Here are Toronto-Area Attractions That Have Announced Plans to Reopen

Following the news from the Ontario Government that Toronto has moved to Stage 2 of the Province’s COVID-19 Recovery and Reopening Plan, several attractions and landmarks across the Greater Toronto Area are announcing plans for reopening. 

Here are a few attractions that are reopening in the coming days:

CN Tower

The CN Tower’s observation decks will be reopened to the public on July 15, 2020. 

Timed entry tickets will be available for sale on July 1. 

All visitors will be required to wear face coverings when entering the attraction. 

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Ripley’s Aquarium

The popular aquarium in Toronto will be reopening on June 26 from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. 

Tickets are sold online only with a pre-arranged time of entry. 

For more information visit:

Toronto Zoo

The Zoo will be reopening Saturday, June 27 with online ticket sales only and a pre-arranged reservation system upon entry. 

Guests will be encouraged to walk on a one-way path throughout the premises. 

Face coverings are mandatory for entering any buildings at the Zoo. 

For more information visit:

Art Gallery of Ontario

The Art Gallery of Ontario opens on July 2 for members and July 23 for the general public. 

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Canada’s Wonderland

At this time, Canada Wonderland reported that it will remain closed until further notice. 

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Royal Ontario Museum: 

The Royal Ontario Museum announced that it will be reopening sometime later in June. 

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Casa Loma: 

Liberty Entertainment Group has not yet announced a date for the historic castle’s reopening but says any online tickets sold will be honoured for up to six months after the site resumes operations.

For more information visit:

Allan Gardens Conservatory: 

The conservatory remains closed for visitors.

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Black Creek Pioneer Village:

Remains closed until further notice.

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Bata Shoe Museum: 

Remains closed until further notice.

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