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TORONTO Ontario, Canada


Toronto’s Culture

Museums Black Creek Pioneer Village

The synergy created by Toronto’s more than 100 cultures grants us

a unique flair for the unexpected in art, theatre, architecture, music and everything in between. Be guided by your deepest curiosities: whether you’re looking for modern art, modern dance or modern rock, you’ll find it in the creative city.

Former estate of Canadian financier, Sir Henry Pellatt. Edwardian Castle complete with decorated suites, towers, 800foot tunnel and stables. Open daily for tours. Cafe, gift shop, and parking.

Hockey Hall of Fame

On any day, Toronto teems with artistic expression, from worldrenowned galleries and museums such as the ROM and the AGO, to evenings with the National Ballet and the Canadian Opera Company, both freshly nestled into their new home. Make a date with Mozart, Mendelssohn and the Toronto Symphony at Roy Thomson Hall, rediscover a favourite folk icon in the intimacy of critically acclaimed Hugh’s Room, or cool off with hot jazz at Massey Hall. Toronto’s Theatre District, London’s West End and Broadway in New York comprise the world’s most active theatre scene; Mirvish’s Royal Alexandra and Princess of Wales Theatres, among others, are the portals into this theatrical world. CanStage’s Bluma Appel Theatre, Buddies in Bad Times’ edgy, gay-inspired work, or the comedy institution at Second City also provide perfect après dinner aperitifs. Or consider taking in a photography exhibition at the Stephen Bulger Gallery or view Michael Snow’s latest work at the Christopher Cutts Gallery.

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With hundreds of engaging interactive exhibits and daily science demonstrations, the Ontario Science Centre will delight, inform and challenge visitors of all ages.

1000 MurrayRoss Pkwy Step into Canada’s past and exToronto, ON plore an authentically re-created 416-736-1733 1860’s Ontario country village. Enjoy more than 40 restored homes, tradeshops, public and farm buildings, interpreters and artisans in period dress. 1 Austin Terrace Toronto, ON 416-923-1171

Casa Loma

The world’s one and only. Voted 30 Younge Street “Toronto’s Top Appeal Attraction”. Toronto, ON Experience the game that defines 416-360-7765 Canada and a sport that has been adopted by over 80 countries. Home of the Stanley Cup, the Hockey Hall of Fame has something for everyone: state-of-the-art games, interactive exhibits, replica rink zone, theatres, and gift shop.

770 Don Mills Road Toronto, ON 416-696-1000

Ontario Science Centre

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Art Galleries Art Gallary of Mississauga

Cedar Ridge Creative Centre houses an art gallery and provides art classes and workshops for artists of all ages. The gallery dedicates three months of each year to contemporary art exhibits and shows a variety of artwork.

Hollander York Gallery

One of Canada’s leading galleries, integrating and connecting Fine Art with Contemporary Craft. Over 300 artists at two locations: Directly across from the Art Gallery of Ontario and its midtown location.

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Shopping

300 City Centre Drive Mississauga, ON Features exciting exhibitions and 905-896-5088 programmes showcasing the best in regional, national and international contemporary art. The Gallery brings art to the community and the community to art.

225 Confederation Dr. Toronto, ON 416-396-4026

Cedar Ridge Creative Centre

110 Yorkville Avenue Toronto, ON Located in historic Yorkville, the 416-923-9275 gallery offers an outstanding selection of paintings and sculptures representing top Canadian artists both contemporary and traditional. 334 Dundas Street West Toronto, ON 416-351-1800

The Atrium on Bay

The hub of Mississauga’s City Centre; it’s a city within a city with over 360 stores and services, four major department stores, over 40 places to eat, and several community-based organizations.

Toronto Eaton Centre

Petroff Gallery An indoor flea market housing merchants selling everything for the home and family at the lowest prices. Products include jewellery, furniture, computers, clothing, crafts, collectibles, and more. Open all year round.

