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Top Toronto Senior Discounts

If you are a retiree living in Toronto, you have access to dozens of exclusive deals that are available only to senior citizens. Save money as you sightsee by taking advantage of these local discounts:

Royal Ontario Museum

This internationally renowned museum brings together an eclectic collection of art and artifacts from across the globe that celebrates natural history and world culture. It is the largest museum in Canada, housing millions of priceless fossils, artwork, minerals and more.

CN Tower

Standing at over 550 meters tall, this communications and observation tower is a popular destination amongst Toronto residents and tourists alike. Visitors can look down on a spectacular view of the city through glass floors, the SkyPod observation deck, or one of six high-speed glass elevators. If you’re feeling peckish, enjoy a gourmet meal at the revolving 360 Restaurant, open daily for lunch and dinner.

Casa Loma

Also known as “Toronto’s Castle,” this four-story Gothic Revival style mansion is a unique architectural wonder that stands out amongst the buildings of midtown Toronto. Take a walk through history as you tour elegant rooms, spiraling towers, and the stunning estate grounds.

The Hockey Hall of Fame

This museum and hall of fame is an absolute must-visit for Canadian hockey fans of all ages. Explore the world’s largest collection of hockey memorabilia, watch hockey movies in one of the museum’s two theatres, or marvel at the majestic Stanley cup live and in-person. Guests can even go head-to-head with life-sized animatronics of their favorite goalies and shooters.

The Art Gallery of Ontario

From the Renaissance art of the Thompson Collection to the surrealist works of the Modern and Contemporary exhibit, the Art Gallery of Ontario is home to more than 90,000 works of art that span from the first century to present day. Guests are able to enjoy unique pieces that celebrate the influences of Canadian, European, African and Oceanic culture.

The Ontario Science Center

Grab the grandkids and head down to the Ontario Science Center for the day to explore both indoor and outdoor exhibits that teach guests about everything from biology to geology. You can also visit the IMAX Dome to watch educational films and documentaries on the big screen.

The Toronto Zoo

You can see plants and animals from around the world without even having to leave Toronto by visiting the city’s world-famous zoo. Guests can birdwatch in the African Rainforest, trek through the Australian outback, hike through the Malayan woods, and more.

Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada

Experience a world of color as you travel through exhibitions that bring you into close contact with undersea life, from the dangerous to the downright bizarre. Explore tunnels through shark-infested waters, discover rare and exotic reef life, or even get your hands wet as you pet a live stingray.

The Bata Shoe Museum

Learn everything that you ever wanted to know about footwear at the Bata Shoe Museum, which celebrates different shoe styles throughout the ages. Guests can tour a permanent gallery that displays thousands of shoes and related artefacts, or explore seasonal events and exhibitions featured at the museum’s three other galleries.

Black Creek Pioneer Village

This living history museum lets guests get a glimpse into the lifestyle of a nineteenth century pioneer. You can see how villagers ate and dressed or learn how local artisans crafted their wares.

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