Toronto Theater Tours
Combine Broadway Shows with Canadian Sightseeing
4 Days | Year - Round
Starting At $Flexible Pricing
On this tour of Toronto, explore must-see attractions and beautiful Canadian sights like Harbor Cruise, Chinatown, and Casa Loma, Canada’s Majestic Castle. Plus, enjoy an evening of theatre for a wonderful group experience.
2023 Show Schedule
U S Tours Flexible Pricing:
- Customizable Comps
- Net Rates
- Luxury or First Class Hotels & Meals
- Motorcoach Transportation & Professional Tour Managers are available
Whatever you want, U S Tours will be happy to structure tour prices to match your needs. Just let us know!
Day 1 – Toronto – Evening at The Distillery Historic District
Arrive today in Toronto, ON where you enjoy a three-night stay. Enjoy an evening at the Distillery Historic District. This arts-and-culture hub is home to galleries, boutiques, restaurants and cafes, as well as a new wave of distilleries and craft breweries. Dinner is on your own this evening.
Day 2 – Casa Loma – Royal Ontario Museum – Shopping in Yorkville – Art Gallery of Ontario – Evening in Chinatown
This morning, tour Casa Loma, Canada’s Majestic Castle. Step back in time to a period of European elegance and splendor. The former home of Canadian financier Sir Henry Pellatt, Canada’s foremost castle is complete with decorated suites, secret passages, an 800-foot tunnel, towers, stables, and beautiful 5-acre estate gardens.
Next, visit the Royal Ontario Museum, Canada’s largest museum. It is home to more than 13 million objects spanning art, culture, and nature. The museum is filled with exhibits that speak to Ontario’s past, present and future identities. With respect to First Peoples art and culture, as well as a broad collection from all around the world, ROM is considered one of the continent’s most important cultural institutions.
Enjoy a break for lunch on own and shopping in Yorkville. Glamourous Yorkville is home to the “Mink Mile,” a strip of Bloor Street West dotted with prestigious designer boutiques like Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Prada and Louis Vuitton. Around the corner, you’ll find Chanel, plus a selection of chic restaurants and discreet medi-spas. Luxe Yorkville was once a hippie enclave, and its artistic roots can be seen in a small handful of upscale galleries that still remain.
The afternoon features a visit to the Art Gallery of Ontario. Nestled in Toronto’s downtown, the Art Gallery of Ontario is a haven for local artists and an inspiring go-to for pop culture enthusiasts. Explore the works of celebrated artists like Van Gogh, Andy Warhol, Yayoi Kusama and more.
Founded in 1900, the museum’s collection spans from 100 A.D. up to present-day and exhibits creative expression in all forms, from music to film, graphic art to experiential media, and more. Past exhibitions have showcased the works of David Bowie, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Stanley Kubrick and the famous synesthetic artist Kusama.
This evening visit Chinatown, one of Toronto’s oldest and most dynamic neighborhoods. You’ll find bustling produce markets that spill out onto the street, numerous shops and food stalls, neon signs and a plethora of cuisines (not only Chinese— here’s a strong Vietnamese contingent too, for example).
Dinner in own your own. Chinatown is crammed with fresh produce markets, eclectic gift shops and restaurants serving all types of authentic Asian food. Experience the culturally-diverse wonders of East Asia – without ever leaving Toronto! (B)
Day 3 – CN Tower – St Lawrence Market – Harbor Tour – Toronto Inukshuk Park – Dinner & Show
Start the day with a visit to CN Tower. Meet you at the Top! Discover spectacular views, from the LookOut Level at 346 m (1,136 ft.), including EdgeWalk viewing at BaseCamp 3.0, dare to walk on air on the world-famous Glass Floor at 342m (1,122 ft.) with outdoor SkyTerrace, and access to attractions, informational displays and more.
Then enjoy some free time and lunch on own at the St. Lawrence Market. This iconic landmark is a culinary hotspot featuring more than 120 merchants and farmers in three buildings. There are many restaurants, artisans and specialty food vendors offering visitors the unique and lively atmosphere of an authentic farmers’ market. You can also visit the Market Gallery with changing exhibits dedicated to Toronto’s art, culture and history.
The afternoon includes a Harbor Boat Tour. Enjoy this narrated sightseeing tour of Toronto’s beautiful harbor and stunning islands. See breathtaking views of Canada’s most dynamic city…from towering skyscrapers to the tranquil and famous Toronto Islands. Make sure to bring your camera for postcard picture shots of Toronto and its skyline!
Dinner is included tonight at a popular Toronto restaurant followed by an evening of Theater. Did you know, the Toronto Theater District contains the largest concentration of stage theaters in Canada. It is the third largest English-speaking theater district in the world, after West End in London and Broadway, New York. See list of upcoming shows below. (B,D)
2023 Show Schedule
- Sept 23 to Dec 17 – SIX The Musical
- Sept 26 to Nov 12 – In Dream A New Musical
- Oct 24 to Nov 26 – Jagged Little Pill
- Dec 9-Jan 21 – 42nd Street
- Dec 27 – Jan6 – Chicago
- Feb 15-March 17 – Disney’s Aladdin
- March 26 to June 1 – Les Miserables
- June 18-July 18 – Tina: The Tina Turner Musical
Day 4 – Depart for Home
This morning your group will start for home, or perhaps you will add a day or two in Niagara Falls or Montreal. (B)