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  • Toronto for Culture Vultures 3-Day Itinerary Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto.A long weekend in Toronto will give you time to enjoy the city’s museums, galleries, and theaters. In three days, this packed itinerary takes you to the most popular locations and interesting sights for the culturally-inclined.
  • Visiting Ontario: When to Go and How to Get There Ontario is home to the nation’s capital, Ottawa, and one of its biggest cities, Toronto.Ontario has distinct seasons, with pros and cons to visiting in each. It’s best to schedule your visit around events or activities you’d prefer to experience, such as summer’s theatre season or winter’s cold-weather sports. Ontario is home to the nation’s capital, Ottawa, and one of its biggest cities, Toronto, so there are a few ...
  • The Best of Ontario 7-Day Itinerary A lone pine at the top of a hill in Ontario's Algonquin provincial park.This itinerary takes you through southern Ontario’s highlights, from Toronto to Niagara Falls, the Muskoka Lakes, Algonquin Provincial Park, and Ottawa, the nation’s capital. It’s easiest to do if you have a car, or pick up a rental car when you leave Toronto (you won’t need it in the city).
  • Where to Go in Ontario At the edge of the island shore a rock formation that narrows at the bottom resembles a flowerpot.From urban centers with hip nightspots and eclectic shops to historic sites and modern museums to relaxing getaways with outdoor adventures, Ontario is a destination that appeals to a wide range of interests and an even wider range of ages and lifestyles. While most to see and do is located in southern Ontario, outdoor enthusiasts ...
  • The Underground Railroad in Ontario In Dresden, the Uncle Tom’s Cabin Historic Site tells the story of former slave and abolitionist Reverend Josiah Henson.The Underground Railroad ended at Canada’s borders, but the stories those who traveled it went on, now preserved in these Ontario historic sites & museums.

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