Sightseeing in Toronto

Saturday Lunch Cruise for One Adult or Child from Yankee Lady Yacht Charters (Up to 54% Off)

Yankee Lady

Downtown Toronto

Luxury yachts host lunch cruises with a buffet, cash bar, and DJ

C$64.98 C$30

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Toronto Chocolate Tour with Six Tastings for One, Two, or Four from Great Food Tours (Up to 60% Off)

Great Food Tours

Toronto

Two-hour tours whisk participants through the Toronto Fashion District and provide them with six tastings

C$50 C$25

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15-Kilometre Aerial Tour for One or Three from Toronto Heli Tours (Up to 50% Off)

The Helicopter Company Inc.

Billy Bishop Toronto City AIrport

A 15-kilometre helicopter ride reveals panoramic glimpses of Toronto from 2,000 feet above sea level

C$99 C$50

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One-Year Toronto Zoo Membership with Unlimited Visits ( 25% Off). Seven Options Available.

Toronto Zoo

Meadowvale, Scarborough & Hwy 401

Get or give a year of unlimited zoo visits, Zoomobile rides, and other perks while helping the zoo’s mission of protecting 5000+ species

C$195 C$146

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$14 for a 90-Minute Sail on the Tall Ship “Kajama” from Great Lakes Schooner Company (Up to $27.06 Value)

Great Lakes Schooner Company

Toronto

Restored 1930s schooner with bar and restaurant onboard affords views of skyline and Toronto Islands as well as opportunities to raise sails

C$27.06 C$14

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$19 for a Baby Hand or Foot Sculpture at Glass Mosaic Canada ($49.99 Value)

Glass Mosaic Canada

Stonegate - Queensway

Keepsake crafters take a plaster impression of a baby’s hand or foot and fashion it into a memento

C$49.99 C$19

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$15 for 90-Minute Unwrapping Christmas Walking Tour from Tour Guys ($30 Value)

Tour Guys

Toronto City Hall

Guides lead groups past festively decorated spots as they relay historical stories and customers enjoy the sights and sounds of the season

C$30 C$15

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2014 marks the 40th-year the Toronto Zoo has been saving and protecting species. The more than 5,000 animals representing over 450 species that call this zoo home probably have no idea they're citizens of Canada's most populous metropolis. Sprawling across 710 acres, their award-winning exhibits accurately recreate habitats from seven geographical zones, including Africa, Australasia, and the tundra.

  • Size: One of the largest zoos in the world with 5 indoor pavilions and 10 kilometers of walking trails that take visitors past the homes of over 450 species.
  • Eye Catchers: Masai giraffe calf, baby gorilla, lemurs, polar bear cub, African lions, and Canada's only giant pandas Er Shun and Da Mao
  • What to See Undersea: the Great Barrier Reef exhibit, filled with moon jellies, seahorses, and many striking fish
361A Old Finch Ave
Scarborough,
ON
CA

The sixth annual Wings & Wheels Heritage Festival celebrates the history of Canadian aviation with showcases, exhibits, and live demonstrations on the grounds of Downsview Park and Airport, Canada’s first urban national park. Tickets grant entrance to Hangar Bay 1's exhibitions and aircraft displays, access to outdoor display grounds and runways, free Canadian Air & Space Museum admission, and a tour of the newborn helicopter nursery. Wings events showcase classic aircraft from the world's oldest flying DHC-1 Chipmunk to brand-new cloud ticklers such as the gargantuan C-130J Super Hercules. In-between browsing fields of professionally manufactured and home-built aircraft, guests watch pilots fly swiftly into the airport compound.

35 Carl Hall Rd
Toronto,
ON
CA

A non-profit design centre and museum, Design Exchange educates guests in all realms of design with unique lectures, programs, exhibitions, tours of its historic building and collection, and youth activities. A family/dual membership grants pairs and families unlimited exhibition entrances, as well as free admission or discounts to lectures, movie nights, workshops, and gladiatorial paintbrush matches. Members may also enter a raffle drawing for two tickets to the November DX Awards, a celebration of excellence and creative mind bending in Canadian design. Membership also proffers discounts for children's enrolment in design camps and a 15 per cent discount off items from the DX Shop, a gallery of designer publications, apparel, household goods, and decor. Visitors may expect impromptu sightings of the industry's most creative and untamed minds, as well as peeks at upcoming design trends.

234 Bay St
Toronto,
ON
CA

The Hockey Hall of Fame chronicles the achievements of the sport’s greatest players. Located in Toronto, Ontario you’d be hard pressed to find a dedicated hockey fan who wouldn’t jump at the opportunity to pay them a visit. Established in 1943, the Hockey Hall of Fame is a treasure-trove of ice-hockey memorabilia. Notable items on display here include a host of NHL trophies, the Stanley Cup, and gear of some of the most prolific players in history. The Hall of Fame also recently started featuring cheerful interactive exhibits that allow children and adults alike to experience the excitement of hockey through both sight and sound.

30 Yonge St Bce Pl
Toronto,
ON
CA

When George Gardiner began collecting ceramics in 1976, he was only interested in decorating his home. But soon his passion for pottery and porcelain grew, and, rather than build a second home entirely from teapots, he co-founded the Gardiner Museum in 1984 with his wife, Helen. Today, the museum's collection has ballooned to include more than 3,000 pieces, encompassing everything from Japanese sake pots and Canadian ceramic sculptures to Italian Renaissance maiolica plates.

Objects from the core collection share space in the museum with special exhibitions. One of these is the annual 12 Trees of Christmas, a display of holiday trees. The museum supplements its showings with events such as lectures and ceramics-inspired meals, as well as clay classes for budding adult and child ceramicists. Visitors can even take home pieces from the Gardiner Shop, which sells Canadian ceramics, as well as international jewelry, scarves, and glasswork.

111 Queens Park
Toronto,
ON
CA

Ben Navaee Gallery is dedicated to two causes: first, to present and promote local Canadian artists in its gallery space, and second, to raise funds and awareness for philanthropic causes related to poverty, homelessness, and natural disasters. With classes, the gallery aims to educate its visitors, helping them learn about the work of a new artist or teaching them how to paint a heartfelt message onto that artist's car. During each calming session, students leave outside stress behind as they unlock hidden artistic talents with the help of gentle, encouraging instruction. This nurturing environment is an extension of Ben Navaee himself; a veteran painter, sculptor, and photographer, Ben has spent the last 25 years helping students better their lives through art, as well as yoga and meditation.

1111 Queen Street East
Toronto,
ON
CA