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Air Canada Centre

Music

This modern 21,000-seat arena alternates between major-name concerts and hockey and basketball games. This is where you're likely to find Madonna, Elton...

40 Bay Street
Tags: Pop
Major venue

Art Gallery of Ontario

Critics' choice
Art, Museums

The AGO is staying open despite the fact that it's having its insides ripped out and transformed in a Frank Gehry-designed makeover. Specific galleries and...

317 Dundas Street W
Major venue

CiRCA

Critics' choice
Clubs

Peter Gatien, the Canadian impresario behind New York's Limelight and Tunnel nightclubs, is back home and looking to make a comeback with a club that has...

126 John Street
Tags: Dance, Club
Major venue

CN Tower

Critics' choice
Attractions

Though it has now been eclipsed as the world's tallest structure (by the Burj Dubai), the CN Tower held the title for an impressive 30 years. Some quip that...

301 Front Street W
Major venue

Elgin & Winter Garden Theatre

Theatre

North America's only remaining double-decker theatre complex (a popular design in the early 1900s), the Elgin and the Winter Garden were both restored in...

189 Yonge Street
Major venue

Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts

Music

An opera house can assume a larger-than-life presence and become a symbol of a city. Think of Milan's La Scala, the swooping sail architecture of Sydney or...

145 Queen Street W
Major venue

Ontario Place

Attractions, Cinemas

This public amusement park was built in the 1970s, when Canadian nationalism (and, some would say, government spending) was at its zenith. The private...

955 Lake Shore Boulevard W
Major venue

Ontario Science Centre

Critics' choice
Museums

The multi-level centre houses 800 or so science exhibits, plus Toronto's only planetarium and an Omnimax movie theatre. The OSC opened in 1969, and some...

770 Don Mills Road
Major venue

Rogers Centre (formerly SkyDome)

Music

With the arrival of the Air Canada Centre, the cavernous, oft-maligned Rogers Centre now hosts fewer concerts, but it's the one place in town for stadium...

1 Blue Jays Way
Tags: Pop, Rock
Major venue

Rogers Centre (formerly SkyDome)

Attractions

Resembling a giant white beetle, the Rogers Centre (named after a local media and cable colossus) is a more significant building than the Air Canada Centre,...

1 Blue Jays Way
Major venue

Roy Thomson Hall

Music

In the shape of a snare drum, this striking glass building is hard to miss. The home of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the 2,812-seat theatre also hosts...

60 Simcoe Street
Major venue

Royal Ontario Museum

Critics' choice
Museums

Designed by Daniel Libeskind, the architect behind Berlin's Jewish Museum and Manchester's Imperial War Museum North, the glass-and-steel structure is,...

100 Queen's Park
Major venue

Toronto Eaton Centre

Attractions, Shops

While Dundas Square contains some of Toronto's most important places of worship, the biggest shrine here is devoted to consumerism. The Eaton Centre opened...

1 Dundas Street W
FreeMajor venue