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Featuring the most elaborate collection of hockey memorabilia and gear from across the globe, as well as interactive games, multimedia stations and exhibits on the game’s greatest players, there’s something for everyone at the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Be sure to visit one of the most coveted prizes in professional sports, the Stanley Cup. Address: 30 Yonge Street Hours: Summer hours are Monday to Saturday AM to PM, Sunday AM to PM Tickets: You can buy your tickets in-person or online at the Hockey Hall of Fame website.
There is no general admission fee to Centreville, but to enjoy rides and attractions you can purchase an All Day Ride Pass or ride tickets in-person or online at the Centreville website.
Highlights: Visiting the Islands offers up photo-ops at every turn, so don’t forget to soak up that iconic panoramic Toronto skyline from several focal points, including Ward’s Island, Hanlan’s Point and Centre Island.
Tickets: Tickets can be purchased in person or online at the Ripley’s Aquarium website.
Address: 93 Front Street East Hours: North/Farmer’s Market: Saturdays AM to PM; South Market: Tuesdays to Thursdays AM to PM, Fridays AM to PM, Saturdays AM to PM Highlights: Good eats galore, at every turn!
Graze your way through our list of the Market’s Must-Eats. Lawrence Market itself is teeming with scrumptious food options – like the famous peameal bacon sandwich at Carousel Bakery, recently named Toronto’s signature dish.
Address: 290 Bremner Boulevard Hours: Open daily from AM to PM Tickets: Tickets can be purchased in-person at the CN Tower box office, or online at the CN Tower website.
Highlights: The Look Out Level at 1,136 feet offers unparalleled views of the city with its floor-to-ceiling panoramic Window Walls, while the Glass Floor gives you a heart-stopping view straight down!