You may be surprised at how much culture one city can hold. Toronto is a city rich in heritage. Here are a few cultural things to do in Toronto.
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IT’LL BE MUSIC TO YOUR EARS
Toronto Opera Evening
What screams culture more than the opera? Enjoy a lovely pre-theatre dinner for two at the Note Bene, one of Toronto’s outstanding dining establishments. After your meal, the Canadian Opera awaits at the Four Seasons Centre for Performing Arts. Take your seat and lose yourself in the opera of your choice. This world-renowned producer of Canadian opera will delight you with its tradition and artistic innovation that attracts national and international talent.
Toronto’s Botanical Garden
If your cultural tastes lean more towards botany, Toronto has 17 award-winning gardens available to tour. Have your own private tour for two in the spectacular Toronto Botanical Garden, customised to your tastes and interests. When you are done enjoying the many themed gardens, you will take a luxury car to Edulis, where you will taste Spanish inspiration in the multi-cultural dishes. The Chef bring experience from the dining rooms, kitchens and forests of Spain, France, Italy, Panama and Canada.
EATING IS BELIEVING
European Carte Blanche Dinner for Two at Edulis
Eating is just another one of those cultural things to do in Toronto. Eating at Edulis, however, it’s more than just a meal. Enjoy the eight course carte blanche menu for two, specially reserved for TRULY guests.
When you arrive, you will each be greeted with a glass of wine. You will then be able to enjoy the unique and global tastes of the number one restaurant in Canada. With its warm atmosphere, you will feel like joining in the celebration of cooking, sharing and good food.
The Chef, Michel Caballo, changes the dishes often to reflect the season.
When In CANADA…
Hockey Hall of Fame
Do you live and breathe sports, but are looking to experience something a little more cultural? The Hockey Hall of Fame will add the culture of the sport and Canada to your life.
Up to 16 guests can enjoy a private, after-hours rental of the Hockey Hall of Fame. You will have exclusive use of the whole museum to view the exhibits and interact with the games. Before you leave, each guest will have a photo taken with the Stanley Cup, printed and ready to take home.
You will also enjoy a three-course dinner at the Esso Great Hall, in all its 19th Century magnificence. While you eat, you can see all the major NHL trophies, as this room is their home.
IT’S NATURALLY CULTURAL
Cultural Evening for Two at the Royal Ontario Museum
The crown jewel of cultural things to do in Toronto is a visit the Royal Ontario Museum (affectionately known as the ROM.)
Combine history and culture with a private, hour-long evening tour for two at the ROM. You will receive admission for two, and choose from eight themes of the richest collections of world cultures and history to tour. Since your admission includes the entire ROM, you can come early or stay after your tour to enjoy the rest of the exhibits.
After you are done experiencing the ROM, you can enjoy a six-course tasting menu dinner for two at the award-winning Opus Restaurant. Taste the ever-changing seasonal menu in a warm, inviting Victorian neighbourhood.