• CN Tower – Toronto’s highest observation point, featuring a glass-bottom observation deck. Dine at 360 The Restaurant at the CN Tower, with a magnificent revolving view of Toronto
  • St. Lawrence Market – Over 120 specialty merchants and vendors in the centre of the historic Old Town Toronto (Strawberry Festival – June 18, 2011). 5 minute walking distance from hotel
  • Toronto Islands – 10 minute ferry ride takes you to Toronto’s islands in Lake Ontario. Bike rentals available to explore miles of beaches, gardens and parks
  • Steamwhistle Brewery ­– immediately in front of the CN Tower sits this unique brewery. Learn how one of Canada's Premium Pilsners is made, and learn about the historic John St. Roundhouse
  • The Beach Boardwalk – 3 km long, this area is a park in itself, with picnic tables, biking and roller-blade trails & a sandy beach
  • Royal Ontario Museum – one of the world’s leading museums of natural history. FeaturingWater The Exhibition
  • Ontario Place – familyentertainment featuring rides and attractions, including water activities and other exciting and educational outdoor activities
  • Rogers Centre – a Toronto landmark home to the Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Team and Toronto Argonauts Football Team.
  • Air Canada Centre – sports and entertainment venue home to the Toronto Maple Leafs hockey club
  • Medieval Times (Exhibition Grounds) – A dinner theatre attraction (jousting, knights, etc).
  • Casa Loma – this historic castle is complete with decorated suites, secret passages, an 800-foot tunnel, towers, stables, and a 5-acre estate garden.