16th Annual
International Conference
Intelligent Systems
for Molecular Biology

Metro Toronto Convention Centre (South Building)
Toronto, Canada


Fun Things To Do in Toronto

The Toronto Convention Centre is ideally located to allow you to explore many exciting attraction within a short distance. You are in Toronto's Entertainment District, where the city comes alive with theatres, restaurants and attractions for the whole family.

CN Tower At your door step is the CN Tower. World's Tallest Building at 553 meters. Take another look at Toronto from a new height! Have dinner at the wonderful 360 Restaurant

For a night at the theatre, The Royal Alexander Theatre, (4 blocks away) presents the classic by Eleanor Bernstien "Dirty Dancing"

The Royal Ontario Museum will be featuring "Shanghai 1860-1949: Historical Photographs" and "Shanghai Kaleidoscope", or take in the Dinosaur exhibit or one of the many other wonderful features and displays. The museum is a about a 20 minute drive from the Convention Centre.

You are also one block from the Roger's Centre (Formally the SkyDome) this is where you can catch a game of Canadian Football, July 20th, the Toronto Argonauts host the Edmonton Eskimos.

Roger's Centre & CN Tower

The Distillery District (3 blocks away) has become one of the most romantic and enjoyable destinations in the City. The Distillery District is Toronto's first pedestrian only village and the city's only historic district. From the brick lined streets to the European piazza styled areas, with cafes, shops, and galleries.

Hockey Hall of Fame Just half a kilometre away is the Famous Hockey Hall of Fame. Experience the game that defines Canada and a sport that has been adopted by over 80 countries. There is something for everyone: state-of-the-art games, interactive exhibits, larger-than-life statues, replica dressing room and rink zone, theatres, extraordinary gift shop, and hockey's most precious artifacts.

The Convention Centre is also only half a kilometre away from Toronto's Harbour Front. Toronto's waterfront is quite spectacular, with shopping, galleries, walking trails and art, film and theatre complexes. A major tourist attraction, especially during the warmer months, Harbour front is also the site of the ferry terminal which provides transportation services to the Toronto Islands, and Harbour front Centre for the Arts, which includes three performance venues. Festivals take place every weekend during the summer, showcasing open-air markets and cafes.

Canada's Winter Wonderland Canada's Wonderland, a short drive (about 30 minutes) just outside of Toronto is a fantastic Amusement park for the whole family. Enjoy a day of thrills and ride the many Roller coasters - New for 2008 is "The BEHEMOTH" which opens in May. The ride is 5,318 ft of fun! Wonderland also has its own Waterpark with one of the Largest Wave pool, Lazy River, and water slides galore. There is more to the park then just rides, there is dining, live shows, and shopping.