Being the largest city in Canada, Toronto features a cornucopia of tourist attractions that express both the modern and historical values of the country. Visitors can get lost while trying to figure out which places to go to due to the diversity and quantity of interesting places in Toronto. In order to avoid confusion, have an idea about the must see places in Toronto by reading the following highlights.
The CN Tower : The CN Tower is a must see architectural wonder for all visitors of Toronto. The Tower stands at an amazing height of 1,815 ft (553.33) and this makes it one of the tallest buildings in the world. From this height, visitors get a panoramic view over Toronto and the nearby places. Height is not the only attractive factor of this structure, but the fact that there is a revolving restaurant, transparent glass floors, and a Simulator Theater also contributes to the magnificence of CN tower.
Rogers Center : Not far from CN Tower, lies the state of the art stadium Rogers Center, which was called SkyDome. Rogers Center covers about 11 acres of land in in Toronto. This place is famous for being the first stadium with a retractable roof. Rogers Center hosts lots of entertaining events such as baseball games, circuses, international artists concerts and auto shows. The place can take up to 50,000 spectators.
Paramount Canada Wonderland : Families and friends all gather in Canada’s Wonderland in Toronto to enjoy some of the wildest rides ever. Visitors spend entire days to enjoy choosing from more than 200 attractions. Other than the spectacular rides which have something for all ages, this park also features splashing fun in the water park, live entertainment acts and much more.
Hockey Hall of Fame : Ice hockey is extremely popular in Canada compared to other countries. Perhaps the reason for hockey’s popularity in Canada is the chilly atmosphere that dominates the year’s climate. The Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto, that opened in 1993, features Canada’s ice hockey memorabilia in an exclusive manner. Appealing features include The World of Hockey Zone that exhibits Stanley Cup and Olympic champions, The Top 100 Moments in International Hockey like the puck from Team Canada’s victory in the 2010 Olympics.
The CN Tower
Paramount Canada Wonderland
Hockey Hall of Fame