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A unique creative spirit thrives in Toronto, with world-class theatre shows and cultural events celebrating the vibrant and eclectic culture of the city.
 

Pre-Theatre Menu in TOCA

Allow TOCA to be a part of your theatre experience. Available daily between 5 p.m. – 6 p.m., our Pre-Theatre menu offers delicious prix fixe meals of handcrafted Italian cuisine.

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TIFF Bell Lightbox

TIFF Bell Lightbox cinema complex, the Toronto International Film Festival offices, a ground-floor restaurant and a roof-top terrace are housed in a five-storey structure on King. The five-screen cinema complex also includes a film reference library, galleries and workshops.

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Mirvish Theatres

Mirvish Productions is the premier name in Toronto Theatre, bringing musicals, dramas, comedies and more to the theatre stage for over 50 years. Catch a show across the street from the hotel at the Royal Alexandra Theatre or Princess of Wales Theatre, or visit the Ed Mirvish Theatre, which has been part of Toronto’s entertainment scene for over fifty years.

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Royal Ontario Museum (ROM)

Canada's largest museum of world culture and natural history. The ROM is the fifth largest museum in North America, containing more than six million items and over 40 galleries. It has notable collections of dinosaurs, Near Eastern and African art, East Asian art, European history, and Canadian history. It contains the world's largest collection of fossils from the Burgess Shale with more than 150,000 specimens.

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Second City

Enjoy a uniquely Toronto comedy act that gave start to many famous actors such as Mike Myers, Dan Aykroyd & Martin Short.

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Toronto Symphony Orchestra

Founded in 1922, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra is one of Canada’s major cultural institutions, performing at Roy Thomson Hall, located just across from The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto. The TSO is committed to innovative programming and showcases a roster of distinguished guest artists and conductors.

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Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO)

With 45,000 square metres (480,000 sq ft) of physical space, the AGO is one of the largest art museums in North America. Its collection includes more than 68,000 works spanning the 1st century to the present-day. It includes the world's largest collection of Canadian art, which depicts the development of Canada's heritage from pre-Confederation to the present.

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Bata Shoe Museum

The Bata Shoe Museum collects, researches, preserves, exhibits and interprets footwear from around the world. The Museum's collections, now numbering over 12,500 shoes and related objects, span 4,500 years of history and many cultures and geographic regions. Featuring showcases from designers such as Christian Louboutin, Prada, Pierre Hardy and fashion-forward exhibitions highlighting today’s fashion trends, the Bata Shoe Museum always provides unique experience no matter what time of year.

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Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art

The Gardiner Museum is the only museum in Canada devoted exclusively to ceramic art. Its permanent collection of over 2,900 pieces, includes works from the Ancient Americas, Italian Renaissance, English Delftware, Chinese and Japanese porcelain, European porcelain, and a Contemporary gallery. In addition to the permanent collections, the museum mounts three temporary exhibitions per year.

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National Ballet of Canada

The National Ballet of Canada is Canada's largest ballet troupe. It was founded by Celia Franca in 1951 and is based in Toronto, Ontario. Based upon the unity of Canadian trained dancers in the tradition and style of England's Royal Ballet, The National is regarded as the premier classical ballet company in Canada.

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National Geographic Live Series at Roy Thomson Hall

Join us for our sixth season with National Geographic’s boldest and brightest as they share awe-inspiring stories and images of their quest to unearth, explore, and document the world’s wonders.

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