Built in 1907, this historic, elegant venue is the oldest continuously operating legitimate theater in North America. You might find its 1,497 seats rather "cozy," and if you don't like heights don't opt for a second-balcony seat (the balcony is crazy steep). But there's a real charm to experiencing theater in these historic surroundings—red carpets, red wallpaper, red velvet seats. If these walls could talk! Toronto-born Mary Pickford performed here, as did young Canadian entertainers Martin Short, Eugene Levy, Victor Garber, Gilda Radner, and Andrea Martin in "Godspell" in 1972. Take a stroll along the sidewalk in front, which is Canada's Walk of Fame with embedded stars honoring famous Canadians.