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Harbourfront Centre, {CATEGORY}

Used primarily as the city's industrial docklands for decades, the Harbourfront area has been developed over the last 30 years into a recreational and cultural attraction that now draws more than three million visitors per year. Harbourfront's attraction is many things to many people. Some shop at the Queens Quay Terminal and the others take in an outdoor concert at Concert Stage or attend a festival at the York Quay Centre . While others turn out for the annual book reading events. A place buzzing with diverse activities!

Practical Information

Address: 235 Queens Quay W, Toronto, ON

City: Toronto

Country: Canada

Phone 1: +14 169734000

Email: info@harbourfront.com

Official site: www.harbourfrontcentre.com

Entrance fee: Free (theatre and exhibitions cost extra)

Access by subway: Subway Union, then LRT to Queen's Quay or York Quay

Hotels nearby

64 yd - Radisson Admiral Toronto Harbourfront Hotel

Radisson Admiral Toronto Harbourfront Hotel is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests in Toronto (ON). The hotel has everything you need for a comfortable stay. Elevator, airport transRead morefer, safety deposit boxes, business center, meeting facilities are on the list of things guests can enjoy. Each guestroom is elegantly furnished and equipped with handy amenities. The hotel's peaceful atmosphere extends to its recreational facilities which include indoor pool, outdoor pool, gym, spa, golf course (on site). No matter what your reasons are for visiting Toronto (ON), Radisson Admiral Toronto Harbourfront Hotel will make you feel instantly at home.Hide

469 yd - Hotel le Germain Maple Leaf Square

Hotel Le Germain Maple Leaf Square. "Hotel Le Germain Maple Leaf Square" has 4 stars. The hotel is an ideal base from which to discover Toronto. The decoration of the property is at the heart of the aRead moreccommodation's modern feeling. This hotel features 167 bedrooms in total. Hot temperatures are kept outside thanks to the relieving air conditioning. There's no time to get bored as this accommodation offers yoga, tennis, kayaking, sailing, squash, volleyball, pilates, ice skating and aerobics as well as a running track, a walking trail, motorboats and boats, and gymnasium. You can also take a cycling tour with a rented bicycle. This hotel has a sauna, a perfect service to recover from your busy activities. The hotel also offers massage treatments. The hotel includes a restaurant to serve you dinner and breakfast, which is included in the room's rate. Before or after dinner, guests can have a drink at the lounge bar. Another service provided is Internet access.Hide

514 yd - The Westin Harbour Castle

The Westin Harbour Castle Hotel is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests in Toronto (ON). The hotel offers guests a range of services and amenities designed to provide comfort and conRead morevenience. Facilities like laundry service/dry cleaning, meeting facilities, room service, elevator, pets allowed are readily available for you to enjoy. The well-appointed guestrooms feature satellite/cable TV, television, daily newspaper, inhouse movies, mini bar. Enjoy the hotel's recreational facilities, including kids club, massage, gym, indoor pool, spa, before retiring to your room for a well-deserved rest. Convenience and comfort makes The Westin Harbour Castle Hotel the perfect choice for your stay in Toronto (ON).Hide

626 yd - Pelican at the Bay

Pelican at the Bay. "Pelican at the Bay" is a convenient place to stay when exploring Toronto. The decor of the edifice is at the heart of the accommodation's spare feeling. All the bedrooms are spaciRead moreous and modern. You can take a swim since this accommodation has an indoor swimming pool. Guests are offered the opportunity of taking part in pool. Furthermore, there is a gymnasium where you have the option to train on your own. Visitors have the option to unwind in the jacuzzi. Guests also have special access to the sauna. You have access to the Internet free of charge.Hide

632 yd - Strathcona Hotel

The hotel is located in the south-east section of Toronto, at 60 York Street Toronto Ontario M5J 1S8, only 15 minutes by car from the city center.The Strathcona Hotel has all the services one would exRead morepect of a four star hotel in Toronto: n.a.. This establishment is more of a Luxury hotel .The Pearson airport is about 42 minutes by car from the hotel (13 miles ).Hide

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Harbourfront Centre, {CATEGORY}

