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Escape To Toronto This Fall

It's time to plan your fall escape to Toronto. From dining on one of the city's bustling rooftop patios to cheering on the Jays at Rogers Centre, an escape to Toronto offers experiences you won't find anywhere else. You can stay and play for one low price at some of the city's hotels offering accommodations with discounts to popular attractions. Start planning your Toronto fall getaway at


Don't miss the Toronto Zoo's latest attraction that opened this summer, a new zip line ride "Tundra Air" which offers an exhilarating and memorable experience where visitors can soar over the Zoo's award winning Tundra Trek. It is the only zip line in which you can ride forwards or backwards in tandem. Promising fun for all ages, this ride gives you a different view of the Tundra animals including arctic wolves, polar bears and caribou. Don't forget to see the Zoo's newest additions: Humphrey, Er Shun and Da Mao! Humphrey, the four-month-old polar bear cub joined the Zoo's three adult bears on exhibit in the Tundra Trek. Er Shun and Da Mao are the Giant Chinese Pandas who made their long-awaited arrival late last year. The pandas live in the new, state-of-the-art Panda Interpretive Centre. 

 The CN Tower's popular EdgeWalk, considered the "Highest External Walk on a Building" by the Guinness World Record, is open to those who want to live on the edge. A Family Pass is also available and offers general admission access to the world famous Glass Floor, outdoor SkyTerrace or Himalamazon, in their motion theater ride. To finish off your CN Tower experience, enjoy the delicious summer menu at 360 Restaurant - one of Toronto's finest restaurants with its outstanding revolving view of Toronto.

Since June at the Ontario Science Centre, visitors can experience science in the key of rock! You can learn about the science behind rock 'n' roll. How has technology shaped this multi-billion dollar industry? How can performers bring hundreds of thousands of screaming fans to their feet? What physiological effects does rock have on our brain and body? The Science of Rock 'N' Roll is an interactive exhibition that provides a fresh look at the history of rock from the perspective of science and technology.

The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) has much to offer any art lover, including their latest exhibits, Francis Bacon and Henry Moore: Terror and Beauty. The AGO brings together two giants of 20th- century British art in a major exhibition that features more than 130 artworks, including paintings, sculptures, drawings, photographs and archival materials. Visitors can also see more than 100 works by Toronto-born Alex Colville, marking it the largest exhibition of the late artist's work to date. The exhibition will honor Colville's legacy and explore the continuing impact of his work from the perspectives of several prominent popular culture figures from film, literature and music.

The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) offers the chance to see The Forbidden City. For over 500 years, the gates of the world's largest imperial palace were closed to all but the emperor, his family and servants. This stunning new exhibition invites you to cross the threshold to see over 200 national treasures from Beijing's Palace Museum - some traveling outside China for the first time.  

At LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Toronto guests can discover what they can build in the Model Builder Academy, reach out in the 4D cinema, or experience over 3 million bricks under one roof, and see Toronto's iconic attractions made out of LEGO in MINILAND.