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How to Spend 2 Days in Toronto

How to Spend 2 Days in Toronto

Toronto doesn’t do things halfway. As the largest city in Canada, home to the West’s tallest freestanding structure and a multicultural urban hub, Toronto is a buzzing, action-packed place to be. Luckily, two days is still enough time to discover many of its top sights and experiences. Here’s how to plan your trip.


Day 1: Monuments and Museums

**Morning:**On a 2-day stay, efficient sightseeing is essential—and a hop-on hop-off bus tour gives you plenty of bang for your buck, with no worries about navigation. Depending on your itinerary, you can cruise past Royal Ontario Museum, glimpse Casa Loma, glide through the Entertainment District, and more, all in just a couple of hours.

 

**Afternoon:**Toronto is a town that takes its culture seriously, and a museum trip makes the perfect afternoon excursion. Depending on your interests, book tickets for the Art Gallery of Ontario, venture into the Aga Khan Museum, or—if the thrill of competition is more your style—explore the Hockey Hall of Fame.

 

**Night:**The CN Tower is Toronto’s most recognizable site, but simply admiring it from ground level won’t do. Instead, ascend 1,465 feet (447 meters) to its lofty SkyPod for luminous city views.

 

Day 2: Alternative Sightseeing

**Morning:**Toronto’s waterfront is one of its biggest assets, and there are few better ways to start your day than by heading out on a sightseeing cruise. In a glass-encased boat, chart the Inner Harbour, enjoy views of the Toronto Islands, and capture one-of-a-kind skyline shots.

 

**Afternoon:**Toronto is reputed to have Canada’s most adventurous and eclectic dining scene, and a neighborhood walking tour is the perfect way to combine your city explorations with a tempting tasting session. Typical tours might stop at international Kensington Market, explore up-and-coming Corktown, or hit the city’s culinary mecca: St. Lawrence Market.

 

**Night:**As evening descends, turn your attention from bites to drinks, and experience the city’s famous nightlife for yourself. Book a cocktail-themed discovery tour to hit Toronto’s coolest speakeasies, most atmospheric jazz bars, and entertaining pubs (with ample chances to toast to your trip).

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Art Gallery of Ontario Admission

Art Gallery of Ontario Admission

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Purchase your admission to the Art Galley of Ontario ahead of time to avoid sold-out days and times at this popular attraction. With ticket in hand, you'll save time waiting in line to buy a ticket once you arrive. Proceed on a self-guided tour of the museum, which features signature Canadian works, African art, contemporary paintings, and the masterpiece The Massacre of the Innocents by Peter Paul Rubens.
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  • 2 to 3 hours
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Hockey Hall of Fame Admission Ticket

Hockey Hall of Fame Admission Ticket

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Experience the world-class destination that is the Hockey Hall of Fame, a treasured celebration of the sport, in downtown Toronto. With this admission ticket, see the greatest collection of hockey artifacts from around the world, plus themed exhibits, multimedia stations, theatres, larger-than-life statues, a replica NHL dressing room and the iconic Stanley Cup. Also, try your hand at goaltending and shooting against life-sized animated versions of today's top players in the NHLPA Game Time model rink, call the play-by-play and host your own SportsCentre in the TSN Broadcast Zone and much more.
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  • 2 hours
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Exclusive Toronto Speakeasy Tour

Exclusive Toronto Speakeasy Tour

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Avoid the stress of navigating on your own on a private evening cocktail tour of downtown Toronto. In addition pointing out out landmarks often missed by visitors along the way, your guide leaves you with an inside perspective on the city’s culture and nightlife. Highlights include the Bell Lightbox Theater, an underground speakeasy, and views of the CN Tower.
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  • 4 hours
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Exotic or Supercar Test Drive on Hamilton Mountain

Exotic or Supercar Test Drive on Hamilton Mountain

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Add an adrenaline rush to your Toronto vacation with an exotic car test drive around Hamilton Mountain. Pick from a variety of models, including a Lamborghini Huracan, Ferrari 458, and, James Bond’s favorite getaway car, an Aston Martin Vantage. After a brief safety course, get behind the wheel of your chosen set of wheels and enjoy 20-minutes of uninterrupted driving on the highway.
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  • 30 minutes
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Downtown Toronto Bike Tour

Downtown Toronto Bike Tour

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Get to know the best of Toronto on this guided, 3.5-hour bike tour. Learn about the history, culture and architecture of the largest city in Canada, along with some of its fascinating stories and facts. Ride through the bustling downtown district as well a few scenic areas off the beaten path. This tour includes the sights and sounds of the CN Tower, Chinatown, Kensington Market, the Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto City Hall and much more. Use of a bike and helmet, plus granola bars and water are included.
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  • 3 hours 30 minutes
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