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The Ultimate Toronto Instagram Challenge You Must Do With Your Friends

How well do you know Toronto? A scavenger hunt is a cool way to get acquainted with the city and have fun at the same time! Below is a list of objectives that send you and your friends on a photo adventure across the city. Some objectives will require you to enact certain situations with your team, while others might bring you a little outside of your comfort zone.

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Will you do it for the 'gram? Make sure to post your photo on Instagram with the hashtag #narcitytoronto to show us what you've got!

What you'll need:

  • List of objectives (below)
  • 5+ people
  • Money
  • Pens
  • Camera

1. Team looking pensively at art (Art Gallery of Ontario)

2. Re-enact The Beatles' iconic Abbey Road album cover on the rainbow crosswalk (Church and Isabella)

3. "This building is uuugggly"

4. Photobombed by a clown fish (Ripley's Aquarium)

5. Team pretending to get it on in the Red Canoe (Canoe Landing Park)

6. Latte art by Barista Brian (Calii Love)

7. Team member's first tattoo/piercing (Chronic Ink Tattoos)

8. Floating heads in a ball pit (Pursuit OCR)

9. Post-escaping the castle (Casa Loma Escape Rooms) 

10. Rose letting go of Jack... From an inflatable (Cabana Pool Bar)

11. The prettiest plants you can find (Allan Gardens)

12. Selfie with a stranger wearing a Bautista jersey (Rogers Centre)

13. Team member doing a pull-up using the overhead bar on the subway (TTC)

14. "Evolution of man" in front of the Hustle mural (Liberty Village)

15. Adding a lock to the "Love Fence" (Distillery District)

16. Team sharing a "Mystery Bowl" (The Shameful Tiki Room)

17. The oddest thing you can find (Sunday Antique Market)

18. Coffees on the "Coffee" tile (Reunion Coffee)

19. Team members waltzing in the ballroom (Fairmont Royal York)

20. Team pulling an "all-way" cross (Yonge and Dundas)

21. Kamayan flat lay (La Mesa)

22. Team member eating peanuts in front of Lucy (Queen St W)

23. Skyline photo from the water (Mariposa Cruises)

24. Team member blending in with a crowd of students (Ryerson SLC)

25. Touristy photo at the Gooderham (Wellington St)

26. Selfie at the top of a ferris wheel (The Ex)

27. The coolest mural you can find (Graffiti Alley)

28. Your first three knife throw attempts (TKTO)

29. Hand stands in front of the "This Is Paradise" mural (Cameron House)

30. Spell out "Toronto" using letters from different signage (7-photo collage)

31. Before and after shots of a Chief Wiggum milkshake (Hollywood Cone)

32. Team dab in the pool by the skyline (Thompson Hotel)

33. Stand-up paddle board race (Scarborough Bluffs)

34. The craziest caesar in the city (The Dirty Bird)

35. "The Last Supper" (Yasu)

36. Polar Bear shots all around (Chill Ice House)

37. Kayaking in the city (Harbourfront Canoe & Kayak Centre)

38. Green-only flat lay (Tsujiri)

39. Spell out "Toronto" in sign language as a team (Signs)

40. The world's highest can-can line (CN Tower Edgewalk)

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