Find Things to Do in...
Search
Tours & Things to Do

More Great Destinations

Take time to explore tours and activities in these amazing destinations:


Shop With Confidence
  • Low Price Guarantee
  • Only Top Quality Tour and Activity Companies
  • 100% Secure Transactions
  • No Hidden Fees
  • 500,000+ Satisfied Customers
Why Book With Us
  • Save Money:

    Booking ahead will almost always save you money.

  • Save Time:

    You've got better things to do than wait in ticket lines.

  • Get The Tour You Want:

    Booking online means you get first pick of available tours.


Contact Us
Search by Category
Recommended Activities
Advanced Search
Canada Tours and Activities

Visiting Canada? TourCorp has the best selection of tours and the lowest prices! Reserve your tours and activities today and relax when you arrive! See what other travelers have to say about our most popular tours and activities.


Waiting in line is for tourists! Be a savvy visitor - save time and money by booking online. You'll love our easy "Shop and Go" tickets!

Destinations

On Sale

Here are your 1381 search results for Tours, Attractions & Activities in Canada

Peller Estates Winery Tasting

Peller Estates Winery Tasting - Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada

Duration: Flexible
Location: Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada

From USD
$3.97

Go to Peller Estates Winery, the 2014 Winery of the Year, for a tasting flight of three of its Private Reserve VQA wines. Sample some of Winemaker Katie Dickieson’s top blends at the #1 Winery in Niagara rated by Huffington Post ... More info ›

Go to Peller Estates Winery, the 2014 Winery of the Year, for a tasting flight of three of its Private Reserve VQA wines. Sample some of Winemaker Katie Dickieson’s top blends at the #1 Winery in Niagara rated by Huffington Post. This offer is available during regular business hours only. Some restrictions apply. Must be 19+ years of age. Space is based on a first-come-first-serve basis. Please present voucher to staff member upon arrival.

Savor life at Peller Estates Winery, where winemaker Katie Dickieson and winery chef and TV personality Jason Parsons work together to create Canada’s most creative wine and food experiences.

First present your voucher to the walk-up Estate Winery bar located in the Retail Boutique. Any of the staff members will be happy to begin your tasting experience. Sample an extraordinary range of wines from the delightful sparkling Rosé to the powerhouse Signature Series. Then relax and enjoy your tasting in a boutique tasting bar, while a wine expert explains tasting notes for each sample. Wine choices for tasting change daily from Peller Estate's selection of VQA wines. 

After your tasting, you can explore the winery, including the Peller Estates Winery Restaurant. Awarded the highest Zagat rating ‘Extraordinary', the restaurant offers sweeping vineyard views and sumptuous wine and food pairings that evolve with the changing seasons. The warm ambiance makes it easy to relax and enjoy life’s simple pleasures. This is especially true for Peller Estate's Wine Club Members who receive a complimentary tasting of our featured wines.   

Less info

Aleksander Estate Winery Tour and Tasting

Aleksander Estate Winery Tour and Tasting - Kingsville, Canada

Duration: Flexible
Location: Kingsville, Canada

From USD
$3.97

Sample beautiful, handcrafted wines on this 45-minute tasting and vineyard tour at Aleksander Estate Winery on the north shore of Lake Erie.  Sip classical French varietals such as delicate Pinot Gris and full-bodied Cabernet Sauvignon or try a series of specialty fruit wines exclusive to the region.  All wines are made with grapes from locally sourced, small-lot vineyards that best express the unique character and personality of the region. 

At the same latitude as Tuscany, the north shore of Lake Erie is quickly gaining recognition as one of North America’s premier grape-growing regions.  With long, warm summers moderated by constant breezes from the lake, the region boasts Canada’s longest growing season for wine-quality grapes.  More importantly, multiple micro-climates allow winemakers the flexibility to grow a range of varietals, from thick-skinned Bordeaux grapes like Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc to the more delicate Chardonnay and Pinot Noir closer to the water.

Aleksander Estate Winery offers a full-range of experiences for both the seasoned wine lover and grape novice alike.  Sample lightly-chilled whites and full-bodied reds while walking through the vineyard, learning how the small, sweet berries become wine.  See how the grapes are picked, stored, crushed, and converted into alcohol in a process that combines modern science with age-old tradition ... More info ›

Sample beautiful, handcrafted wines on this 45-minute tasting and vineyard tour at Aleksander Estate Winery on the north shore of Lake Erie.  Sip classical French varietals such as delicate Pinot Gris and full-bodied Cabernet Sauvignon or try a series of specialty fruit wines exclusive to the region.  All wines are made with grapes from locally sourced, small-lot vineyards that best express the unique character and personality of the region. 

