Hockey Hall of Fame: Whether or not you are a hockey fan or not, this beautiful building is filled with great history, but also does well with interactive exhibits. There are exhibits and memoirs of the greatest players to put on the skates who have been inducted into hockey folklore. It is also home to the prestigious Stanley Cup.
CN Tower: Just a 5-10 minute walk west of the ACC is the CN Tower, the jewel in the Toronto skyline.
If it is a clear day, it is worthwhile to go up to the viewing deck. If you know you’re going in advance and you are a daredevil, I’d look into booking the ‘skywalk’ which is literally a walk hanging off the side of the colossal structure.
Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada: If you are with your family, or you’re a marine enthusiast, the aquarium is at the foot of the CN Tower.
Toronto Islands: If you are visiting Toronto from May-September, then you HAVE to visit the Toronto Islands. If you are looking for THE best place for a view of Toronto’s city skyline with the Rogers Centre and CN Tower at the forefront, then this is the place to go. You can catch a ferry from the Toronto Harbourfront over the island, where you could spend a couple of hours over there. However the best way to experience the Islands in my opinion is via renting either a Kayak, canoe or Stand-up Paddleboard to get over there and travers around the islands, but only do this if it is warm..
Eaton Centre: If you’re looking to do some shopping, then the Eaton Centre is a one stop-shop for everything. It is only a 10-15 minute walk at most north of the ACC
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