Unique cultural attractions, museums and theaters, casinos shows – all about the arts in Ontario that you have never known before.
Let’s understand the difference between events and Show Programs in the Casino and Show Programs on stage or in the theatre. We can say that nothing. It’s no secret that Canada abounds in land-based casinos, so casinos in Ontario offer entertainment shows, live musicians and concerts by famous Canadian performers and world stars. These can… Read More
The Next Stage Theatre Festival A theatre festival takes place in January called The Next Stage. It also presents an opportunity for unknown and innovative productions, but the scope of the Festival is decidedly smaller. Bernard Shaw Festival The only theater in the world specializing in the plays of Bernard Shaw and his contemporaries (in… Read More
The famous Royal Ontario Museum has been in operation since 1857 and is considered one of Canada’s most prominent museums. One hundred and fifty years later, the museum is the talk of the town thanks to the fantastic modern architect Daniel Libeskind, who transformed the old building into an incredible crystal structure that changed the… Read More
Among Toronto’s modern buildings, Casa Loma Castle stands out. This chic neo-Gothic building cannot be overlooked when visiting Canada. A rich Canadian once lived here, and today it houses a museum. You can also rent the castle for weddings or parties. The castle with the unexpected Canadian Spanish name Casa Loma, meaning “house on the… Read More