Discover the best top things to do in Maple, Canada including Exclusive Sport Rentals, Mackenzie Glen District Park, Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts, McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Promenade Shopping Centre, Boyd Conservation Area, Sanctuary Day Spas, Vaughan Mills, Reptilia Zoo and Education Centre, Planet Play.
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5 based on 103 reviews
Exclusive Sport Rentals is your one-stop shop for all of your sports equipment rental needs in Ontario. No matter where your adventure leads you - on water, snow, land, or maybe even catching some air, we'll get you there with the latest equipment. Whether you're water skiing, jet skiing, mountain or road biking, skiing or snowboarding, we will make your next adventure unforgettable!
I've rented twice from Exclusive sports now from groups of 8+ to a group with just 3 sets - Exclusive Sport Rentals has always come through and was quick, knowledgeable and extremely friendly throughout the whole experience. All the gear was in great shape and they were able to answer many questions I had about the sport itself. Will definitely be renting from here again :)
4.5 based on 13 reviews
4.5 based on 89 reviews
It is so nice to have a professional theatre venue north of the city WITH PARKING! It's so much easier to navigate this area than downtown Toronto. And it's nice to have big acts come here, yet the atmosphere is cosy and intimate. Beautifully luxurious inside.
4.5 based on 384 reviews
Canadian art and stories - through a distinctly Canadian art experience.The McMichael Canadian Art Collection offers its visitors a unique and truly Canadian experience. From the art within the gallery on its walls to the surrounding landscape, the McMichael is the perfect gallery for an introduction to Canada's art, its peoples, their cultures and their history.Renowned for its devotion to collecting only Canadian art, the McMichael permanent collection consists of almost 6,000 artworks by Tom Thomson, the Group of Seven, their contemporaries, and First Nations, Inuit and other artists who have made a contribution to Canada's artistic heritage.The gallery welcomes on average 100,000 visitors annually.Intriguing. Inviting. Inspiring.The McMichael Canadian Art Collection is a major public art gallery devoted solely to collecting Canadian art. The gallery offers visitors the unique opportunity to enjoy Canadian landscape paintings in the woodland setting that inspired them. Plus the McMichael brings internationally acclaimed touring Exhibitions to its audience, providing a broader context for the collection and also reflecting today's audience's higher demand and interest in art. The McMichael's goal is to bring visitors diverse, creative, high-quality, thought-provoking Exhibitions, in order to continually keep its audience engaged and interested.Built of fieldstone and hand-hewn logs, the McMichael houses thirteen exhibition galleries and is situated amid 100 acres of serene conservation land. Floor-to-ceiling windows enable visitors to enjoy marvellous views of the densely wooded Humber River Valley.Through a network of outdoor paths and hiking trails, visitors can discover outdoor sculptures and wander the McMichael Cemetery where six Group of Seven members and gallery co-founders Robert and Signe McMichael have been laid to rest.See. Do. Discover.The McMichael displays a wide range of Exhibitions each year, and offers a stimulating array of programs and events for people of all ages. They include curators' lectures, tours, music Performances, kids' camps, workshops, school programs and hands-on art activities.Experience Canada in a day at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection.
Really enjoyed this visit to see the special exhibits of the Directors Cut and the Group of Seven guitar project. It is a worthwhile trip just for the regular collection but it is best to experience the impact of the attentions of curators. Highly recommended!
4 based on 77 reviews
The Promenade has been around since the 80"s but has really never fully caught on.
Over the years it has had interesting tenants but today it is saddled with Sears as the anchor. Sears is a total disaster and drags the entire place down.
Now, with new owners who are committed to find a formula that will work, there is hope for the future. My suggestion is to boot Sears and attract Simons or a small Saks. They will both draw.
Hopefully in the next few years the mall will be improved.
