It’s the best way to see Toronto from the water! A cruise with Toronto Harbour Tours lets you enjoy the scenic Toronto skyline, and gives you a close up look at the beautiful Toronto Islands and waterfront. Hop on one of the frequent boat tours and enjoy entertaining and informative narration live from a professional captain.

What’s Included

  • 50-minute tours of Toronto’s Harbour departing every hour
  • A professional and friendly crew to provide you with entertaining and insightful information about everything in town

What To Expect

Explore the many breathtaking views and attractions while sightseeing on one of the Toronto Harbour Tours or on a private charter. The main sightseeing attractions include:

THE WATERFRONT – The beautifully restored Queens Quay Terminal warehouse is home to high end shopping, restaurants, and waterfront living. The Harbourfront Centre is the cultural hub of the waterfront. It hosts several art galleries, workshops, and activities for all ages. You’ll enjoy views of the many boats docked along the show at Toronto’s downtown marinas and check out some of the antique tall ships as well! Plus, see the HTO park; Toronto’s newest “urban beach”.

THE TORONTO ISLANDS –  The Toronto Islands are home to acres of Toronto’s most scenic park space. While you’re there, you can enjoy CentreVille, a fun-filled amusement park just steps away from where the Toronto Harbour Tour can drop you off. You can also Rent Bikes and Boats to explore the extent of the islands on it’s many bike paths or lagoons. Enjoy a meal at one of three Licensed Restaurants or bring your own food and find one of the islands many picnic tables. Explore stunning Lush Gardens and Sandy Beaches that stretch along the avenue of the islands and the south shore. Check out Toronto’s Oldest Structure, Gibralter’s Point Light House and its 200-year-old history. Or just marvel at the beautiful island homes.

THE SKYLINE – The breathtaking sights of the city skyline include The CN Tower standing at a whopping 553 m tall. The Rogers Center, which is Toronto’s major sports stadium home to the Toronto Blue Jays and the Toronto Argonaughts. This building is famous for its innovative retractable roof. The financial towers are the tallest skyscrapers in Toronto’s skyline and are home to the biggest banks in Canada.