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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
Admittedly Canadian TV history isn't going to mean much to visitors from abroad, but the CBC Broadcasting Centre's big-box architecture, giant atrium and...
250 Front Street W
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
Don Valley Brick Works Park is one of the most important geological sites in North America: the layers of sedimentary rock found in the quarry walls help...
550 Bayview Avenue
This cultural centre by the lake is reviving its festival of international theatre for 2007. An annual event from January through May, New World Stage hosts...
235 Queen's Quay W
The fan-shaped outdoor summer stage looks out on to Lake Ontario and the Toronto Islands. It usually hosts world music concerts, but you can sometimes catch...
235 Queens Quay W
Museums, Sport, health & fitness
A tribute to Canada's national game, this sports shrine features more than 5,110 sq m (50,000 sq ft) of games, displays and memorabilia, including Olympic...
Restaurants & cafés
Steak and chicken, steak and ribs, steak and lobster - you get the picture. Burgers are also good. Quality is high, and service smiley, American-style.
12 Church Street
Toronto's premier venue for children's theatre offers productions that are aimed at kids but will also appeal to their adult escorts. Shows are tailored for...
165 Front Street E
Like their mums, who wear the theatrical Fashion Crimes label from mother store across the street, little girls just wanna have fun. Expect to see a feather...
3222 Queen Street W
Restaurants & cafés
Toronto's answer to Chuck-E-Cheez has been filling kids with 'pasghetti and meat bulbs' for yonks. Near the Hockey Hall of Fame.
54 The Esplanade
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
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