Available to World Congress 2015 Attendees.

Why not take take advantage of the discount price and door to door service? Let King Tours show you Toronto

Door to Door Pick-up and Return

We will pick you up and drop you off directly from your hotel lobby.

St. Lawrence Market

Enjoy a stroll through St. Lawrence Market

Distillery District

Shop, Dine, and enjoy the art found in the pedestrian friendly Distillery District.

The half day, fun and informative Toronto City Tour will transport you to some of the city’s most popular sights as you relax aboard our new air-conditioned bus. We will show you over 17 attractions.  Our stops include the St. Lawrence Market where you can buy lunch and a stroll through the pedestrian friendly Distillery District.

Hotel pick-up will start at around at 10 am and the tour will finish around 3:30 pm.


Harbourfront Centre is a key cultural organization on Toronto, Ontario’s waterfront.


Queen’s Quay

Queens Quay is a prominent street in Toronto’s harbourfront neighbourhood. The street was originally commercial in nature due to the many working piers along the waterfront; parts of it have been extensively rebuilt in since the 1970s with parks, condominiums, retail, and institutional and cultural development.


Hockey Hall of Fame

The Hockey Hall of Fame is dedicated to the history of ice hockey, it is both a museum and a hall of fame.

St. Lawrence Market

St. Lawrence Market is one of two major markets in Toronto. It is located on the southwest corner of Front and Lower Jarvis Streets.

Casa Loma

Casa Loma is a Gothic Revival style house and gardens in midtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, that is now a museum and landmark. It was originally a residence for financier Sir Henry Mill Pellatt.

Distillery District

The Distillery District is a historic and entertainment precinct located east of Downtown Toronto. It contains numerous cafés, restaurants, and shops housed within heritage buildings of the former Gooderham and Worts Distillery.


Corktown is a residential neighbourhood in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Corktown contains many vacated industrial buildings, some in use by production and movie studios. The neighbourhood’s name derives from its origins in the early 19th century as an Irish ethnic enclave, particularly for Irish emigrants from County Cork, though some say the presence of a distilleries, breweries and cork-stopper manufacturers in the vicinity may have secured the nickname.

The Bay on Queen St

Hudson’s Bay on Queen Street is the flagship retail store of North America’s oldest corporation (1670).  It also has the largest shoe department in Canada.

Eaton Centre

The Toronto Eaton Centre is a shopping mall and office mall named after the now-defunct Eaton’s department store chain that once anchored it.

Dundas Square

Toronto’s central public square on the South-East corner of Yonge St. and Dundas St.  The square often hosts music, film, and community events.

Air Canada Centre

The home of the Toronto Raptors and Toronto Maple Leafs.

Ripley’s Aquarium

CN Tower



Royal Ontario Museum

Art Gallery of Ontario

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