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Once the site of railroad yards, docks, and warehouses, this waterfront area was reclaimed by the government in the '70s and turned into the Harbourfront Centre.
Stretching from just west of York Street to Spadina Avenue, this culture-and-recreation center is a match for San Francisco's Pier 39 and Baltimore's Inner Harbor. Full review →
This cultural center encompasses a 38-hectare (94-acre) strip of waterfront land, once-abandoned warehouses, charming piers, and an old smokestack. Full review →
The 4-hectare not-for-profit Harbourfront Centre exists to educate and entertain Toronto's diverse community. Full review →Don't miss the free galleries, including the Photo Passage and the functioning Craft Studio.
A focal point of the city's cultural life, especially in summer, Harbourfront is also the scene of year-round recreational, educational and commercial activities. Full review →Ice-skating is a popular winter pastime.
An annual event from January through May, New World Stage hosts a choice selection of theatre and dance companies from around the world. Full review →