Toronto is a true cosmopolitan city, with a multitude of cultures and languages represented throughout the various neighborhoods.  In addition, there are not shortage of activities to explore, from Canada’s Wonderland to the city zoo or any number of the museums and varied dining options.  Student groups can also look to take a leisurely walk along the pathways along the Harbourfront, which overlooks Lake Ontario and stop, or stop and watch one of the street performers.

Toronto has a charm all its own in any season but when the weather warms up, the people come out. Summer boasts a variety of outdoor festivals and neighborhood events.  The diversity of the city means we can find an experience for any group, and they will leave feeling they were really part of the scene. Class trips can be tailored to focus on a particular location or historical area, performing groups will have their concerts woven seamlessly into the planning of their trip.

Beyond the local, neighborhood flavor you won’t want to miss the other more traditional tourist experiences either. Touring the CN Tower, watching the Toronto Blue Jay’s play Rogers Centre, spending time at Union Station and taking in at least one of the many art museums in the city are all stops that can be built into your itinerary.

Have an extra day? Let’s get on the road and head on down to Niagara Falls and take in the immensity of that natural wonder.  Student groups love to explore some of the small shops along the main street and get up close and personal and WET on one of the boat excursions to the Falls. Toronto is a true destination city with something to offer every type of traveler.


  • Nearby Niagara Falls
  • CN Tower *
  • The Royal Ontario Museum *
  • Eaton Centre
  • Casa Loma *
  • Ontario Science Centre & IMAX Theatre *
  • Toronto Symphony Orchestra
  • Canada’s Wonderland *
  • Hockey Hall of Fame
  • Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada *
  • Mariposa Dinner Cruise

*denotes performance opportunity