Dufferin MallCurrently Closed
- Address: 900 Dufferin St, Toronto, ON M6H 1K8, Canada
- Timings: 10:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-4165321152
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Shopping Center, Family And Kids
Dufferin Mall - Review
This is a huge shopping center with 567,000 square feet of retail space. It has around 120 shops and stores that primarily serve the population of West End of Toronto. The prices of the shops and restaurants are all affordable. There is nothing special about it. It is identical to large neighborhood malls everywhere - functional and fun. Check the mall website to know about upcoming events.
Dufferin Mall Information
- Disabled accessible.
Dufferin Mall Hours
- Individual venues may have their own closing hours.
How To reach Dufferin Mall by Public Transport
- Buses 306, 506 stop College St at Dufferin St.
- Subway 2 stop Dufferin.
- Buses 29, 329 stop Dufferin St at Dufferin Park Ave.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Dufferin Mall
0.92% of people who visit Toronto include Dufferin Mall in their plan
45.45% of people start their Dufferin Mall visit around 10 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Dufferin Mall
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Dufferin Mall
Dufferin Mall Trips
Dufferin Mall, Toronto Reviews
Clean mall with great budget friendly choices. Kids stores have excellent quality and reasonable pricing. The overall layout of the mall keeps similar stores together so most kids stores are together (or near enough to one another). Adult clothing stores are likewise abundant and priced reasonably for good quality. The food court is awesome and offers an exceptional variety of ethnic food. There are options for gluten free dining at several restaurants, making eating out a less frustrating process for our family. We love this mall.
I used to call Dufferin mall 'sufferin mall's but over the years they have stepped up their game. The fact that parking is free and plentiful is pretty amazing for downtown Toronto. The washrooms are newly renovated and make sense, you can soap wash and dry your hands all at the sink, no standing in line for the dryer. There is a decent variety of stores, its pretty family friendly - you can grab a push kart for your kids from a coin operated machine. There is a.mothers lounge to feed and change your baby. It is a pretty heavily used mall but given the choice I would rather go here than to the Eaton centre.
Excellent experience with the security officials. While we lost a plastic bag full of kids shoes. Someone found and gave it to the security officers. The security representative checked the bill and gave us our staff back. Friendly staff, welcoming, professional and knowledgeable. Canada is an amazing country. Thank you!
Its a fair sized mall with a great selection of stores and other locations to browse. The mall looks clean and well kept for the most part and I cant say I remember having a bad time there so chances are they're doing something right. Enjoy your visit.
I love this mall. It's one stop shopping at it's best. You can run into Walmart, go to Carter's pick up something for the kids, go to Footlocker, visit the food court or pop into Swiss Chalet. Do your grocery shopping at No Frills. There's also Marshalls, Winners, Forever 21 and many more stores. it's just One Stop shopping and let's not forget to visit the Dollar Store. Best of all a easy mall to navigate