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Toronto, ON Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 124
Total Sleeping Rooms 28,205
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 1,590
Committable Meeting Rooms* 107
Convention Center Space 700,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 460,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 358,433 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate CAD $245
Average Daily Meal Cost CAD $145
Average Weekly Car Rental CAD $348
*Maximum for a single hotel

Toronto, ON Things to Do and Attractions

Bata Shoe Museum

There is something surprising afoot at the Bata Shoe Museum. This unique Toronto gem chronicles the history of footwear from cultures throughout the world. Housed in architect Raymond Moriyama's award-winning four-story building cleverly designed to

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CN Tower

Guests can take the Toronto experience sky high with a visit to the CN Tower. Located in the heart of the entertainment district, Canada's wonder of the world, the CN Tower, is the world's tallest building and the quintessential Toronto attraction.

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Hockey Hall of Fame

No trip to Toronto is complete without an in-depth look at Canada's most beloved sport. The Hockey Hall of Fame allows visitors to hit the virtual ice and become part of the game with interactive, high-tech exhibits. Guests can take shots at

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Royal Ontario Museum

The Royal Ontario Museum first opened to the public in 1912 and is the largest museum in Canada, with more than six million objects. Dazzling approximately one million visitors every year, it is Canada's leading museum and a Toronto must see. The

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Toronto Zoo

The wonders of the wild are on display at the Toronto Zoo. One of the largest zoos in the world, the Toronto Zoo is set on 710 acres and has approximately 1.2 million visitors each year. Lions, tigers and bears are just the beginning of what this zoo

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A Taste of the World Neighborhood Walks

A Taste of the World has been offering delightfully quirky walking tours that take visitors off the beaten path since 1993. Local secrets and hidden delights are uncovered around every corner of these specialized adventures that take visitors into

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Casa Loma

Visitors can experience the majestic splendor and European elegance of Canada's medieval-style castle. A premier attraction, Casa Loma was built in 1914 as the estate of financier Sir Henry Mill Pellatt. At the time, it was the largest private

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Located on Toronto's pulsating College Street Strip, Cobalt is a luxe lounge that attracts an eclectic 20- to 30-something crowd. Touted as the "it" bar for several years, Cobalt has been reeling in the night owls with its combination of sultry

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Distillery Historic District

Founded in 1832 as the Gooderham & Worts Distillery, this picturesque village located in downtown Toronto was recently reinvented into a lively historic district. Today it has quickly become a Toronto favorite and home to North America's best

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Entertainment District

Theaters, restaurants, dance clubs and bars mark this fast-paced area known for its vibrant nightlife. Spanning eight city blocks and home to the SkyDome and CN Tower, this attraction hotbed becomes a buzzing center of nightlife after dark. With

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Harbourfront Centre

A must see, Harbourfront Centre is a hive of cultural activities with performing arts venues, restaurants, shops and galleries. Located on 10 acres of Toronto's waterfront, Harbourfront Centre reflects the city's eclectic personality with a diverse

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Historic Fort York

Visitors can immerse themselves in Canada's remarkable history at Historic Fort York. Known as Toronto's birthplace, Fort York was established in 1793 and was the site of the famous 1812 Battle of York. Eight original buildings have been restored to

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Hop-On Hop-Off City Tour

A convenient way to see the major sites, this fun and flexible bus tour featuring double decker buses, trolleys and motor coaches gives visitors the option to get on and off the bus over a two-day period. Not confined by a set schedule, riders are

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Jamie Kennedy Wine Bar

Jamie Kennedy Wine Bar is Toronto's toast of the town. Located in the historic St. Lawrence Market area, this cozy gathering place features modestly-priced sommelier-selected wines, available by half or full glass, and an innovative tasting-sized

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Mariposa Cruises

Visitors can step aboard the steamship replica Oriole and set sail on a relaxing tour of the waterfront, Toronto Islands and island lagoons. Cruisers will enjoy a new perspective of the spectacular Toronto skyline including the CN Tower, Rogers

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Niagara Tours

No trip to the region is complete without a scenic day trip to the 7th natural wonder of the world. The eight-hour excursion includes a brief city tour, wine tasting at Niagara-on-the-Lake's Pillitteri Estates Winery, visit to Niagara-on-the-Lake's

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For those in need of retail therapy, Toronto has a myriad of shops that can be found underground. Beneath the streets of Toronto's Financial District is an underground city with 27 kilometers of interconnecting passageways and approximately 1,200

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Yuk Yuk's Superclub

In a city renowned for turning out great comedians such as Mike Myers, Jim Carrey and Dan Akroyd, guests are sure to find a laugh. Founded in 1976 and touted as Canada's original home of stand-up comedy, Yuk Yuk's has headlined such legends as Jerry

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Bright Pearl Seafood Restaurant

A rare find, the award-winning Bright Pearl Seafood Restaurant located in the heart of Chinatown has become a Toronto darling, receiving several nods as well as world-wide media attention for its all-day dim sum menu. Dim sum, which translates "to

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Canoe Restaurant & Bar

For visitors seeking authentic Canadian cuisine, critically acclaimed Canoe Restaurant & Bar serves up regional flavors. With clean, stylish decor and an inspired menu, this fine dining establishment epitomizes Toronto's sophisticated warmth. Perched

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Edward Levesque's Kitchen

Set in the emergent ultra-hip neighborhood of Leslieville, this swank little bistro is the talk of Toronto. With silky smooth service and delectable dishes, Edward Levesque's Kitchen gets it right every time. The moderately-priced menu includes

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North 44

This prestigious foodie destination lives up to its reputation. Named after Toronto's latitude, North 44 provides an unparalleled dining experience. From its sleek modern decor featuring wrap around mirrors to its beautifully presented new

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Canada's Wonderland

Canada's version of Disney World and one of North America's premier amusement parks, Canada's Wonderland offers more than 200 family-friendly attractions. Set on 300 acres, just 40 minutes north of Toronto, this sprawling theme park features live

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Ontario Science Center

Budding scientists will find plenty to uncover at the Ontario Science Center. The museum, which opened in 1969, is a top Toronto attraction that thrills the senses with an engaging hands-on approach. Boasting more than 800 interactive exhibits within

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With nearly 1,400 square meters of slithering exhibits, Canada's largest reptile zoo offers families an educational, interactive and entertaining entry into the world of reptiles and amphibians. Visitors will be astonished when they encounter Nile

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Riverdale Farm

Tiny tots will delight in this 7.5-acre working farm located right inside the city. Complete with horses, cows, pigs, turkeys and ducks, this farm is a family favorite. A visit to Riverdale gives children the chance to learn about life on a farm by

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Scarborough Bluffs

The earth's lineage can be traced in the sands of the scenic Scarborough Bluffs. Located along on the eastern edge of Toronto, the Scarborough Bluffs rise 65 meters above the water and stretch for nearly 14 kilometers along Lake Ontario. A phenomenal

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The Toronto Islands

A short ferry ride will transport visitors from the hustle and bustle of the downtown area to the serene Toronto Islands. Set on 605 acres of parkland, the grouping of 14 islands is a relaxing respite from the city. The islands are a terrific place

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Toronto Music Garden

Tranquility awaits at the Toronto Music Garden. Renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma and landscape designer Julie Moir Messervy have designed a masterpiece with this one-of-a-kind Toronto treasure. Created to invoke Bach's "First Suite for Unaccompanied Cello,"

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