Multicultural and diverse, Toronto prides itself on its unique neighborhoods. Each neighborhood offers something different, from the bohemian Kensington Market to the affluent, high-fashion area of Yorkville. This is one sightseeing tour you'll never forget!
With your 48-hour ticket, you can hop on and hop off at any of the 20 magnificent stops. At bus stop 7 you'll find Casa Loma, a grand Gothic style home built in the early 20th century. Go inside the museum to learn all about the history of this beautiful city. Another insightful attraction is the Bata Shoe Museum at bus stop 9. Another great place that is well worth a visit is Chinatown at bus stop 11 where the Canadian lifestyle meets Asian culture. There's an amazing buzz to the area! Here you'll find the Art Gallery of Ontario, the largest art gallery in America! If you're a sucker for sports then visit the Hockey Hall of Fame at bus stop 18; it's a museum dedicated to America's best ice hockey players and chance to explore Toronto's 14 islands and the Inner Harbour on a cruise With 360º views, catch the Wildlife Sanctuary, Toronto Island Marina and Forestry Island.The Harbourfront is another brilliant place to discover in Toronto, where you can enjoy beautiful views of the Lake Ontario.
Unlimited hop-on hop-off for 48 hours
Explore the best of Toronto at your own pace!
Passengers can join the tour at any of the tour stops along the route.
Bus Tour: The start point for the hop-on hop-off bus tour is Yonge Dundas Square.
Harbour & Islands Cruise: Harbourfront Centre's West Pier (stop 17 on the Red Line)