Popular places to visit in Midtown Toronto
This romantic hilltop mansion is a true Toronto landmark with a classic interior that you may recognize from several blockbuster movies.
Take the glass elevator to the lookout points on Toronto’s iconic landmark to enjoy views as far as Niagara Falls or have dinner in high style.
Treat yourself to a shopping trip in the stores and boutiques of Toronto’s largest mall, which is housed under a striking glass ceiling.
Top things to do in Midtown Toronto
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