Discover Toronto Landmarks and Districts

CN Tower 360 Restaurant
*** This is a must do, book a reservation for lunch at the 360 restaurant, go for lunch, and eat while the restaurant rotates 360 degrees. You can see race course below.
You need to make reservations, 416-362-5411
360 is open daily for for lunch and dinner.
*Please note that elevation to 360 Restaurant and the LookOut and Glass Floor Levels (separate ticket required for SkyPod) is complimentary with the purchase of a prix fixe by each guest. 15% gratuity added to groups of 6 or more.
Casa Loma
*** Reasonable to get to distance wise. Plan a full day.
Famous historical landmark in Toronto. Visit Canada's Majestic Castle, Casa Loma and step back in time to a period of European elegance and splendour. The former home of Canadian financier Sir Henry Pellatt, Canada's foremost castle is complete with decorated suites, secret passages, an 800-foot tunnel, towers, stables, and beautiful 5-acre estate gardens.
Casa Loma is one of Toronto's top tourist attractions and hospitality venues. Each year over 350,000 visitors tour Casa Loma and the estate gardens. A perfect backdrop for special occasions, Casa Loma also plays host to over 250 private events annually. The unique architecture has also made it a highly desirable location for film, television and photo shoots.
Niagara Falls
*** Normally an hour and a half drive, with the Pan Am driving traffic will be 2 and a half hours so plan a full long day
Famous, towering waterfalls at the boundary of Canada & the United States, with tours & boat ride on the Maid of the Mist.
Niagara Falls is the collective name for three waterfalls that straddle the international border between Canada and the United States; more specifically, between the province of Ontario and the state of New York.
District: The Beaches
*** Close to the Athletes Village
Lots of great shops, a nice area to walk.
Boardwalk along Woodbine Beach is nice to walk along the water. This area is east of the racing area.
The Distillery Historic District
*** Close to the Athletes Village
The Distiller District is a pedestrian-only village, in the restored red brick, Victorian-era buildings of the renowned Gooderham & Worts whiskey distillery.
Home to many of Toronto's hottest designer boutiques, unique cafes, artisan shops, breathtaking art galleries, performance venues and award-winning restaurants.
There is a market every Sunday. there is always something happening at The Distillery live outdoor performances, entertainment, exhibits.
District: Danforth - Greek Town
*** Very easy to get to, just go north from the Athletes Village
Lots of great restaurants, shops to explore.
St. Lawrence Market
*** Relatively close to Athletes Village
Open Monday through Saturday. Big days are Wednesday and Saturday.
Food market, little shops, great place to explore.
District: College Street - Little Italy College Street is a principal arterial thoroughfare in downtown Toronto, connecting former streetcar suburbs in the west with the city centre. The street is home to an ethnically diverse population in the western residential reaches, and institutions like the Ontario Legislature and the University of Toronto in the downtown core. Lots of great restaurants, shops to explore.