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Toronto Eaton CentreMap
Stretching two full city blocks, the Toronto Eaton Centre is among Canada's most recognizable landmarks, and one of the country's best-known retail shopping destinations. With over 235 retailers, restaurants and services in the heart of downtown, Toronto Eaton Centre is the city's premier urban destination. Toronto Eaton Centre is Canada's premier shopping destination and is an experience that defines elevated living, offering international retailers unrivalled by any other shopping in downtown Toronto. Truly a unique destination that offers an urban vibrancy and exciting possibilities with every visit. For more information about the Toronto Eaton Centre, visit torontoeatoncentre.com

 
 
Art Gallery of OntarioMap
With a permanent collection of more than 79,450 works of art, the Art Gallery of Ontario is among the most distinguished art museums in North America. In 2008, with a stunning new design by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry, the AGO opened its doors to the public amid international acclaim. Highlights include Galleria Italia, a gleaming showcase made of wood and glass running the length of an entire city block along the Gallery's façade; and the feature staircase, spiraling up through the roof of Walker Court and into the new contemporary galleries above. From the extensive Group of Seven collection to the dramatic new African art gallery; from the cutting-edge works in the Vivian & David Campbell Centre for Contemporary Art to Peter Paul Rubens' masterpiece The Massacre of The Innocents, a highlight of the celebrated Thomson Collection, there is truly something for everyone at the AGO.

 
 
Casa LomaMap
Experience the elegance and splendour of the Edwardian era at Casa Loma! Explore the former home of Sir Henry Pellatt featuring unique architecture, beautifully furnished rooms, secret passages, towers, and an 800-foot tunnel to luxurious stables. May through October enjoy our magnificent estate gardens.

 
 
Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young PeopleMap
For over 43 years, Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People (LKTYP), Canada's largest theatre company for young audiences in Canada, has presented classics from children's literature along with new Canadian plays in a season that spans from October through May. A multi-faceted centre for learning through the arts, LKTYP's productions are designed to help children and youth identify with the issues they face today in an entertaining and engaging way. Please visit the website for show information or call (416) 862-2222.

 
 
Medieval TimesMap
The exhilarating combination of fun, feasting and fighting that captured the enthusiasm of guests when the first Castle opened its gates in Spain in 1973 is just as popular today. Journey back to the 11th century, as the plot unfolds with shocking twists and turns, truth, honor and love eventually triumph over evil and peace is restored to the kingdom.

 
 
MirvishMap
Owner of Toronto's Royal Alexandra and Pricess of Wales theatres, Mirvish Productions is one of Toronto's largest live-theatre production companies.

 
 
Ontario Science CentreMap
The Ontario Science Centre's mission is to delight, inform and challenge visitors through engaging and thought-provoking experiences in science and technology. Spend a fun-filled day in an imaginative, entertaining environment. Explore hundreds of permanent exhibits including KidSpark, Toronto's only Planetarium and The Weston Family Innovation Centre.

 
 
Royal Ontario MuseumMap
No trip to Toronto is complete without a visit the Royal Ontario Museum - Canada's largest museum of world cultures and natural history. Explore galleries of dinosaurs, ancient Egypt, Canada's First Peoples, gems & minerals and more, alongside world-class dining, shopping and breathtaking architecture. Enjoy one of Toronto's best family destinations - for less!

 
 
Second CityMap
Toronto's leader in sketch comedy, Second City has produced many generations of famous comedians. Start your night off right with a pre-show dinner or stick around for the post-show improve.

 
 
Bata Shoe MuseumMap
Discover the treasures of North America's charming and surprising shoe museum. Hundreds of shoes (from a collection numbering over 10,000) are on exhibit in architect Raymond Moriyama's award-winning four-storey structure. The Museum celebrates the style and function of footwear in four impressive galleries. Footwear on display ranges from Chinese bound foot shoes and ancient Egyptian sandals to chestnut-crushing clogs and glamourous platforms. Over 4,500 years of history and a collection of 20th-century celebrity shoes are reflected in the semi-permanent exhibition, All About Shoes. Three other galleries feature changing exhibitions, so there's always something new to see.

 
 
Yonge Centre for the Performing ArtsMap
The Young Centre for the Performing Arts was envisioned by George Brown College and Soulpepper Theatre Company to be a home to the entire Toronto arts community. In the fall of 2008, the Young Centre launched an exciting slate of programming involving four major streams of activity: Festivals, Presentations, Incubation and Outreach. With artistic programming lead by 12 remarkable Resident Artists, the Young Centre will be bursting at its seams with music, theatre, dance and spoken word – and all the collaborative possibilities in between.

 
 
Segway of OntarioMap
Segway of Ontario is proud to introduce Toronto's first guided Segway tour at the "hottest" site in town – The Distillery Historic District. The tour offers the complete visitor experience: a great orientation, informative historical and current-day information, fantastic photo ops, superb shopping & dining and an opportunity to ride the coolest machine in the world, and more.