We would like to invite you to consider discovering the beautiful cottage country and vineyards in Ontario, either before or after the conference in Toronto this June.
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Enjoy unforgetable views from the top of the town's landmark. Completed in 1976, it was the world's tallest free-standing structure and world's tallest tower at the time.
is the largest museum in Canada located north of Queen'S Park in the University of Toronto district. It holds more than six million items in forty galleries and is famous for its Art Deco.
is the second must for all art lovers with significant collections of Canadian art and lots of works from the Renaissance and the Baroque. Watch out for the latest exhibitions.
Ripley's Aquarium of Canada features aquatic exhibits including a spectacular walk-through tank. Opened in 2013 it's one of the younger Attractions of our city.