Toronto Hop-On Hop-Off City Tour

  • Tour code: 745-614
  • Available: Daily (except Dec 24, 25, 26, 31 & Jan 01)
  • Depart from: Toronto, Canada
  • Duration: 2 Hours
From USD$34.01

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Visit Toronto (Bata Shoe Museum, Casa Loma, Chinatown, CN Tower, Distillery District, Entertainment District, Harbourfront Centre, Hockey Hall of Fame, Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, Rogers Centre, Royal Ontario Museum, St. Lawrence Market, Toronto Harbor Boat Tour, Yorkville).

Special Remarks:

  • Hop aboard a London Style Double Decker Bus or Trolley
  • Stop at or near all major attractions in Toronto
  • Complimentary boat tour included (seasonal)

Pricing Details

  • Child prices apply to those aged 3 - 12 years. Children under 2 years old is free to take this tour when accompanied by an adult and can not occupy any seat.

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    Toronto Hop-On/Off
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Day 1 Toronto Hop-On/Off

Hop aboard a London-style double-decker bus or trolley to see all the major attractions in Toronto! Join the tour at any of our scheduled stops at featured attractions and then hop on and off all day as you please! The ticket will be valid for 48 hours and also includes a complimentary boat tour (seasonal). All the stops will be as following:
  • Yonge & Dundas Square: East side of Yonge, south of Dundas, In front of the information booth
  • Yonge & Carlton: East side of Yonge, south of Carlton 439 Yonge Street
  • Yonge & Wellesley: East side of Yonge, South Wellesley, In front of Tim Hortons
  • Yonge & Isabella: East side of Yonge, south of Isabella, In front of 637 Yonge Street
  • Yonge & Bloor: East side of Yonge, north of Bloor, In front of Jack Astor Restaurant
  • Park Hyatt / Yorkville: In front of the Park Hyatt Hotel
  • Casa Loma: East side of Kendal, south of Davenport, In front of the George Brown College building
  • Spadina & Bloor / The Annex: West side of Spadina, north of Bloor, In front of the entrance to the Spadina Subway Station
  • Bata Shoe Museum: Southwest corner of Bloor and St. George, In front of the Bata Shoe Museum
  • ROM / Gardiner: South side of Bloor, just west of Avenue Road, Across from Gabby's Bar and Grill
  • AGO / Chinatown / Kensington Market: West side of McCaul just south of Dundas, In front of the McCaul entrance to the AGO
  • Scotiabank Theatre: West side of John, south of Richmond, In front of the Milestone Restaurant
  • King & John / Bell Light Box: West side of John, south of King, Next to the Second Cup Coffee Shop
  • CN Towner North / Metro Convention Centre: Southside of Front, east of John, In front of the Second Cup Coffee Shop
  • Union Station / 123 Front Street: South of Front between Lower Simcoe and York, In front of the Starbucks Coffee Shop
  • CN Tower South / Ripley's Aquarium / Roger Centre: North side of Bremner between Rogers Centre and CN Tower, In front of the fountain sculpture called "Salmon Run"
  • Radisson Hotel / Harbourfront: 249 Queens Quay West, Stop of the seasonal boat tour.
  • Sony Centre / Hockey Hall of Fame: South of Front, east of Yonge, In front of the Sony Centre
  • St. Lawrence Market: Southwest corner of Front and Jarvis, East of the St. Lawrence Market's main doors
  • Distillery Historic District: Southwest corner of Mill and Trinity, West of the security booth at the main gate

Perched on the shores of beautiful Lake Ontario, this historic city combines modern innovation with traditional Canadian culture and style.

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    This century-old Gothic-style house in Toronto was originally the home of financier Sir Henry Mill Pellatt. Today, it serves as a museum that showcases the history of life in Toronto and what life was like in the early 1900s.
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    One of the largest Chinatowns in North America is located in downtown Toronto, Ontario. Toronto contains several Chinatowns. This one is the oldest, dating back to the 1870s, and the historical area features many authentic groceries, restaurants, and shops.
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    Most recognizable landmark and the tallest building in Canada. Enjoy panoramic views through glass floor observation decks and see why this structure was recently nominated one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World.
    Duration: 30 Minutes to 1 Hour
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    If it is considered footwear, it can probably be found in this museum, as they collect items from around the world and preserve them, so visitors can learn interesting facts about what they put on their feet.
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    This historic district was once the center of Toronto's alcohol production industry. Nowadays, the area gets lit up at night and serves as one of the city's most prominent entertainment districts, and visitors can walk the brick-paved streets.
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    This facility was opened in 1972 to act as a cultural organization for the city of Toronto. It is one of the primary locations for event hosting in the city. The center hosts over 4,000 events each year.
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    This museum in Toronto is dedicated to celebrating the best players, coaches, and other individuals and teams who greatly contributed to the rise of hockey as a major sport in North America. Here, visitors can see the Stanley Cup trophy.
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    One of the largest museums in North America, the Royal Ontario is dedicated to providing insightful information about world cultures and natural history. There are galleries exhibiting to archaeology, fossils, and the cosmos.
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    This market is full of vendors who sell all kinds of foodstuffs: meats, fresh fruits and vegetables, cheeses. On one of the upper floors, there is a cooking school for anyone who wishes to utilize those quality ingredients.
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    Once a small village, Yorkville was annexed by the city of Toronto in the mid-1800s. Now the historic area is home to many upscale stores from top-of-the-line brand names, like Calvin Klein, Bulgari, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, and Ferrari.
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    This district of downtown Toronto was once the city's Garment District, but with the arrival of many nightclubs and the conversion of abandoned factories to lofts and condos, this area was transformed to one of Toronto's most exciting!
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    Sail into Toronto Harbor in Lake Ontario to see the city from a unique perspective. You will receive information and interesting details about some of the city's most notable landmarks.
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    Just south of the CN Tower in Toronto, you will find Ripley's Aquarium, opened in 2013. It is divided into nine galleries, each themed after a specific marine environment, showcasing the diverse animals that live in each.
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    Rogers Center, home of the Toronto Blue Jays, is a stadium in Toronto, Ontario next to the famous CN Tower on the shores of the Great Lake Ontario. It originally opened in 1989 as the "Sky Dome."





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