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You might think all aquariums are the same but not really. The Toronto aquarium Is located downtown with parking all around. If you park across the street expect to pay $25 flat rate. If you park around the corner from the Rogers Centre you will pay $6/hr.
Maximum time needed at the aquarium is 1-2 hours. Mainly showcases freshwater and tropical fish, jellyfish and sharks! Sharks galore and the photos you can take are amazing. There are children's play areas and a large gift shop. We went after 7 pm when it was less crowded and $5 cheaper per person. I think going once in your lifetime is a must. When we finished the exhibit is was raining! The gift shop sold ponchos for $4 which rescued us!
I live just outside the city and brought family from Italy there to view the aquarium. They enjoyed it very much. Around this area are the CN tower as well as many restaurants. St Louis Bar and grill is almost across the street and Sweet Jesus ice cream is about a 10 minute walk around the corner.

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There is also the China Town, the Kensington market, University of Toronto's St. George campus and the Provincial Parliament buildings at Queen's Park. All not very far from the aquarium and all free to visit. You will find lots of shopping options in Eaton Center and Dundas square area.

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Ripley's Aquarium Of Canada, Toronto Picture: Gift Shop. - Check out TripAdvisor members' 50096 candid photos and videos of Ripley's Aquarium Of Canada. On our trip to Toronto, we went with family to this excellent aquarium. The displays and fish tanks are unlike anything we've seen in the states. The building is several stories high, with meandering walkways, very few stairs to climb, perfect lighting to fulling view all the fish life in each tank. Of course there is the customary gift shop...

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Thanks for your quick response. I'll be coming into Toronto from about 2 hours away and will be bringing a group of adults to spend the day. I'm thinking about visiting in January and we're interested in culture, art, architecture, history, etc. I'd like to spend the first part of the day at the Aquarium and then maybe go into a historic, unique area for shopping, restaurants, etc. Preferably something a little more affordable to balance out the expense of the Aquarium. Thanks!

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