The Ontario Signature Experiences program is a collection of incredible, world-class experiences and features exciting destinations and dynamic experiences that create unique memories for every traveller. Whether ‘must-do’, ‘must-see’ or ‘must-dine’, Ontario Signatures Experiences will enhance every traveller’s appreciation for outstanding urban and outdoor adventures throughout the province.
Impeccable service & elegance are features of both the 85-foot yacht Grace Anne II and the new resort (on a private island)
One of the top repertory companies in the world featuring musicals, comedies and provocative dramas.
Wide range of programs for beginners to experts yo improve their skills in this friendly and beautiful environment.
Prepare farm-fresh food with a talented chef and food writer in an 1830s farmhouse and sample award-winning vintages during a winery tour of Huff Estates.
Massive underground bunker, meant to house Canadian government officials in the event of a nuclear war.
Experience the charm and immerse yourself in the history of Waring House, an elegant country inn and cookery school featuring the culinary tradition of the county.
Live the life of an Algonquin voyageur as you hike backcountry trails, island hop by canoe, enjoy a campfire-cooked meal and relax in a rustic Algonquin log cabin.
Unplug and experience off-grid living in Algonquin Park as you paddle, hike and bike across the wilderness – ending each day by the fireplace in a cosy, 120-year-old cabin.
Sailing day trips, multi day trips and charters; see the rugged beauty of Lake Superior.
Pedestrian-only area featuring over 70 cultural and retail establishments in Victorian-era buildings of the Gooderham & Worts whiskey distillery
World's highest full circle hands-free walk on a 5 ft (1.5 m) wide ledge encircling the top of the CN Tower's main pod, 116 storeys above the ground!
Travel in a replica 36-foot Voyageur canoe along the same rugged, unspoiled coastline that was paddled by Canada’s First Nations people and fur-trading voyageurs nearly two centuries ago. Voyageur canoes are 36-feet long, five feet wide and carry 12 to 14 paddlers, plus their supplies.
Guided day and multi day trips - canoeing, kayaking, stand up paddling and hiking.
Family fun and entertainment on deck as you cruise the 1000 Islands. A Canadian Signature Experience.
Uncover minerals, fossils, and geological wonders that have been 1.5 billion years in the making.
Wildly popular attraction where 1,000 animals roam free in an expansive drive-through reserve.
Exploring Canada’s Flavours Indulge in incredible Canadian cuisine prepared with traditional French techniques by some of the world’s best-trained chefs at Le Cordon Bleu’s stunning historical downtown Ottawa location.
Experience the sights, sounds and smells of the city on a guided tour or on your own. Over 300 km of recreational pathways link the site!
Presents the country's national art collection and outstanding international exhibitions throughout the year.
Engages visitors with the wonder of aviation and aerospace through its spectacular collection.
Canada’s rich military history from earliest times to the present, featuring the experiences of people on the battlefields and at home.
Step aboard the S.S. Keewatin, the last existing Edwardian passenger ship in the world and a true living artefact of Canadian histor
One day train tour through stunning wilderness. Fantastic for fall colour viewing!
This package offers the first day white-water rafting (12-person rafts) on the mighty Ottawa River and your second day relaxing at the OWL lakeside resort. It combines the longest river trip (five fun-filled hours of white-water thrills) on the Ottawa River with a gourmet BBQ meal aboard our Boat.
Experience some of the best rafting in the world on the Ottawa River, just minutes from Canada’s capital – from gentle family rafting to high-adrenaline whitewater adventures.
Experience the beauty of the St. Lawrence River as you cruise past the Palaces and Palisades, a Canadian Signature Experiences.
As interpreted by your Indigenous guide, learn of the different local plant life used by First Nations People for edible, practical and medicinal purposes, and take in local legends and historical facts of Manitoulin.
Browse Indigenous galleries, sample authentic cuisine and learn traditions like beading or spirit rock painting.