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The tallest tower in the Western Hemisphere is Toronto’s visual icon. From the 1,467-foot upper platform you can see 75 miles or more on a clear day.
This diverse collection features everything from Chinese artifacts and saber-toothed cats to ancient Roman sculpture and even a bat cave.
Visit the Entertainment District around King Street West for cultural and sports venues. The West Queen West area teems with galleries, bars and cafes.
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Take the ferry to the parks, beaches and vehicle-free roads of these Lake Ontario islands, which also offer a splendid panorama of the city skyline.
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You'll want to take it slow on these beautiful byways across America.
Toronto’s multiculturalism comes to life at this vibrant, slightly bohemian concentration of food vendors, vintage clothing shops and restaurants.
Remember when buying a plane ticket didn't include a bunch of extra airline fees? Follow our tips on avoiding the most ridiculous charges.
Canadians take their hockey very seriously, and this downtown museum thrills fans with historic game gear, artifacts and a replica NHL dressing room.
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