The Distillery Historic District is an ideal place to spend a few hours if you are in downtown Toronto and want to get away from the center of the usual thing: It is not a Starbucks or McDonald's in sight. The pedestrian village is located in the fabulous architectural heritage and is dedicated to promoting art and culture. The region also has a wellness center, numerous cafes, restaurants and pubs.
The Eaton Centre
The CN Tower
Yorkville is an anomaly in the charming downtown Toronto skyscrapers and shopping malls. Hidden in the center pocket, a charming Victorian architecture houses Yorkville dozens of restaurants, boutiques and art galleries. Lunch and shopping is high level and the galleries are some of the best Canadian and international artists. Many celebrities were seen walking on the sidewalks, and Yorkville, especially in the Toronto International Film Festival.
Hockey Hall of Fame is a great opportunity, full of displays of children or adults placed Interactive, the heat of the NHL. Drop Pod, you can call the operations of some of the most famous ice hockey, including in 1972 the Canada / Russia series: ". Epidemics Henderson and the results" also contains a copy of NHL dressing room (the smell), living trophies, and, of course, a gift shop.