Toronto top things to do?

posted 2 years ago in Holidays
Post # 3
209 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

Visit the CN Tower, Get tickets to a Blue Jays game.  The Canadian Exhibition is opening tomrorow and runs until labor day  It is FULL of food, games, rides and shopping and is a very reasonable price.  Shop at the Eaton Center and visit the Aquarium that is brand new!

Hope that helps!


Post # 4
1583 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2014

Few ideas:

Toronto Zoo, Royal Ontario Museum, day trip to Niagara Falls, Casa Loma, Art Gallery of Ontario

Post # 6
103 posts
Blushing bee

Visiting Jacobs & Co is a must! The best steak & service! 

Post # 7
672 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

babycuddlebee:  Toronto is a very multicultural city so one of the best things is to explore the ethnic neighbourhoods by foot/public transit. There are plenty of little stores and great restaurants and they may even catch a few festivals going on. Greektown can be found on Danforth Ave, Little India on Gerrard St., Chinatown on Spadina, and Little Italy and Portugal on College St to name a few. In addition, I would also recommend visiting Kensington Market and The St. Lawrence market, they are very different from each other but both have a great vibe and plenty of good eats. 

Using public transit, we call it the TTC, is the easiest way to get around in the downtown core and I also recommend doing a city tour on a double decker bus. 

Hope they enjoy our city!

Post # 8
316 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

babycuddlebee:  The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) will be going on in Sept. Maybe they can catch some movies or do some celeb sighting.

Post # 10
2658 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2016 - Surfer's Beach, Grand Cayman

Centre Island is always nice 

Post # 11
1108 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

Go to the MOCCA! (Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art)

Post # 12
791 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

If they enjoy trying different types of cuisine, they’ll have a lovely time in Toronto. I’d suggest having your friends check out the restaurants section of Trip Advisor. There are so many cultures represented in Toronto, and the restaurants really reflect that. 

Post # 13
745 posts
Busy bee

There is a LOT to do in this city, but here are a few ideas:

If you’re here for a full week, the new Ripley’s Aquarium is amazing! I’d avoid it during the weekend, but on weekdays it’s pretty incredible, and not too packed.<br /><br />If you’re looking for tasty brunch, there’s the Bier Market, White Brick Kitchen, Farmhouse Tavern, and more. (<br /><br />High Park is gorgeous if you want to hang out in a big park for a few hours (depening on where you’re coming from). 

Yorkville if you want to do any fancy, high end shopping. 

Kensington Market on Sunday, or St. Lawrence market on Saturday if you want to check out the local food markets (the St. Lawrence market is ranked one of the best in the world — go on Saturday morning before noon if you do go).

Post # 14
9856 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: May 2014

babycuddlebee: Live in the GTA burbs.  Spend lots of time in the city. 

When are you coming and where are you staying?

Ripley’s Aquarium is spectacular, but you want to go on a weekday

Blue Jays games are loads of fun

CN tower is an awesome view (But pricey)

Toronto Zoo is pretty nice (and they have Pandas)

There are always musicals on

The ROM (Royal Ontario Museum) is also pretty great

So is the AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario)

There are lots of places to eat, The Works is awesome if you like burgers – Oliver and Bonnacini has a great brunch, Frans has great Diner Breakfast – yelp is a great place to look for reviews.


Post # 15
129 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: January 2011

TIFF!  The Toronto International Film Festival will be in town!

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