Casa Loma – On a hilltop side this magnificent Castle provides Toronto with its very own medieval side. It was formerly the home of Canadian financier, Sir Henry Pellatt, who engaged the noted architect E J Lennox to help him realize a life-long dream of building a castle. The building stemming back to 1911 not only provides an architectural curiosity but also beautiful five-acre gardens to enjoy in the splendor of the sun.
CN Tower –At an impressive 1,815ft (553m) high, the CN Tower is Toronto’s defining landmark, as well as one of the tallest buildings in the world. Constructed as a centre of telecommunications in 1976 it has since attracted many tourist. The added visitor facilities provide four viewing decks that enable unparalleled photo opportunities.
Royal Ontario Museum – The museum provides a complete cultural escape for anyone enthusiastic for art all the way to science. The beautiful gold adorned ceiling welcomes visitors into a building that houses art galleries, natural history exhibits and archeological displays.
Toronto Zoo – This 710 acre zoo with 5,000 animals and over 450 species provides a spectacular opportunity to see the world’s wildlife in the uniquely designated “zoogeographic” regions.