At the same latitude as Tuscany, the north shore of Lake Erie is quickly gaining recognition as one of North America’s premier grape-growing regions.  With long, warm summers moderated by constant breezes from the lake, the region boasts Canada’s longest growing season for wine-quality grapes.  More importantly, multiple micro-climates allow winemakers the flexibility to grow a range of varietals, from thick-skinned Bordeaux grapes like Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc to the more delicate Chardonnay and Pinot Noir closer to the water.

Aleksander Estate Winery offers a full-range of experiences for both the seasoned wine lover and grape novice alike.  Sample lightly-chilled whites and full-bodied reds while walking through the vineyard, learning how the small, sweet berries become wine.  See how the grapes are picked, stored, crushed, and converted into alcohol in a process that combines modern science with age-old tradition.  Enter the rustic yet chic tasting room and discover new wines and revisit old favorites.  End the 4-wine tasting with one of the winery’s specialty fruit wines, unique to the winery and exclusive to the region. 

For those looking to enhance their tasting experience, select the special Cheese and Wine pairing consisting of 3 local, artisan cheeses and an olive medley with bread. You’ll be happy you did!

Less info

Museum of Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal

Museum of Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal - Montreal, Canada
Star Rating

Duration: Flexible
Location: Montreal, Canada

From USD
$3.97

Saint Joseph's Oratory Museum, located in the heart of the Basilica, is principally dedicated to sacred art. It offers a treasure of religious, historical and artistic heritage from Quebec and abroad.

The Oratory owns an impressive collection of art work related to the life of the Holy Family and Saint Joseph. 

Temporary exhibit
: Saint Joseph in Montréal (from June 1, 2017)
The museum will present Joseph, the father of Jesus, as an important saint in Montréal ... More info ›

Saint Joseph's Oratory Museum, located in the heart of the Basilica, is principally dedicated to sacred art. It offers a treasure of religious, historical and artistic heritage from Quebec and abroad.

The Oratory owns an impressive collection of art work related to the life of the Holy Family and Saint Joseph. 

Temporary exhibit
: Saint Joseph in Montréal (from June 1, 2017)
The museum will present Joseph, the father of Jesus, as an important saint in Montréal. This year the city is celebrating its 375 Anniversary.

The permanent exhibit : the Oratory's Nativity Scenes — Its collection of creches forged the Museum's reputation. Around 200 works from Quebec and from over 100 countries make up the permanent exhibit.

Dioramas of Saint Joseph's life : created in 1955 by Montreal Sculptor Joseph Guardo, these life-size dioramas, representing scenes of Saint Joseph's earthly life, continue to captivate all visitors big and small.

Less info

Guided Tour of Cathedral of Holy Trinity

Guided Tour of Cathedral of Holy Trinity  - Quebec City, Canada
Star Rating

Duration: 30 minutes
Location: Quebec City, Canada

From USD
$4.76

Take a 30-minute guided tour of the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, which is the first Anglican cathedral to be built outside the British Isles. It marks the establishment of the Church of England in Canada ... More info ›

Take a 30-minute guided tour of the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, which is the first Anglican cathedral to be built outside the British Isles. It marks the establishment of the Church of England in Canada. This is why King George III, Head of the Church, donated religious objects and why a special pew was kept for him in the cathedral. This is also why the cathedral was built on a prominent spot in the colony’s capital: its monumental appearance makes it a focal point in Upper Town, and the spire was long the tallest structure in Québec City.

After entering the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, you'll be seated in the pews and given a brief introduction of the Cathedral. In 1989, the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada recognized the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity as a place of national historic significance for its historical and architectural values. It is the first Anglican cathedral to be built outside the British Isles.

On your 30-minute guided tour, learn about the erection of the cathedral, such as the architectural style, engineers, architects, and changes to the original structure. Also discover the importance of music in concerts, the main organ, chamber organ, and acoustics.

You'll receive information on the St. Matthews Chapel and on the Royal pew reserved for the monarch or its representative. Afterwards, you'll be asked to stand up and enter the chancel. Information will be given on the stained glass windows, works of art and monuments. Your guide will then take you to the aisle, where you can see altar frontals coming from the coronation of George III and other monarchs.

Next up is the King's Gift Exhibit. This exhibit was awarded the 2015 Award of Excellence given by the Quebec Religious Heritage Council in the Enhancement category. While it was under construction, King George III commissioned the Royal Goldsmiths, Rundell and Bridge, to create an exceptional 10-piece silver Communion Service for the new Cathedral. The altar candlesticks, chalices and other elements are richly adorned, bearing the Arms of the King and of the Diocese of Quebec. This Communion Service is one of the finest examples of Georgian silver plate ever made. Truly a royal gift!

