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What to see in Toronto

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Casa Loma

Canada's own castle, Casa Loma, is today owned by the City of Toronto and draws plenty of interest, standing in medieval…

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CN Tower

Standing 1,815ft (553m) high, Toronoto's landmark CN Tower was the world's tallest building until 2007, and remains a…

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Distillery Historic District

The brick-paved streets of the pedestrianised village have been designated a National Heritage Site and are said to contain…

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Gardiner Museum of Ceramics

Housed in an attractive building across from the Royal Ontario Museum, the Gardiner Museum of Ceramics is one of the…

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Harbourfront Centre

With an idyllic setting right beside the lake, the Harbourfront Centre is the communal heart of the city, where locals…

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Hockey Hall of Fame

Any avid hockey fan must take a turn at Toronto's Hockey Hall of Fame, an ode to hockey's greatest players and most prized…

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Kensington Market

A National Historic Site, Kensington Market embodies Toronto's multicultural society. Founded in the early twentieth…

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Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art

Formerly the Art Gallery of North York, the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art opened its doors in 1999 keen to display…

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Royal Ontario Museum

The pride of this large and varied museum is the golden mosaic ceiling inside the main entrance to the building in Queen's…

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