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Toronto City Tours

Experience Toronto by participating in one of the RVC city tours on Tuesday, May 28. Tours depart from the Metro Toronto Convention Centre beginning at 8am and return no later than 2pm. All tours run rain or shine.

RVC City Tour Registration is open from March 4 to April 5 and is available to buyers, media and sellers. Register early as spaces are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Please contact Brian Graziano, Tourism Toronto at [email protected] if you have any questions regarding Toronto City Tours

Toronto Islands Bike Tour

Glide through the Toronto Islands by bike. This tour includes a bicycle, helmet, water, snacks, expert tour guides, and gorgeous views of the Toronto skyline. A short ferry ride will take you to a 5-kilometre oasis of 15 interconnected islands filled with charm and historic attractions. Don’t forget your sunscreen.

Historic Toronto Food Tour

Taste your way through Old Toronto. Headed by a local Chef, this tour takes you through historic Toronto neighbourhoods rich in Irish heritage. Home to breweries, brickyards, and acclaimed distilleries, wander through quaint laneways and cobblestone streets. Save your appetite for curated dishes, Toronto’s best chocolate and coffee, and of course, beer.

Shuttle off to Shopping

Hop on a shuttle for the ultimate shopping experience. A direct Shopping Shuttle takes you to one of Canada’s best outlets, Vaughan Mills. With a mix of full-price and branded outlets including, Uniqlo, Nike Factory Store, Nordstrom Rack, Coach, Tommy Hilfiger and more, this is a one-stop tour for all your fashion needs.

Toronto by Bus and Boat

Tour Toronto by double-decker bus and cruise boat. Your 2-hour bus tour is equipped with multilingual audio systems including English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Cantonese, and Mandarin. Afterwards, a 45-minute cruise takes you along Lake Ontario before ending with 20,000 aquatic animals at Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada.

Edgewalk at the CN Tower

Live Toronto on the edge. EdgeWalk at the CN Tower is a thrilling way to experience the city. At 1,168 ft. above ground, trek the periphery of the CN Tower for the world’s highest full-circle, hands-free walk. You’re attached via a harness and led by trained guides for the best 360°unobstructed views of Toronto.

VIP Access to St. Lawrence Market

Sink your teeth into the world’s #1 market, according to National Geographic. You’ll definitely agree, as a local expert guides you through multicultural and mouthwatering food kiosks. Hear inspiring stories that span through generations of food artistry. With early VIP access, get exclusive access to the market’s rich tastes and architectural beauty.

Iconic Sightseeing Tour

Attraction hop through Toronto’s unforgettable experiences. The tour’s highlights include Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, the CN Tower, and Casa Loma. Delve into 20,000 aquatic animals with Canada’s longest underwater viewing tunnel, see Toronto from 1,136 ft. above ground with floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows atop the CN Tower, and experience Canada’s only castle built in 1914.

Toronto Museums Tour

Experience 3 of Toronto’s most renowned museums. This tour takes you through the Royal Ontario Museum’s (ROM) Guided Highlights Tour featuring Canadians First People’s Gallery, The Bata Shoe Museum’s largest collection of famous footwear, and the Hockey Hall of Fame’s comprehensive set of hockey artefacts including the Stanley Cup – enriched by your guide’s fascinating insight.

Graffiti Alley and Kensington Market Crawl

See the writing on the walls. This walking tour takes you through Toronto’s street culture, starting with Graffiti Alley’s outdoor art created by local artists. Afterwards, head up to Chinatown and Kensington Market, with local guides introducing you to their favourite cafés, lunch spots, and shops. Experience Toronto’s cultural diversity, authentically.

Art and Design Walking Tour

Explore one of Toronto’s trendiest neighbourhood, the Art and Design District. Comprised of West Queen West, deemed the “2ndcoolest neighbourhood in the world” by Vogueand Ossington Avenue, wander through designer boutiques, curated galleries, and Toronto’s popular cafés and bars. Artisanal food, hip products, and vintage finds are at your fingertips during this stylish tour.