Stay Entertained: 15 Actually Fun Things To Do In Toronto

Stay Entertained: 15 Actually Fun Things To Do In Toronto

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What's fun to do in Toronto? Here's a list of amazing things to do in the city. Go out and explore!

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    This building is the ORIGINAL Toronto Stock Exchange. That being said, its also haunted ! -- Matthew Cohen 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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    Catch Jim Cuddy, Hawksley Workman, Justin Rutledge, Oh Susanna, Japandroids, Wavves, Cold Cave, Avi Buffalo and many many more bands during the NXNE fest. Lee's Lineup is stellar 06/17/10 - /06/20/10 -- NXNE via Foursquare
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    the first week in january hosts the annual festival of new formats in which all shows are free and experimental - this is a great time to sample the venue and see some regular acts for free. -- Becky Johnson via Foursquare
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    The platters are HUGE! If you're going with three friends, split the platter for two... TRUST ME! -- Michelle Vanek via Foursquare
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    Little gem in the heart of Toronto. Don't forget if you want to go swimming there is a public pool nearby. -- Marvin via Foursquare
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    Legendary dingy live venue has hosted everyone from the Rolling Stones, the Band, Police, Ramones and Willie Nelson to the Tragically Hip, Blue Rodeo and Skydiggers. Get drunk & loud. -- the BREL team via Foursquare
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    The gorilla habitat at the African Pavilion is pretty amazing. Also it's right by the new African Penguin exhibit, which is always popular (who doesn't love penguins?). -- Vivienne Suen 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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    Don't go late and miss all the fun before the concert. Go a few hours early, beat the crowds and enjoy the patios on the grounds beforehand. A great time will be had. -- Dan Brown via Foursquare
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    Did you know that this building was originally built in 1913 and then demolished and rebuilt in 1941? Come visit us during Doors Open on May 25-26th, 2013. -- Doors Open Toronto via Foursquare
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    The Bank of Montreal building, home to the Hockey Hall of Fame, is 1 of 12 buildings to survive the Great Fire of 1904. The façade has since been restored to its 1850s charm. -- The Ritz-Carlton via Foursquare
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