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Toronto: The Urban City


Toronto: The Urban City


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Destination: TorontoType: EducationalSubject: General, History, Geography, Art, Languages, Science

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Toronto is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world, and our itineraries focus on students experiencing all this city has to offer. Toronto's history is a fascinating journey from its origins as "Muddy York" to the eclectic and multicultural city it is today. From exploring at the Ontario Science Centre or the Royal Ontario Musuem to walking through Kensington Market to taking in a Blue Jays game, there is something for everyone in this city.


  • Hockey Hall of Fame
  • CN Tower - Observatory Visit
  • Royal Ontario Museum
  • Ontario Science Centre

Day 1

Board your motor coach and depart.

Visit the Hockey Hall of Fame

More than simply a standard sports museum, the Hall offers fans of all ages a vibrant, entertaining, and interactive journey through the "coolest game on earth".


Visit Ripley's Aquarium

Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada will be a 135,000 square feet world-class family attraction with more than 1.5 million gallons of water depicting marine and freshwater habitats from around the world.

Full Dinner

CN Tower - Observatory Visit

Ride the elevator 342 m (1,122 ft) to the observation deck of the CN Tower. Enjoy the awe-inspiring views of the city and walk across the glass floor.

Night Security

Day 2

Full Breakfast

Graffiti in Toronto Tour

Follow your energetic Tour Guys' guide with a background in art through back alleys and lane ways to see where the city's best graffiti artists leave their mark. Along the way, the guide will discuss the history of modern graffiti and leave the group better educated on this often misunderstood art form. NOTE: Meet your guide at the painted "Hug Tree" on Queen Street West one block east of Spadina.

Explore Kensington Market & Chinatown

Two of the most culturally diverse areas of Toronto, these colorful side-by-side neighborhoods are full of street-side vendors and vintage clothing shops.


Guided Tour at the Ontario Legislature

Explore over a century of history inside the Ontario Legislative Building at Queen's Park.

Royal Ontario Museum - Exhibit Lesson "Exploring the ROM"

Students will explore the ROM's diverse collections with a museum teacher. Collections could include Ancient Civilizations, Arms and Armour, and the diversity of the natural world.

Buffet dinner at Joe Badali's Restaurant

Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Game

Catch the American League East Champion Toronto Blue Jays play at the Rogers Centre. Subject to schedule and availability.

Night Security

Day 3

Full Breakfast

Visit the Ontario Science Centre

The Ontario Science Centre's amazing, fun, and surprising exhibitions allow groups to explore, learn, and understand through a variety of hands on, interactive activities.



Explore Toronto Eaton Centre

Stretching two full city blocks and considered Toronto's #1 tourist attraction, the Eaton Centre offers a true shopping experience. With over 250 retailers, it is hard to leave empty handed.


Guided Tour at Historic Fort York

Tour Old Fort York, the birthplace of modern Toronto, and discover the role and function of the Fort and its inhabitants during the War of 1812.  

Board your motor coach and depart for home