Here is a list of all the Toronto tourism articles currently on this site. I'm adding new pages all the time, so bookmark the site, add it to your favourite reader (see list at left to subscribe) and come back soon!
Art Gallery of Ontario
The province's largest art gallery.
Opera Atelier puts on plays from Marie Antoinette's era.
Black Creek Pioneer Village
A sprawling village full of 19th century buildings.
An amusement park and water park.
One man's dream of a Scottish castle. A bit bizarre, but well worth visiting.
An annual exhibit and fair with rides and concerts and carnies takes place here. The rest of the year, the buildings are used for special events.
The best place to get a view of the whole city.
Doors Open Toronto
An annual event. Line-ups are long to see the inside of buildings that are normally closed to the public.
Drake Hotel Toronto
A trendy Queen Street West hotel.
Famous People Players
Black light theatre group with talented performers.
Fort York Toronto
The one that Americans torched during the War of 1812.
Gladstone Hotel Toronto
Another trendy Queen West hotel.
The Graveyard of Lost Buildings. You could also consider it a Sculpture Park.
Harbourfront Centre Toronto
Where we go to enjoy outdoor concerts and inside art exhibits, and to take boat tours.
Hockey Hall of Fame
The Canadian Church.
A cool neighbourhood with international food and vintage clothing.
Margaret Atwood's Toronto
See Toronto through Atwood's eyes.
Queen Street West Toronto
Funky shopping district.
Royal Ontario Museum
Ontario's biggest museum. Art, archeology and animals.
Spadina House Toronto
Cool museum. An old mansion.
Don't go out in the rain (sleet, snow...).
Travel Guide. An introduction and practical planning tips.
The main railway station and a subway station as well.
William Lyon Mackenzie House in Toronto
Historic home of a famous rabble-rouser.