- CN Tower
Visit the tallest freestanding structure in the world and take in an amazing view of the city from this unique perspective, just two miles from Park Hyatt Toronto Yorkville! Glass-walled elevators glide up the 553m tower, stopping first at the incredible 346m-high Look Out level. Visitors can also walk down one level to experience the Glass Floor, where you can see all the way down to street level. Above the Look Out is the world's highest public observation gallery, the Skypod - 447m above the ground. From here, on a clear day, the sweeping vista stretches to Niagara Falls, 161km south, and to Lake Simcoe, 193km north. It’s no wonder that CN Tower is among the top tourist attractions in Toronto!
- Yonge Street
Famous Yonge Street enjoys two important distinctions: it’s the world’s longest street and the epicenter of activity in downtown Toronto. Yonge Street is home to various Toronto attractions including the Hockey Hall of Fame, Eaton’s Centre shopping mall, Elgin & Winters Garden Theatres, and College Park.
- Toronto Islands
Enjoy a day at the Toronto Islands. A popular Toronto attraction for locals and visitors, the Toronto Islands offer scores of outdoor recreation including walking paths, tennis, bike trails, picnic areas, boating and sunbathing. An 800-passenger ferry transports visitors on a 7-minute ride from the mainland to 245 hectares of beautiful island parkland. Call 416-392-8193 for ferry schedules.
Of the 14 islands, the most popular one is Centre Island, where Centreville is a must-see Toronto attraction for families. An old-fashioned amusement park, Centreville is a turn-of-the-20th-century village complete with a Main Street lined with charming shops, a firehouse, and the Far Enough Farm petting zoo. Antique cars, fire engines, an old-fashioned train, authentic 1890s carousel, flume ride and aerial cars add to the fun at Centreville.
- Toronto Beachfront
Enjoy a leisurely pace along the shores of Lake Ontario in Toronto. Sunbathe, stroll the boardwalk, enjoy window shopping, and dine at open-air cafes and restaurants with beautiful views.
- Distillery Historic District
Although founded in 1832, it wasn't until 2003 that this 45-building complex was completed. Just a few miles from Park Hyatt Toronto Yorkville, the Distillery Historic District is a 45-building complex that celebrates arts, culture and heritage. This historic Toronto attraction features restaurants, art galleries, theaters, cafes, spas and entertainment. The Distillery was founded in 1832 and was reclaimed in 2003 as a historic district.
- Harbourfront Centre
Harbourfront Centre is the hub of arts and cultural entertainment on Lake Ontario in Toronto. Located on the waterfront, Harbourfront Centre hosts thousands of public events each year ranging from festivals and concerts to movie screenings, author readings, dance, culinary presentations and special activities for kids.
- Kensington Market
Kensington Market in downtown Toronto is a lively and historic destination of vintage shops, independent boutiques, cafes and restaurants, ethnic markets, and multicultural influences.