Discover Toronto

Toronto Educational Tours

Visit Canada’s metropolis, the city of Toronto! Sitting on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario, this city has it all: a beautiful waterfront, unique residential areas, parks, museums, galleries, universities, stadiums, and last but not least, extensive public transportation.

Toronto Overview

Toronto, Canada is a vibrant and diverse city that offers an array of educational attractions for students. One of the city’s top educational destinations is the Royal Ontario Museum, which boasts an extensive collection of over six million objects that range from the history of the Earth to ancient civilizations, dinosaurs, and contemporary art. The most eye-catching structure of Toronto skyline, CN Tower, serves as a telecommunications hub as well as a popular attraction that includes observation decks, a revolving restaurant and an entertainment complex.

Another must-visit attraction in Toronto is the Ontario Science Centre. The center’s interactive exhibits allow students to explore the wonders of science and technology in a hands-on environment. Students can learn about topics such as physics, astronomy, and the human body through exciting exhibits and demonstrations. Additionally, the center offers workshops, shows, and events throughout the year, providing an educational and engaging experience for students of all ages.

For students interested in Canadian history, a visit to the majestic Casa Loma will let them step back in time to a period of European elegance and splendor. 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.

Lastly, the Art Gallery of Ontario provides students with an opportunity to explore the world of art. The gallery features an extensive collection of Canadian and international art, with works ranging from contemporary art to the Renaissance. Students can take guided tours, attend workshops, and participate in educational programming that connects art with other subject areas such as history and science.