Toronto Attractions -

Toronto has great tours available. These tours are very affordable ($25-$35) and offer pick up and drop-off from most hotels.

Sites to See
  The CN Tower, located downtown.
  Royal Ontario Museum, located in The Annex.
  Toronto Islands, located downtown.
  Casa Loma, located in The Annex.
  Art Gallery of Ontario, downtown.
  Ontario Science Centre
  Ontario Place, 955 Lakeshore Boulevard, Toronto, (416) 314-9900 or 1-866-ONE-4-FUN. Toronto's biggest amusement park is located in the heart of the city and features numerous waterslides, futuristic rides and a 16,000-seat Amphitheatre. 

Toronto has several major league sports teams:
   Toronto Blue Jays, Major League Baseball, play at the Rogers Centre (formerly "SkyDome")
   Toronto Maple Leafs, National Hockey League, play at the Air Canada Centre
   Toronto Raptors, National Basketball Association, play at the Air Canada Centre
   Toronto Argonauts, Canadian Football League, play at the Rogers Centre
   Toronto Rock, National Lacrosse League, play at the Air Canada Centre

Toronto has a great theatre scene for every taste and budget. Check out the big theatres on King Street and Yonge Street for the big splashy (and pricey) shows, such as the former runs of: Chicago, The Lion King, Les Miz, Cats, etc. Small theatres in the Annex and elsewhere offer smaller productions that range from original Canadian works, avant-garde, experimental theatre, small budget musicals to British murder mysteries.

Toronto is served by a number of free weekly newspapers, which can be good sources of information on dining, cinema, theatre, music and other events and local news. Look out for the free-papers in boxes on street corners and in racks stores and restaurants.
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