With reopening now underway, Toronto’s biggest attractions are starting to welcome visitors back. As of January 31st, Ontario is allowing gyms, bars, restaurants, and more to reopen at 50% capacity, along with museums, galleries, and all other popular destinations, with proof of vaccination in effect.

The CN Tower announced that its observation levels and 360 Restaurant will reopen on January 31st, along with limited bookings for EdgeWalk for spring 2022. Visitors will have to buy timed tickets in advance to visit the city’s sky-high attraction.

The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) has announced on its website that it will resume regular opening hours beginning Tuesday, February 1st.

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Immersive exhibitions like Beyond Monet, Immersive Van Gogh, and Immersive Klimt are welcoming visitors back starting on Thursday, February 3rd.

Toronto’s Casa Loma plans to reopen for touring on Wednesday, February 2nd. The castle’s restaurants, including the world’s best Italian restaurant Don Alfonso 1890, will reopen for indoor dining on January 31st.

Ripley’s Aquarium confirmed to Curiocity that it will open to the public on January 31st, as well as The Hockey Hall of Fame and the Gardiner Museum.

The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) will also open on Monday with the launch of its new exhibition gallery The Willner Madge Gallery, Dawn of Life.

The Aga Khan Museum has confirmed that it will open on Thursday, February 3rd and The Toronto Zoo will open on February 10th.

Other popular destinations in Ontario are announcing their reopening plans as well. As of Monday, Niagara’s Journey Behind the Falls opens to visitors as well as the Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory.