Location: Roughly bounded by South of Queen Street, East of Spadina; West of Simcoe Street; including Front Street West to Bay Street and North of Lakeshore Boulevard.
Transit: Union Station, St. Andrew Station and Osgoode Station
The Toronto Entertainment District is home to world class theatres and performing arts centres, boasts five major-league sports teams at their home venues, and an array of cultural and family attractions.
The area is home to the Toronto International Film Festival, Theatre, The National Ballet of Canada, Toronto Symphony Orchestra and the Canadian Opera Company productions . Theatres include the Royal Alexandra, the Princess of Wales, the Four Seasons Centre and Roy Thomson Hall.
Sports fans can also visit The Air Canada Centre, home to the Toronto Maple Leafs, Toronto Raptors and Toronto Rock – or Rogers Centre (formerly SkyDome) home to the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team and the Toronto Argonauts football club. Both venues offer stellar entertainment and an exciting roster of big-name concerts and sporting events.
With world leading hotel brands, boutique accommodations, and “condotels”, the Entertainment District is the ideal area for the discerning patron. An urban neighbourhood packed with a wide array of restaurants, bars and nightclubs, it features something for every taste.