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76 Bucket List Things To Do In Toronto Before You Die

Every Torontonian is proud to represent their city. Toronto has established itself on a global scale and there are many things we are recognized for internationally. Whether you're from the city or just coming to visit, there are certain things everyone should try at least once in their life in Toronto.

We have many activities, tours, attractions, restaurants and places to go that every Torontonian and visitor must experience. In order to see if you are a true Torontonian at heart, we have created a bucket list for you to complete before you die. If you've done everything listed, then you've great job we're really impressed! If not, take advantage of this list and spend your time exploring the wonderful things Toronto has to offer. For those of you visiting, use this list as a guide next time to plan a trip to Toronto!

1. Go to the C.N Tower

 2. Do the Edge Walk

 3. Go to a Raptors game

 4. Go to a Leafs game

 5. Go to a Blue Jays game

 6. Check out Ripley's Aquarium 

 7. Get a tattoo or a piercing at Adrenaline 

 8. Relive your childhood memories at these places. 

 9. Go to Ribfest

 10. Cruise Lake ontario on a skidoo or boat

 11. Complete the nightclub bucket list  

 12. And the food bucket list

 13. Check out Toronto's exclusive Cider Bar  

 14. Slide down the largest Slip and Slide in Toronto

 15. Admire Toronto's greatest murals

 16. Take cool Instagram photos at these spots

 17. Have some late night drunk munchies 

 18. Go to one of these strip clubs

 19. Get day drunk at Cabana Pool Bar

 20. Rave at Veld

 21. Jam with Drake at OVO

 22. Party at Digital Dreams. 

 23. Road trip to Boots & Hearts 

 24. Go on a Mariposa Cruises boat cruise

 25. Check out Toronto Island

 26. See Toronto from a bird eye view with Helitours 

 27. Go to Toronto's Jazz Festival 

 28. Have dinner in the Distillery District

 29. Eat Greek food at Taste of The Danforth 

 30. Check out Drake's very own restaurant Frings 

 31. Go to Casa Loma 

 32. And see an exhibit at Royal Ontario Museum 

 33. Enjoy a day at Canada's Wonderland 

 34. Watch a show and have dinner at Medieval Times 

 35. Go to the Toronto Zoo 

 36. And the Ontario Science Centre

 37. Go to the Princess of Wales Theatre 

 38. Check out Allan Gardens 

 39. Go to the EX 

 40. Check out the Hockey Hall OF Fame 

 41. Stroll around Kensington Market 

 42. Have dinner  at one of the many restaurants in Yorkville 

 43. Go shopping to Toronto's finest luxury stores on Bloor St.

 44. Spend New Year's eve and watch fireworks at Nathan Phillips Square

 45. Have dinner at America Restaurant at the Trump Tower

 46. And sip on cocktails at the Thompson Roof Top 

 47. Have beers at Steam Whistle Brewery. 

 48. Watch a movie premiering at TIFF

 49. Go to Riverdale Farm

 50. Make a trip to Niagara Falls  

 51. Go on a date to O.Noir 

 52. Visit 1000 Islands 

 53. Spend a long weekend in Muskoka

 54. Watch a sporting event at Wayne Gretzky's

 55. Or Real Sports Bar 

 56. Play arcade games at Get Well 

 57. And ping pong at SPiN 

 58. Have a picnic at High Park 

 59. Spend a day at the Beaches

 60. Get away to Wasaga Beach for May 2-4

 61. Go on a shopping spree at Eaton's Centre

 62. See a comedy show at Yuk Yuk's 

 63. Throw knives at TKTO

 64. Paint balling at Defcon  

 65. Ax throwing at Batle Grounds 

 66. Smash sh*t at Rage Room 

 67. Complete a crazy indoor obstacle course at Pursuit OCR

 68. Go indoor sky diving at iFly

 69. Jump on trampolines at Sky Zone 

 70. Fly a jet with Threshold Aviation 

 71. Try indoor dragon racing and practice paddling at Afterburn fitness

 72. Play bubble soccer 

 73. Have drinks at Chill Ice House 

 74. Take pole dancing lessons and twerking classes at Brass Vixens 

 75. Listen to live music at the Shangri-La or one of these other venues

 76. Follow Narcity on Snapchat

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