The Best Attractions in Toronto

From sea creatures to world-renowned sports teams, Toronto’s tourist attractions draw millions of visitors each year.

Visit the Hockey Hall of Fame and see the Stanley Cup. The historic facility has a ton of interactive exhibits to enjoy even if you’re not a hockey fan. The Broadcast Pods let you announce iconic games and the huge gift shop is quite the sight!

Get your thrills by visiting Toronto’s 1,815 foot tall landmark: the CN Tower. If the glass floor isn’t scary enough, test your limits by doing the Edge Walk. Dine at the 360 Restaurant that features an award-winning wine list and a stunning view of the city.

Catch glowing jellyfish and see sharks up close at the Ripley’s Aquarium. You can even pet stingrays! There are a ton of photo opportunities where you get to climb inside shark tanks (separated by a glass wall, of course).

Witness international artists at the Air Canada Centre with state-of-the-art sound systems, four Sony Jumbotrons and over 700 televisions. The Toronto Raptors and the Toronto Maple Leafs also call this stadium home.

The Rogers Centre (formerly the SkyDome) is home to the Toronto Blue Jays and CFL’s Toronto Argonauts. The iconic landmark is the world’s first multipurpose retractable domed stadium. It has its share of sports memories including when Joltin’ Joe Carter won the World Series on October 23, 1993.

Whether you’re a sports fan or want to see sharks up close, Toronto’s attractions offer something for everyone. Sign up to our newsletter and receive the latest news and events!