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Yankee Lady: Saturday Lunch Cruise for One Adult or Child from Yankee Lady Yacht Charters (Up to 49% Off)

Saturday Lunch Cruise for One Adult or Child from Yankee Lady Yacht Charters (Up to 49% Off)

Yankee Lady

Downtown Toronto

Luxury yachts host cruises around Toronto Harbour and Lake Ontario with a lunch buffet and cash bar

C$77.97 C$40

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Nautical Adventures: CC$89 for Dinner Cruise for Two from Nautical Adventures (CC$158 Value)

C$89 for Dinner Cruise for Two from Nautical Adventures (C$158 Value)

Nautical Adventures

Toronto

Cruise passengers enjoy a dinner cruise on board a sailing tall ship in Toronto Harbour

C$158 C$89

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Super Wonder Gallery: The Super Naughty Show Erotic-Art Exhibition for Two or Four with Drinks at Super Wonder Gallery (44% Off)

The Super Naughty Show Erotic-Art Exhibition for Two or Four with Drinks at Super Wonder Gallery (44% Off)

Super Wonder Gallery

Dovercourt - Wallace Emerson

Attend The Super Naughty Show, a playful and grandiose exhibition of erotic painting and sculpture

C$34 C$19

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Great Lakes Schooner: CC$18 for a Sail on the Tall Ship “Kajama” for One from Great Lakes Schooner Company (Up to CC$30.50 Value)

C$18 for a Sail on the Tall Ship “Kajama” for One from Great Lakes Schooner Company (Up to C$30.50 Value)

Great Lakes Schooner

Downtown Toronto

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

C$30.50 C$18

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Leisure Club Toronto: CC$19 for a Winery Tour, Tasting, and Three-Month Social-Club Membership from Leisure Club Toronto (C$209.60 Value)

C$19 for a Winery Tour, Tasting, and Three-Month Social-Club Membership from Leisure Club Toronto ($209.60 Value)

Leisure Club Toronto

Davisville

Members make friends while tasting and learning about wine; discounted admission to many other events each month, such as tours and shows

C$209 C$19

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Buffalo Zoo: Visit for Two or Four Adults or Two Adults and Two Children to the Buffalo Zoo (Up to 54% Off)

Visit for Two or Four Adults or Two Adults and Two Children to the Buffalo Zoo (Up to 54% Off)

Buffalo Zoo

The Buffalo Zoo

Mammals such as Asian elephants and Siberian tigers live alongside pintail ducks and poison arrow frogs at third-oldest zoo in the country

$24 $12

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The One Gallery: CC$49 for Two Chinese-Brush-Painting Classes at The One Gallery (CC$100 Value)

C$49 for Two Chinese-Brush-Painting Classes at The One Gallery (C$100 Value)

The One Gallery

Unionville

Renowned artists dispense methods and advice for Chinese brush-painting in small-group, 90-minute classes for all skill levels

C$100 C$49

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Buffalo and Erie County Naval & Military Park: Admission or Membership to Buffalo and Erie County Naval & Military Park (Up to 48% Off).

Admission or Membership to Buffalo and Erie County Naval & Military Park (Up to 48% Off).

Buffalo and Erie County Naval & Military Park

Buffalo and Erie County Naval Park and Museum

Military cruisers, helicopters and army tanks enthrall guests; members receive discounted shop purchases and access to exhibit openings.

$20 $12

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The Buffalo Zoo: $75 for a Family Plus Membership at Buffalo Zoo ($90 Value)

$75 for a Family Plus Membership at Buffalo Zoo ($90 Value)

The Buffalo Zoo

Buffalo

Mammals such as Asian elephants and Amur tigers live alongside pintail ducks and poison arrow frogs at third-oldest zoo in the country

$90 $75

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Iron Island Museum: One-Hour Ghost Tour for Two, Four, or Six at The Iron Island Museum (Up to 40% Off)

One-Hour Ghost Tour for Two, Four, or Six at The Iron Island Museum (Up to 40% Off)

Iron Island Museum

Metro

A church built in 1883 and featured on “Ghost Hunters” sets the stage for tours of historic artifacts and allegedly haunted rooms

$10 $6

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Aerospace Museum: Admission for Two or Four or One-Year Individual or Family Membership at Aerospace Museum (Up to 44% Off)

Admission for Two or Four or One-Year Individual or Family Membership at Aerospace Museum (Up to 44% Off)

Aerospace Museum

Niagara Aerospace Museum

Set in the former terminal of the Niagara Falls Internantional Airport, the museum showcases a variety of classic planes and helicopters

$16 $9

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Niagara Falls Air Tours Inc.: Holiday Air Tour of Niagara for Two or Three People from Niagara Falls Air Tours Inc. (Up to 42% Off)

Holiday Air Tour of Niagara for Two or Three People from Niagara Falls Air Tours Inc. (Up to 42% Off)

Niagara Falls Air Tours Inc.

