Your Tourist Musts

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Every­lo­cal rec­om­mended I visit Toronto Is­land (Toronto has an is­land?), but out­side of high sum­mer, these sta­ples are your best bet.

CN Tower Ev­ery city has a tall tower —yawn—but the ’70s-era CN Tower still in­duces spaghetti legs and a cold sweat. Pay your $36, and whip straight up in a heart-stop­ping hell-eva­tor that shoots 346 me­tres ver­ti­cal in 58 sec­onds. cn­

Sec­ond City Im­prov Push your com­fort-zone lim­its with a two-hour drop-in class at the Sec­ond City Im­prov ($15). Ex­pect group getto-know-you name ex­er­cises and word-by-word sto­ry­telling with an en­courg­ing in­struc­tor. Or take in a sketch show down­stairs at Sec­ond City’s main­stage theatre, where the most work you have to do is put in a drink or­der. sec­ond­c­

Dis­tillery Dis­trict Tour In a pocket of her­itage brick buidlings, the tour starts with juicy high­lights of the world’s largest dis­tillery, Good­er­ham and Worts (booze, death and cholera), and ends with tasters at Mill St. Brew­ery. go­

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