No matter what brings you to the city, and no matter what season you visit, Toronto is alive and vibrant and ready to welcome you. Just minutes from the brand-new Delta Toronto hotel, you can visit exciting attractions like the CN Tower, Royal Ontario Museum, Art Gallery of Ontario, the Science Centre, Ripley’s Aquarium, Hockey Hall of Fame, the Design Exchange and the Zoo.
Don’t forget to bring your appetite when you visit the Delta Toronto! We bring you closer to some of Toronto’s authentically ethnic neighbourhoods (Chinatown, Little India, Little Italy, Greektown on the Danforth, Little Portugal to name a few).
Been to Toronto before? Come again and explore areas a little off the beaten path like Queen West, the Distillery District, the Brickworks, Bell Light Box and the TIFF buildings, Church and Wellesley or Queen's Quay. Celebrate the arts with a visit to Roy Thompson Hall and the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, or the Four Season Centre for the Performing Arts, home to the National Ballet and the Canadian Opera Company.
The weather may be unpredictable but you are sure to have a memorable visit if you come in the spring. Annual events like the Hot Docs Film Festival at the TIFF Lightbox theatre, the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival, the Children's Film Festival, Canadian Music Week, Inside Out LGBT Film Festival, Doors Open Toronto and the Luminato Festival should keep you busy enough for the entire season!
Summertime means unlimited choices when it comes to concerts and Toronto music festivals, and many of these events will take place just steps away from the Delta Toronto. Check out a big name show at the ACC, Rogers Centre or Molson Amphitheater, or attend one of Toronto’s many summer festivals like the TD Jazz Festival, Pilaros Taste of the Danforth, Redpath Waterfront Festival, Pride Toronto Festival, or the Digital Dream Festival.
Other events and festivals in Toronto include the Fringe Festival, Toronto Outdoor Arts Festival, Summerlicious Toronto, the Honda Indy, Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival, Rogers Cup, Buskerfest and the world-famous CNE.
The signal that summer is over to Torontonians is the Canadian National Exhibition. The signal that fall is ready to begin to the rest of the world is the Toronto International Film Festival. Cinefiles relish this opportunity to hear from their favourite stars and directors and screen movies the rest of the world is eagerly anticipating.
Come for TIFF, but stay for Toronto's Octoberfest, Scotiabank's Nuit Blanche, Toronto's Zombie Walk and Halloween Parade, The Royal Agricultural Fair and some more of the many must see events in the city. Are you an avid runner? The Scotiabank Waterfront Marathon, Energizer Night Race, Oasis Zoo Run, and the CIBC Run for the Cure are a few of the many runs you can join.
Winterlicious Toronto, the Calvacade of Lights, the Santa Clause Parade, Lowe's Toronto Christmas Market, the Toronto Sportsmen Show, the Canadian International Autoshow and World Master Card Fashion Week are some of the events that will keep you warm and engaged during the winter. Bring your skates and skate at Harbourfront or City Hall. By choosing to stay at the Delta Toronto, you can easily access many of these events from Toronto's PATH system, as we are connected directly to it by our second floor.