In Ontario, Canada, where 40% of the Canadian population lives, is one of the world's top rated tourist attractions. Ontario has breathtaking views and attractions in all four seasons. The province has many lakes, various architectural wonders, and the national and cosmopolitan capital of Canada. Here are the top 10 major tourist attractions in Ontario.
1. Parliament Hill
Designed with large arches, copper-lined towers and Gothic Revival spheres, Parliament is another key destination in Canada. One of the main features of Parliament Hill is the Center Block, the main building of the Canadian Parliament. In the middle of the middle block is the iconic Peace Tower. The clock and bell tower is slightly over 300 feet and covered with stone carvings. The Central Block was developed in the mid-19th century and was one of the first homes of the Canadian government.
2. CN Tower
The CN Tower is the most iconic sight in Canada. It's a wonder of engineers from the 1970s, and always one of the most important places to visit in all Canadian travel guides. It looks like a gigantic injection needle, but its main function is to act as a communication tower. It is one of the tallest freestanding structures in the world, reaching 1,815 feet.
3. Killarney Provincial Park
Killarney is also referred to as the "crown jewel of Ontario Parks," one of the world's highest-rated kayaking destinations. In Killarney, people can spend days exploring the more than 50 lakes and trails that offer spectacular views of the lakes and the Gulf of Georgia.
4. Elgin & Winter Garden Theater
This is a restored work that the latter is considered to be one of the fully functional Edward-storey theaters. Originally developed as a flagship of a vaudeville chain that has never started while transforming the ground floor into a movie. Theater tours take place on Thursdays and Fridays.
5. Royal Ontario Museum
The Royal Ontario Museum celebrated its centenary in 2014 and is considered one of North America's largest natural history museums. With the entrance of "The Crystal" on Bloor St. in 2007, the museum building combines traditional heritage with modern architecture, with great impact (and contradiction). A memorable place to visit with your friends.
6. 1000 Island Towers
Located on Ivy Lea, about 20 km from Gananoque, the 1000 Island Tower is located. This 130-meter-high lookout tower offers superb views of the islands from two open spaces and has exceptional exhibits of glass-enclosed decks. Although it is a historic place, there is also an elevator for convenience.
7. National Gallery of Canada
This place is not only a tourist destination but also a work of art. It has a unique ensemble of glass pins and pink granite, which complements the nearby Parliament's copper roof. The interior features vaulted galleries, Canadian art exhibitions and many other noteworthy American traditional art forms.
8. Canadian Canoe Museum
Featuring one of the largest collections of kayaks and canoes, this museum is the top-rated travel destination. It has an exceptional 150 canoe exhibitions and is documented by its long history of water navigation in the country. This happened in the 17th and 19th centuries, when North America was one of the most popular canoe destinations.
9. Boldt Castle
This magnificent traditional North American castle is located in the center of St. Lawrence. Boldt Castle was designed by George C. Boldt, a developer of the famous Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York. Thousands of tourists pass through this place every year to enjoy the picturesque buildings.
10. Ripley's Aquarium
This aquarium is located in Ontario and is one of three aquariums owned by the Ripley Entertainment Network. The aquarium contains 1.5 million gallons of water and exhibits marine life from around the world. Nine galleries are divided, displaying various fish, sea animals and marine habitats.