Entertainment in Toronto

Theatre, Opera, Museum in Toronto

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Theaters in Toronto

Being a large and diverse city, it is home to many theatres and is known as one of the liveliest theatre cities in the world. There is something for everyone and every mood. Check out the city of Toronto's Theatre Guide to see the latest productions currently in Toronto.

The main theatres in Toronto:

Operas in Toronto

Opera is booming in Toronto making it wonderful for an opera lover to having an evening at the opera.

Orchestra in Toronto

If you're looking to see a wonderful orchestra live, Toronto is a wonderful place to be. Home to the renowned Toronto Symphony Orchestra, people living and visiting Toronto have the chance to witness this amazing performance live at Roy Thomson Hall. Fans of orchestra can also check out the volunteer based Orchestra Toronto, where they can be dazzled by professionals and amateurs alike.

Museums in Toronto

Toronto is home to a variety of museums. Whether you're an art, history, science or hockey lover, there is truly something for each taste.  Check on the City of Toronto's webpage for discounted museum tickets.

Update 18/08/2018


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