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Toronto CityPASS

US$ 62.51 Price per person from View price guide

Highlights

  • Save $54 on entrance to some of Toronto’s best attractions
  • Skip-the-Line entrance at all attractions
  • The pass is valid for 9 days allowing you plenty of time to visit all the attractions and get the best value for money

Overview

The CityPASS in Toronto saves you $54 CAD to the top attractions in Toronto.

This booklet of pre-paid tickets gives you admittance to the CN Tower, Casa Loma, Ontario Science Centre, Royal Ontario Museum, and Toronto Zoo.

Compare the CityPASS to if you had to purchase all these tickets separately and you will see that the Toronto CityPASS saves you 45%!

The Toronto CityPASS is valid for 9 days allowing you plenty of time to visit all the attractions and get the best value for money.

Itinerary

Toronto CityPASS offers a select group of Toronto’s most popular, most famous attractions, priced 45% less than the same tickets purchased separately. Five premier attraction admission tickets are bound in a pocket-size booklet. A map, attraction details, transportation directions, best times to visit, and destination tips from the experts at National Geographic Traveler make Toronto CityPASS an ideal guidebook. It’s an organized, budget-friendly travel solution for an action-packed weekend or for leisurely exploration over the entire nine days that Toronto CityPASS is valid for.

Get great discounts on sightseeing in Toronto with your Toronto CityPASS. This multi-attraction pass gives you paid admission to five of the city’s most exciting experiences for one fantastic low price.

You have plenty of time to fit everything in. Another advantage of the Toronto CityPASS is that you get to jump the queue at most attractions and save precious time.

Your Toronto CityPASS gives you admission to the following attractions:

• CN Tower (includes Look Out, Glass Floor and your choice of either a 3-D film or a motion-theater ride)
• Casa Loma (includes multimedia guide and Pellatt film) • Ontario Science Centre
• Royal Ontario Museum
• Toronto Zoo

More information about the above attractions is given below:

CN Tower: Canada's most celebrated architectural triumph offering Toronto's most spectacular views - day or night! Visit the Look Out Level at 1,136 ft/346 m or test your nerve on the Glass Floor at 1,122 ft/342 m above the ground! Choose between 'The Height of Excellence' film or the 'Himalazonmotion' theater ride.

Casa Lomo: Experience the elegance and splendor of the Edwardian era at Casa Loma! Explore the former home of Sir Henry Pellatt with its unique architecture, beautifully furnished rooms, secret passages, towers and an 800-foot tunnel to luxurious stables. Five acres of magnificent estate gardens surround the Casa Loma castle and are in bloom May through October. An introductory film about Sir Henry Pellatt and a self guided digital audio tour are included.

Ontario Science Center: Engaging interactive exhibitions and science demonstrations will transform the way you see and think about the world around you. Visit the Weston Family Innovation Centre - featuring current science and technology that will change your life. Bring your little ones to KidSpark, a unique discovery playground for children ages 1 to 8.

Royal Ontario Museum: No trip to Toronto is complete without a visit to the Royal Ontario Museum, Canada’s largest museum of world cultures and natural history. Discover world-renowned galleries of dinosaurs, ancient Egypt, China, Canada’s First Peoples and more. It’s the only place in the city where you can explore the world… all under one roof.

Toronto Zoo: Voted ‘Favourite Toronto Attraction!’ Experience over 5,000 animals and 460 species, daily Keeper Talks and year-round events. Canada’s premier zoo offers five indoor pavilions and outdoor trails within 710 acres of beautiful Rouge Valley. Explore the 30-acre award winning African Savanna and the largest indoor Gorilla Rainforest exhibit in North America. Don't miss the Great Barrier Reef Exhibit.

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Reviews

Great value for money. Don't forget to print the voucher, otherwise won't be able to redeem it.... Lukasz Romanowski

This was a very good idea and saved a lot of time, we found all of the attractions excelent . The highlight was the CN tower which gave great views of the city, islands and lake... peter thorpe

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Activity Schedule

When does it run?

Daily

Duration

Valid for 9 days from first use

Start time

Start time: At your convenience
Duration: Valid for 9 days from first use

Meeting point

You can exchange your isango! voucher for your Toronto Pass at one of the following locations:
CN Tower at 301 Front Street West, in the heart of the Toronto Entertainment District
Casa Loma at 1 Austin Terrace, corner of Spadina Road and Davenport Road
Royal Ontario Museum at 100 Queen's Park (at Bloor Street West and Avenue Road)

Ending point

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Inclusions

  • CN Tower (includes Look Out, Glass Floor and your choice of either a 3-D film or a motion-theater ride)
  • Casa Loma (includes multimedia guide and Pellatt film)
  • Ontario Science Centre
  • Royal Ontario Museum
  • Toronto Zoo

Please note

You can exchange your isango! voucher for your Toronto Pass at one of the following locations:
CN Tower at 301 Front Street West, in the heart of the Toronto Entertainment District
Casa Loma at 1 Austin Terrace, corner of Spadina Road and Davenport Road
Royal Ontario Museum at 100 Queen's Park (at Bloor Street West and Avenue Road)

You must be 107cm (42 inches) tall to take the Himalazon motion theater ride at CN Tower

Vouchers may be redeemed anytime within a period of 6 months from the date of purchase.

Children below 3 years of age get free admission to all attractions and do not need a pass

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Cancellation policy

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