You don’t have to travel too far for a post lockdown getaway!
Toronto is playing a city-wide game of Never Have I Ever, an event that encourages people to find their own Never Have I Ever moment in the beautiful city of Toronto! And The Beat 92.5 is here to help you discover new places while making lasting memories.
With more than 2.9 million people, Toronto is by far the largest city in Canada. It’s so big, in fact, it includes 140 neighborhoods and six municipalities known as “The 6ix” (a nickname coined by Drake) that takes up about 630 square km of land.
With such a huge population, you can bet there is plenty to do and see in Toronto. The list of tourist attractions in Toronto is ridiculous with world-class museums, unique shopping districts, a smorgasbord of dining options, and plenty of summer and winter outdoor activities, to boot! Art, food, beaches, nightlife – in Toronto, you’ve got it all.
That’s why The Beat 92.5 in collaboration with Destination Toronto is giving away three prize packs valued at $1,000 each to spend on your next trip to the great city of Toronto. Sign up for the My Toronto Pass, a digital pass the helps you safely plan your trip around the city. The My Toronto Pass is a digital pass that provides visitors the opportunity to safely access and redeem special offers, value-adds, and unique one-of-a-kind experiences from participating businesses in Toronto.
There’s never been a better and safer way to travel to the capital city of Ontario. Sign up for the My Toronto Pass, a digital pass today!
The My Toronto Pass is your chance to (re)connect with the city while taking advantage of unique offers.
Download the My Toronto Pass to explore Toronto in a safe and responsible way and find your own Never Have I Ever Moment!
Our contest takes place between Tuesday, October 12, and Thursday, October 14, 2021. All you have to do to enter and win is listen to The Beat 5@7 with Cat and Claudia!
And to help you create new memories, we’ve whipped up a series of articles listing just some of our favourite destinations in The 6ix.
Here is part 1: The Can't-Miss Attractions.
Source: Aga Khan Museum | Image: https://agakhanmuseum.org
The Aga Khan Museum is North America’s first and only museum dedicated exclusively to the arts and cultures of Muslim civilizations. The Museum is both a showcase for thousands of years of art and artifacts from around the world, and a place for exploration of cross-cultural connections.
Source: Hockey Hall of Fame | Image: benedek | iStock / Getty Images Plus
Spread across 65,000 square feet, the Hall of Fame offers something for everyone: the world’s finest collection of hockey artifacts; theatres; interactive games; a replica NHL dressing room; and NHL trophies including, best of all, the coveted Stanley Cup.
Flight Simulator Experiences for All!
Toronto Railway Museum shares the stories of Toronto's railways through exhibits, tours, and programs.
Source: via destinationtoronto.com
Museum of Illusion, where your eyes and brain don't get along. Over 100 educational exhibits, rooms, holograms, stereograms to experience. Pause reality, challenge your vision. It's like yoga or pilates for your eyes. A fun place to enjoy brain teasers, Instagram friendly establishment.
Little Canada is a journey of discovery through a vast, highly detailed and animated miniature attraction. From captivating vistas to famous landmarks, iconic cityscapes and little stories, explore and celebrate Canada under one roof, in the heart of downtown Toronto.
Toronto Botanical Garden offers seasonal displays in its award-winning themed gardens that are connected with the historic Edwards Gardens and Don Valley Ravine trails. Admission is free. There are indoor, outdoor and online learning experiences for all ages. The LEED Silver Visitor's Centre houses... Show more
Spark your sense of wonder! With hundreds of interactive exhibits, live daily demonstrations and immersive IMAX® films, the Ontario Science Centre is sure to keep the whole family learning while having fun!
As with so many, your Toronto Zoo has experienced an unexpected and challenging year. Our mission is to connect people, animals and conservation science to fight extinction, and that mission has never been more important. While closed to the public, we quickly acted to enhance our online engagement.