Fantasy Fair At Woodbine CentreCurrently Closed
- Address: 500 Rexdale Blvd, Etobicoke, ON M9W 6K5, Canada, Toronto
- Timings: 11:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-4166745437
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Shopping Center, Family And Kids
Fantasy Fair At Woodbine Centre - Review
Once the parents have had their kids at this not insubstantial shopping mall of 130 stores, the kids can finally drag them over this indoor amusement park of nine fun rides. Get a quick overview of the park on the Fantasy Fair Express; ride thi Antique Carousel; take around on the 50 foot Ferris Wheel; check out the soft play area; the spinning cups rides never get old; fly in either a balloon or a plane; experience freefall on the Drop & Hop; scale up the climbing wall. Round this all off with rides in the bumper cars.
Fantasy Fair At Woodbine Centre Ticket Prices
Friday – Sunday Unlimited Ride Passes:
- Under 36" $18.00
- Under 54" $22.00
- Over 54" $21.00
Monday – Thursday Unlimited Ride Passes:
- Under 36" $15.00
- Under 54" $18.00
- Over 54" $17.00
- Single Ride Ticket $5.75 ($5 Monday – Thursday)
- Family discounts available.
Fantasy Fair At Woodbine Centre Opening and Closing Hours
- Statutory Holidays 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
How To reach Fantasy Fair At Woodbine Centre by Public Transport
- Bus 30 stop Woodbine Centre Bus Terminal Platform A.
- Drive to here.
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3.65% of people who visit Toronto include Fantasy Fair At Woodbine Centre in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
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People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Fantasy Fair At Woodbine Centre
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Fantasy Fair At Woodbine Centre, Toronto Reviews
A huge mall with great fantasy world rides for kids. Good place if you have kids. They have lots of shops in the mall too. My goto shop here is Hudson bay as I can get branded stuff there. Neat and clean and also well maintained. They sometimes have different kind of music shows which are usually nice. Food court is big enough with lots of options to eat and bug sitting area. All over it have lots of comfortable sitting areas where you can just sit and relax.
This is an amazing place for children. The mall is a bit old but the Fantasy Fair is really amazing. They have a special deal for $10 around 7 pm on weekdays; I think with the exception of Friday & the Weekend. You could have you kid play for that amount with unlimited number of games till they close at 8pm. Worth every penny. Highly recommend it.
This mall feels dated like the Hudson's Bay that is there. I do see the future efforts of the revitilization of this mall, but for the time being my rating of 2 stands. The couple of things that seems to be going for this mall is Fantasy Fair which is good to bring your kids to or for them to celebrate. Also, the food court is somewhat decent to go to. Other than that, this mall seems to feel empty. They added all these couches, tables and chairs to make this mall seem more "fuller"....but the appearance of a fuller mall doesn't translate to more customers. What this mall needs to do is add more well known shops instead of 3 stores that sells overstock items. Hopefully I can change this rating in the future.
Pretty big. All the seating set up around the mall is very nice as they provide couches to sit on. Set up very nicely. Great stores. Wide selections. The moving animal set ups are nice and fun for the kids. Mine loved them. The fantasy park is amazing and a great idea. My kids got extremely excited they didn't know where to start.
Looks very outdated, outside and in. Old couches in the middle. Lots of one-off stores that unfortunately give it a flea market feel. Food court was okay, had a Tim Hortons! Fantasy Fair still looks like how I remember it from years ago. Needs a major update, but malls don't always rebound from a decline like that. Also had a liquidation type store, with so much outdated product. Not a good fit for a town centre. Needs work!!
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