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The Art Gallery of Ontario

317 Dundas Street West
Toronto, Ontario M5T 1G4, Canada
(416) 979-6648

Redesigned in 2008 by Frank Gehry, this museum houses more than 80,000 pieces that span from 16th Century Dutch masters to early 20th Century photographers to Post Modernists.

The CN Tower

301 Front Street
West Toronto, Ontario M5V 2T6, Canada
(416) 868-6937

The tallest building in the western hemisphere, this is the best place to see all of Toronto. If you can handle heights, take the all-glass elevator straight to the Glass Room at the top, where you can see around and all the way to ground level through a glass floor.

Spadina Museum

285 Spadina Road
Toronto, Ontario M5R 2V5, Canada
(416) 392-6910

Built in 1866 as a private house and garden for financier James Austin, it’s now open to the public. The Victorian and Edwardian gardens are not to be missed and neither are the live concerts throughout the summer.

St. Lawrence Market

92 Front Street East
Toronto, Ontario M5E 1C3, Canada
(416) 392-7219

This popular indoor market offers everything from fruit and artisanal cheese to pastries and fresh flowers. Visit on a Sunday when the North Market building hosts its antique fair.