20 Dundas St. W. Located in the heart of Downtown Toronto, ON Toronto’s most vibrant business, 416-595-1164 retail and entertainment community, discover the Atrium’s unique shopping experience.

100 City Centre Drive Mississauga, ON 905-279-7467

Square One Shopping Centre

220 Yonge St. Toronto, ON Toronto Eaton Centre is one of the 416-598-8700 city’s legendary landmarks and the #1 retail destination in Toronto. Located in the heart of downtown with over 250 shops, services and restaurants.

1921 Eglinton Ave. E. Scarborough 416-757-5698

Merchants’ Flea Market

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Dining 360 at the CN Tower

Southern Italian home cooking in the heart of North Toronto. Focused on locally grown produce, a familial atmosphere, and offering a unique dining experience. So come join Mama Rosa and the gang for some fun and food!

The Boiler House

Come sample cuisine with international influences carefully prepared by the chef. Buffet breakfast offers a variety of cold and hot items, fresh pastries and a selection of coffee and juices.

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301 Front St. W. Toronto, ON 416-362-5411

516 Eglinton Avenue W. Toronto, ON 416-322-5183

55 Mill St. Toronto, ON 416-203-2121

3670 Hurontario St. Mississauga, ON 905-896-1000

Critically acclaimed 360 Restaurant is located atop the CN Tower. Breath taking panoramic view, exquisite regional cuisine, superb service and award-winning wine list.

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The Boiler House Restaurant offers a distinctive chophouse style menu in a breath taking industrial chic setting. The award winning design includes an incredible 22 foot high wine rack, intimate private rooms and an atmosphere unparallelled.

Empire Court

A healthy alternative pizza chain. Local, organic, gluten free, vegan and delicious. Friendly service and warm ambiance to make your visit complete.

Pier 4 Storehouse

8500 Warden Ave. Toronto, ON 905-470-8500

6 Wellesley Street W. Toronto, ON 416-929-7888

245 Queens Quay W. Toronto, ON 416-203-1440

Cafe Nicole This upscale southern Italy inspired restaurant will amaze you with their simplicity and freshness. Fresh whole fish and house made pastas are specialities. Superb wines by the glass are also available.

100 King Street W. Toronto, ON 416-214-2252

Headed by renowned Executive Chef Joseph Ho, and set in authentic Asian elegance, Empire Court’s culinary master redefines Chinese food.

Magic Oven

A two-storey waterfront restaurant amid the largest private collection of nautical memorabilia in Eastern Canada. Live lobster, fish, steak and more.

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Wineries and Brewries Hillebrand Winery

Enjoy complimentary tours daily at 2:00 pm, that include an overview of their state-of-the art winemaking equipment and bottling techniques as well as a wine tasting of four Magnotta wines in the Awards Room and, weather permitting, enjoy their outdoor patio.

Peller Estates Winery

1249 Niagara Stone Rd. Offering a unique wine country Niagara, ON experience. Tours and tastings. Ex905-468-7123 tensive winery boutique. Regional, wine country cuisine at Hillebrand Estates Winery Restaurant.

271 Chrislea Rd. Vaughan, ON 905-738-9463

One-of-a-kind nightclub and entertainment venue that will link Toronto to the global mecca’s of New York, London, Paris and Tokyo. Launched by nightclub legend Peter Gatien.

Madison Avenue Pub 290 John St. E. Tours, tastings, winery boutique, Niagara, ON award winning vintages, under905-468-4678 ground barrel cellar. Regional cuisine at our restaurant. 90 minutes from Toronto.

255 Bremner Blvd. Come and enjoy Toronto’s own Toronto, ON craft beer - Steam Whistle Pilsner 416-362-2337 - brewed at the historic railway roundhouse. Open daily. Their on-site retail store offers unique merchandise along with fine, fresh beer. Public tours.

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Magnotta Winery

Brant House

Steam Whistle Brewing

Travel back in time to an 11th century Spanish castle. Witness brave knights on horseback in a tournament of swordfighting and jousting while feasting on a fabulous four-course meal. Also available for corporate meetings and special events.

