Explore Sightseeing in Toronto
Sightseeing can be a leisurely (and budget-friendly) way to enjoy a new city. Stroll through Toronto’s Ashbridge’s Bay Park during the warm summer months. Make sure to plan a picnic and people-watch. Take a high-speed elevator to the top of Canada’s National Tower, which stands approximately 1,815 feet tall. You can look out over all of Toronto on the observation level or stand on the glass floor and look down 1,122 feet—if you’re brave enough. For those interested in shopping and history, the St. Lawrence Market Complex is located in the middle of Old Town Toronto and has many artisan and specialty food vendors, a lively farmers’ market, and even a walking tour that teaches you about Old Town’s 200-year history.