Along with restaurant patios, hair salons, and shopping malls, there are a handful of Toronto attractions that are getting ready to reopen. If you’ve been struggling to find ways to keep yourself busy these days, then surely any of these Toronto attractions can help you stay entertained.
Keep reading for 7 fun Toronto attractions that are reopening.
If you’ve missed seeing the city from above, then get excited because the CN Tower is preparing to reopen to the public on July 15. The attraction has been closed since March but tickets can be reserved online starting July 1. Unfortunately, the tower’s iconic 360 Restaurant won’t be reopening.
While you’ll be unable to tour the interior of Casa Loma, the famed estate has transformed its stunning gardens into one giant patio for an unforgettable dining experience. Enjoy stunning city views and a delicious meal from Casa Loma’s restaurant Blueblood Steakhouse.
Reunite with the fish when you visit Ripley’s Aquarium when it reopens on June 26. The attraction will be providing guests with ticket-timed entry and are encouraging all guests to wear face masks. In addition, the aquarium will be suspending all programs, dive shows, and tours.
While the Toronto Zoo experienced success with its drive-through concept, there’s just nothing like walking through and seeing the animals in person. The zoo is excited to welcome back visitors starting June 27 and is encouraging visitors to wear face masks and walk a one-way path.
Aga Khan Museum
Located near Eglinton and the DVP, the Aga Khan Museum is set to reopen its doors on June 27. Timed ticket entry will help control the flow of visitors and face masks are mandatory for anyone over the age of two. In addition, the museum has placed hand sanitizers around the space and is asking for visitors to abide by social distancing protocols.
Art Gallery of Ontario
There’s nothing like spending the day oogling art at the AGO so we couldn’t be more excited that it’s reopening. The museum is opening to members and annual pass holders on July 2 and it will reopen to the public on July 23.
Even though there’s been no firm reopening date announced, the Royal Ontario Museum has revealed that its reopening date is right around the corner. Even though nothing is set in stone, we can imagine that the museum’s plans include lots of sanitation, social distancing, and face masks for all.
Beach day, anyone? The Toronto Islands will be reopening to the public starting on June 27. If you’re hoping to make it onto the ferry, keep in mind that only 5,000 tickets are available per day and they’re only available on the day of purchase. Also, everyone who rides the ferry must wear a face covering.
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