Canada may be the butt of every great American joke, but Toronto is easily one of the most unique cities with a skyline that most envy. If you’ve never given Toronto a visit, here are five things you absolutely cannot miss out on when making your first trip to “Hogtown“.
Visit Niagara Falls
Niagara Falls is the collective name for the three waterfalls that hug the Canadian-U.S. border. With the awe-inspiring views, the local wineries, the live music in town, and the boat tours that give you an up close and personal introduction to the falls, you’re sure to have your breath taken away here.
Visit Canada’s Largest Indoor Aquarium
Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada has a whopping 16,000 underwater animals! That’s a lot. Do you really need more convincing?
Soar Above the Clouds at the CN Tower
The CN Tower is a communications and observation tower that was for 34 years, until 2010, the tallest free-standing structure and the tallest tower in the world. Fun fact: the CN Tower stands at 1,815.4 feet tall (553.33 m.)!
Explore the Hockey Hall of Fame
This museum/hall of fame is dedicated to the history of ice hockey, offering visitors a look at NHL (National Hockey League) memorabilia, trophies, records, and the Stanley Cup.
Walk Through Distillery District
Distillery District is Toronto’s historical district that has cute shops and cafés, yummy restaurants, historical buildings to admire, and is super Christmassy during the holidays!