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Toronto has a diverse and multicultural population that blends several cultures and languages. Every neighborhood you walk into boasts of unique experiences that cannot be seen elsewhere. The city is also home to several tourist spots and landmark attractions – ranging from exquisite architectural marvels and bustling markets to nature escapades and vibrant nightclubs. In short, you’ll never fall short of things to do in Toronto from sunrise to sundown.

While there are museums and art galleries to explore during the day, the night opens up a whole new world of possibilities in Toronto. So let’s check out the top things to do in Toronto during the night

·        Visit Distillery District 

 Distillery District is your one-stop shop for a memorable and entertaining evening. Stroll through this iconic strip and hop between cafes, restaurants, bars, art galleries, local shops, breweries, and much more.

·        View the City in Panorama at CN Tower 

CN Tower is a landmark tourist attraction in Toronto. It is the longest structure in the Western Hemisphere standing tall at 553 m. There is an observation deck where you can take a walk on the glass floor and watch the city lights down below. There is also a 360° restaurant that rotates once every 72 minutes.

·        Witness the Gothic Architecture of Casa Loma 

Casa Loma is a 19th-century castle on a hill that has Gothic architecture and a lush green garden. The castle holds night tours and seasonal events that are a spectacle to behold.

·        Stroll Through Kensington Market

Kensington Market is a bohemian neighborhood in Little Italy that’s full of indie shops, art galleries, and vintage boutique stores. The tree-lined streets and Victorian-era buildings here feel like being transported to a bygone era. Visit the bakeries, cheese shops, cafes, and restaurants here that serve everything from fine dining to casual bites.

·        Party at a Celebrity Nightclub  

Barcode Saturdays is a premium haunt in Toronto that hosts elite parties every weekend. We’re the longest-running celebrity party ritual in the city featuring everything you need to have a memorable night out experience.

Groove to live hip-hop, R&B, Reggae, Trap, Latin, and Top 40 music, drink premium and rare liquors, enjoy a mouthful of tasty bites, and rub elbows with elite personalities at our dance floor all night long. Sign up on the guestlist or reserve a bottle service to fire up your Saturday night.

Call (647) 408-1186 for reservations and queries.

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