As I was writing this, I was thinking “O Canada…“, swiftly followed by the realisation that I don’t know any of the rest of the words, anyhoo, I totally digress, especially as I want to share some of the best things to do in Toronto.
With Canada, most people’s thoughts tend to go for the more natural attractions (case in point – this beauty) with relatively little consideration going to its cities yet Canada is home to some of the most exciting and vibrant cities in all the land. This is especially true when it comes to the best things to do in Toronto.
For some reason, Toronto always feels like a ‘Canadian New York’ if that makes sense?
Ontario’s capital city is definitely a fantastic place to visit, especially with all the best things to do in Toronto. Located right on Lake Ontario, the city is a multicultural hub, with lots to see and do.
This is why I wanted to share some of the very best things to do in Toronto on your next trip. You’ll have the best time.
1.) Brave the glass floor in the CN Tower
Since the CN Tower is probably going to be the first thing you notice upon arriving in Toronto, it might as well be the first thing to actually go visit.
The views from this communications tower will not disappoint and it’s easily up there as one of the best things to do in Toronto. Standing 1,815 feet (553 m) tall, visitors are able to see Toronto and the entire surrounding area from the LookOut Level of the tower.
There is also a Glass Floor for visitors to brave walk upon, and for the tallest viewing point, head to the SkyPod, which offers views from a height of 1,465 feet (447 m). Feeling a little dizzy yet?
2.) Admire the Hockey Hall of Fame
Since hockey is the national sport of Canada, you better believe that anything related to the sport in Toronto is going to be impressive.
Situated in Old Toronto, the Hockey Hall of Fame is great for all things hockey. It houses a large collection of hockey memorabilia, and visitors can even play one-on-one against life-sized, animated versions of some of the greatest professional players in the sport.
If hockey is your game, then the Hall of Fame is for you. That being said, if you’re not into hockey you might wanna knock this off your list of the best things to do in Toronto… you’ll find it pretty boring otherwise.