Getting Here

A 10-acre site downtown Toronto and nestled along the shores of Lake Ontario

TRAFFIC ALERT

The Gardiner Expressway will be closed this weekend for fall maintenance. Please give yourself extra time if you are travelling to Harbourfront Centre by car this weekend.

Road closes: Friday, November 2 at 11pm
Road opens: Monday, November 5 at 5am

For additional information, please visit toronto.ca.

Our Address

Harbourfront Centre
235 Queens Quay West
Toronto, ON M5J 2G8

By Streetcar

509 Harbourfront streetcars run between Union and Exhibition.
510 Spadina streetcars run between Spadina and Union.
Exit your streetcar at the Harbourfront Centre stop.

TTC Trip Planner

By Subway

Head southbound on the Yonge-University Line to Union Station

By Car

With the opening of the new York-Bay-Yonge off-ramp, please be aware of and obey the new traffic movements, signs and signals along Lake Shore Boulevard, Harbour Street and Lower Simcoe Street.

Underground parking is available on-site at 235 Queens Quay West, or above-ground one block west at Rees Street and Queens Quay West.

Motorists exiting from the new off-ramp MAY make a right turn and travel south on Lower Simcoe Street. (Check out this City of Toronto video on YouTube.)

There is NO TURN on Lake Shore Boulevard for travel south on Lower Simcoe Street.

Motorists travelling WESTBOUND on Queens Quay West MAY make a left turn at Lower Simcoe Street into our site. Please note the advance left turn signal light.

Motorists travelling EASTBOUND on Queens Quay West MAY NOT make a right turn into our site..

Parking Information

By Bike

Ride the Martin Goodman Trail or take any street between Bathurst and Parliament traveling south to Queens Quay West and bike along the water for the most scenic route. Bike parking is available.

Walk

Head South down York Street from Union Station. Take a right on Queens Quay West for about two minutes and Harbourfront Centre will be on your left at 235 Queens Quay West. Or The PATH provides a direct route south to Queens Quay West.

By Boat

Visiting Harbourfront Centre by boat during the summer is easy! All docking areas can be accessed through either the western or eastern channel. Upon entry into the Toronto Inner Harbour, head for the north shore.

Please call on VHF channel 68 or phone 416-203-1212 for further details and reservation information.

Marine Section

Finding a Venue

To locate a specific venue on our ten-acre site, please visit the Venues section of our website.

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