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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!
Have you ever wanted to spend an hour immersed in pure space science with an Astrophysicist? You can at the McCallion Planetarium.
Mount Nemo provides nice hiking with a fantastic view at the end. The cliffs of Mount Nemo in Halton Hills provide a fantastic view of the landscape all the way to Toronto some 40 kilometers away.
The Old Spaghetti Factor is a truly fun, inexpensive, and enjoyable dining experience in downtown Toronto.
PawsWay is a fitting tribute to our dearest and loved four legged family members in the heart of downtown Toronto at the Harbourfront Centre.
Located in St. Catharines in the heart of the Niagara grape growing region, Port Dalhousie is just right for the person seeking a relaxing time at the beach, strolls on the shoreline, or a ride on a 5 cent carousel.
A favourite dining out experience for many families is the Rainforest Café. When a more realistic exotic escape is not possible, an hour surrounded by thunderstorms, elephants, and grunting gorillas is a nice diversion from the urban day-to-day.
It is rare to find a nature reserve so close to a major metropolitan area and right on the shoreline of a highly populated area. Yet the Rattray Marsh manages to be clean and quiet as well as provide an enjoyable nature stroll.
The world is a vast and beautiful place with infinite stories and events throughout history. The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is a place that attempts to bring all of this information into one building and share it with you.
There is something magical about experiencing a day where you can walk across a suspension bridge as high as the Eiffel Tower, hike through a beautiful forest, climb through some deep caves and caverns, and take a tractor or train ride through the country.