- Burlington — beautiful growing city and popular with tourists. Home of the Royal Botanical Gardens, Canada's largest botanical garden
- Niagara Falls
- Niagara on the Lake — named the "Prettiest Town in Canada"
- Shaw Theatre, Niagara on the Lake, 1-800-511-7429, . Named after playwright George Bernard Shaw, this theater festival runs from April to November and features plays by Shaw, playwrights who lived during Shaw's lifetime, or plays about his era (1856-1950). Three main theaters comprise the festival venues, and all are located within walking distance of downtown.
- Horseshoe Falls and American Falls, Niagara Falls. Most visitors' first view of the Falls, from the Canadian side of the river, is at Queen Victoria Park,  along the Niagara Falls Parkway. Some other ways to enjoy viewing the falls are:
- Maid of the Mist, 5920 Niagara Parkway (near foot of Clifton Hill), . A boat that takes tourists to the foot of the falls, where they can better appreciate their thunder and spray. Runs April-October.
- Journey Behind the Falls, 6650 Niagara Parkway (Table Rock Center), . Open year-round except December 25.
- White Water Walk, 4330 Niagara Parkway, . A 1,000 foot (305 m) boardwalk beside the rapids. Open seasonally.
- CN Tower, 301 Front Street West, Toronto, 416-868-6937 . The tallest free standing structure in North America. You can ride a glass elevator to the top where the view is incredible and there is a glass floor. There is also a revolving restaurant which offers spectacular views as the sun sets over the city.
- Whirlpool Jet Boats, 61 Melville Street, Niagara on the Lake, 1-888-438-4444,  Powerful Jet-boats speed upriver, making their way into the breathtaking stonewalled canyon that is the Niagara Gorge. The anticipation builds as the boats splash into the whitewater of Devil's Hole Rapids. April - October.
- Fallsview Casino, 6380 Fallsview Boulevard, Niagara Falls, 1 888 FALLSVU (toll-free), . A splendid new Vegas-style Casino.
- Canada's Wonderland, 9580 Jane Street, Vaughan (Toronto Area), 905-832-8131, . A big theme park located in Vaughan, 30 kilometers north of downtown Toronto. It is considered one of North America's premier amusement parks, with more than 200 attractions. The park is open seasonally from May to October.
- Ontario Science Centre, 770 Don Mills Road, Toronto, 1-888-696-1110, . Lots of hands on science exhibits, including a rainforest, a tornado machine, sound proof tunnel, balace testing machines, and more. It also contains Ontario's only Omnimax (full wrap around) movie theatre.
This page was last edited at 04:14, on 27 March 2009 by Wikitravel user Shaund. Based on work by Peter Fitzgerald and Anonymous user(s) of Wikitravel.