- Centre Island
Toronto Centre Island has always been one of the biggest attractions in Harbourfront during summer, spring and fall. You can get there by the Toronto Ferry, Tiki Taxi, Pirate Taxi, Water Taxi and etc. Destinations include Hanlan’s Point, Centre Island and Wards Island! These are great beach spots for sunbathing, picnics, BBQs and a nice getaway to be closer to nature. For more info, check out all the resources you’ll need to get to Centre Island.
If you’re a fan of the arts, events and exhibits, you’ll definitely love going to Harbourfront Centre. Each week, they have special events featuring artists, film, dance, crafts, theatre and so much more!
Location: 235 Queens Quay W
Ever wonder what are some of the most amazing restaurants in Harbourfront from a locals perspective? See below the list for some awesome recommendations. Here are also some resources for where to get take-out in Harbourfront and late-night eats in Harbourfront.
- Harbour 60 – famous for their mouth-watering steak
- Kinka Izakaya – famous for their sake shots, and karaage chicken
- Mama Lee’s Korean Kitchen – famous for their Jajangmyeon and Korean fried chicken
- Miku – famous for their Salmon Oshi Sushi
- HTO Park
HTO Park is known for its yellow umbrellas on top of a small sandy white beach overlooking the lake. This park is perfect for hosting picnics and social gatherings, playing frisbees, walking your dog, or reading.
Location: 339 Queens Quay W
You’ll be amazed by the 600,000 cubic feet of stunning projection animating famous artworks in detail. Claim your tickets and get a walkthrough of the colour, brushstrokes and detail as you have never experienced them.
Location: 1 Yonge St
The Rec Room features arcade games with mouth-watering eats and a bar – all packed under one roof! With 60,000 sqft of space, you’ll never run out of things to do!
Location: 255 Bremner Blvd
If you’re a fan of outdoor adventures, Harbourfront Centre Natrel Rink offers public skating to locals. Rental equipment is also available.
Location: 235 Queens Quay West
You can rent canoes, kayaks or paddleboards at Harbourfront Canoe & Kayak Centre. Lessons and group excursions are also available. Book it before summer officially comes to an end!
Location: 283 Queens Quay W
Thinking about an adventure that doesn’t require much work? Gone Sailing Adventure offers private or shared yachts and boats, and their Friday night wine and cheese night.
Location: 415 Queens Quay W
Thinking of going to a live event or a concert? You can purchase your tickets ahead of time from their website above!
Location: 40 Bay St
We hope you explore these list of to-dos at Toronto Harbourfront/Waterfront! You can never run of fun things to do here as the list goes on and on… Questions about your next adventure? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you.
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