Bored In Toronto? Here Are 10 Iconic Landmarks To Visit In Toronto

(Last Updated On: April 7, 2017)

Toronto is one of the biggest cities and the most popular city in Canada. If you are bored in the house or hotel and you want to take a look at some of the iconic landmarks it has to offer, check out these.

1. CN Tower

It is one of the tallest structures in the city that will offer you among the best views of Toronto. In there, you will find a restaurant that rotates 360 degree plus a glass floor. If you are daring enough, you can try out the edge walk. Ticket prices for Tower Experience starts at $38 per adult, other extra perks come at an additional cost.

 

2. Rogers Center

This is a multi-purpose stadium in Toronto mainly used for sporting events such as the Blue Jays games. It was actually the first stadium to have a fully retractable and motorized roof. A Rogers Center Tour Experience will cost you around $12 per adult. It will be a one hour walking tour taking you behind the scenes and highlights including a visit to different levels, a pressbox and a luxury suite among other stops.

 

3. Royal Ontario Museum

If you like various exhibits and enjoy going through history, this is the place for you. One of the biggest attractions is the giant Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton inside. Tickets will cost you around $20 per adult for general admission.

 

4. Casa Loma

This is an 18th century castle where you can get regular tours. It as a fantastic garden best viewed during the spring.

 

5. Hockey Hall Of Fame

Canada is known for hockey and this is where you will find various legendary hockey artifacts, memorabilia and interactive installments. You will see exhibits about players, teams, NHL record, NHL trophies including the Stanley Cup etc.

 

6.  Art Gallery Of Ontario.

This is the home to some of the best Canadian art collections and European art masterworks.

 

7. Toronto Eaton Centre

One of the best shopping malls in the city with various brand name stores inside a beautifully designed building.

 

8. Nathan Philips Square

Great place to take a photo to show you have been to Toronto. It is where most of the concerts are held and you will also find art displays & a weekly farmers market.

 

9. Gooderham Building

This is a beautiful flatiron building that was built back in 1892 out of red bricks.

 

10. Roy Thompson Hall

This is a concert venue where Toronto Symphony Orchestra plays. Outside it has a glass paneling which make it magnificent to look at.