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Tutustu alueeseen Toronto

Best things to do in Toronto

Library
“Research books about the history of Toronto or use the computers for free by signing up as a guest.”
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Taidegalleria
“The McMichael Canadian Art Collection is an art gallery in Kleinburg, Ontario, Canada, northwest of Toronto. It houses an extensive collection of paintings by Tom Thomson, the Group of Seven and their contemporaries, and First Nations and Inuit artists.”
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Taidegalleria
“A free public art gallery that always has cutting-edge contemporary exhibitions, in a unique building that used to be an actual power plant. It's next to the Harbourfront Centre - a really lively creative centre with markets, free outdoor concerts, family programming, theatres, dance performances, an art gallery, and craft studios you can visit.”
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Taidegalleria
“This amazing building is a converted industrial space that is full of art galleries, some nice stores, art+ design offices, and cafes. It's a creative hub downtown and worth wandering through to see the various galleries and artist-run centres. Best to avoid on a Monday/Tuesday when many of the galleries are closed.”
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Taidegalleria
“A local and well-known Canadian institution, Mercer Union is one of the oldest Artist-Run-Centres in Canada. It's free to visit.”
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College Academic Building
“Amazing building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Worth a visit and close to Queen St. W. ”
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Library
“Very unique part of Toronto. The Beaches has just that, Beaches. This is to be enjoyed in the summer time of course. Beach Volley Ball and swimming are popular here. ”
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History Museum
“Historic house with awesome setting and decor to enjoy the antiques of the 1800's ”
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Tapahtumatila
“It's nearby - at the Wychwood Barns, every Saturday morning, and it's crammed with local delicacies. Plus there's an awesome playground for the kids. ”
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Library
“Beautiful architecture. Restored old with modern addition. Great children's section as well.”
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Library
“A big library for you if you want to somewhere to read book, or work or study.”
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Library
“Nicest and newest library in the city with striking design, to sit in and relax with a book or work. It's all glass allowing plenty of natural light in. While not too big it is also not too busy, and any spot you find will give you a nice view of the outside.”
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Kahvila
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“Meat is the focus of the mostly Argentinean menu at this rustic restaurant with a back garden.”
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“Flying Pony is our go - to for chocolate croissants and coffee! Delicious treats all made on the premises and a rotating gallery of art on the walls. You can sit at the communal table or lounge on the couch or have one of the cozy tables for two.”
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Zoo
“Reptilia is Canada's largest indoor reptile zoo, with 15,000 square feet of indoor exhibits featuring over 250 reptiles, amphibians and arachnids. It is located in Vaughan, Ontario”
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Taidemuseo
“From BlogTO: MOCA is a permanent home for contemporary art right here in Canada’s largest city. It’s now housed in what used to be an old aluminum factory, five times the size of the previous West Queen West space. The first floor is always free and open to the public, though admission to the entire museum is $10 for adults, $5 for students and seniors and if you’re under 18, it’s free.”
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