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Lugares emblemáticos en Toronto

Museos de arte

Museum
“The Royal Ontario Museum, known as the ROM, is one of Canada's premier museums, with an international reputation for excellence. It houses an outstanding collection, which covers natural history, art, and culture from a great variety of periods from all over the world. It is also well-known for featuring exhibitions from across the globe. A controversial expansion in 2007 saw the addition of the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal, a modern wing featuring glass and sharp angles, added on to a very traditional older building. It's now one of Toronto's most recognizable buildings. ”
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Galería de arte
“The renowned Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is one of the largest museums in North America. The collection of more than 95,000 pieces includes works from around the world, from European masterpieces to contemporary art, but also holds an impressive collection of Canadian Art, including a vast collection of works by the Group of Seven. A series of temporary exhibitions are mounted throughout the year. The AGO occupies a unique looking building, with a mix of older and modern architecture, on the west side of the city center. Next to the AGO is the hard to miss Ontario College of Art and Design, standing high above the street on stilts designed to look like pencils. ”
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Museum
“This museum gets mixed reviews, but I personally really enjoy it! It’s reasonably priced at 14$ and is a really good way to spend 1.5 hrs. ”
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Museo de arte
“Ceramics museum and gallery. They have affordable drop in pottery classes (around $15 on top of admission) if you want to test out the wheel! ”
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Museo de arte
“Fascinating art exhibits housed in a renovated aluminum factory. The first floor is free to explore. ”
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Museo de arte
“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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Museo de arte
“Displays on historic and ethnographic fabrics, plus contemporary art and interactive exhibits.”
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Edificio
“This is a sugar factory that also runs tours. It also runs tours about its history and the history of sugar... not my thing but may be yours.”
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Museos históricos

Museum
“The Royal Ontario Museum, known as the ROM, is one of Canada's premier museums, with an international reputation for excellence. It houses an outstanding collection, which covers natural history, art, and culture from a great variety of periods from all over the world. It is also well-known for featuring exhibitions from across the globe. A controversial expansion in 2007 saw the addition of the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal, a modern wing featuring glass and sharp angles, added on to a very traditional older building. It's now one of Toronto's most recognizable buildings. ”
  • Recomendado por 679 personas locales
Museum
“Great place for hockey history - as well as the place where you can see the Stanley Cup (if it is in residence at the time)! ”
  • Recomendado por 148 personas locales
Museum
“This museum gets mixed reviews, but I personally really enjoy it! It’s reasonably priced at 14$ and is a really good way to spend 1.5 hrs. ”
  • Recomendado por 121 personas locales
History Museum
“Islamic & Iranian art museum & cultural center. Free on Wednesdays from 4-8PM ”
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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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History Museum
“Learn about Canada's famous railway history at this nearby outdoor museum. ”
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History Museum
“Built in 1851, Gibson House, was the home of David Gibson, a Scottish immigrant. It is one of 10 historic sites operated by the City of Toronto. The museum holds special events year-round and the site also features a heritage vegetable garden and gallery. There are several interpretive tours and special seasonal events relating to mid-19th-century life to give you a closer look and better understanding of how evolution of North York evolved from 19th century.”
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History Museum
“Scarborough Museum is set along the walking trails of beautiful Thomson Memorial Park, once the farm fields of Scarborough’s first settlers and now a popular heritage community. ”
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Miradores panorámicos

