Dozens of tiny shops and produce stands are hidden in the labyrinthine streets just west of Chinatown. Bordered by College Street to the north and Dundas Street to the south, Keningston Market is a haven of fresh fruit, vegetables and dry goods stores. Some of the best local produce and meat shops are found on these cramped little streets, and the seafood, dry goods and dollar stores on Spadina are just a few blocks away. Kensington Avenue itself also houses several tiny cafes and the best vintage clothing stores in the city.
Experience amazing wildlife from all over the world on 710 acres of the beautiful Rouge Valley. Explore areas such as the award-winning African Savanna, the largest indoor Gorilla rainforest exhibit, and the Zellers Discovery Zone, featuring the Kids Zoo, a dynamic, interactive children’s wildlife experience.
The CN Tower is Toronto’s tallest and most defining landmark. Photos of Toronto are often defined by the building stretching more than 550 metres into the sky.
Like most big cities with a water’s edge, Toronto’s downtown waterfront has gradually been transformed into a lakeside people place. The heart of this revitalization is the award-winning Harbourfront Centre – the site of art galleries, theatres, craft boutiques restaurants, offices, hotels and marinas fronted by a waterside promenade. Harbourfront Centre attracts approximately 12 million visitors every year.