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16 Seriously Cool Things You Can Do In Canada’s Cities


March 21st, 2017   |   Updated on March 4th, 2019

From a trip to Niagara Falls to a culture dose at the Royal Ontario Museum, these are the best things to do in Canada’s cities

We’re not going to lie: we love our city. We like to show it off to visitors—from the zoo to the CN tower. If you forced us to narrow down the reasons we love this city, and call out the things to do in Canada that should be at the very top of your list, well, these would be them. Go on, get out there.

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1. The view from the top of Toronto’s CN Tower is thrilling, but now you can make the experience up there even more memorable by walking around the edge of the observation deck



2. The Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto covers 60,000 feet and contains the world’s largest collection of hockey memorabilia


3. Vancouver’s Seawall is extremely popular with runners and cyclists – and it’s not hard to see why. The path takes visitors right past stunning totem poles



4. Highview Lookout affords visitors a breathtaking view of Vancouver – but it’s possible to rise even higher above the city, thanks to tours by Harbour Air Seaplanes


5. Skaters have nearly five miles of groomed ice to glide around on in the downtown area of Ottawa in the winter months


6. Mat’s amazing: Every Wednesday at noon during the summer, hundreds of people flock to Ottawa’s Parliament Hill



7. The Montreal Jazz Festival. It’s one of the world’s greatest cultural experiences



8. There are fascinating ghost tours in Ottawa, Toronto and Kingston. Pictured is Fairmont Chateau Laurier in Ottawa where, as the guides explain, people have reported seeing objects move randomly across rooms


9. An astounding 15,000 tonnes of snow and 500,000 tonnes of ice is used to build Quebec City’s Hotel de Glace


10. St Lawrence Market has been running in some form since 1803 and has evolved into an essential destination for foodies. It’s brimming with artisanal produce and top eateries



11. Hollywood comes to town for the Toronto International Film Festival . Actor Benedict Cumberbatch is pictured here signing autographs at the event


12. Vancouver’s Commodore Ballroom is venerated by music fans. It’s hosted the likes of Nirvana, Dire Straits and Kiss – and has a bouncy dance floor



13. Montreal’s planetarium (pictured) features giant 360-degree screens and bean bag chairs, so the infinite can be contemplated in maximum comfort


14. The Toronto Islands are just minutes away from the city by ferry – and it’s possible to play frisbee golf on one of the biggest isles, Ward’s



15. The Royal BC Museum (pictured) tells the natural and human history of British Columbia through immersive exhibits and intriguing artefacts – there are a staggering seven million on display


16. The Treetop Trekking company has aerial games courses in five parks in Ontario and five in Quebec, which include some amazing zip-line rides (pictured)


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