Back in 1972, the federal government took over a 38-hectare (94-acre) strip of waterfront land to preserve the vista. It wasn't exactly prime real estate at the time, but that has changed in decades since. The abandoned warehouses and crumbling factories have yielded to a stunning urban playground that stretches over the old piers. Today, Harbourfront is one of the most popular destinations for locals and visitors alike - a great place to spend time strolling, picnicking, gallery hopping, biking, shopping, and sailing. Queen's Quay, at the foot of York Street, is the first stop you'll encounter on the LRT line from Union Station (you can also get there in 5 min. on foot walking south from Front Street, but that requires you to go under the Gardiner Expwy., which I personally hate). From here, boats depart for harbor tours, and ferries leave for the Toronto Islands. In this renovated warehouse, you'll find the Premiere Dance Theatre and two floors of shops. To get something to eat, you can stay at Queen's Quay's casual BoatHouse Grill or walk west to York Quay's Lakeside Terrace restaurant. York Quay also boasts an art gallery and ever-changing art installations, and an information booth where you can pick up information on Harbourfront events. Harbourfront has several venues devoted to the arts. The Power Plant is a contemporary art gallery, behind it is the Du Maurier Theatre Centre. At the Craft Studio you can watch artisans blow glass, throw pots, and make silk-screen prints. You can buy their works at Bounty Contemporary Canadian Craft Shop. The Artists' Gardens currently includes mature and new outdoor gardens created by landscape architects, designers, and other artists. More than 4,000 events take place annually at Harbourfront, including the Harbourfront Reading Series in June and the International Festival of Authors in October. Other happenings include films, dance, theater, music, children's events, multicultural festivals, and marine events. Harbourfront is best in the summer, but a great destination year-round.

Harbourfront Centre, {CATEGORY}

Back in 1972, the federal government took over a 38-hectare (94-acre) strip of waterfront land to preserve the vista. It wasn't exactly prime real estate at the time, but that has changed in decades since. The abandoned warehouses and crumbling factories have yielded to a stunning urban playground that stretches over the old piers. Today, Harbourfront is one of the most popular destinations for locals and visitors alike - a great place to spend time strolling, picnicking, gallery hopping, biking, shopping, and sailing. Queen's Quay, at the foot of York Street, is the first stop you'll encounter on the LRT line from Union Station (you can also get there in 5 min. on foot walking south from Front Street, but that requires you to go under the Gardiner Expwy., which I personally hate). From here, boats depart for harbor tours, and ferries leave for the Toronto Islands. In this renovated warehouse, you'll find the Premiere Dance Theatre and two floors of shops. To get something to eat, you can stay at Queen's Quay's casual BoatHouse Grill or walk west to York Quay's Lakeside Terrace restaurant. York Quay also boasts an art gallery and ever-changing art installations, and an information booth where you can pick up information on Harbourfront events. Harbourfront has several venues devoted to the arts. The Power Plant is a contemporary art gallery, behind it is the Du Maurier Theatre Centre. At the Craft Studio you can watch artisans blow glass, throw pots, and make silk-screen prints. You can buy their works at Bounty Contemporary Canadian Craft Shop. The Artists' Gardens currently includes mature and new outdoor gardens created by landscape architects, designers, and other artists. More than 4,000 events take place annually at Harbourfront, including the Harbourfront Reading Series in June and the International Festival of Authors in October. Other happenings include films, dance, theater, music, children's events, multicultural festivals, and marine events. Harbourfront is best in the summer, but a great destination year-round.

Harbourfront Centre, {CATEGORY}

Used primarily as the city's industrial docklands for decades, the Harbourfront area has been developed over the last 30 years into a recreational and cultural attraction that now draws more than three million visitors per year. Harbourfront's attraction is many things to many people. Some shop at the Queens Quay Terminal and the others take in an outdoor concert at Concert Stage or attend a festival at the York Quay Centre . While others turn out for the annual book reading events. A place buzzing with diverse activities!

Harbourfront Centre, {CATEGORY}

Used primarily as the city's industrial docklands for decades, the Harbourfront area has been developed over the last 30 years into a recreational and cultural attraction that now draws more than three million visitors per year. Harbourfront's attraction is many things to many people. Some shop at the Queens Quay Terminal and the others take in an outdoor concert at Concert Stage or attend a festival at the York Quay Centre . While others turn out for the annual book reading events. A place buzzing with diverse activities!

Activities nearby

Theatre and opera
Monument
Stadium
Harbor and marina
Building and administration

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