With free WiFi and public computers, any one of the 99 Toronto Public Library Branches is a super spot for any tourist visiting Toronto. The helpful staff will assist with hotel and restaurant recommendations and are extremely knowledgeable about local tourist spots and the easiest way to get there.
If you're travelling with teens, you might drop them at the Toronto Reference Library on a hot day where they can surf the net and keep their social networking up-to-date. The Reference Library at Bloor and Yonge also houses The Arthur Conan Doyle Collection, one of the world's foremost collections devoted to the author of Sherlock Holmes.
Or drop in to the latest hot branch, Fort York at 190 Fort York Blvd. where you can check out the sharpest new library in the city and perhaps be lucky enough to tour their Digital Innovation Centre. 3D Printer anyone? Right beside Fort York - where Toronto began.
Toronto Public Library is the largest library system in North America.
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