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Top 10 Places To Visit in Ontario
Ontario Canada is the largest province in the country as well as number one in the field of tourism. Every year lakhs of tourists from all over the country and abroad come to visit this province. Sports tourism, Beaches, Falls, CN Tower, Museums, Parks, Gardens, islands and National Park are the best places to have fun here.
#1. CN Tower
Canada’s Iconic tower is located at the heart of the city. You get the same view of this architecture from any part. Great Vibe, Lots of people! Each time we go, there’s something new. A lot of beautiful buildings, parks, and restaurants are around. You can spend time alone or with friends and family. Don’t go just for general admission alone(346 m), add skypod (447 m) to have a thrilling experience which is $15 more but trust me it’s worth your money. You can also do an edge walk at main observation level and view it live on screen. The washrooms were super clean. Masks were mandatory to wear all the time that we can totally understand. Moreover, the food (fish and chips) was fantastic.
Address: 290 Bremner Blvd, Toronto, ON M5V 3L9, Canada
Ticket Price: CAD 43 & walk at the top of CN Tower the cost is $195 CAD for the 90-minute experience.
Timings: 9 Am To 9 PM.
#2. Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada
Super cool place!! Would recommend it for all ages! Was thoroughly entertained by the underwater tunnel. I Was told it was small by locals, but it’s actually huge! Conveniently located near the CN tower and other tourist landmarks. Purchased a city pass and this was included with it, excellent value.
Address: 288 Bremner Blvd, Toronto, ON M5V 3L9, Canada.
Ticket Price – Adult (14+): $44. Youth (6-13): $29. Child (3-5): $12.50.
Timings: 9 Am To 11 PM.
#3. Canada’s Wonderland
Winterfest was fantastic and the Christmas season ignited with the sights, lights, and sounds. Only a few rides were open, pictures with character lines weren’t too long, and lines for rides were in close proximity to others, but adult vaccines and ID were checked for all guests at the gate. The lights, skating, music, gift shops, and entertainment were perfect! The tables with propane fire, heating stations everywhere and adult beverages were unexpected and appreciated. The experience was enjoyed by all ages. 4 hours without the need to have a meal was perfectly enjoyable for all.
Address: 1 Canada’s Wonderland Drive, Vaughan, ON L6A 1S6.
Ticket Price – Adult tickets for $44.49 and Ride & Refresh packages for $56.49.
Timings: 10 Am To 10 PM.
#4. Royal Ontario Museum
Place where you can find information on diverse history and culture, fascinating details of early people of Canada, amazing journey of Dinosaurs and their evolution through the years, beautiful gemstones information and their history. Go with your kids and show them amazing history and culture!
Address: 100 Queens Park, Toronto, ON M5S 2C6, Canada
Ticket Price – CAD 20 for adults, CAD 14 for children (4-14) and CAD 17 for senior citizens (65+).
Timings: 10 Am To 5:30 PM.
#5. Toronto Zoo
Best place to go and explore the new world. It is very big and beautiful. You still provided with a proper guide and proper food stations. Wonderful zoo! There are multiple different areas and pavilions divided based on the geographic location of the animals. They had giraffes, red pandas, lions, tigers, zebras, hippos, polar bears, and wolves.
Address: 2000 Meadowvale Rd, Toronto, ON M1B 5K7.
Ticket Price : Adult City PASS $171 CAD & Child CityPASS (4-12) $107.
Timings: 9 Am To 7 PM.
#6. St. Lawrence Market
This market was awesome. It was a popular tourist spot. They have a great variety of fresh produce. You will be able to find anything you need. They have cheese, organic food, caviar, truffles, king crab, oysters, steak, and much more.
Address: 93 Front St E, Toronto, ON M5E 1C3.
Ticket Price – Free
Timings: 9 Am To 7 PM. (Monday Closed)
#7. High Park
The park was very big and spacious. It was nice to have a walk there on a nice sunny day. Due to the Blossoms at full bloom on Mother’s Day, many people crowded near the Cherry blossom trees. It wasn’t easy to take photos without anyone in the background. The Blossom trees were much bigger and more attractive here. there are so many things to see. Great area for off-leash walking your dog that is not disturbing to other visitors. There is a petting zoo area (questionable choices TO), a garden, a dog park, a kids area, and more!
Address: 1873 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6R 2Z3, Canada
Ticket Price – Entry Free
Timings: 24×7 Open 24 Hours
#8. Casa Loma
This place has a European vibe in the middle of Toronto city. Good place for one time visit if you are around GTA. Lovely place to click photos & also allows photoshoots. Showcase princess Diana’s exhibit, the royal rooms, and antique furniture, in short, a small glimpse of the royal lifestyle back then. This castle isn’t stroller accessible except on the main floor. Have a carrier handy, one has to walk up & down stairs to the upper / lower levels. Has a small cafe in the basement.
Address: 1 Austin Terrace, Toronto, ON M5R 1X8.
Ticket Price – CAD 30 for adults, CAD 25 for seniors (65+) or youths (14-17), and CAD 20 for children (3-14).
Timings: 9:30 AM To 5 PM ( Monday 9 AM To 10 PM)
#9. Art Gallery of Ontario
AGO has always something to offer for every age and art interest. This distinguished contemporary architecture building should be seen and visited at least a few times a year. Make sure to plan your visit ahead of time, things such as parking might become a challenge on certain days
Address: 317 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M5T 1G4.
Ticket Price – 19.50 Canadian dollars ($14.50) for admission, plus an additional 5.50 Canadian dollars ($4) for special exhibitions.
Timings: 10:30 AM To 9 PM ( Sat, Sunday, Tuesday 10 AM To 5 PM)
#10. Parliament Hill
100-year-old construction surrounded by 20+ statues. Try parking a few blocks down and then walk back, so you can explore the many other hotels, restaurants, parks & attractions in the area. This place is amazing. Great old architecture & river view. So calming here. Visited with my family. It’s kid-friendly. One of Ottawa’s great attractions.
Address: Wellington St, Ottawa, ON K1A 0A9, Canada
Ticket Price: Entry Free
Timings: 8:30 AM To 5 PM (Saturday and Sunday Closed)
Share this post with all Canadian people so that they can visit their beautiful province of Ontario. And if you have any hidden tourist places then definitely tell me in the below blog comment box. Thanks for reading my articles.
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