Things to do in Bay Street Corridor

Top 10 Things to Do in Bay Street Corridor, Toronto

Top Things to Do in Bay Street Corridor

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  • Nigel P
    4 contributions
    Being waiting years to visit this place and I was not disappointed, the amount of history from the sport that was in this building was exceptional, and displayed brilliantly. I especially enjoyed taking shots at a virtual goalie and then also being the keeper which was amazing, even my wife who is only recently into ice hockey enjoyed and the highlight of my day was having my photo with the Stanley cup and seeing various other trophy as well, you will not be disappointed when visiting this place.
    Written November 7, 2022
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  • ren
    Saint John, Canada15 contributions
    I was able to find a few things that suited my taste and were affordable during my time shopping at the eaton centre. There’s quite a variety of clothing stores and a food court with great food as well.
    Written August 12, 2022
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  • MrsWYN-R
    North Yorkshire, UK2,871 contributions
    We were staying at the Sheraton and had great views of City Hall from our room. Quite a modern and unusual shaped building. Found in the square with the large Toronto city sign with lake and fountain. Popular spot with tourists and must be photographed with the sign.
    Written October 3, 2022
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  • aspoe093
    Pierre, SD493 contributions
    Cool area. It is packed so get there early as you can't get a picture of the Toronto sign without people in it. Lots to look at and see in this area.
    Written July 29, 2022
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  • aspoe093
    Pierre, SD493 contributions
    What a neat place. The photos outside are beautiful. It is an active courthouse now, so no pictures inside but the outside of it is great for photos.
    Written July 29, 2022
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  • Sherry C
    White Plains, NY123 contributions
    Even if you have only a casual interest in ceramics, you'll be able to while away an hour or so at this specialty museum. That it was free admission the day we visited made it even more enjoyable!
    Written August 24, 2022
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  • Muhammad Tariq R
    1 contribution
    It was a pleasure visiting and trip advisor helped us to pin point the places to be visited. All in all it was very helpful by trip advisor.
    Written September 11, 2022
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  • ToddandDenise
    Lakeshore, Canada138 contributions
    The centre was clean and had strict practices still in place which was appropriate for the diverse audience being served. Washrooms are downstairs, there are elevators for those who need it. YOu can purchase items and pick them up after your show-highly recommended.
    Written July 12, 2022
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  • baroom
    Mississauga, Canada2,047 contributions
    This was first on our list for day 1 of Doors Open Toronto weekend (May 28-29) and it did not disappoint. The Ontario Legislative Building has an impressive facade--we cannot help but spend a few minutes outside and take photos of it and some of the monuments and memorials in Queen's Park. Building entrance is on the south side where everyone has to go through airport-style screening complete with walk-through metal detector and x-ray scanner. Expect visible security presence, tour route directional signs and cordoned off areas.

    The self-guided tour took us from the first floor of the east wing, up the stairs to the second floor then inside the iconic Legislative Chamber and the Lieutenant Governor's Suite and finally to the west wing. There was definitely a lot to see and staff was on hand to answer any questions from visitors. Photography is allowed.

    Some of the things to see inside the Legislative Building:
    The east wing's elegant oak floors and panels versus the newer west wing's cold marble floors and pillars - both are stunning but I like wood better
    Portraits of Ontario Premiers - current Premier Doug Ford will only get his after he is out of office
    Class pictures of all Ontario MPPs since the 1st Parliament
    Legislative Chamber -mostly off-limits - visitors can only look at the Chamber from inside the main doors
    Lieutenant Governor's Suite - lovely, elegantly furnished room - staff told us the carpet is entirely in one piece and had to be brought in through the windows; staircase full of portraits reminded me of museums
    Ontario coat of arms on the stained glass ceiling in the west wing

    We spent about an hour inside the building and we did not even look at everything. From the east wing, the tour ends at the lobby right in front of the cordoned off grand staircase. Exit is at the front doors directly facing University Ave.

    Note: FREE guided tours are offered year-round. Advance registration required.
    Written July 2, 2022
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  • Jack H
    1 contribution
    Excellent exhibits finely curated though aimed at adults there are programs developed for other segments. Shop has been dumbed down. One of the few institutions to focus on process as well as outcome/works. Like McCord small footprint impressive experience.
    Written September 23, 2021
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  • operalover939
    Toronto, Canada2,744 contributions
    Years have passed since I last visited Osgoode Hall and its Great Library, but a reception hosted by the Osgoode Society for Legal History took me there yesterday evening. The space is indeed very attractive, dominated by the chandeliers and the portraits of juridical worthies. Well worth a visit!
    Written November 8, 2019
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  • Aron M
    Zurich, Switzerland5 contributions
    I went here on a walking tour. Interesting architecture and worth the visit if you are nearby but I wouldn't go out of my way to see it.
    Written December 10, 2019
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  • James A
    Windsor, Canada18,597 contributions
    They let me have a look even though it was closed. I got a quick walk around but no official tour, but the signs help out. Being a police officer is a tough and thankless job. It’s important to remember that. They’re taking care of us.
    Written June 15, 2022
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  • #Grateful
    San Francisco, CA76 contributions
    Amaluna was very good, I have seen so many cirque shows in Las Vegas, my expectations may be too high.
    I loved the music, the story and most of the acrobatics, some routines felt like time killers.
    The between the acts comedians were fair, I have seen better and have seen worse was just a little hokey.
    The venue was a tent and all the seats seemed great as it is small and intimate.
    Written December 12, 2019
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  • 416GYPSY
    Toronto, Canada374 contributions
    always fun..
    Great vibe..
    Tons of people just having a great time
    The beer gardens at 519 church St park are not to be missed..
    LIVE WINS 🥰
    Written July 16, 2019
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