Best Rainy Day Activities In Toronto

Best Rainy Day Activities In Toronto

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Rain won't dampen a trip to Toronto. You'll find plenty of things to do indoors at these places on a rainy day.

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    Updating: You don't have to spend a lot on snacks at this theater thanks to the Tim Horton's next to the main concession stand. Cash, debit or credit, but they don't take Tim Horton's giftcards. -- P Kam via Foursquare
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    Go to the dollarama adjacent to the theater for your drinks to sneak in. They sell poweraide at the theater, so get that cause they won't know the difference. -- Magarsa Gudeta via Foursquare
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    The only decent seats are on the main floor anywhere from the third row from the back to the twelfth. Anywhere else and the screen is cut off or you'll have to strain your neck to see the film. -- Andrea Zadro via Foursquare
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    Word to the wise: if you're not in a wheelchair, don't try to use the handicap bathroom. There's hardly enough room to stand in the lobby, let alone be in a chair. Have some respect. -- Sara via Foursquare
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    Originated in Chicago this Comedy club has made people laugh for more than half a century. Legends such as Ryan Stiles and Mike Myers have started their career here. We guarantee you good laughs! -- Finnair via Foursquare
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    Upper balconies seats are small and need updated, no leg room. A/C blows strong so take jacket/sweater or something to keep warm. But still good view of the stage. -- TOTweetFest via Foursquare
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    The murals within the theatre reflect the items found on the site prior to the buildings construction. At the time it would be the only theatre in Canada large enough to land a helicopter on its stage -- Joe Pagnan via Foursquare
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    When seeing a movie here, stop by Milestones Empress Walk for a drink and appy before hand! Sit in the bar downstairs and ask for Ryan or Danny. Tell Them JROD sent you! -- Jared Golberg via Foursquare
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    Films as they're meant to be seen. From Chinatown to Melancholia, each print I've seen has been crisp and bright. No hair/scratches; pristine sound. Film is an art form, and Lightbox is its gallery. -- Brad Bakelmun via Foursquare
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    Beginning in 1976 as “The Festival of Festivals”, and renamed The Toronto International Film Festival in 1995, TIFF has introduced the world to Hollywood blockbusters & art house productions, alike. -- The Ritz-Carlton via Foursquare
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    Easily the best Jazz club in Toronto. Only warning is the volume (try not to sit too close to the front), and the ketchup (it tastes a bit off). Otherwise, their $2.75 plate of fries is killer. -- Wen-Hao Lue via Foursquare
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    Future scientists will love all the hands-on science experiments—dress for the mess as your little chemist will probably love to learn how to make potions and “launch” an egg into space. -- ToryBurch via Foursquare
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