Top 3 Tourist Spots in Toronto

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Top 3 Tourist Spots in Toronto

When in Toronto, it is best to commune with nature and arts to maximize your tour. Probably the best places to visit are architectural structures, landmarks and of course the zoo. Personally the zoo will be on our top list. Who can forget that a large part of Canada borders was once the home of the dinos where the largest deposits of dinosaur bones in the world. And if you’re an NBA fan you may also want to pay a visit to Toronto Raptors sport shops to catch their memorabilia. Also, when in Toronto, explore the local food you can find only in this area. Real Estate in Toronto is something we look forward to, in case we’re planning to migrate, Toronto, Canada is what we had in mind to spend the holidays, and perhaps the right place to spend retirement.

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Top 3 Tourist Spots in Toronto

Toronto Zoo. The wild spaces prioritizes animal care and conservation to fight extinction, the wildlife as a whole. The stakeholders and keepers are committed to revolutionizing the zoo technology. Top spots to try driving around the Wild side, the Scenic Safari Drive-Thru. If you’re like us who loves to hike, the zoo has a one-way walking route while digging in for some connection with these amazing animals. There’s also the Wild Encounter, a guided interaction tour among the animals you adore.

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Image from Instagram: @thetorontozoo

How to get there?
2000 Meadowvale Rd, Toronto, Ontario M1B 5K7 Canada
http://www.torontozoo.com/

 

Royal Ontario Museum. During foreign travels, specialty museums such as history museums or contemporary ones are included in our pre-planning most of the time. Immersion with visual art, archaeology, material culture, and nature’s earth sciences, biodiversity, all in one place that was built since 1914. ROM Toronto is renowned as the largest museum in Canada, it houses a world-class collection of more than 13 million artworks, six million objects and specimens, featured in 40 gallery and exhibition spaces.

Wander along the promenade of ROM halls to appreciate its beauty while experiencing the rest of the engaging features of the museum. Not to mention the Dinosaur exhibit, as I mentioned they breathe, eat and laugh in Canada! There’s also the mummy exhibit and our favorite view of the gems and minerals exhibit. ROM has the tendency to fascinate everyone’s interest. Indeed, you need at least 4 hours to spend to be able to intensively enjoy the museum.

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Image from Instagram: @romtoronto

Royal Ontario Museum admission prices can vary. Entrance tickets currently cost ₱955.47, while a popular guided tour starts around ₱591.94 per person.

How to get there?
100 Queen’s Park, Toronto, Ontario M5S 2C6 Canada

Royal Ontario Museum is open:
Tue – Sun 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM

 

CN Tower. Canada’s national tower with a height of 553.33 m (1,815 ft., 5 in), it’s the tallest free-standing structure in the Western Hemisphere. A visit to Toronto, Canada is never complete without the picturesque view of the observation deck.

Edge Walk is not for the weaklings, kidding aside, though the adrenaline rush while walking the world’s highest outdoor walk on a building is something every traveler should not miss. Alongside the Look Out, Glass Floor, Sky Terrace and Sky Pod while you board the 58-sec ride of the glass fronted elevators. IG prone tourists and the seeker of adventures will thrill out with the deck’s sightseeing cityscape overlooking the 160km (100 miles) from 3 observation levels: the floor-to-ceiling panoramic, the architectural illumination of the tower each night from dusk to dawn, and charge up your food flat lays of the Canadian cuisine with the breathtaking revolving views at 360 Restaurant.

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Image from Instagram: @cntower

How to get there?
290 Bremner Blvd, Toronto, Ontario M5V 3L9 Canada

CN Tower is open:
Sun – Sat 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM

 

Your Toronto vacation is one among your bucket list. We would love to visit them again and again.

Have you been to Toronto? What else can we experience aside from our top list?
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References
(n.d.). Retrieved from Toronto Zoo: http://www.torontozoo.com/
(n.d.). Retrieved from Royal Ontario Museum: https://www.rom.on.ca/
(n.d.). Retrieved from CN Tower: http://cntower.ca

 

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