A single ticket that includes the main tourist spots. Price 83 USD = 107.75 CAD www.citypass.com Currently the price includes:
CityTour bus Red double-decker bus. Second floor without a roof. Drive through major Toronto neighborhoods. Duration: 1.5 - 2 hours. Cost 27 USD = 35 CAD citysightseeingtoronto.com
Museum - Castle “Casaloma”. Castle on a hill, built in the style of Scottish and English palaces at the beginning of the 20th century. Beautiful rooms, magnificent halls designed in a certain style. Ticket price 25 USD = 32.49. CAD Location: 43.678301, -79.409719. Website casaloma.org
Ripley's Aquarium of Canada A huge variety of fish species. Very beautiful aquariums with different plants, molluscs, reefs. Sharks, many rays that fly directly overhead. There are many informative stands. Entrance: adult ticket 33,9 USD = 44.07. CAD children 11,3 USD = 14.69 CAD website ripleyaquariums.com/canada
CN Tower The tower offers gorgeous views of the city. Glass floor at the very top, at a height of 100 floors, overlooking the aquarium, there is an exit to the air. There are usually huge queues at the ticket office, so buy your tickets online. Admission: adult ticket 30 USD = 39. CAD children 22,3 USD = 29. CAD website: cntower.ca
African Lion Safari. By car, you can drive through different areas with the animals. You will see birds, Tigers, Giraffes, hippos, rhinos. There is a mini-railway. There are many interesting things for children as well. Important: Remove the wipers from the car, and do not feed the monkeys. Admission: Adult ticket 34,8 USD = 45.14. CAD Children 24,3 USD = 31.58 CAD free for children under 2 years old. Location: 43.341683, -80.183052 Website lionsafari.com
Ontario Science Center Thematic rooms dedicated to physics, biology, aerodynamics, optics, etc. Focused on schoolchildren. Almost all exhibits are interactive - you can touch, move, see how this or that device works. Admission: adult ticket 16,9 USD = 22. CAD children 10 USD = 13. CAD Website ontariosciencecentre.caWildPlay Niagara Falls
Lots of different physical recreation options, niagarafalls.wildplay.com Prices from 11,6 USD = 15 CAD
Niagara Nature Park A small but amazing hiking park that brings you to the Niagara River. Free!
It is almost always cheaper to buy a ticket online than on the spot. You can also avoid the queue at the cashier. On these sites, you can buy e-tickets and go through the Fast lane, as well as get interesting ideas for your vacation.
Open skating rinks around the city. Skiing is free. Skate rental 4,6 USD = 6 CAD per hour
Kayaks on Lake Ontario . Cost per hour 23,1 USD = 30. CAD per day 73,2 USD = 95. CAD paddletoronto.com
Parachute jumps. Price from 269,5 USD = 350. CAD
Karting 19,3 USD = 25 CAD per race. gpkartways.com
Billiards, bowling all over Toronto. Cost from 6,2 USD = 8 CAD per hour per table blogto.com
Paintball . The cost varies from 23,1 USD = 30 CAD per person for 4 hours with limited ammunition. defconpaintball.com
Farm products market. An abandoned plant in a green area of Toronto, converted to a green produce market from local farmers. Location: 43.68447, -79.365322"Lawrence market"
An old covered marketplace where you can taste and purchase products grown and produced in the province of Ontario. Here you will find cheeses, ham, fish, fruits and vegetables, as well as wine products. There is a cafe where you can relax and have a snack. Free admission. Location: 43.64908, -79.371609 Website stlawrencemarket.com
Japanese Art Exhibitions (Japan Development Fund: 131 Bloor Street West, Suite 213, Second floor, free admission). Regular exhibitions with a change of exhibits every two weeks. Location: 43.668834, -79.392556 Website jftor.org
"Distillery place". An old whiskey distillery converted into art galleries, private breweries, cozy restaurants, shops of unique goods, chocolate makers, cafes, photo studios. A fun place for the whole family, a great place for photographers. Some of the plant's equipment has been preserved and displayed in its original form. Free admission. Location: 43.650046, -79.359533 Website thedistillerydistrict.com