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  • Wildlife Photographer of the Year

    Today

    10:00 AM EST

    Royal Ontario Museum

    Wildlife Photographer of the Year

    Royal Ontario Museum

    Wildlife Photographer of the Year
    The longest-running and most prestigious nature photography competition in the world returns to the ROM for the seventh year in a row. Whether you’re a nature lover, aspiring photographer, or simply love a perfectly captured moment, you will appreciate the talent and technical expertise required to photograph such rare and surprising glimpses of the diverse life on this planet.

  • Bloodsuckers

    Today

    10:00 AM EST

    Royal Ontario Museum

    Bloodsuckers

    Royal Ontario Museum

    Bloodsuckers
    Quench a thirst you didn’t even know you had in Bloodsuckers: Legends to Leeches, a ROM original exhibition where nature and culture truly collide. Explore the intricacies, evolution, and interconnected world of blood-feeding organisms, and the folklore, legends and pop culture they have influenced around the world and across time.

  • A Like Vision: The Group of Seven at 100

    Today

    10:00 AM EST

    McMichael Canadian Art Collection

    A Like Vision: The Group of Seven at 100

    McMichael Canadian Art Collection

    A Like Vision: The Group of Seven at 100
    Come celebrate with the McMichael Canadian Art Collection. To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Group of Seven’s first exhibition, McMichael Executive Director Ian Dejardin dives deep into the Gallery’s extensive Group of Seven holdings to present a monumental survey of the Group’s work.

  • 3rd Tuesday Nights Free

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    5:30 PM EST

    Royal Ontario Museum

    3rd Tuesday Nights Free

    Royal Ontario Museum

    3rd Tuesday Nights Free
    Bring family and friends to the Royal Ontario Museum on the 3rd Tuesday Night of each month and enjoy free admission from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm. With complimentary access and extended hours, visitors are invited to explore art, culture, and nature in the Museum’s 40 permanent galleries.

  • If I Could Throwback Time

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    8:00 PM EST

    Second City Toronto

    If I Could Throwback Time

    Second City Toronto

    If I Could Throwback Time
    Come bask in the neon glow of The Second City's latest takedown, If I Could Throwback Time. Full of lust, laughter, and whip-smart satire, you won't want to miss the show that NOW Magazine is calling “Clever, Remarkable Physical Comedy. Colorful Retro Fun.”

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About The Area

Toronto is a hub of culture unlike any other Canadian city or province around it. From food to theatre, to art and sports, you'll leave feeling satisfied and excited to return on your next trip.

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  • Wildlife Photographer of the Year

    Today

    10:00 AM EST

    Royal Ontario Museum

    Wildlife Photographer of the Year

    Royal Ontario Museum

    Wildlife Photographer of the Year
    The longest-running and most prestigious nature photography competition in the world returns to the ROM for the seventh year in a row. Whether you’re a nature lover, aspiring photographer, or simply love a perfectly captured moment, you will appreciate the talent and technical expertise required to photograph such rare and surprising glimpses of the diverse life on this planet.

  • Bloodsuckers

    Today

    10:00 AM EST

    Royal Ontario Museum

    Bloodsuckers

    Royal Ontario Museum

    Bloodsuckers
    Quench a thirst you didn’t even know you had in Bloodsuckers: Legends to Leeches, a ROM original exhibition where nature and culture truly collide. Explore the intricacies, evolution, and interconnected world of blood-feeding organisms, and the folklore, legends and pop culture they have influenced around the world and across time.

  • A Like Vision: The Group of Seven at 100

    Today

    10:00 AM EST

    McMichael Canadian Art Collection

    A Like Vision: The Group of Seven at 100

    McMichael Canadian Art Collection

    A Like Vision: The Group of Seven at 100
    Come celebrate with the McMichael Canadian Art Collection. To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Group of Seven’s first exhibition, McMichael Executive Director Ian Dejardin dives deep into the Gallery’s extensive Group of Seven holdings to present a monumental survey of the Group’s work.

  • 3rd Tuesday Nights Free

    Today

    5:30 PM EST

    Royal Ontario Museum

    3rd Tuesday Nights Free

    Royal Ontario Museum

    3rd Tuesday Nights Free
    Bring family and friends to the Royal Ontario Museum on the 3rd Tuesday Night of each month and enjoy free admission from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm. With complimentary access and extended hours, visitors are invited to explore art, culture, and nature in the Museum’s 40 permanent galleries.

  • If I Could Throwback Time

    Today

    8:00 PM EST

    Second City Toronto

    If I Could Throwback Time

    Second City Toronto

    If I Could Throwback Time
    Come bask in the neon glow of The Second City's latest takedown, If I Could Throwback Time. Full of lust, laughter, and whip-smart satire, you won't want to miss the show that NOW Magazine is calling “Clever, Remarkable Physical Comedy. Colorful Retro Fun.”

Show more

About The Area

Toronto is a hub of culture unlike any other Canadian city or province around it. From food to theatre, to art and sports, you'll leave feeling satisfied and excited to return on your next trip.

Go on a sightseeing excursion via boat with Harbour Star or by bus with City Sightseeing. There are also walking and Segway tours that allow a more leisurely pace and photo opportunities.

Out of Toronto's 2.6 million-person population, about half were born elsewhere making this city a true melting pot which can be seen in everything from the culinary influences to its theatre productions. For a real cultural experience, stop by one of Toronto’s excellent restaurants, where you can find an abundance of Italian, Indian, Japanese, and other scrumptious ethnic foods. For something more local, there’s a different farmer’s market for every day of the week.

Everything about Toronto is worthy and world-class. Some of their most popular family attractions include the Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, Royal Ontario Museum, Ontario Science Centre, and the Centreville Theme Park. For those that want to indulge in some hockey, a Maple Leafs game or a trip to the Hockey Hall of Fame are both excellent choices.

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