Visiting Gay Toronto

Published Date Author: , August 24th, 2014

Gay Travel: Toronto to Host DREAM Leather Fetish Party on October 13thThe Church Street area in Toronto, Ontario, is a gay hotspot on any given day, but things turned up a notch for WorldPride this year. Over three days in June, the city was overrun with not only a massive parade but separate Dyke and Trans marches plus a street festival complete with eight stages of live entertainment welcoming more than 1.2 million people…

Take a day trip to the Toronto Zoo, which has more than 5,000 animals, or head into the tunnels beneath Niagara Falls, the Hornblower Cruise will take tourists right up close and personal to the water so don a plastic poncho they provide.

On the drive back, stop at Peller Estates Winery for lunch and samples. The staff is knowledgeable and very attentive plus the break in Toronto traffic will be a relief.

There are numerous places to shop in unique stores in the gaybourhood while the Queer West Village offers even more options. The Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art in this area contains collections exploring identity and art combined.

The Ryerson Image Centre is a new cultural destination displaying multi media and photos. Look for international food at Crown Princess Fine Dining for dim sum and decorations of gold bling, or grab meat on a stick at the new Copacabana, which not only offer loads of protein but entertainment as well, in the form of acrobats and Brazilian dancers. La Societe packs a mean brunch so don’t miss this the morning after partying at clubs like Woody’s and Buddies.

By Jerry Nunn – Full Story at Windy City Times | Toronto Gay Travel Resources

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