This week's WTA tennis action is not the only thing that's thrilling in Toronto. Here are the Top 5 things to do after or before the on-court action. 


Niagara Falls 

So it's a bit of a trek (about 90 minutes by car), but totally worth it. Niagara Falls State Park is open 365 days a year, 24 hours a day and its filled with numerous adventurous outdoor activities. Explore the iconic falls on Maid of the Mist or take a thrilling walk on the Cave of the winds. 


St. Lawrence Market

The market is booming with fresh locally-produced products and foods that can only be found in Toronto.  With over 120 vendors and merchants, it’s also a great place to find local treasures. 


Rogers Centre


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The Toronto Blue Jays have upped their play in the first half of the 2019 season and will play at home over the next few days against the New York Yankees on with games on Friday and Saturday. 


CN Tower 

The CN Tower is Canada’s National Tower and a place where you can find award-winning restaurants and entertainment. Tourists can take a 58-second glass fronted elevator up to the top. However, the most thrilling attraction is the Edgewalk where visitors can walk on the world’s highest full-circle hands-free walk on a 5 foot wide ledge encircling the top of the Tower’s main pod.


High Park

High Park is a popular urban oasis offers a variety of outdoor activities. Take a scenic walk and explore the park’s greenhouses, ice skate, or visit the park’s zoo.