Staycation at the Six
Now that the cold weather has come, most of us will probably start hibernating indoors but you don’t have to get stuck outside to enjoy the sites of Toronto. Here are six popular tourist attractions that everyone can enjoy.
CN Tower, Toronto’s famous landmark. Take a trip up this 553 meter structure that was built between 1972 and 1976. Located at 301 Front Street West, the CN Tower offers the best view of Toronto.
Ripley’s Aquarium, located near the base of the CN Tower at 288 Bremner Boulevard. Experience North America’s longest underwater viewing tunnel with more than 5.7 million litres of water full of all kinds of marine life.
The Eaton Center located at 220 Yonge St, offers the ultimate shopping experience. Extending over several blocks, this complex is a maze of department stores, specialty shops, boutiques, restaurants, cafeterias, and many more. The St. Lawrence Market on 92 Front Street East is a titillating experience of sights and smells. The Market houses a variety of vendors selling various specialty items and food products.
While the Hockey Hall of Fame at 30 Yonge St does a wonderful job of exhibiting Canada's most beloved sport. With the most extensive collection of hockey gear and memorabilia from around the globe, it is a great spot to view the game’s most iconic players.
The Ontario Science Center, great for the whole family. Explore the latest development in technology, telecommunications, optics, biology, physics, space travel and meteorology at 770 Don Mills Rd.
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