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Things To Do Near Toronto During Your Extended Stay

Posted by Doriana Zohil-Morton on December 22, 2017
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Corporate Stay

Did you know that Toronto draws over 40 million visitors annually? There are plenty of attractions and experiences that they enjoy while staying in the city. If you’re on an extended corporate stay in Toronto, you’ll definitely want to check out some of the following activities.

City Activities

The CN Tower is a landmark attraction in the heart of downtown Toronto. Next door is Ripley’s Aquarium, boasting a myriad of aquatic life spaced out over 135,000 square-feet in 1.5 million gallons of water.

If you’re a sports fan, you can take in a Blue Jays game at the Rogers Centre or watch the Toronto Raptors at Air Canada Centre.

There are also always live entertainers ranging from musical acts to comedians at a host of venues in the city ranging from bars to dedicated venues such as Massey Hall, Lee’s Palace, and many others.

Indoor Skydiving

Did you know that there are multiple locations where you can do skydiving indoors in the Greater Toronto Area? iFlyToronto offers freefall skydiving in an indoor wind tunnel. No experience is needed, and it makes for a memorable experience that you can cross off your bucket list.

Performing Arts

For the patron of the arts, you can find some of the greatest performers within the city. For instance, The National Ballet of Canada boasts legendary performers gliding across the stage at the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts. There are also other contemporary dance companies like Toronto Dance Theatre with award-winning performers that offer more intimate performances.

Kensington Market

Kensington Market is a popular hub of shops, restaurants, and cafes located just north of Dundas Street West and east of Bathurst Street. There is something for everyone—bargains, organic produce, savoury culinary delights—and so much more.

Hockey Hall of Fame

The Hockey Hall of Fame (HHOF) is a very intriguing museum that celebrates hockey’s rich and glorious history. Located at 30 Yonge Street, visitors can view the Stanley Cup, and participate in a range of interactive games and activities to bring out excitement in any fan. More importantly, the HHOF is open 362 days of the year, and only closes on Christmas, New Years, and Induction Day.

The Toronto Islands

There’s nothing as enjoyable as taking a brief ferry trip to the Toronto Islands. Located just off the mainland in Lake Ontario, the Toronto Islands are home to Centreville Amusement Park, and several yacht clubs. Feeling the cool lake breeze in the air as you trek through a serene getaway and take in the city view, makes for a fantastic day trip.

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