Major Attractions

Major Attractions

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is home to over 41,000 works from including sculptures, photographs, paintings and decorative art objects displayed in four pavilions: the Liliane and David M....

TELUS Spark Science Centre

TELUS Spark Science Centre is a brand new 153,000 sq/ft facility located in Calgary, Alberta that is home to four permanent exhibits; Energy &...

LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Toronto

With over 3 million bricks of LEGO under one roof, the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Toronto is a world of entertainment, color and creativity for families with children aged 3-10. LEGOLAND Discovery...

Comox Air Force Museum

The Comox Air Force Museum located within the Comox Valley on Vancourver Island is listed as one of the top ten things to do on a rainy day. Open year round, this major tourist attraction is...

Canada Olympic Park was the key venue during the 1988 Calgary Winter Olympics for bobsleigh, luge, and ski jumping. Today, the facility is operated by WinSport Canada and is used for athletic...

Soak up some B.C. history – literally – at one of Harrison Hot Springs Resort’s many mineral pools. Originally, the hot springs were revered by the Coast Salish people for their medicinal...

Kawartha Settlers Village is a collection of historic homes and buildings from Bobcaygeon and Kawartha districts on the site of what was once a Kawartha farm. Home to the Kawartha Region Arts and...

Grosse Île in an island located in the St. Lawrence River that was once a quarantine station for the Port of Québec between 1832 and 1937. Grosse Île was the primary entry point for immigrants...