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Parks & nature in Toronto

Monument / Landmark
“We recommend going to the revolving restaurant for lunch to take in the views over Toronto while you eat.”
471 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“At a height of 553.33 m (1,815 ft., 5 in), the CN Tower is Canada’s National Tower, an engineering Wonder, award-winning dining & entertainment destination, and Toronto’s “must-see” for over 4 decades. Rocket to the top in a thrilling 58 second ride aboard glass fronted elevators. Spectacular views overlooking up to 160km (100 miles) from 3 observation levels including, the LookOut Level with floor-to-ceiling panoramic Window Walls, the world famous Glass Floor including Outdoor SkyTerrace and SkyPod, the highest of them all. Experience the thrilling EdgeWalk, the World’s Highest Outdoor Walk on a Building. Enjoy award-winning Canadian cuisine and breathtaking revolving views at 360 Restaurant, the perfect place for entertaining or celebrating. Plus, visual displays and exhibits on the history of the CN Tower, KidZone play area and unique Canadian artisan and souvenir shopping in the Gift Shop. Don’t miss the architectural illumination of the Tower each night from dusk to dawn.”
611 locals recommend
Park
“Toronto's largest park. It's a great place to go for a walk, bring a dog, or relax in nature! ”
496 locals recommend
Park
“take a break from the city,5 minute ferry ride,see great views of the Toronto skyline”
451 locals recommend
Park
“Not as big as high park, can get there by taking the Dundas streetcar (East). A cool hangout for hippies, hipsters and families. Much more busy than High Park. Fun place to hang out. ”
405 locals recommend
Beach
“The best place for a view of the Toronto skyline. Head to the waterfront and hop on Tiki Taxi Toronto's Premier Water Taxi Service for $10 Adult $5 for Kids and you will be on the island in a matter of minutes.”
132 locals recommend
Park
“Features six greenhouses comprising over 16,000 square feet of colourful seasonal plants which supplement the permanent plant collection. ”
134 locals recommend
Beach
“Woodbine Beach is the largest of the four beaches in the Beaches in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Located along Lake Shore Boulevard at the foot of Woodbine Avenue, it is next to Ashbridge's Bay and Kew-Balmy Beach. Wikipedia ”
117 locals recommend
Park
“One of the loveliest sky lines and walks leading to avenue and bloor. Stop and have an ice cream or enjoy little Korea for fruits and other treats ”
125 locals recommend
Farm
“An authentic 1850's farm in downtown Toronto. Get in touch with Canada's rural heritage at the farm located on the eastern edge of Cabbagetown. It's free and there is a farmers market every Tuesday!”
135 locals recommend
Park
“To the west is Dufferin Grove! A hit with the kids with an adventure playground. Thursday farmers markets (May through September), wading pool, lots to do 👍”
116 locals recommend
Beach
“beautiful sandy beach in Toronto core downtown with pink umbrellas , great for Instagram snaps : ) ”
86 locals recommend
Park
“Very nice place on Lake Ontario, little further from downtown. If you have a car, it's definitely worth to visit. ”
56 locals recommend
Park
“VIEWS from the 6 don’t get better than this. Find the pedestrian bridges that run across the DVP to the west Riverdale park / Riverdale farm. Thank me later. ”
107 locals recommend
Zoo
“The Toronto Zoo is a zoo located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Encompassing 287 hectares, the Toronto Zoo is the largest zoo in Canada. It is divided into seven zoogeographic regions: Indo-Malaya, Africa, Americas, Tundra Trek, Australasia, Eurasia, and the Canadian Domain”
32 locals recommend
Beach
“Located on the north shore of the Outer Harbour at the foot of Cherry Street. The park features dog off-leash area, ample parking is located on the Martin Goodman Trail and receives TTC bus service during the summer season. The west side of the beach is popular with kite boarders.”
69 locals recommend