Harbourfront Centre

Performing Arts, Art Gallery
235 Queens Quay West (at Lower Simcoe St.)
Toronto, ON M5J 2G8
Monday
9:00am - 10:00pm
Tuesday
9:00am - 10:00pm
Wednesday
9:00am - 10:00pm
Thursday
9:00am - 10:00pm
Friday
9:00am - 10:00pm
Saturday
9:00am - 10:00pm
Sunday
9:00am - 10:00pm

Tips

  • You can see different cultures and almost every day they have a program for you
  • With outdoor venues, theatres, galleries, even an outdoor skating rink, a unique and vibrant cultural destination at the heart of the waterfront. Best of all? Many of their events are free!
  • Check out the outdoor photography installation, Beyond imagining.
  • Spend a Saturday or Sunday strolling around... fun to waste some time watching people..and looking at some interesting merchants.
  • New coffee shop and bar!
  • Great for late walks and sight seeing
  • Definitely ice skating. Great views all around. Food is so so.
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  • The food court on the second floor has a nice balcony where you can enjoy a nice view of the lake while eating but there's very limited tables
  • Go early if you want to buy the more popular Swedish items at the market in the Brigatine Room as they sell out. Not too early if you want to try the Gloog (not before 11am)!
  • Awesome Fireworks for Canada Day!!
  • Whether you're catching a show, or just enjoying the weather, there's plenty to see here. Don't miss out on some of the great photo opportunities from street vendors and city wildlife as well!
  • Do not go for a swim.
  • Check out their website for all of the events happening at the Habourfront Centre
  • Take a class, and learn a craft from one of the many Artists in Residence here.
  • Festival of authors. Rachel McAdams is right in front of me!
  • What a day
  • Amazing place to for a long walk
  • Delightful festivals in the summer
  • Try the Pearl restaurant...:-):-)awesome DimSum

Nearby places

245 Queens Quay W (at Reese St)
Queen's Quay (at Rees St.)
301 Front St W (at John St)