43 Umissable Sights of Toronto ...


As the most populous city of Canada, there are more sights of Toronto than any visitor could wish for. Hugging the shore of Lake Ontario, Toronto is not only a fabulous tourist destination, it regularly features high up the list of the world's best places to live. You might recognize some of these sights of Toronto, and if not, put them on your itinerary for when you visit.

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Downtown Some of the main sights of Toronto are clustered together in Downtown.


Eaton Centre

Eaton Centre Toronto's is the largest of the Eaton malls


Casa Loma

Casa Loma Via Toronto's Castle

The museum and landmark was originally a residence for financier Sir Henry Mill Pellatt.


Flat-iron Building

Flat-iron Building Via Flat-iron in Toronto

The Gooderham building is one of the historic attractions of Toronto.


Shri Swaminarayan Mandir

Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Via Doors Open Wins Again

As gorgeous as the temples in India.

Famous Quotes

One who gains strength by overcoming obstacles possesses the only strength which can overcome adversity.

Albert Schweitzer

Ivy Portal

Ivy Portal Via Blue Pueblo

A bench with a view!



Skyride Via Skyride

One of the recent attractions of Toronto. Skyride opened in 2012.


The Royal Ontario Museum

The Royal Ontario Museum Via Toronto's Royal Ontario Museum : ...

The entrance is a later addition to the original building by Frank Gehry.


The Allen Lambert Galleria

The Allen Lambert Galleria Via 36. Allan Lambert Galleria

This is one of the installations in Brookfield Place. It is often called the "Crystal Cathedral of Commerce"


The Marilyn Monroe Condos

The Marilyn Monroe Condos Via The Marilyn Monroe Condos

So called because of their curves.


St. Lawrence Market

St. Lawrence Market Via St. Lawrence Market

The city's famous market is one of the sights of Toronto on everyone's list to visit.



Poutine Via City Guide - Things to ...

You can't go to Toronto and not have Poutine (hot fries, cheese curds and brown gravy.)


Old City Hall

Old City Hall Via It's a beautiful world

Old City Hall is currently used by the Ontario Court of Justice.


Kensington Market

Kensington Market Via Picture: Kensington Market, Toronto, Ontario

So diverse and cosmopolitan that a wander around the Kensington Market district is said to be a stroll around the world.


Lake Ontario at Scarborough Bluffs,

Lake Ontario at Scarborough Bluffs, Via Toronto

Wrap up warm if you plan to visit Toronto in winter.


St. Andrew-by-the-Lake Church

St. Andrew-by-the-Lake Church Via St. Andrew-by-the-Lake Church

This darling little church sits on Center Island, one of a number of islands in Lake Ontario.



Shoreline Via Great way to start the ...

The lake shoreline is just as gorgeous as anywhere.



Wavedeck There are four different wavedecks along the waterfront; each built to represent the movements of Lake Ontario.


Toronto at Night

Toronto at Night Via Toronto At Night

Find a viewing spot and enjoy the lights.


Gibraltar Point Lighthouse

Gibraltar Point Lighthouse Via Toronto's Top 10 : Toronto ...

Toronto's oldest lighthouse.


Necropolis Cemetery Chapel

Necropolis Cemetery Chapel Via Necropolis Chapel B

The cemetery dates back to 1850.



SkyWalk Via Random Inspiration #26 | Architecture, ...

If you've a head for heights you'll see amazing views from the CN Tower.


Harbor and the City

Harbor and the City Via harbour and the city

The harbor serves as a commercial port, a ferry port and marina for pleasure craft.


Harbor Front Boardwalk

Harbor Front Boardwalk Via Welcome to Flickr - Photo ...

An ideal place for a pleasant stroll.



Wavedeck Via 365project.org

Another of the interesting wavedecks.


University of Toronto

University of Toronto Via ghosts of nuit blanche

Glorious old buildings make a lovely place to go to class.


CN Tower

CN Tower Via Toronto Map, City Map of ...

At 1815 feet, the CN Tower is the tallest free-standing structure in the Western Hemisphere. 2 million people visit the building every year and many enjoy the world's highest observation deck.


Entry Gate, the Guild Inn

Entry Gate, the Guild Inn Via Blue Pueblo

He stands on watch over the abandoned gardens.


Saint Andrews Church

Saint Andrews Church Via 22 Majestic Old Buildings Completely ...

A quaint old church amid a sea of skyscrapers and modern buildings.



Wonderland Via Top 10 Theme Park Resorts ...

The park has 16 roller coasters, second highest number in the world behind Six Flags Magic Mountain.


Distillery District

Distillery District Via Toronto's Historic Distillery District 3

After a day of seeing the sights of Toronto, head to the trendy Distillery district for some of the best food and entertainment in the city.


Rogers Centre

Rogers Centre Via Game on

The stadium is home to the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team.


Nathan Phillips Square

Nathan Phillips Square Via aphotoplace.blogspot.com.au

Sitting in front of New City Hall, as well as becoming an ice rink in winter, the square is the site of concerts, art displays, a weekly farmers' market, the winter festival of lights, and other public events.



Harborfront Via condos & yachts

Prime real estate for apartment owners and boat lovers.


Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library

Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library Via 49 Breathtaking Libraries From All ...

A stunning place in Toronto's University for rare books.



Chinatown Via Toronto China Town, Spadina Ave

Every major city has its ethnic enclaves and generally a Chinatown heads the list.


Cherry Blossoms

Cherry Blossoms Via Sakura trees

And from sights of China to a sight reminiscent of Japan. Trees in full bloom in High Park.


Ripley’s Aquarium

Ripley’s Aquarium Via Ripley's Aquarium Of Canada: Details ...

Only opened in October 2013, the aquarium is one of the newest attractions of Toronto.


New City Hall

New City Hall Via tonontario.ca

Despite the very modern look, the New City Hall opened in 1965, replacing the old one (still standing) which had been built in 1899.


Then and Now

Then and Now Via Toronto

Few views show the mix of old and new than this one.


Toronto Island

Toronto Island Via Centre Island Sunset, Toronto - ...

Enjoy views of the city from the islands.


Yonge Street

Yonge Street Via flickr.com

Depending on the definition, Yonge Street is the longest street in the world. It is beaten by the Pan-American Highway which runs from Argentina to Alaska (a mere 4,800 miles) but that's a road!



Fall Via Downtown Toronto in light fog ...

You won’t miss out when Mother Nature changes her wardrobe if you visit Toronto in the fall.

We've turned the last page in the album of the sights of Toronto. What would be top choice for you to see?

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Poutine is a Canadian thing.Ppl in Toronto likes it

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