The Hockey Hall of Fame
Situated in the Brookfield Place less than a mile from the Air Canada Centre, the Hockey Hall of Fame is a fun way to spend an afternoon. Visitors will enjoy this spacious museum that features many hockey exhibits, memorabilia and artifacts, displaying the likes of jerseys, photos, pucks, sticks and nets. Also, visitors can tour a replica dressing room, a broadcasting booth and theatre as well as browse the gift shop.
Located at the Harbour Front, the Westjet Stage is a large, outdoor amphitheatre that offers a venue for free concerts, films and festivals. In summer, visitors can enjoy the entertainment in a scenic location with fresh breezes coming from the nearby lake. In winter, visitors can enjoy ice-skating at this venue.
The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery
Also situated in the Harbour Front, the Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery is one of the area's most popular attractions. Here, visitors can easily spend hours ogling the various exhibits of both local and international art works. The art gallery also displays information about each of the artists whose work is displayed.
Less than a mile west of the Air Canada Centre, the CN Tower is one of the tallest structures in the world. A popular tourist attraction, the CN Tower offers visitors an elevator ride up to the observation deck to glimpse incredible views of the Toronto area. The tower also features a nice restaurant with revolving views of the city.
Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
As Canada's largest performing arts centre, the Sony Centre offers something for everyone. The centre presents a wide array of performances from musicals, dances, dramas, comedies, concerts and more.
St. Lawrence Market
Nearby the Air Canada Centre, visitors can spend time at Canada's oldest and largest farmers' market, the St. Lawrence Market. More than 200 years old, the market today is a complex of three buildings made up of the St. Lawrence Hall, the North Market and South Market. Visitors can shop this market for a little of everything from fresh produce to fish and baked goods to antiques.
Museum of Inuit Art
Situated in the Harbour Front, the Museum of Inuit Art features more than 600 works of art dedicated to Inuit art and culture. Visitors can admire the various art forms of paintings, drawings, ceramics, textiles and sculptures made from stone, bone, antler and ivory.