Monumento / lugar emblemático
“We recommend going to the revolving restaurant for lunch to take in the views over Toronto while you eat.”
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Monumento / lugar emblemático
“Toronto's famous landmark, the 553-meter CN Tower, is one of the city's must see attractions and also the most impossible to miss. Towering above the downtown, this Canadian icon can be seen from almost everywhere in the city. You have the option of simply appreciating the building from the ground, or taking a trip up to one of the observation areas or restaurants for fabulous views over the city and Lake Ontario. The CN Tower, built between 1972 and 1976, was once the tallest freestanding structure in the world, but has long since been surpassed. The highest viewing area on the CN Tower is from the Sky Pod at 447 meters above the city, with views that, on clear days, extend to Niagara Falls and New York State. To get here requires taking two elevators. Below this, at the top of the main elevator is the LookOut level at 346 meters, with floor-to-ceiling windows and the new Glass Floor, which looks down to the original Glass Floor, one floor below, where the Outdoor Sky Terrace is located. As the name suggests, the Glass Floor offers a bird's-eye view directly down over the city. For those looking for a little more adventure, or perhaps a lot more adventure, there is the "Edge Walk." This involves a hands-free walk on a 1.5-meter-wide ledge around the outside edge of the main pod, at an elevation of 365 meters. Participants are attached to a safety harness and rope. Located at 351 meters is the revolving 360 Restaurant, featuring fine dining and some of the best views from a table anywhere in Toronto. 360 is open for lunch and dinner, and visitors who dine here also receive complimentary access to the LookOut and Glass Floor levels of the tower. ”
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Parque
“Good for a summer picnic with friends and family, a beautiful park with nice view of the lake”
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Monumento / lugar emblemático
“This is a restaurant where you can go for any event but especially if you wish to great the right romantic experience. The views were amazing and you didn't feel rushed. Highly recommend, especially in good weather. P/s: try to book reservation online if possible”
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Mirador
“About a 2km Walk down the waterfront trail. Walk down to lakeshore Crosslake sure and stay to the right of RBC fall the trail to the left and you’ll end up at the Humber Bay Arch Bridge ”
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Monumento / lugar emblemático
“Only a 10 min subway ride from Bloor station to Union and you can walk to our famous CN Tower. ”
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Parque
“The Bluffs are one of the seven wonders of Ontario and are only 15 minutes away. There is a beach and miles of hiking trails along the shore line.”
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Monumento / lugar emblemático
“google the CN Tower Edge to reserve a spot and see what the attraction is all about. Hang on a rope on the tallest tower in Toronto enjoying breathtaking 360degree city views.”
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Sitios históricos

Sitio histórico
“The Evergreen Brick Works is Canada’s first large-scale community environmental centre. Located in the Don Valley, the site consists of 16 buildings, including a 4,181 square metre educational and administrative building along with a 16.5 hectare park and natural heritage area created from the quarry that supplied the clay for the Brick Works - developed in the mid-1990s.”
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Castillo
“Casa Loma (Spanish for "Hill House") is a Gothic Revival style mansion and garden in midtown Toronto that is now a historic house museum.”
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Sitio histórico
“Fort York Armoury is a Canadian Forces facility located near the grounds of the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located at the intersection of Fleet Street and Fort York Blvd, close to the historic Fort York site in the neighbourhood of Fort York.”
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Sitio histórico
“Step into Canada’s past and explore an authentically re-created 1860’s Ontario country village. Enjoy more than 40 restored homes, tradeshops, public and farm buildings, interpreters and artisans in period dress, special events, programs and demonstrations, country dining, unique shopping and village made crafts. Come visit our Black Creek Historic Brewery for a taste of beer brewed the 1860’s way. We offer affordable Tour Packages, Senior’s Tea and Tour Packages, Group Brewery Tours, Team Building activities as well as Birthday Parties. Open daily, May 1 to Dec 23. Call for hours.”
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Estación de tren
“This historic Train station is worth a quick visit if you are into that type of thing! ”
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Sitio histórico
“Fort York is a historic site of military fortifications and related buildings located in the Fort York neighbourhood, west of downtown Toronto. The fort was built by the British Army and Canadian militia troops in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, to defend the settlement and the new capital of the Upper Canada region from the threat of a military attack, principally from the newly independent United States. It was designated a National Historic Site in 1923. The City of Toronto designated the site, along with the nearby Fort York Armoury, as a Heritage Conservation District in 1985.”
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Monumento / lugar emblemático
“Near the old Court House and of course in winter -- skate away. New Year Eve celebration.”
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Sitio histórico
“There are many locations in the city, but this location is definitely worth a visit while in the Distillery District! As featured on the TV show Dragon's Den.”
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Bibliotecas

Library
“Research books about the history of Toronto or use the computers for free by signing up as a guest.”
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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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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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Library
“Beautiful architecture. Restored old with modern addition. Great children's section as well.”
  • Recomendado por 23 personas locales
Library
“A big library for you if you want to somewhere to read book, or work or study.”
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Library
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Library
“The outside of this University of Toronto library is shaped like a turkey - yes, really!”
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Library
“One of the oldest and most beautiful public libraries located in a beautiful park.”
  • Recomendado por 8 personas locales