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St Lawrence Market: Our most recommended tours and activities

Toronto: City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

1. Toronto: City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Hop on and off open-top double-decker buses to explore the best of Toronto at your own pace. See all of Toronto’s top historic and contemporary attractions on board and hop on and off at any of the 15 stops.  During summer, the vehicles are mainly open-top double-deckers buses that afford you the best possible view of Toronto. During the late fall and winter, or when the weather happens to be cold or wet, enjoy a cozy, comfortable trolley instead. Although these vehicles aren’t open-top, they are loaded with wide windows and they’re a great way to see and photograph Toronto’s sights in style. Bus Stops: 1) Yonge-Dundas Square 2) Yonge & Wellesley 3) Yorkville 4) The Park Hyatt / ROM 5) Casa Loma 6) Spadina & Bloor 7) The Bata Shoe Museum 8) The Royal Ontario Museum 9) Art Gallery of Ontario 10) CN Tower North 11) Ripley's Aquarium / CN Tower 12) Harbourfront Centre 13) Meridian Hall / Hockey Hall of Fame 14) St. Lawrence Market 15) The Distillery District

Toronto: Best of Toronto Tour with CN Tower and River Cruise

2. Toronto: Best of Toronto Tour with CN Tower and River Cruise

Experience the best of the best on this complete Ultimate Toronto Tour. This small group tour will have you experience first-hand some of Toronto’s must-see attractions and learn about the history behind them.  Once this tour is completed, you will walk away with wonderful memories and a head full of amazing facts and tidbits about Toronto's history.  Your adventure in Toronto starts with a quick trip up to the observation deck of the CN Tower – one of the world’s most popular tourist spots. On the observation deck, you will have the opportunity to walk out and be 1,151 feet above the ground. Being so high up will allow you to get amazing views of the surrounding city. Don’t forget to bring your camera because there will be numerous opportunities to take amazing photos. Next, hop aboard a seasonal cruise where you will be able to see breathtaking views of Toronto’s skyline, the bustling waterfront, and the nearby Toronto Islands. When the cruise is unavailable, explore Casa Loma instead. Other highlights of the tour will include a narrated driving tour of Eaton Centre, Dundas Square, Queen’s Park, and a short stop at the St. Lawrence Market (Closed Sundays and Mondays). On the other days St. Lawrence Market will be replaced with a visit to the Distillery District  The Ultimate Toronto Tour will be ideal for first-time tourists to Toronto who are looking to experience it all or veteran travelers to the area who want to experience something new.

Toronto: Best of Toronto and Waterfront Self-Guided Tour

3. Toronto: Best of Toronto and Waterfront Self-Guided Tour

Explore Toronto with 2 self-guided walking tours and audio commentary included. This tour takes you through Toronto’s most popular sights on a mobile app tour. Stroll along the Best of Toronto route and see some of the oldest and most iconic landmarks in the city. Hear fascinating facts and stories about the Hockey Hall of Fame, City Hall, St. Lawrence Market, Nathan Phillips Square, and much more. Switch over to the Toronto Waterfront route and admire the picturesque views of the islands, as you learn how the Harbourfront Centre became the city’s hub of culture and entertainment. With over 20 more sights to see, use the app to navigate to more attractions, including CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium, and the Royal Ontario Museum. Enjoy unlimited use of the app at any time, day or night.

Toronto: 2-Hour Downtown Walking Tour

4. Toronto: 2-Hour Downtown Walking Tour

Take a journey through over 300 years of Toronto history, seeing how this city went from a small muddy frontier fort to becoming the cultural and financial capital of Canada. Choose to join a public tour or enjoy a private tour. This is the perfect tour for lovers of history, finance, and architecture. Walk in the footsteps of First Nation trading paths, Bay Street bankers, and the heart of the downtown quarter as you gaze up at the CN Tower. Some other highlights include Yonge-Dundas Square, Ed Mirvish Theater, Mackenzie House, City Hall, the Toronto Stock Exchange, Union Station, and much more. The tour ends at the world-famous St. Lawrence Market where you'll learn why Toronto got the nickname “Hogtown", just in time for lunch. After the tour, it's up to you to decide if you'll grab a peameal bacon sandwich, a Canadian specialty.

