Educational Trip To Toronto for International Schools
Visit Toronto, a vibrant metropolis and one of the most multicultural cities in the world.
On a Toronto school tour, students can visit the CN Tower, the Hockey Hall of Fame to catch a glimpse of modern Canada, the Royal Ontario Museum for an insight into the culture and history of Canada. Take a day visit Niagara Falls, where students will experience the impressive power of North America’s biggest waterfall within the serenity of Canada’s most famous national park.
Subject based excursions
Experience the game that defines Canada! The Hockey Hall of Fame has something for everyone: interactive games, theatres, hockey’s greatest artifacts, and best of all, hands-on access to the Stanley Cup, all spread across a 65,000 square foot entertainment complex. Learn all about Canada’s most iconic sport in this interactive and entertaining museum.
Photo credit: Hockey Hall of Fame
A signature icon of Toronto’s skyline, the CN tower is the centre of telecommunications for Toronto serving over 16 Canadian television and FM radio stations. Ride the elevator 1,122 ft to the observation deck at the top of the CN Tower and take in the amazing views of Toronto from a great height.
Fun fact: the tower is viewable to the naked eye from 60 km east of Toronto, in Oshawa.
Get up close to the over 20,000 aquatic animals that live in Toronto’s Ripley Aquarium. Visit all the different galleries of fresh and salt water animals from all over the world. Educational Tours and Workshops are also available to further educate your group.
Take a coach for the day and visit the heart of Niagara Falls and visit one of the Natural Wonders of the World. Descend 125 feet and make your way through 130-year-old tunnels through the bedrock. The Observation deck will leave you breathless and a little bit wet. This one-in-a-lifetime experience showcases the beauty Canada has to offer.
Visit the top sites in Toronto including Old City Hall, City Hall, Church of the Holy Trinity, the Eaton Centre, Yonge/Dundas Square and Yonge Street. Learn how Toronto has grown over the last 175 years and gain a better understanding of this amazing city’s history.
Royal Ontario Museum is full of art, culture and natural history. There is something here for everyone. Learn about Canadian history, as well as Greek Mythology, Egyptians and the history of the indigenous people.
Recently completing a $47.5 million renovation this is the place to learn about science and technology. The students will enjoy an interactive and informative experience and learn something new.
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