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The CN Tower is recognized by theGuinness Book of World Records as the World's Tallest Buildingstanding over1800 feet tall. Each year over two million visitors take theelevator ride to the top of the world. For the ultimate thrill onceyou have reached the top, walk across the see-through glass floor.The CN Tower has a revolving restaurant at the top of the tower.Every 72 minutes the floor moves in a 360-degree rotation offeringguests a complete and unobstructed view of the city. The CN Towerhas earned several prestigious titles and is considered as one ofthe Seven Wonders of the Modern World.
|Toronto offers several skiareas making it perfect for a daytrip. Many of the skiresorts offer lessons and ski rentals. Canada offers worldclass skiing and snowboarding, receiving huge amounts ofsnow. Anyone seeking awesome powder, deep snow, breathtakingterrain should plan a ski trip to Canada. Many of the skiresorts offer state of the art ski lifts to minimize youwait time in line giving you more time to enjoy thefantastic skiing or snowboarding of Canada.|
If Toronto is your next vacation destination, then you definitelyhave to check out some of these attractions and sites:
CN Tower GlassFloor Elevator Ride
Take a thrilling ride on the new six glass-frontedelevators. As you descend straight down 1,136 feet, a portion ofthe elevator floor has two glass panels. The elevator travels at15mph taking you to the top of its glass fronted elevator shaft.The Tower ride offers breathtaking views of the city. The CNTower and Glass Floor Elevator Ride is a must see when you arein Toronto.
Is the largest museum and research facility in Canada. TheRoyal Museum is home to more than six million pieces of art,archaeology and natural science. Exhibits featured at the museumdinosaur bones, bats and a Ming tomb in the Chinese artand antiquities collection. The Discovery Gallery was createdfor children offering hands-on displays. The Royal Museumfeatures an intricate Venetian glass ceiling representing themyriad cultures.
The Royal Botanical Gardens opened to the public in 1932.The Royal Botanical Gardens features 300 acres of colorfulgardens and 2,400 acres of wilderness stretching to the westerntip of Lake Ontario. The garden is home to 8,000 different kindsof plants highlights of the Botanical Garden include the worldslargest collection of lilacs, 3,000 rose bushes, 250,000blooming iris, 100,000 spring flowering bulbs and 30 miles ofnature trails.
Bata Shoe Museum
The Famous Bata Shoe Museum is North America's largest shoemuseum housed in Richard Moriyama's award- winning,spacious, five-story building. The collection offers over 10,000artifacts spanning 4,500 years. Shoes on display are fromMarilyn Monroe, Elton John, Elvis Presley, Imelda Marcos andGinger Spice.
This grand castle estate was the home of financier Sir HenryPellatt. At Casa Loma visitors can tour 98 richly decoratedrooms, towers, secret passages and an 800-foot tunnel whichconnects the castle to the enormous stables. Located outside youwill see a five acre estates with beautiful gardens, sculpturesand water fountains.
Ontario Place is home to family entertainment and leisurewith its several fun filled complexes. Located on Lake Ontariowaterfront offering a multitude of land and waterattractions for all ages. Some of the popular attractions ofOntario Place include: IMAX theatre, children's Village for 12years and under, bumper boats, miniature golf, pedal boats andmuch more. Ontario Place offers several restaurants sure toplease every taste bud, including a fabulous German restaurant.