What the locals know
If you want to sound like a real Torontonian, don’t pronounce the second ‘t’
Toronto also features
the Frank Gehrydesigned Art Gallery of Ontario, the Gardiner Museum, the Museum of Inuit Art and the Bata
Shoe Museum, which features the world’s
biggest collection of footwear. Pay for admission at one and get a two-for-one entry
deal at the others, or buy a Toronto CityPass, which lets you into several attractions.
Go full Canadian and wash down your poutine with a clamato,
a uniquely local concoction of tomato juice and clam broth. The best place to do this is the Distillery District, once home to the largest distillery in the world, now a bustling pedestrian neighbourhood with cool bars, galleries and shops.