Top Unique Fun Things to Do In Toronto

Toronto, the city, welcomes you. It's a vibrant city with a core of soaring skyscrapers; Toronto boasts various green places, from the ordered circle of Queen's Park to the 400-acre High Park with its trails, sports facilities, and zoo; let's not forget those hidden cafes and tucked away bars.

Here's a taste and exploration of Toronto, as well as some items to add to that bucket list you've wanted to tick off as this isn't the everyday normal travel guide. This takes you to the places you would miss!

Visit The Crazy Doll House in Leslieville

The home is located in the Leslieville neighbourhood of Toronto, not far from the Harbourfront. It was more industrial in the past, with streets lined with single-family dwellings that initially housed the local workforce. The majority of them have tiny, well-kept gardens in front, but one stands out from the others.

Take the Stairs to the CN Tower

The world's most prominent metal staircase is housed in one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. At sunset, you'll be able to see a magnificent orange glow cover the whole city from the CN Tower. If you're searching for a good view, this is one of the top things to do in Toronto. A sure stop of!

Visit The Monkey's Paw Book Shop

The Monkey's Paw in Toronto is a book collector's fantasy, including the world's first "Biblio-Mat," a random book vending machine. They include books that you may not have considered looking for, ranging from history to fiction—even antique newspapers.

A wine-tasting trip of the Niagara Peninsula

Get a bit outside, enjoy a leisurely bike ride through the tranquil trails and vineyards of Niagara-on-the-Lake—routes that a bus tour would not be able to take you along. Visit several wineries to sample some of the region's best wines, including Ontario ice wine. Possibly one of Ontario's most well-known tipples...Wine on ice! This highly sweet wine is quite close to a dessert wine. If you have a sweet tooth, I'm fairly confident you'll enjoy it. Keep this beverage in mind the next time you have guests around, or even if you're simply playing online slots.

Visit a Themed Store, Bar, or Restaurant.

In Toronto, there are several themed businesses, pubs, and restaurants. Such as the Lockhart (a Harry Potter-themed pub) and Curiosa (a Harry Potter themed speciality shop). There was also a Tiki-themed restaurant (The Shameful Tiki Room). Also, the famous SPiN – a Ping Pong Bar, with DJ booths, bars, light bite street-style foods.

From museums, bars, restaurants, tours, you name it, time flies, so make sure you get your guides ready because once you arrive, you will be spoilt for choice. 

Throughout the year, there are numerous activities and things to do in Toronto.