In a search for Canada’s top tourist sites this year, we found some of the most popular sites in the country, but there are plenty of others worth checking out too.
In this guide to some of our favorite tourist spots in the Great White North, we highlight the best options in each of the country’s major cities.
The Great White, in the east, is Canada’s largest city.
In its heyday, it was the capital of the British Empire, where it is home to Canada’s first Parliament.
The city has become a centre for international tourism and is also home to the National Museum of Canada.
The surrounding area is home of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
The Canadian Heritage Museum is also a must-see.
Located just a few minutes outside of the city, the museum houses a collection of over 40,000 items from the countrys history and culture.
This is a must see for Canadians, but the best places to visit in the city are just a short drive away.
In the northeast corner of the Great North is St. John’s, the capital city of Newfoundland.
St. Johns is home for a number of historic places, including the historic Fort John and the famous St. Louis Arch, which is one of the oldest structures in Canada.
St John’s also hosts the St. Joseph’s Cathedral, which was originally built by Saint Joseph in the early 1700s.
The cathedral is also one of only two places in Newfoundland to feature a replica of the famous Golden Fleece, and its location is one reason why it is one the best tourist destinations in the province.
This historic cathedral was restored in the 1960s.
While St. Mary’s Cathedral is one-of-a-kind, its location near the city’s historic downtown area is an ideal spot to take in the historic sights.
The historic St. Nicholas Cathedral in St. Andrews, Ontario is a tourist attraction.
This building was built in the late 1700s and has a long history, including a visit by Queen Elizabeth II.
It also holds the largest collection of the Catholic faith’s most precious relics.
The St. Thomas Cathedral, located in London, is a national treasure.
This famous Gothic church is a landmark of the English capital.
The site is home both to the British royal family and the Duke of Edinburgh.
The building is also where the original Westminster Abbey was built, where the church is the first church built in Britain after the Reformation.
The church is famous for its stained glass windows, as well as its beautiful stained glass ceiling.
If you’re looking for a place to see the sights of London in winter, St. James’s Cathedral in Manchester, New Hampshire is a great option.
This cathedral is one that’s best enjoyed in summer, when it’s hot and sunny.
With the citys skyline in the background, it’s an ideal place to visit.
Located at the edge of the town of Manchester, this cathedral is home primarily to Anglican and Catholic clergy.
In addition to the cathedral, there are many other beautiful places to see in the area, including New England’s oldest lighthouse and its landmark lighthouse, the Old Bridge.