4.5 based on 34 reviews
4.5 based on 340 reviews
Recently renovated with a sophisticated European decor, the Sanctuary Day Spa in Vaughan is the city's premier day spa, an urban retreat of the highest standard with a full range of spa services. Conveniently located on Rutherford Rd. Close to Vaughan Mills Shopping Mall and Paramount Canada's Wonderland.
a lovely service. a bit cold in the room. I was not crazy about the setup of the facial beds...head-to-head, as opposed to side-by-side. the point of being together in the same room was to spend time with each other and enjoy the service. we couldn't see one another in the setup of the beds. so kind of pointless in that regard. but the service was good.
4 based on 620 reviews
Welcome to Canada’s premier outlet destination, a place where family-friendly fun, fashion outlets, dining and entertainment equals a destination you have to experience to believe. Looking for the perfect day that pleases both kids and parents alike? Vaughan Mills provides a can’t-miss experience for every interest.World-class attractions like LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre and Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World are perfect for entertaining both young and old. The world’s leading fashion and lifestyle brands await you, including: hr2 Holt Renfrew, J. Crew Factory, Victoria's Secret, UGG Australia Outlet, DKNY, Saks OFF 5TH, Calvin Klein, Michael Kors Outlet, Sephora, Lacoste Outlet, A|X Armani Exchange Outlet, Banana Republic Factory Store, and many more. Located in the city of Vaughan, just 32 kilometres north of downtown Toronto, this incredible entertainment and outlet destination is easily accessible along Highway 400 northbound. Enjoy hassle-free transportation with the Vaughan Mills Shopping Shuttle. Roundtrip, daily departures leave from Toronto’s Union Station between June – September, and returns for Black Friday thru to December 26. Shop and Stay packages, Gift With Purchase and Savings Booklets available for Tourists.
This is a good mall for inexpensive lady's apparel, shoes, and children's apparel. Unfortunately the selection of men's stuff and non-apparel items has become rather weak. Outdoorsy types might enjoy the Bass Pro shop. Probably not up to the level of the Mills format malls in the States. What is interesting is that there are two sets of outbuildings which are somewhat more localized in format - one set has stores selling furniture and home improvement remodeling, the other is a mixed bag but has some locally owned ethnic restaurants if you don't want food court food.
4 based on 222 reviews
Reptilia is a state of the art 25,000 square foot facility complete with large exhibits showcasing hundreds of different reptiles and amphibians, from giant pythons to massive crocodiles and king cobras. Watch our Cast at work in the nursery, our food preparation area and the venomous workshop! Each day there are a variety of opportunities to interact with our animals and learn from our exceptional Cast Members during our shows, tours and animal feedings! With four reptile feedings every day, free live theatre shows or zoo keeper tours and a chance to interact with the reptiles and the Zoo Cast, Reptilia is a destination worth visiting. Reptilia's Zoo is the first of its kind and it adds another destination to Vaughan's already growing list of attractions.
I jokingly told my son that in spite of the name “This is not a center that educates reptiles”, he rolled his eyes and replied, “Oh really, what was your first clue?” This was our first visit here and while the experience at Reptilia was alright, it was also our last visit here. When I was young I had newts, geckos and African frogs so I was a little curious and a bit interested in checking this place out. Although they do have a very knowledgeable staff and a variety of reptiles on display, personally I wouldn’t call it a zoo and I feel the admission price is a bit steep. At the end of the exhibit there is a cool photo opportunity with a couple of the residents and a live theatre area. Like all attractions you exit the exhibit area into a gift shop souvenir store. While they do not sell reptiles, you can buy books, tanks, food etc. and -shirt or other novelties to remember your visit. If you are into reptiles than you will defiantly enjoy this place otherwise you will most likely find it mildly interesting at best.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Booked a lasertag party for a group of 10 kids. Party room was good with Xbox connect to play. Coffee and balloons were provided along with a hostess. 2 sessions of lasertag w hich the kids enjoyed. We were allowed to setup a bit early which was helpful. Would recommend this place for birthday parties.
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