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The Black Creek Pioneer Village offers up the chance to take a step back in time and immerse yourself in a 'living history museum' of the 1800's.
Casa Loma is a beautiful old Castle residency formerly the residence of Sir Henry Pellatt, a prominent Toronto financier, industrialist and military man.
Take a step back in time and visit a traditional 15th century Iroquoian Village where it once stood at Crawford Lake Conservation Area.
Whether you want to take a stroll along the waterfront, browse the shops, experience music and cultural festivals, watch a movie, or hop on one of the boat tours for a trip around Toronto Island, the Harbourfront Centre will provide an entire day of fun in the sun.
If you like hockey and want to take a leisurely stroll down memory lane, then the Hockey Hall of Fame is the outing for you. There are Hockey displays and activities for everyone, and you can even get a picture with the Stanley Cup!
For well over 100 years St. Lawrence Market has been a source of high-quality food and goods for Toronto residents. It is a vast, two-story market housing all manner of meat, cheese, fruit, vegetables, and delicacies.