The Niagara Region offers an unparalleled variety of sights and sounds, from the majestic Niagara Falls to theatres, festivals and wineries. All Niagara Falls attractions, like Journey Behind the Falls, Whirlpool Aero Car, and beautiful gardens like the Botanical Gardens are owned and operated by Niagara Parks.
Three Gothic Revival-style buildings, located on a 170-foot bluff overlooking the Ottawa River, house the offices of the members of Parliament, the House of Commons and the Senate. Free guided tours delve into Canadian history and explain the workings of the political system.
Christie Pits (originally Willowvale Park) is a 8.9 hectare park located at 750 Bloor Street West and Christie Street, across from the Christie subway station. The park features the Alex Duff Memorial Pool, located at its edge are three baseball diamonds, a multi-sport field, basketball and volleyball courts, an artificial ice rink, a children’s playground and labyrinth, a splash pad, a wading pool, and a community garden. The sides of the pits are highly sloped and are used in winter for tobogganing and related activities. Garrison Creek runs under the park, converted to a storm sewer at the turn of the 20th century. This facility has street parking around the outskirts of the park. The park was named after the Christie Sand Pits which were on the location until the early 1900s. The sand pits had been named after Christie Street, which was named after William Mellis Christie, co-founder of the Christie & Brown Cookie Company, now known simply as Mr. Christie.
Engineering marvel, Toronto Landmark, Canadian icon – Canada’s National Tower is an awe-inspiring symbol of Canadian achievement. This national treasure is considered one of the world’s top tourist destinations, and one of Canada’s most celebrated and visited dining and entertainment destinations. After almost four decades, it continues to attract over 1.5 million annual visitors who come from all over the world to experience all the Tower offers. While visiting the CN Tower, guests can purchase tickets to explore different areas at the top of the tower, including the Edgewalk, which allows visitors to walk suspended from the outside of the tower.
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