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Coupons for Attractions in Toronto

Kathy is a freelance writer from Canada who is always on the lookout for fun things to do with her family.

Downtown Toronto, with a view of the CN Tower in the distance.

Downtown Toronto, with a view of the CN Tower in the distance.

If you're planning a trip to Toronto, you will undoubtedly want to visit some of its many attractions. To help save money on your trip, it is a good idea to check for money-saving coupons on the places that you would like to visit. Coupons for attractions in Toronto can save you anywhere from 10% to 50% or even more off the price of regular admission.

This article highlights some of the best deals and places to find discounts on popular Toronto attractions.

Toronto CityPASS

For visitors wanting to see some of the most popular tourist attractions on their trip to Toronto, the Toronto CityPASS can be a great money-saving option.

The pass includes admissions to the CN Tower, Casa Loma, Royal Ontario Museum, Ripley's Aquarium of Canada and either the Toronto Zoo or Ontario Science Centre, and saves you 41% of the cost of admission tickets if purchased individually at regular prices. It can be purchased online or at any of the participating attractions. Passes are valid for nine consecutive days once they're first used. Once you have the pass, you can avoid waiting in the ticket line-ups at each of the attractions.

The cost of the passes bought on-site (as of May 2016) is:

Adults (ages 13+): $72.00 + $9.36 tax = $81.36 CDN

Children (4-12): $46.00 + $5.98 tax = $51.98 CDN

If you buy the passes online, there is also a processing fee of $1.39 per pass.

The CityPass is a great deal if you are planning to visit all of the included attractions. Keep in mind that the Ontario Science Centre and Toronto Zoo are located a fair distance from downtown Toronto. While it is possible to travel to these places by public transit, it will take quite awhile - something to keep in mind, especially if you have young children.

Attractions included in the Toronto CityPASS

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Attractions Ontario coupons

Attractions Ontario publishes a tourism magazine called Summer Passport every spring. This travel guide contains information on tourist attractions and events taking place throughout Ontario. It also contains dozens of coupons for attractions in Ontario, many of which are in the Toronto area. You can save hundreds of dollars with these coupons. This magazine can found in travel centres, tourism offices and many hotel lobbies across the province. You can also order one by calling Attractions Ontario.

In addition to the coupons in the magazine, you can also find many printable coupons on the Attractions Ontario website. Printable coupons for Toronto attractions available as of May 2016 include:

10% off admission to Casa Loma

15% off CN Tower general admission ticket

20% off Ontario Science Centre tickets

$4 off Hockey Hall of Fame tickets for up to 5 people

$3 off LEGOLand Discovery Centre Toronto

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$20 off Toronto Food Tours

20% off Second City comedy club tickets

$8 off Canada's Wonderland tickets

Discounted prices for Medieval Times Dinner Theatre, Centre Island theme park and many more.

Other places to get coupons for Toronto attractions and activities

In addition to the resources listed above, you may also want to check the following for additional coupons and discount offers:

  • Deal websites like Groupon, and WagJag often have special offers for local Toronto attractions that can save you a substantial amount of money.
  • Toronto coupon book - Although most of the coupons in these books are for dining and shopping, you will also find some coupons for attractions and activities, such as comedy clubs, the Hockey Hall of Fame and sightseeing tours. Digital coupons are also available on this site.
  • Many hotel lobbies have information stands with maps, tourism magazines and brochures from local attractions. These often contain coupons for discounted admissions.
  • If you have CAA or AAA membership, you may be able to get discounted admissions to local sporting events and attractions such as the Hockey Hall of Fame, museums and Toronto Zoo. Check the rewards section of your membership website for available discounts.
  • Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) Metropass holders can buy discounted admissions to certain Toronto attractions. Check the TTC website for a full list of available discounts.
  • Always check the website of any attraction you are planning to visit before you go. Many offer discounted admissions for tickets purchased online prior to your visit. For example, Ripley's Aquarium offers a $3 discount on timed-entry tickets purchased online prior to your visit.

Toronto Attractions Listing, Prices and Coupons

*Prices and discount offers current as of March 31, 2016. Subject to change.

AttractionIncluded in Toronto CityPASS?Regular Ticket PricesOperating SeasonDiscount Coupons available through:

Art Gallery of Ontario


Adults: $19.50 Seniors: $16 Youth/Students: $11 Children 5 & under: Free Family Pass: $49

Open year round. Closed Mondays


Bata Shoe Museum


Adults: $14 Seniors: $12 Students: $8 Youth (5-17): $5 Children under 5: Free Family Pass: $35

Open daily, year round. Closed December 25 & Good Friday.

Attractions Ontario

Casa Loma


Adults: $18.19 Seniors & Youth (14-17): $12.95 Children (4-13): $10 Children 3 & under: Free

Open year round. Closed December 25.

Toronto CityPASS, Attractions Ontario

Centre Island / Centreville


Admission to Island is free. All-day ride passes: Children 4' and under: $21.90 Over 4': $30.97 Family pass: $96

Open daily from June 2-September 3 and weekends in May & September.

Discounted ticket prices by ordering online at

CN Tower


Adults (13-64): $23.99-$29.99 Seniors (65+): $21.99-$27.99 Children (4-12): $15.99-$21.99 Children 3 & under: Free

Open daily year round. Closed December 25.

Toronto CityPASS

Hockey Hall of Fame


General: $17.50 Seniors (65+): $13 Youth (4-13): $11 Children 3 & under: Free

Open daily year round. Closed December 25, January 1 and November 12.

Attractions Ontario, CAA

Medieval Times


General: $63.95 Children 12 & under: $40.95 Children under 3: Free

Open year round. Schedule varies.

Attractions Ontario, website, Sign-up online for B1G1 free admission on your birthday.

Ontario Science Centre


Adults: $22 Seniors (65+) Students & Youth (13-17): $16 Children (4-12):$13 Children 3 & under: Free

Open daily, year round. Closed December 25.

Toronto CityPASS, Attractions Ontario, CAA

Rogers Centre Tour Experience


Adults: $16 Seniors & Youth: $12 Children: $10

Schedule varies - consult website. printable coupon, Tourism Toronto

Royal Ontario Museum


Adults: $15 Seniors (65+))& Students: $13.50 Children (4-14): $12 Children 3 & under: Free

Open daily, year round. Closed December 25.

Toronto CityPASS, CAA

Toronto Harbour Tours


Adults: $24.95 Seniors & Students: $22.95 Children (2-12): $14.95

Runs fromApril to October 31.

Attractions Ontario, save 20% on online orders on

Toronto Zoo


Adults (13-64): $20 Seniors (65+): $15 Children (4-12): $11 Children 3 & under: Free

Open daily year round. Closed December 25.

Toronto CityPASS, CAA

Toronto Travel Guide

Free places to visit in Toronto

Another way to save money on a trip to Toronto is to seek out events and sights that don't cost you any money at all! See the map below for some free attractions to get you started:

* All information is current as of May 2016. Prices, discounts, and offers are subject to change.


Kathy Sima (author) from Ontario, Canada on November 22, 2012:

Thanks for stopping by, Prasetio! I hope you make it to Toronto some day. :)

prasetio30 from malang-indonesia on November 22, 2012:

Toronto...I am coming. Nice review and I found many beautiful attractions in Toronto. I'll put it on my travel list. Thanks for writing and share with us. Voted up!


Kathy Sima (author) from Ontario, Canada on November 15, 2012:

Thanks Bill! Once I started searching, I was actually quite amazed how many discount coupons there were available.

Bill Holland from Olympia, WA on November 15, 2012:

I've never been to Toronto; great job on this hub! Wonderful research and a great guide source.

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