Things To Do In Toronto


Are you visiting Toronto for the first time? Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Look no further! Here are a few fun attractions you can visit right here in Toronto!


Ripley's Aquarium

Ripley's Aquarium is definitely a "Must-See" if you are visiting Toronto. You will get a chance to explore the sea in a way you never thought possible. From the Canadian Reefs to the Sand Tiger Sharks, you will see it ALL at Ripley's Aquarium. They are open every day from 9am-11pm. Tickets can be purchased here or at the door. Tickets are $35 per adult and $12 for children. However, if you are looking to save money, visiting after 7pm, adults pay $30 and children pay $7. 


Casa Loma

Casa Loma is one of Toronto's Top Tourist attractions. Each year, over 350 000 people visit. This Gothic Revival style mansion was constructed from 1911 to 1914 and used to be the residence of financier Sir Henry Pellat and his wife. If you plan to visit, give yourself at least 3 hours. There are so many amazing things to see! This is a self guided tour that will bring you through the entire castle and showcase all of its hidden gems! NEW and exciting this year, Casa Loma presents: "Just For Laughs Comedy at the Castle" featuring live comedy performances on Wednesday evenings. To learn more or to purchase tickets, click here. Tickets: $30 Adults | $20 Children. 


Toronto Zoo

The Toronto Zoo is the largest Zoo in Canada! The Zoo has over 5,000 animals representing over 450 species. There is something for everyone at the Zoo! I would suggest planning to be on location for at least 3 hours. Pro Tip: Do not forget to pack your running shoes, there is a lot of walking through the Zoo. You must definitely visit the Indo-Malaya, African Rainforest, African Savanna and Tundra Trek, just to name a few! Tickets: $23 Adults | $14 Children. To purchase tickets or to learn more, click here.  


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