Toronto's waterfront - one of North America's biggest recreational waterfronts - offers a scenic background for lots of well liked and pleasant attractions that features Harbourfront, Ontario Place, Rogers Centre, the CN Tower, and the Toronto Islands. It is also the setting of large numbers of big events for example the Scotiabank Nuit Blanche, Caribana, the Toronto International Film Festival, the Canadian National Exhibition and WinterCity.
Downtown Toronto provides museums and art galleries galore for example the Royal Ontario Museum, Canada's biggest museum and one of the the best 10 in the world ; the Art Gallery of Ontario, Canada's oldest art gallery and home to far more than 15,000 pictures ; and the Ontario Science Centre, which entertains and teaches 800,000 visitors a year.
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At the northeast end of the city, Canada's biggest menagerie, the Toronto Zoo, boasts far more than 5,000 animals in their natural environment. Just north of the City, Canada's largest theme park, Canada's Wonderland, features more than 200 attractions and way over 65 rides in a fascinating surroundings.
Throughout the city - from Scarborough to Etobicoke, North York to the waterfront - you just might discover Toronto's Historic Sites. Visit a War of 1812 fort, a Victorian mansion house that represents the inter-war years, the final home of Toronto's first mayor, and even more. There's something for people who at these interesting places and every individual shares a different tale from Toronto's thrilling history. From drop-in family fun and hands on craft workshops to March Break and summer camps for children, the historical sites provide engaging entertainment and a outstanding taste of Toronto's history.