Things To Do In Ontario
Explore attractions in the multicultural province of Ontario
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Adventure Activities Ontario
Canada’s capital Ottawa and also the most important city of Toronto are both located in the Ontario province. Another reason why Ontario is very important is that it borders all the five great lakes as well as important American states like Minnesota, Michigan and New York. Ontario contributes the most to Canadian tourism, sharing a part of it with Vancouver. There are endless things to do in Ontario, which might change depending on which season you are visiting the place.
Shopping in Ontario
Shopping is one of the chief activities in Ontario. Among malls and shopping centers, there is Scarborough Town Centre, Kensington Market, China Town Market, and Vaughan Mills are the best places to go around in Toronto. In Richmond Hills, it is Hillcrest Mall, and in Ottawa, ByWard Market and Sparks Street are the most frequented ones.
Nightlife in Ontario
Nightlife in Ontario is just as fun as the day. From seeing Niagara Falls in its night-time rainbow colors to trying out lady luck in one of the many casinos, to enjoying an exotic dinner at China Town, to soaking in the sizzling nightclubs and bars – summer activities in Ontario is incomplete without night-time fun. Toronto’s Entertainment District, Little Italy area and Ossington Strip, and Ottawa’s Preston Street are some of the best places to spend the night till dawn.
Here are some more of the best things to do and see in Ontario.
1. Go down the heart of Niagara Falls
While Niagara Falls from the outside is breathtakingly majestic beautiful, one can only imagine what it could feel like from behind those gigantic sheets of water. There are tunnels to take you behind the falls and then behind the giant central wall of waters, complete with the rumbling noise and sprays of ice cold water on your face.
2. View from the CN Tower, Toronto
CN Tower, at 553 meters, has one of the best observational decks – Sky Deck and a floor-to-ceiling view of the city of Toronto at LookOut level. To indulge in some adventure at the third highest free-standing tower in the world, you can take part in the Edge Walk around the outer ledge of the building as well. It is one of the most exciting things to visit in Ontario.
3. Day trip to Lake Superior
Lake Superior is the largest lake among the great five. A one-day trip from Toronto around Lake Superior features scenic drives along the Trans-Canada 7 route. The St Lawrence Seaway between Superior and Huron and Lake Superior Provincial Park are two main attractions here.
4. Cruising within the Thousand Islands
There are actually more than thousand small islands grouped together on St Lawrence River, which are perfect locations for boating, fishing, swimming, scuba diving, and cruising. Kayaks and cruises are available from Kingston. One must remember to keep their passport with them while touring the Thousand Islands, since the area borders the US.
5. Cross-country skiing
Although winters are cold and crispy, it does not mean Ontario get boring. There are a number of cross-country skiing clubs in Ontario, especially near the Algonquin Provincial Park, who have routes of different distance and difficulties for you to participate. Gliding over the sparkling white snow, amidst the wilderness is one of the best Ontario Canada activities in winter that one can think of.
Art Gallery In Ontario
The Art Gallery of Ontario, Canada, is a famous art museum with a collection spanning 95,000 works from the first century till the present day. It has been lauded with having the largest area of 45,000 square meters making it one of the largest galleries in North America. The Art Gallery Ontario’s collection includes the la...
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Bruce Peninsula National Park In Ontario
Bruce peninsula national park, Canada holds the Niagara Escarpment, a huge forested ridge which runs through southern Ontario. Alongside that, The Grotto is a limestone cave overlooking Georgian Bay’s clear waters, Cliffs frame the beach at nearby Indian Head Cove, Singing Sands Beach, on Lake Huron, has shallow waters wit...
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Fern's 5 days trip to ontarioHotel at Montreal was far away from city No transport was arranged as per Ittinerary. Had breakfast for only two in Toronto though we were three persons Laurentine mountains and Quebec city
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The months from May to September, when there is summer in the country, is the best time to visit Ontario.
Yes, there are multiple roadways to Ontario from all the three states it shares a border with. The best one is the NYC-Buffalo-Toronto route.
Ontario is in Canada, and thus Canadian Dollar is the regulated currency.
Housing around 13 airports, some of the airports of this amazing place in Canada are: John C Munro International Airport, London Airport, Ottawa International Airport, and more.
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