Visit the Golden Horseshoe
'The City around the Lake'

To see the navigation buttons above, you need an up-to-date browser, such as Netscape 7 or MSIE 5. Both are available for free on the Internet. To get the browsers, click on the images below:

Support Wikipedia

Or you can use this Sitemap








TORONTO Adds Citypass Program

Toronto has become the latest (and first international) North American city to
join CityPass, a program that bundles the city's most-visited attractions into
one convenient, value-packed offering.

Toronto CityPass, which costs $46, includes tickets to the Art Gallery of Ontario,
the CN Tower, Casa Loma, Ontario Science Centre, Royal Ontario Museum and the
Toronto Zoo. The $46 cost represents a savings of 50 per cent.

"We are excited to be the first city in Canada to join the CityPass program.
Toronto boasts some of the world's most remarkable attractions and offers signature
experiences unlike any city in the world," said Bruce MacMillan, president of Tourism
Toronto. "Being part of this program helps strengthen Toronto's position as a must-see

He added there's no better way to see a city than with one easy, high-value package
such as CityPass.
"One package, six experiences. It's invaluable to the visitor," said MacMillan.
And while mainly aimed at attracting visitors, officials noted that CityPass will
also be popular with local residents looking to see the best their city has to offer
at attractive prices.

Each booklet contains detailed information about each attraction, including hours,
location, directions and an "Insider's Tip." CityPass booklets are purchased at the
first attraction and tickets are valid for nine days from first use.
Toronto mayor David Miller attended the launch and described the program as an offer
travellers can't refuse.

"A city should be great for the people who live here and if you make it great for the
people who live here, it's also great for the people who visit," said Miller. "It's with
partnerships like this that we can share the best of the city with the rest of the world."
Mike Gallagher, president of CityPass, said Toronto was a natural fit for the program.
He said it takes three things to be a successful CityPass partner - an outstanding city,
six famous attractions and an enthusiastic and capable tourism bureau, all of which Toronto

"We started CityPass to make cities easier to visit," said Gallagher, adding the program
offers good value and encourages users to see the best a city has to offer. "It's a ticket
book, not a coupon or discount book. It's great for locals, visiting friends and relatives.
You can be a tourist in your own town."
He noted that once CityPass customers have used the booklets, they have really seen the city - they have likely used public transit, strolled the streets, enjoyed neighbourhood restaurants and, perhaps, viewed more art, history, science and urban culture than they thought they could afford. CityPass saves people time and money, said Gallagher.
CityPass is also available in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, Seattle, Hollywood,
San Francisco and Southern California.

For more, visit

Design & © 2004-2011 Total Design Creations. All Rights Reserved.