Learn about the Cathedral’s bells, which date from 1830 and are the oldest change-ringing bells in Canada. They were made by the Whitechapel Bell Foundry in London, England, the same foundry that cast Big Ben, the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia, and the great bell “Jean-Baptiste” of Notre-Dame Basilica in Montreal. English change-ringing bells, which are rung in elaborate, changing sequences, are quite rare in Canada. In the whole country, there are only seven bell towers with change-ringing bells.

As the tour comes to an end, your guide will take final questions.

Less info

Booking.com

Bloedel Conservatory Admission Ticket

Bloedel Conservatory Admission Ticket - Vancouver, Canada

Duration: 1 day
Location: Vancouver, Canada

From USD
$5.42

Experience the colors and scents of the tropics year-round! Bloedel Conservatory is a domed lush paradise located in Queen Elizabeth Park atop the City of Vancouver’s highest point. More than 120 free-flying exotic birds, 500 exotic plants and flowers thrive within its temperature-controlled environment. Constructed through a very generous donation from Prentice Bloedel, Bloedel was dedicated at its opening in 1969 “to a better appreciation and understanding of the world of plants."

Whether you are interested in beautifully colored birds, tropical forests and flowers, or the more subtle scents of a healing garden, Bloedel Conservatory offers something for every member of your family ... More info ›

Experience the colors and scents of the tropics year-round! Bloedel Conservatory is a domed lush paradise located in Queen Elizabeth Park atop the City of Vancouver’s highest point. More than 120 free-flying exotic birds, 500 exotic plants and flowers thrive within its temperature-controlled environment. Constructed through a very generous donation from Prentice Bloedel, Bloedel was dedicated at its opening in 1969 “to a better appreciation and understanding of the world of plants."

Whether you are interested in beautifully colored birds, tropical forests and flowers, or the more subtle scents of a healing garden, Bloedel Conservatory offers something for every member of your family.

Wander among 200, colorful free flying birds! You will find red, blue and dwarf Macaws, African parrots, exotic Finches and Chinese pheasants at Bloedel. Don’t be surprised if they answer when you say hello. Chatty parrots and 230 free-flying birds appear effortlessly at home in the exotic environment of Bloedel Conservatory. Handy bird guides and a children’s scavenger hunt are available at the front desk.

Explore the tropical ecosystems! Bloedel Conservatory contains three different climate zones, and demonstrates the importance of habitat protection and plant conservation. Biodiversity greatly increases closer to the equator, and many of the world’s most endangered ecosystems are found there. The first zone is the tropical rain forest. The tropical rain forest habitat is the most complex and diverse ecosystem on earth. One hectare of some rain forests have been found to contain more tree species than exist in all of Canada. next is the subtropical rain forest habitat with brighter light and less humidity is ideal for growing orchids. Banyan and fig trees are the perfect backdrop for these exotic blooms. Finally in the desert zone, humidity is kept low to simulate life in the desert. Succulents and cacti are the stars in this area of the Conservatory. Bloedel Conservatory offers a taste of each these ecosystems.

A healing garden engages the senses and the Bloedel Conservatory does just that. The most obvious of these is sight, but smell, touch, taste and auditory input can all be present. We gain positive effects on our emotional, mental, physical, spiritual, and social well being from being exposed to nature or horticultural activities.

Less info

Montreal Quadricycle Rental

Montreal Quadricycle Rental - Montreal, Canada

Duration: Varies
Location: Montreal, Canada

From USD
$6.62

Explore Montreal’s Old Port in an easy and entertaining way — by quadricycle. A 4-wheeled non-motorized vehicle that’s powered by pedaling, a quadricycle allows you to enjoy the fresh air, see Montreal’s waterfront sights and cover more ground than you would by walking ... More info ›

Explore Montreal’s Old Port in an easy and entertaining way — by quadricycle. A 4-wheeled non-motorized vehicle that’s powered by pedaling, a quadricycle allows you to enjoy the fresh air, see Montreal’s waterfront sights and cover more ground than you would by walking. It's similar to riding a bike, but you get to do it with your friends or family. Choose a 30- or 60-minute rental period.

Your quadricycle rental starts at Jacques Cartier Pier (Quai Jacques-Cartier) in Montreal’s Old Port (Vieux-Port). Check in and listen to a few safety tips before hopping in your 4-wheeled ‘bike’ and taking off on your own exploration of the port area.

With your friends or family, pedal around for either 30 minutes or one hour, depending on the option selected at booking. Travel up and down the Montreal waterfront, checking out attractions like Bonsecours Basin Park and the 150-foot (45-meter) clock tower located on Quai de l’Horloge (Clock Tower Quay). Maybe stop for ice cream or a cold drink when you need a break.

With everyone pitching in on the pedaling, you’ll get a fun workout and enjoy the Old Port in a unique way. When your time is up, just return the quadricycle to the pickup location.

Less info