If you are reading this, I probably don’t have to remind you –> WE LOVE TORONTO! We love Toronto in the day and in the night, in the hot and in the cold, in the good and in the bad. It’s our favourite city in the world.
Although Toronto flourishes in the summer, you aren’t “out in the cold” in the winter. I grew up in Toronto surrounded by the idea that you were supposed to hibernate in the winter. In adulthood both Jon and I disagree with this, fully and completely.
So far on our website we’ve covered some of the outdoor fun you can take advantage of in the city during the winter months, but for those of you who really do prefer to stay indoors, there is so much for you to see and do too!
Enter CityPASS – A pass that allows you to see 5 of Toronto’s top attractions, for 42% off the regular admission price. I know that sounds like there’s a catch, but there really isn’t. You buy it, you use it and then brag about how much fun you had!
Attractions included (site links in orange):
Regular admission price: $126 + tax
CityPASS: $72 + tax
CityPASS Children: $46 + tax
(please don’t make me do the math tax, just add our ridiculous HST of 13%)
Even if you don’t visit all 5 attractions, you can still be saving money. Wait there’s more – once you have your CityPASS booklet, you skip most lines for entry! And let’s not forget that you get to visit 5 of the top attractions in the city!
You have 9 days to use the CityPASS.
(We took all 9 days to use it. We probably could have used it even quicker but we didn’t in order to avoid crowds over the long weekend. Although 9 days seems like a long time, it goes by quickly. Especially if you will be using CityPASS with your children, so please be prepared. *Note* You will need a full day for almost all of the attractions.)
If you are from Toronto, you may be thinking, ‘Oh I’ve been there on a school trip in elementary school, I don’t need to go again.’ If I may be so bold as to say – YES, YOU DO. I have been to all of these attractions dozens of times in my lifetime. I have enjoyed them every single time and exhibits are always changing too, so there is always something new and exciting to check out. Jon and I had SO MUCH fun at all of the attractions. We learned a lot – about history, about science, about Toronto. Educational AND entertaining!
This was Jon’s first trip to the Science Centre and he said this was his favourite stop in our adventures. As for me, Team CN Tower. Even though I used to work at the CN Tower, I never ever get sick of the views. I mean, #views.
We’ve put together a video highlight reel of sorts, of all 5 attractions. Either to sell you on the idea of CityPass or just entertain you with our charm.
You can find it here. Right below this writing.
See it? Click play and enjoy!
If you are planning a visit to Toronto or you already live here, we at J & C Toronto can now weigh in with our opinion.
JUST DO IT!
(If anyone has any specific questions about the attractions, how to get there, what’s included in each place, etc… please let us know, we’re here to help!)