all ages to enjoy while visiting the Canada Wonderland. Read More
Toronto Islands are the chain of small islands located in the city of Toronto and are a famous recreational spot. The Island is basically a car-free zone however bicycles, tri-cycles, quadracycles and canoes are available to tourist on demand. The central area of the island holds a children amusement park, several swimming beaches, yacht clubs, etc. Read More
Come and enjoy the freezing winter in Toronto by doing skiing and snowboarding in one of the most beautiful region of the world. Certifies instructors will teach you how to do skiing and snowboarding. Famous skiing and snowboarding resorts are:
Toronto is home to famous shopping places and the famous shopping places in Toronto are The Toronto’s Bloor-Yorkville, Toronto Eaton Centre, Vaughan Mills, ByWard Market, Hamilton’s Locke Street and St. Lawrence and Kensington markets.
Beat the heating summer by visiting some of the most beautiful beaches in Toronto and have a sand volleyball. Read More
Visit some of the most beautiful parks of Toronto and enjoy the memorable time with your family and kids by taking some silly rides and laugh out loud. Read More
Swimming is a great way to maintain lifelong fitness and wellness and it is often ranked as the best form of exercise for all the benefits it provides. So come enjoy the time at your favorite swimming pool. Read More