Toronto: Heart of Downtown 3.5-Hour Bike Tour

5. Toronto: Heart of Downtown 3.5-Hour Bike Tour

Explore Downtown Toronto on 2 wheels! On this bike tour you’ll see some of Downtown Toronto’s key sights, including must-see cultural and historical landmarks. Explore areas that aren’t easily reached in a car or bus, and experience unique scenic views. The tour is suitable for beginners and advanced riders, as it moves at an easy pace and makes plenty of stops to chat and take in the sights. Your guides are expert city riders and know their way around Toronto. What you'll explore: • CN Tower • Royal York Hotel • Union Station • Chinatown • Kensington Market • Eaton’s Centre • Dundas Square • Harbourfront and Lake • Financial district • Queen Street West • Art Gallery of Ontario • College of Art and Design • Hockey Hall of Fame • Massey Hall • Rogers Centre • Round House Park • City Hall • St. Lawrence Market • Flatiron building • St. James Cathedral and Square • Sherbourne Common • Corus Quay • Sugar Beach • Entertainment District

Toronto: 3–Hour Secret Food Tour

6. Toronto: 3–Hour Secret Food Tour

Lose yourself in the storied halls of the St. Lawrence Market, a must-visit destination for foodies that was established in 1803 and is one of the city's oldest landmarks. Here, you will taste some of Toronto's best culinary offerings and immerse yourself in the local food culture. From there, you’ll venture onto the Distillery District, a pedestrian-only area that boasts charming cobblestone streets and beautiful Victorian-era buildings. This district was once the largest distillery in the world and has since been transformed into a hub for arts, culture, and entertainment. First up, we’ll visit a local fish market where you’ll sample wild-caught sockeye salmon cured in Canadian maple syrup. Then we'll visit a pub known for making one of the best versions of the "peameal bacon sandwich", also known as Canadian bacon. Next, you'll indulge in a popular no-bake dessert whose origin is shrouded in mystery. After leaving the market, you'll unearth an Indian-inspired dish that has taken Toronto by surprise and is now a staple of the city's street food scene. And for a great end, you'll devour the mouth-watering goodness of a classic Canadian pastry, the famous Butter Tart. As with all our tours, there is also our delicious Secret Dish.

Toronto: Downtown and Highlights Walking Tour

7. Toronto: Downtown and Highlights Walking Tour

Discover Toronto, one of the artsiest and forward-thinking destinations in North America On our Toronto Downtown and Highlights tour. You can expect to be given the inside scoop on everything from its thrilling theatre scene to its art, shopping, gastronomy scene, and more. Use the included app to access multiple audio-guided walking routes to see more of Toronto after your tour. Meet your guide next to the Information Booth in Yonge/Dundas Square. Your tour guide will be wearing a Vox City Blue Shirt. They will start the tour in the square, before walking across the street and into the Eaton Centre. Toronto's iconic retail centre. Exiting the Eaton Center we pass the Church of the Holy Trinity before we enter Nathan Philip Square which houses Toronto's City Hall. Heading south via Yonge Street, the longest street in the world your guide will point out the Bay-Adelaide Centre, before arriving at the Hockey Hall of Fame. Continuing through Brookfield Place we cross into Union Station, Toronto's main train terminal, before seeing the Scotiabank Arena. Home to the Toronto Maple Leafs and Toronto Raptors. Your tour comes to a close after a short walk to the CN Tower. This area is home to the Rogers Center and Ripley's Aquarium. Across the street is Roundhouse Park, Steam Whistle Brewery and Toronto's Railroad Musuem. The tour will take about 90 minutes in duration. If you are up for a bit extra join your local guide on a short walk down to Lake Ontario and the Harbourfront Center where you will be left at the Ferry Terminal. Here you can catch a ferry over to the Toronto Islands. After the tour, download the Vox City app (included in your tour) to discover more of Toronto and its incredible history with curated audio-guided routes through the main quarters. Toronto Highlights & Downtown and Waterfront walking tour includes: CN Tower Roundhouse park Toronto Railway Museum Simcoe Wave Deck Toronto Star newspaper Meridian Hall Gooderham Building St. Lawrence market Ripleys Aquarium of Canada Scotiabank Arena St. Andrews Church Nathan Phillips Square Old City Hall Yonge Dundas Square Hockey Hall of Fame Brookfield Place Union Station Metro Toronto Convention Centre Roy Thomson Hall Self-guided route's main sights: St. James Park Little Trinity Anglican Church BMO Field Exhibition Place Chinatown Art Gallery of Ontario Campbell House Museum Kensington Market Royal Ontario Museum University of Toronto Ontario Parliament Casa Loma Gibraltar Point Beach Centre Island

