An experienced tour guide will accompany your group on a three-city tour of Toronto, Niagara Falls and Ottawa showing you the best these cities have to offer while making your trip seamless and carefree. A cultural melting pot, the city of Toronto is the entertainment and financial capital of Canada and one of the largest and most populous cities in the country. Defining the city skyline, a view at the top of the world’s tallest building, the CN Tower will give your students panoramic views like no other.
A show at the Famous People Players Theatre will bring to life fantastic theatre under the illumination of black lights and lively music.
Both a museum and a hall of fame, hockey fans will love a trip to Toronto’s Hockey Hall of Fame, home to hockey’s greatest players and history of the sport.
In the centre of the city, enjoy a tour of Toronto’s own Castle. Originally a residence for financier, Sir Henry Mill Pellatt, Casa Loma is now a museum and landmark, with original furnishings, incredible artwork and stunning gardens. A bus tour of the ethnic quarter will give you the opportunity to relax as live guides give an informative commentary of city sights and landmarks.
Enjoy a delicious four-course meal while knight’s battle for honor and title of King’s Champion at the Medieval Times Dinner Show.
Home to one of the greatest wonders of the world, Niagara Falls is a favorite destination for visitors to the region. Journey Behind the Falls will give you access to two observation platforms to view one-fifth of the world’s fresh water from behind the falls, falling from 13 storeys above. The thunderous sound and awe-inspiring sight will be one you won’t soon forget.
Clifton Hill is known as Niagara Falls street of fun by the falls, with plenty of shops, restaurants, and attractions for all to enjoy.
A stop at Fort George, which played a vital role in ensuring that Ontario would not become occupied by the United States, will give students a living history into the War of 1812.
Also from the War of 1812, the Laura Secord Homestead is a must see for any history buff visiting the Niagara region.
On to the capital region, Ottawa has a lot to do and see. A ghost tour of the city and prison will give students a different perspective of some of the darker points of Ottawa history.
A visit to ‘the Hill’ is a must for any Ottawa visit. Parliament Hill is home to year-round celebrations and ceremonies as well as the country’s government. Students will see first hand where the decisions that concern all Canadians are made, as well as see some amazing art while taking a tour of this historical landmark. While there, students will stop at the Peace Tower, the focal bell and clock tower, sitting on the central axis of the Centre Block of the parliament buildings.
A bike ride through the city’s heart will offer unique learning experiences as you explore the diverse neighborhoods of Canada’s Capital Region. Go back in time and travel four storeys underground to visit the unique Deifenbunker Cold War facility. With more than 100,000 square feet, the once secret bunker was meant to house the Canadian government in the event of a nuclear war.
Lodging in each of the cities favorite hotels includes night security, giving you peace of mind while bringing your group closer to the attractions and events. Breakfast and dinner at some of the cities choice restaurants will give you a delicious, worry free trip with plenty of options. These three cities will bring some of Canadian history to life for your students, teaching them lessons far beyond the reach of the classroom.
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