Torontup People: Excellent Places to Visit
Here is a list of some of the lesser-known, but no lesser-fun (ha-ha) places to visit in Toronto.
- The Royal Ontario Cheese Curd Museum features over six different kinds of cheese curd. An antique bowl of cheese curd is on display behind a scent-proof barrier. Kids will love the hands-on experience in Captain Curdelia’s Curdstravaganza Laboratory, where they can play with as much cheese curd as is decent in this day and age.
- Brave souls may want to try the Unofficial Moonlight Midnight Geddy Lee Walk, where a dedicated guide will walk you through the streets of downtown Toronto, giving information on Geddy Lee and looking for his house, which he’s sure is around here somewhere, it’s either this block or the next one over, dammit all these postwar duplexes look the same.
- The Corner of Front Street and Yonge Next to the Sony Centre is home to quite possibly the worst smell in the world. Can you guess what it’s caused by? You’ll be surprised! (Open 24/7)
- One of the best attractions that Toronto has to offer is St. Clair Signs Inc. From banners to menu boards and awning signs, St Clair Signs Inc. is fun for all the family, except for grandparents (who are kindly asked to wait outside)!
- RickMoranisWorld is an “amusement” park dedicated to the life and works of Rick Moranis, who was in films. Take a trip on the RickRoller (Coaster), a wild ride in which you symbolically journey through Rick’s thought process when deciding on what films to appear in. Enjoy the No Man is a Moranisland ride, which begins as a water-based log flume and ends with a showing of all of Rick’s scenes from Ghostbusters 2 in puppet form. (For ticket information, call 416-555-1000 and ask for Rick)
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