Gray Line Toronto: Scenic 2-Hour City Tour by Bus

8. Gray Line Toronto: Scenic 2-Hour City Tour by Bus

Embark on an enchanting adventure through the bustling streets and captivating landmarks of Toronto with this 2-hour bus tour. Discover some of the city's most vibrant streets and popular landmarks. Board a comfortable and air-conditioned coach as expert guides welcome you with warm hospitality and fascinating insights into the city's rich history and diverse culture. During your tour you will see highlights like: CN Tower: The iconic CN Tower, a towering marvel that dominates the city's skyline. Ascend to the observation deck, where you'll be treated to awe-inspiring panoramic views of Toronto and its picturesque surroundings. Royal Ontario Museum (ROM): Immerse yourself in the world of art, history, and culture at the Royal Ontario Museum. Home to a vast collection of artifacts and exhibits from different eras and civilizations, the ROM offers a captivating journey through time and space. Casa Loma: Prepare to be transported to a fairy-tale realm as we visit the enchanting Casa Loma. This grand castle, with its majestic architecture and beautiful gardens, is a living testament to Toronto's aristocratic past. Explore its opulent rooms, secret passages, and sweeping terraces that offer breathtaking views of the city. St. Lawrence Market: Experience the vibrant culinary scene of Toronto at the historic St. Lawrence Market. Immerse yourself in a sensory delight as you stroll through the bustling aisles filled with fresh produce, gourmet delicacies, and local treats. Discover the market's cultural significance as a meeting place for food lovers from all walks of life. Distillery District: Step back in time as you venture into the charming Distillery District, a beautifully preserved historic neighborhood. Wander along cobblestone streets, framed by red-brick Victorian-era buildings housing galleries, boutiques, and artisanal studios. This cultural hotspot exudes a creative and artistic atmosphere. Harbourfront Centre: Embrace the tranquility of Toronto's waterfront at the vibrant Harbourfront Centre. Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the boardwalk, take in captivating views of Lake Ontario, and immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere filled with arts, music, and cultural events. Queen's Park & Ontario Legislative Building: Discover the political heart of Ontario as you pass by Queen's Park and the majestic Ontario Legislative Building. Marvel at the stunning architecture and learn about the province's governance and history. Entertainment District: Cruise through Toronto's Entertainment District, a dynamic area that buzzes with theaters, nightlife, and entertainment venues. Catch a glimpse of the city's thriving performing arts scene and explore the district's vibrant energy. Yonge-Dundas Square: Experience the vibrant heart of downtown Toronto at Yonge-Dundas Square, often referred to as "The Times Square of Canada." Be captivated by the bustling intersection, dazzling billboards, and the lively spirit of this commercial and cultural hub. After your tour, feel free to come back to any of these locations and explore them even further.

Toronto: Downtown City Landmarks Self-Guided Audio Tour

9. Toronto: Downtown City Landmarks Self-Guided Audio Tour

Discover the majesty and culture of Toronto. See its top sights and its quirky and breathtaking hidden gems with a handy and informative digital guide app. Let your eye wander at your ease through Toronto’s iconic streets, old architecture, skyscrapers, and high-rise buildings. See some of the most glamorous squares in Toronto, such as Nathan Phillips Square, and Yonge Dundas Square. As you tour, pass the Hockey Hall of Fame, the iconic Gooderham Building and Berczy Park with its dog fountain sculpture, and the astonishing Old and New Toronto City Hall. Complete your tour at St Michael's Cathedral Basilica, the oldest church in Toronto. Treat yourself to lunch at St. Lawerence Market and shop from the local food and goods vendors inside.

Toronto: Show me the City!

10. Toronto: Show me the City!

With your guide, navigate your way through the 4th largest city in North America. Learn about some of the many great sites that can be found in the downtown core. First, meet your guide and group in the Entertainment District, home of many live theatres, restaurants, bars, nightclubs and concert halls. Venture down to the city’s waterfront. Take a short break at the waterfront, then head into the city's PATH system - known as an underground city stretching over 30km/20 miles in length that connects the many large skyscrapers above. Come back above ground through the BCE Place, designed by the Spanish Architect, Santiago Calatrava. Finally, go through the area known as Old Toronto, where many of the buildings are original to Toronto’s boom in the 19th century. Admire the architecture and the interesting Berczy Park Dog Fountain before continuing to the St. Lawrence Market. End your tour in the market and take advantage of the vendors, food, treats, meals, and goods inside.

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based on 341 reviews

Embarking on a cycle tour is a holiday tradition for me, and this one with Terence stands out as my absolute favorite. Terence, an exceptional tour guide, infused the experience with his extensive knowledge, making the tour engaging and interactive. The bikes provided were not only comfortable but also easy to ride, and the thoughtful inclusion of a helmet and a bottle of water added to the overall convenience. Terence went above and beyond, offering me extra gloves when my hands got cold and capturing stunning snapshots of our cycling adventure and landmarks. I highly recommend taking this tour, especially at the beginning of your holiday; it serves as an excellent orientation to navigate the city. Trust me, this cycling experience with Terence is a must for an unforgettable and immersive exploration of your destination.

A fabulous small group day at Niagara Falls. An exceptional guide who shared with us her passion for her city and her profession. Don't hesitate, if you want to visit Niagara Falls, this is the organization you should choose.

Nick is undoubtedly the finest local tour guide in Toronto! His in-depth knowledge of the city, infectious good humor, kindness, and wit truly made our experience exceptional. I wholeheartedly recommend him – 100% worth it!

Great tour bus. We visited all of the top attractions and the tour guides were very knowledgeable.

Cheryl🥰 was a very good tour guide. CN tower, Casa Loma and city tour was great🥰