Best Places To Visit In Toronto For Free

Toronto, Ontario’s Art Gallery

Among the top art museums in North America, the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) holds more than a hundred thousand paintings, sculptures, photos, and installations.

The ROM Stands For “Royal Ontario Museum,”

A Toronto institution worth noting is the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) which houses an extensive collection of natural history specimens.

Graffiti Corridor

The little-known Graffiti Alley is located just south of Queen Street West in Toronto. Local artists are often eager to display their skills by decorating the alley with murals and graffiti.

The Distillery District

In the eastern part of downtown Toronto, the Distillery District is famous for its Victorian buildings, quaint boutiques, and delicious restaurants.

Allan Gardens’ Glasshouse

An array of tropical plants and flowers can be found at the Allan Gardens Conservatory near Toronto's central business district. You can enjoy some time in nature in the conservatory without paying an entrance fee.

High Park

Toronto's High Park covers 400 acres in the city's western reaches and is one of the city's most visited green spaces.

Harbourfront Centre

All year long, the Harbourfront Centre hosts a variety of events such as festivals, concerts, and art exhibitions.

St. Lawrence Market

There are many exotic foods, artisanal cheeses, and local products at St. Lawrence Market in Toronto.

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