All about Vaughan: Vaughan has a nice small community feel, but its proximity to Toronto gives it that big city vibe. The city is mostly made up of families, where 80% are young families. It’s a safe, clean, diverse and well-maintained city, with you’ll hear more than 70 languages spoken in the area. Businesses and residents are drawn to Vaughan because of the quality of life. Plus, York University in North York conveniently lies on the Toronto-Vaughan border.
Things to see in Vaughan: Vaughan is home to Canada’s Wonderland; Canada’s premier amusement park. Every year, the park adds a new wild ride or attraction that draws loyal thrill-seekers back every time. Something that you’d be surprised to pair up are the terms ‘Canada’ and ‘Soccer,’ The Soccer Hall of Fame and Museum, in Vaughan, is worth a visit and tells the story of the continuing history of soccer in Canada. Another great way to spend time indoors is spending the day at Vaughan Mills; Canada’ premier outlet destination, with deals on designer brand names. However, the mall’s coolest attraction is Lego Land, which has rides, a 4D cinema, a construction site and more, although it’s made for children 3-10 years of age, they must be accompanied by adults, so really it’s fun for everyone.