Welcome to Toronto

Here is a compiled list of popular activity suggestions for anyone visiting Toronto.  

Activity suggestions Description Link to more information
CN Tower Defining the Toronto skyline, the CN Tower is Canada's most recognizable and celebrated icon.  Link
Doors Open Toronto

Doors Open Toronto will be taking place on May 25 & 26, right before the conference. Explore free access to interesting Toronto buildings that are usually closed to the public.

Blue Jays Game 

Pittsburgh Pirates vs Toronto Blue Jays on May 31st at 7:07PM is the game closest to the conference timing.

Kensington Market

Explore the wonderful Kensington Market on your own or through a walking tour or a food tour.

Toronto Islands

Take the ferry to the Toronto Islands and go for a bike, a picnic in the park or on the beach, or a walk.

Allan Gardens Conservatory Check out the downtown botanical gardens in these historical greenhouse buildings.  Link
St. Lawrence Market

Explore the lively St. Lawrence Market, with fresh food and groceries galore!

Distillery District

Check out the historic Distillery District's cobblestone-lined streets, shops, art, theatre, and restaurants.

High Park

The 399 acres of gardens, ponds, trails, a zoo, and more!

Royal Ontario Museum

Enjoy the current exhibitions and collections at the Royal Ontario Museum.

Art Gallery of Ontario

Check out the Art Gallery of Ontario – free of cost on Wednesday evenings.

Ripley's Aquarium of Canada  Immerse yourself in a world of 20000 aquatic animals and discover your own underwater adventure at Ripley's Aquarium of Canada! Link