4. The Big Apple, Colborne, Ont.
Sorry, New York City, but it looks like you have some fruity competition. Colborne, Ontario’s Big Apple is said to be the world’s largest apple-shaped structure. It’s so huge that this red beauty could hold 653,800 real apples. Opened in 1987, the Big Apple attracts fruit lovers from around the globe. Visitors are encouraged to scramble to the top of the core – 10 metres up – to take in sweeping panoramic views. Hungry after your climb? The Big Apple sells a tasty menu of its famed homemade apple pies, breads, cookies, muffins as well as candy apples. Be sure to bring a huge appetite. The Big Apple’s oven can bake 450 pies at a time!