Founded in 1900 by a group of private citizens as the Art Museum of Toronto, the Art Gallery of Ontario is one of the largest art museums in North America. The AGO expanded its facility in 2008 with an innovative architectural design by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry.
One of the largest museums in North America, the Royal Ontario Museum contains thousands of artefacts and specimens. Featured subjects include dinosaurs, Ancient China, medieval Europe, art deco, ancient Egypt, textiles, India, and Pacific islanders.
Whether it’s the adventure of discovering iconic landmarks or the thrill of a world-class theme park Shangri-La’s curated experiences of attractions get you out of your comfort zone and into the realm of unforgettable travel memories.
Recently nominated one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World, the CN Tower features glass floor observation decks, a revolving restaurant, and a Simulator Theatre.
It is Toronto's recognizable landmark and receives nearly two million visitors annually.
The heart of this waterfront is the award-winning Harbourfront Centre - the site of art galleries, theatres, boutiques restaurants, and marinas fronted by a waterside promenade.
Harbourfront Centre attracts approximately 12 million visitors every year.
Toronto is the largest city in Canada and the 4th largest in North America. It is the capital of the province of Ontario and is situated on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario, forming part of the border between Canada and the United States. While English is widely spoken, the city is home to over 100 different langauges from Mandarin to Tamil, Italian and Farsi.
Approximately 90 minutes from Toronto is the majestic Niagara Falls. This thriving tourist hotspot attracts thrill-seekers and romantics alike.
Home to the large no-car urban community in North America, Toronto Islands are a popular recreational area for bicycling, rollerblading, beach volleyball and beautiful views of Toronto.
If your holiday isn’t complete without a little retail therapy, Shangri-La has you covered. We’ve scoured Toronto to find the best shopping experiences, from high-end boutiques to the high street, hidden gems at one-of-one shoppes, private ateliers and bustling markets.
Recognized internationally as one of the ten shopping destinations, Bloor-Yorkville is often compared to other acclaimed shopping streets such as Fifth Avenue in New York, Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles, and Chicago’s Magnificent Mile. Bloor Street is Canada’s fashion Mecca.
Eaton Centre is a large shopping mall and office complex in downtown Toronto named after the now-defunct Eaton's department store chain that once anchored it. This is Toronto's tourist attraction, with around one million visitors per week.
Adjacent to the Toronto Eaton Centre is Dundas Square – the busy intersection in Canada.