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10 Things to Do in Toronto, Canada
1. The CN Tower

he most famous landmark in all of Toronto and probably Canada, this world renowned landmark currently holds the record for the tallest building in the world. With a height of 553.3 meters, a view from the top promises a panoramic view that's truly unforgettable.

2. Hockey Hall Of Fame

For all you hockey lovers out there, visiting the hockey hall of fame located in Brookfield place along Yonge Street would be the perfect chance for you to test your skills and knowledge of the game.

3. Royal Ontario Museum

One of the world's largest museums for natural history and world culture, the Royal Ontario Museum reels more than a million visitors a year. View mummy exhibits, Korean art and culture, Bat caves and almost anything you can imagine.

4. Casa Loma

Tour beautifully decorated halls and rooms, explore secret passages and walk through the 800-foot tunnel connecting the castle to its stables all at Casa Loma. Beautiful gardens and fountains compliment the inner beauty of the castle perfectly.

5. Harbourfront

With over 4000 events annually, you'll never experience a dull moment when you take a walk down the harbor front. Choose to view the city from one of their day/night cruises or even dine by the harbor with the beautiful night sky as your backdrop.

6. Toronto Zoo

With over 200 acres of habitats and over 5000 animals, it's no wonder this zoo is in the world's top 10. View award winning exhibits such as the African Savannah habitat and their New Great Barrier Reef or watch one of their amazing shows which give opportunity for interaction with the animals!

7. Distillery Historic District

Stroll through this historic district that includes retail stores and distil factories. Though more upscale than some parts of the city, if you haven't been here, even if it is just for the history, chances are you're missing out a good part of Toronto.

8. The Bata Shoe Museum

Love shoes? Then you'll love this museum dedicated solely to shoes and all its glory. One of the most unique museums in Canada, you'll find hundreds of shoes on display from the quirky to the simplistically charming ones.

9. High Park

A real gem of the city, the beautiful High Park consists of over 130acres of nature with recreational facilities that everyone can enjoy. Take a stroll on one of the trails, go ice-skating or just visit an endangered oak habitat.

10. Rogers Centre

The first domed stadium ever to have its own retractable roof, the Rogers Centre is the home of the Blue Jays and the Toronto Argonauts Football Team. Tour the stadium or have dinner/lunch with a view overlooking the stadium and if you're lucky there might even be a game on.
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