Nightlife 522 King St. W. Toronto, ON Located in the stylish King West en416-703-2800 tertainment corridor, Brant House has created a reputation of grace and style with its intimate décor and exemplary service.

126 John Street Toronto, ON 416-979-0044

CiRCA

14 Madison Ave. Voted best Toronto pub. 20 drafts Toronto, ON on tap, six levels, billiards, darts, 416-927-1722 piano bar, 11 full service bars, 5 patios, private function areas, conference areas. Close to all major attractions.

10 Dufferin St. Toronto, ON 416-260-1170

Medieval Times

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Family Fun Canadian National Exhibition

Canada’s National Tower and Wonder of the Modern World, offers spectacular views, spellbinding Glass Floor, motion theatre ride and fantastic shopping.

The E Zone

Canada’s premier Zoo offers over 5,000 animals and incredible exhibits including the award winning 30-acre “African Savanna”, the “Gorilla Rainforest” and the NEW Great Barrier Reef.

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Tours Exhibition Place Toronto, ON One of the largest annual fairs 416-393-6300 in North America, the Canadian National Exhibition offers a unique variety of experiences from August 21 to September 7, 2009.

301 Front St. W. Toronto, ON 416-601-4712

CN Tower Hear the thunder, feel the mist, see the wonder that is Niagara Falls. This commentated day trip from Toronto includes, lunch buffet overlooking the Falls, Maid of the Mist boat ride*, time at the Falls, time in Niagara-onthe-Lake, and scenic picture stops along the way.

120 North Queen Street Etobicoke, ON A sports and entertainment facil416-252-8300 ity offering indoor golf, whirlyball, laser tag, sportcourt, slotcar racing, billiards, and a full-service restaurant.

120 North Queen Street Etobicoke, ON 416-252-8300

All About Toronto

ShopDineTour Toronto

27 Clovercrest Rd. Toronto, ON 416-495-TOUR (8687)

259 Lakeshore Blvd. E. Toronto, ON 416-868-0400

341 Eastern Avenue Toronto, ON 416-463-7467

Toronto Zoo 416-274-8784 Bike Tours are becoming the best www.sightsonbikes.com way to enjoy any city. Take an amazing guided tour of Toronto on awesome cruiser bikes! See the major attractions and diverse pockets within the city from the perspective of a local.

Step-on-guide service offering professional tour guides for city tours of Toronto and Niagara Falls. Their guides speak 18 different languages. All tours are customized and offer exceptional value.

Niagra Tours

“Hop on & Hop off” at over 20 stops throughout the city on our open top double-decker buses. Visit the best attractions, historical sites, shopping, dining, performing arts and festivals Toronto has to offer.

Sights on Bikes

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Hotels The Suites at 1 King West

Metropolitan Hotel

The Fairmont Royal York

Cambridge Suites Hotel

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1 King Street W. Toronto, ON 866-470-5464

108 Chestnut Street Toronto, ON 800-668-6600

100 Fairmont Street W. Toronto, ON 866-540-4489

115 Richmond Street E. Toronto, ON 800-463-1600

Rooms Offered: Studio Suite Superior Suite Premium Suite One Bedroom

Rooms Offered: Superior Luxury

Rooms Offered: Single Deluxe Gold

Rooms Offered: Deluxe Suite Cityscape Suite

Delta Chelsea Hotel

Sutton Place Hotel

Bond Place Hotel

Clarion Hotel & Suites Selby

33 Gerrard Street W. Toronto, ON 800-243-5732

955 Bay Street Toronto, ON 866-378-8866

65 Dundas Street E. Toronto, ON 800-268-9390

592 Sherbourne Street Toronto, ON 416-931-3142

Rooms Offered: Premium Deluxe Signature Family Suite Kitchenette Honeymoon Suite

Rooms Offered: Superior Deluxe One Bedroom Sutton Suite

Rooms Offered: Standart Superior

Rooms Offered: Double Standard Standard Queen

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