Come Early – Stay Longer – Five Attractions in Toronto with the City Pass

Aug 25, 2022

If you are coming to Toronto to attend the AGM and Conference or if live in Toronto, you need to know about The CityPass. Admittance into 5 attractions within a nine-day period all for $105 (4 – 12yrs $72).

Your nine-day window to visit all 5 attractions doesn’t start until you use it the first time. So if your plans change you can keep the pass for another time. The pass is fully refundable for 365 days as long as you don’t activate it. It includes:

The Royal Ontario Museum, Ripley’s Aquarium, Casa Loma and The CN Tower and one of either The Science Center or The Toronto Zoo.

The pass and full instructions are available on

While at the Conference:

We highly recommend you take the time for a walk, a nip, a shop or a view in Toronto’s unique Victorian era Distillery District. Enjoy its European ambiance just minutes from the hotel. We are busy planning a tour of the distillery district on Friday Oct 25 including a tasting, snack and walking tour.

Thursday Oct 24 we will be taking a trip up the CN Tower before lunch (and hopefully a tour) just around the corner at the Steam Whistle Brewery.

Other activities in the planning are a Haunted Walk on Wednesday evening at 8:15 near the hotel Ghosts, graveyards, hangings, and haunts. Hear some of the most spine-tingling ghost stories from the earliest days of the city, including haunted theatres, unsolved mysteries, and the terrifying encounters at Mackenzie House.

Stand by while we plan the most suitable outings to make your visit wonderful!

Early bird AGM and Conference pricing ends on September 4th, 2022. Hurry up and register today!

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