Get Sporty at the Hockey Hall of Fame
Ice hockey is the national winter sport of Canada, and any sports lover should get to grips with this sport on a trip to the country. The Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto is the ideal spot to do exactly that. But this is more than just a place where you’ll see hockey player’s names written on plaques on the wall – it’s a dynamic and innovative place to learn about hockey. Inside you’ll find a replica NHL dressing room, hockey artefacts from all over the world, and hi-tech games that challenge your goalkeeping and shooting skills.
Watch International Bands at Osheaga
If you can’t get enough of summer festivals, you might be wondering which parties you can attend across Canada this summer. Well, Osheaga is one of the most popular of them all, even if you haven’t heard of it before. This multi-day indie festival is hosted in Montreal, and normally at the end of July. This festival attracts world class talents, and some of the acts that have performed in the past are Arcade Fire, Coldplay, The Killers, and Lana del Rey.
Climb Point Prim Lighthouse for a Spectacular View
Prince Edward Island is the only island province of Canada, which makes it a great place to get away from it all, and enjoy the landscapes and tranquillity. One of the most visited spots on the island is Point Prim Lighthouse, one of only two circular lighthouses that can be found in all of Canada.
Learn Something New at the Canadian Museum of Immigration
Canada has a long tradition of welcoming people from other countries into the nation, and providing them with a place to live, work, and raise their families. The best place to learn about this incredible tradition of hospitality is at the Canadian Museum of Immigration in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The museum is located on a pier and it informs visitors about what it was like to arrive at this pier as an immigrant from 1928 – 1971, about the lives of those people, and how they have contributed to Canada.
Get Close to Sea Life at Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada
Since Canada is a country with a great deal of coastline, the waters are extremely rich with marine life, and if you visit the Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada in Toronto you won’t even need to get your feet wet to get up close to it. With around 13,500 beautiful sea creatures, there is always plenty to see. Some of the more unique species you will find in the aquarium are the upside-down jelly, whitespotted bamboo sharks, and unicorn surgeonfish.
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