Landmarks in Toronto

What makes {0} such a traveler destination? A lot of things, and chief among them, the landmarks. Strikingly distinct, you'll want to check out the reasons why {0} lures travelers, and its signature landmarks are a good place to start. These are the spots refrigerator magnets were made for.

CN Tower

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301 Front St. W

Take a trip to the sky in one of the world's tallest free-standing structures...
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Rogers Centre

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1 Blue Jays Way

One of TO's major sporting destinations and architectural curiosities...
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Casa Loma

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1 Austin Terrace
(At Spadina)

A quirky tale and taste of Toronto's Edwardian heritage...
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Distillery Historic District

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55 Mill Street, Building 32
(At Cherry)

A cobblestone and brick arts and culture haven — with good food and great coffee!...
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Old City Hall

60 Queen St West
(at Bay St)

Now provincial court...
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New City Hall

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100 Queen St West
(at Bay Street)

Where the pols meet...
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Osgoode Hall

130 Queen St W
(At University)

Courtly mix of styles...
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Honest Ed's World Famous Shopping Centre

581 Bloor St. W

Honest Bargains...
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Yonge Street

Yonge Street
Queen's Quay West north to City Limits

The world's longest...
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Massey Hall

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178 Victoria St
(at Shuter Street)

Historic music venue with some of the best acoustics in the city...
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