We miss you, and we can’t wait to welcome you back to Toronto!
In the meantime, if you’re looking for something to do at home – some of our favourite Toronto museums, galleries, and attractions can be visited virtually.
Spectacular views, high-end dining and the most thrilling entertainment in the city—the CN tower is more than a must-see attraction. It’s the quintessential Toronto experience. If you’re missing the views from the top, you can see a 360 panorama from the top of the tower – or, check out the live webcams at the top of the tower.
One of the few museums in the world focused on ceramics, the Gardiner houses approximately 4,000 objects, including European porcelain, ceramics from the ancient Americas, Chinese porcelain, Japanese porcelain and contemporary ceramics. Explore the rich history of ceramics and clay with their virtual tour available through Google Arts & Culture.
With a focus on the artistic diversity of Islamic civilizations, the Aga Khan Museum offers insights into aspects of culture that are shared by us all. Their new #MuseumWithoutWalls program allows you to experience the museum without leaving home.
One of the largest art museums in North America, and featuring a major expansion designed by Frank Gehry in 2008, the AGO boasts a permanent collection of nearly 95,000 works, ranging from cutting-edge contemporary art to European masterpieces. The AGO has launched AGO From Home – a whole new way to enjoy the gallery with videos of stories and experiences of artists. On top of that, you can view their collections online!
Missing hockey? At The Hockey Hall Of Fame you can explore the most complete collection of hockey memorabilia in the world – but the entire Legends of Hockey vault is available online for you to visit from home.
With four floors and over 5.7 million liters of water, the wonders of marine life are within your grasp in the underwater world of Ripley’s Aquarium. You can visit Rainbow Reef, Ray Bay and the Jellyfish without leaving your house with their live webcams!