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Educational Trips to Toronto

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Maple madness

Toronto, a melting pot of cultural differences and branded as one of the most diverse cities in the world. Home to the most vibrant and talked about neighbourhoods in North America, this metropolis is just a stone’s throw away from the geographical wonder: Niagara Falls.

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Yonge Street, Toronto is the longest street in the world, measuring at 1,896km long
Sports

Sports

Canada might be big on sports, but Toronto takes it to another level, with representations in 7 major sporting leagues. With ice hockey on almost evening, sporting fans won’t want to miss an opportunity to catch a game.

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Fashion

Fashion

13,000 shoes? That must be a big wardrobe. In one of the more unusual attractions of Toronto, Bata Show Museum, sandals, clogs and glamourous platforms are preserved from the last 4,500 years. If your students want to bring their style up to date, splash out in the designer districts of the city.

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History 

History 

Delve into world culture, art and natural history at The Royal Ontario Museum. Don’t let its modern exterior fool you, this museum showcases over 6 million artefacts from the years and is one of North America’s most renowned museums.

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Languages

Languages

Set your misconceptions aside, this is the new ‘it’ location for your language students! As one of the most multicultural spots on the planet, you’ll be lucky to hear any English at all! In fact, 50% of the population were born outside of Canada and there's a total of 140 languages spoken here.

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Art

Art

Street art, modern art, ancient art. All the art! Interactive museums are dotted around the city,  some of the most iconic Canadian and Inuit work is featured at the Art Gallery of Ontario, whilst boutique art galleries can be found nestled amongst cool coffee shops in the old town.

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Science

Science

Get your students forward thinking at the Ontario Science Centre, where an interactive approach is taken in the stride of learning. Students will get hands on with tech, including: piloting a rocket chair, touching a tornado and performing an ultrasound.

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Day 1

Arrive in Toronto and make your way to your accommodation in your preorganised transfer. Start your trip with a bang by heading straight to the famous Niagara Falls. If your students are feeling brave, cross the Rainbow Bridge over to the American side. Remember, don’t look down!

Day 2

Today is the day you will tick off all the major tourist hotspots. Visit the CN Tower, the most iconic landmark in Toronto and then head to the Casa Loma and hit the shops at the Toronto Eaton Centre. In the evening catch a hockey game and watch the famous Toronto Maple team battle it out for their next title.

Day 3

This is where the adventure really picks up! Spend a day at Canada’s wonderland, a huge amusement park with some 200 attractions. After a day of fun, return back to your accommodation and have a group dinner nearby.

Day 4

Take your pick from one of the city’s museums: the Ontario Science Centre, Royal Ontario Museum and many more. In the evening, you and your group can take a stroll down Yonge Street, the longest road in the world. You’ll have your choice of vibrant restaurants to choose from for your last evening meal.

Day 5

End your trip with a boat tour around Lake Ontario; here you’ll get the best view of the Toronto skyline. Stop off at the Toronto Islands, where you can enjoy beautiful parks and open spaces, we suggest you pack a picnic, it’s the perfect way to end your Canadian adventure!

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