Niagara District Airport

Aerial tour gives guests a breathtaking birds-eye view of Niagara Falls and the surrounding area

$380 $239

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

C$19 for a Baby Hand or Foot Sculpture at Glass Mosaic Canada (C$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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Own a Napa Vineyard: $119 for One-Year Ownership of Two Vines at Carneros Della Notte ($198 Value)

$119 for One-Year Ownership of Two Vines at Carneros Della Notte ($198 Value)

Own a Napa Vineyard

Carneros Della Notte

Learn how to tend and harvest grapes, access special vineyard events, and make your own wine from grapes that grow on your vines

$198 $119

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  • Casa Loma
    Canadian financier, industrialist, and business visionary Sir Henry Pellatt modeled the Casa Loma castle on the style of art and architecture he came to admire when touring similar castles throughout Europe. Today, the structure endures mainly as a testament to the culture and lifestyle of the Toronto elite during early 20th century. Visitors can tour the grounds on their own or with a group while learning about the family, the Edwardian heritage, and—most importantly—the architecture and history of the landmark castle atop the hill. The History of Casa Loma 1859: Henry Pellatt was born in Kingston, Ontario 1882–1902: Pellatt became a millionaire by investing in various mining, insurance, land, and electricity prospects 1905: Pellatt was knighted for his military service by the Queen's Own Rifles 1911: Working with Canadian architect E.J. Lennox, Pellatt helped design his dream home—a Medieval-inspired castle 1914–1924: Economic hardships eventually forced Sir Henry and Lady Mary Pellatt to sell Casa Loma 2014: After failed attempts to transform the residence into a hotel, a school, a museum, and an art gallery over the years, Liberty Entertainment Group chose to preserve the historic structure The Sights of Casa Loma Self-guided tours of Casa Loma and the surrounding area are available throughout the year. Here are some highlights worth seeing: Great hall on the main floor: This room serves as a focal point within the castle, complete with 60-foot ceilings and sculpted figures adorning the pillars. Sir Henry Pellatt's master suite on the second floor: Mahogany and walnut walls keep with the home's luxuriant spirit. This room also features a hidden compartment beside the fireplace where Sir Henry Pellatt would conceal secret documents. Carriage house and stables: Connected to Casa Loma by an 800-foot tunnel which runs 18 feet below Austin Terrace. The tunnel features an exhibit of Toronto’s dark side, which tells the story in archival photographs of Prohibition, the Depression, the plague, the Great Toronto Fire, and Toronto’s first plane crash. The carriage house features an automotive exhibit featuring vintage automobiles from the early 1900s. Estate gardens: The 5 acres of lush flora surrounding Casa Loma showcase ornate sculptures and fountains as well as meticulously tended displays of perennials and a wooded hillside filled with wildflowers, ferns, rhododendrons, and decorative grasses. The Pellatt Newsreel To deliver more insight into the Pellatt family's optimistic construction and tragic loss of Casa Loma, the castle screens a 22-minute docudrama on the rise and fall of the estate. Narrated by Colin Mochrie, this docudrama adopts the tone of a 1939 newsreel as it tracks Sir Henry's resounding business successes, followed by his gradual financial undoing.
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    1 Austin Terrace
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Gardiner Museum
    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.
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    111 Queens Park
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Toronto Zoo
    2014 marked the 40th year the Toronto Zoo has been saving and protecting species. The more than 5,000 animals representing more than 450 species that call this zoo home probably have no idea they're citizens of Canada's most populous metropolis. Sprawling across 710 acres in the beautiful Rouge Valley, their award-winning habitats accurately reflect habitats from seven geographical zones, including Africa, Australia, and the tundra. Size: Open year-round, one of the largest zoos in the world with over 340,000 square feet of indoor tropical pavillions and 10 kilometers of walking trails that take visitors past the habitats of more than 450 species. Zoo attendees can also catch daily animal keeper talks year round. Eye Catchers: Masai giraffe calf Kiko, baby gorilla Nneka, lemurs, 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
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    361 Old Finch Avenue
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Ben Navaee Gallery
    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.
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    1107 Queen Street East
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Hockey Hall of Fame
    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.
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    30 Yonge St Bce Pl
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Sevan Art Gallery
    Though there are specific pieces on display at Sevan Art Gallery, the inventory is not limited to what is hanging in the physical gallery. This allows customers to request any piece on the market, which the team at Sevan will then track down and have shipped to the gallery. To supplement their art dealing, staffers offer an on-site framing service. Knowledgeable designers help clients select custom frames and acid-free mats for photos or paintings or build out shadow boxes for three-dimensional items, such as sports memorabilia or the bronzed bust of a deceased cactus.
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    480 Yonge Street
    Toronto, ON CA

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