Things to do in Bay Street Corridor

THE 10 BEST Things to Do in Bay Street Corridor, Toronto

Top Things to Do in Bay Street Corridor

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  • Tom M
    159 contributions
    If you're a hockey fan, this is a must!!! Well worth the price of admission!. The exhibits are impressive, and you relieve the history of hockey. To see the trophies,the Stanley Cup. Impressive!! A must! The interactive shooting simulators are awesome.
    Written January 14, 2024
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  • Stefan Overton
    Colchester, UK168 contributions
    A great mix of stores over different levels and different price ranges.
    Food court at the bottom, pretty big.

    Lots of scaffolding. Not sure if it’s been there long or not but that part wasn’t great.
    Written February 14, 2024
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  • 09robbins
    Swanley, UK206 contributions
    We visited in the evening, as the Toronto sign is lit then - lovely for photos. At the bottom of the middle concrete arch is a piece of the old Berlin wall.
    Written September 29, 2023
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  • Stefan Overton
    Colchester, UK168 contributions
    As many have mentioned, this is a smaller version of New York’s Times Square.
    Definitely worth a visit if this is your first time here and to take pictures and videos.

    A few homeless people around and also people people on loud speakers preaching which ruins the atmosphere a bit but there’s lots of stores here , cinema and Eaton Centre Shopping Mall.
    Written February 9, 2024
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  • elena
    1 contribution
    Excellent show. Fun. Awesome magic tricks. We highly recommended this show! Me and my husband saw it many times!!!!!!!
    Written October 8, 2023
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  • PBPG
    Yorkshire, UK6,010 contributions
    Dominating Nathan Phillips square this magnificent building and huge clock tower are a sight to behold. The clock tower rings out the hour, not so good if you are in a local hotel!
    Written May 12, 2023
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  • stoneycanuk
    Burlington, Canada173 contributions
    Lovely venue to see La Boheme by Puccini. We already loved the music but the orchestra, stage sets, and wonderful singing were amazing! Highly recommend.
    Written October 26, 2023
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  • Anonymous855
    Trabuco Canyon, California1,712 contributions
    Circumnavigate the building to look at all of the detail then rest on the front steps. It has quite a story and is stunning to take in.
    Written September 26, 2023
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  • sgredding
    Coventry, England15 contributions
    The Plato to NATO of ceramics and porcelain. The gift shop has a great selection of contemporary Canadian ceramic art. I got a $3 discount for travelling to the museum with Presto, so keep that in mind.
    Written September 27, 2023
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  • Aerowing
    Monee, IL5,039 contributions
    This is a lovely looking building that offers free tours every 30 minutes until around 5 PM.
    The front steps of the building is also featured in a Rush band album called Moving Pictures, of course my wife who’s the biggest Rush fan ever had to inform me of this.
    Anyway, we took the free tour which was guided and we enjoyed it. Photos are allowed which we appreciated. They take you through several rooms of the building explaining each one.
    After the tour, you’re free to look around the lobby area which has some interesting historical items and there’s a gift shop as well. It’s a nice interesting tour and it’s free so I’d highly recommend checking this place out.
    Written September 28, 2023
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  • minimize940314
    Los Angeles, CA3,528 contributions
    This building is connected to other attractions, particularly hockey hall of fame. In the winter, you may use this building as a temporary shelter from cold weather. This place is well accessible via public transportation or on foot from other attractions.
    Written August 20, 2023
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  • ArtsyGalBaltimore
    Maryland818 contributions
    Small museum rich in stories, craftsmanship, and beauty. Special exhibit on commissioned masks (pandemic) highlighted artistic talents and creativity. Collection richi n ethnic context with explanatory videos. Gift shotp offers range of choices for every pocketbook.
    Written October 8, 2023
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  • Travelin'CalGal
    Pleasanton, CA193 contributions
    Small jewel of an exhibit. As others said, this is in the TD Towers, which makes it near a lot of other things downtown (CN Tower, Rogers Centre, St. Lawerence Market) and so worth 30 minutes of popping in. There is no signage, so go into the building, see the few objects and paintings in the lobby of the Tower, and then go up the stairs to the mezzanine level. You will see statues depicting life and stories from 1950s to the 2020s. Worth the stop!
    Written September 6, 2023
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  • therichastill
    Stevenage, UK2,704 contributions
    The Financial District of Toronto is in the Downtown area and a very short walk from Union Station and also the CN Tower. The Waterfront is just a little further away.

    Toronto is the banking capital of Canada so many businesses have offices located here. There are many very big skyscrapers in the area and you can feel dwarfed by the size of some of the buildings.

    There are places to get a drink and something to eat in the area as well.
    Written October 17, 2023
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  • Yeti1988
    Denver, CO99 contributions
    This museum has a lot of potential but it needs a little love. Some of the dioramas and displays are outdated, but the information provided is quite interesting. I feel like they need a larger location so they could expand more and provide more of the history and evolution of the department. Not a must go, but it's interesting if you're in the area.
    Written October 31, 2023
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