Toronto is a city with spectacular architecture that reflects the dynamism of a multicultural metropolis. They will be able to appreciate buildings from the Georgian style, with symmetrical facades and sloping roofs, to designs with straight and simple lines.
This Canadian city has many buildings to admire, so this time we share some that you can visit and admire while walking the streets of Toronto.
The Canadian National Tower, or CN Tower, is perhaps the icon of the city.
For more than 30 years it was the tallest tower in the world. It has a height of 553.2 meters, which makes it visible from various points in the city.
In addition to being able to enjoy incredible views of Toronto, if you like adrenaline you can do EdgeWalk, where you will take a walk along the edge of the tower.
We leave you the video where Alan around the world performs this activity.
In the official page of the CN Tower You can find more details to organize your visit.
Royal Ontario Museum
The Royal Ontario Museum, better known as ROM, is the largest museum in Canada and one of the most innovative architectural works.
The facade of the ROM stands out for its glass and aluminum prisms.
This museum is made up of several buildings, each designed in a different time, that are connected to each other and form a single architectural entity with a legacy of more than 100 years.
It has more than 40 exhibition halls, making it one of the largest art, culture and nature venues in the world.
The ROM can be visited from Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. In the official page of the Royal Ontario Museum You can find more information about the entrance prices.
Ontario Art Gallery
The Art Gallery of Ontario, better known as AGO, is one of the largest art museums in North America.
The AGO’s collection, with nearly 95,000, ranges from avant-garde contemporary art to European masterpieces; a vast collection of the Group of Seven —Canadian painting—; works by established and emerging Canadian Indigenous artists.
You will also find works by Van Gogh, Andy Warhol, Yayoi Kusama, among others.
The gallery can be visited from Tuesday to Sunday from 10:30 am.
In the official page of the Art Gallery of Ontario You will find more information about exhibits and tickets.
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