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
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Shopping Center, Family And Kids
About Fantasy Fair At Woodbine Centre, Toronto
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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Things to Know Before Visiting Fantasy Fair At Woodbine Centre
2.54% of people who visit Toronto include Fantasy Fair At Woodbine Centre in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
41.28% of people start their Fantasy Fair At Woodbine Centre visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Fantasy Fair At Woodbine Centre
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Fantasy Fair At Woodbine Centre
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Fantasy Fair At Woodbine Centre, Toronto Reviews
It's okay. They have lots of fake animals that make a lot of noise... ALL the time. Gives me a head ache. But it's a great place for kids. As for the stores, I wish there were more options. It's almost all clothing/fashion. Wish there were more make up stores. Also the clothing stores aren't that great. Only good places are Forever 21 and Ardene
We went in March when it was still fairly cold outside, thinking it would be a warm, child friendly weekend activity. The place itself is exciting, lots going on, rides interlooping around each other gives the fair a nice visual appeal. Our two year old was afraid of the giant mechanical dinosaurs they had scattered around the place. The downsides was that the lineup for the rides could take HOURS on a busy afternoon which is not ideal for younger children. The price we paid for about 6 rides was about the equivalent of a ticket to Wonderland, but Wonderland has much much more towards your buck. It was a fun afternoon activity during the cold winter months, but there is far more to do in the city in the summertime that would be less pricey with more inclusions. Hope this helps!
I used to go to the Fantasy Fair as a child here at Woodbine. As far as I can remember this place has always been great. It's a nice little quaint area to bring your child to have some fun I would say 15 and under at least. You find a lot of great deals here in the shopping area. The food court standard and they offer a variety of options. This is a more quieter Mall not a lot of traffic so when you are at a store you will be taken care of. I haven't had a bad experience here with customer service with any of the stores that I've been to retail and electronics.
I am saddened to put such a low rating but sometimes all it takes is one person to spoil everything else. I usually always have a great time at Woodbine Mall. However while I was walking upstairs across from the Fantasy Fair entrance was an area that sales people are selling skin care products. I encountered the rudest man possible who apparently thought that he possessed great customer service. First he starts off wit the compliment to rope you in, telling you it will only take a second that he wants to give you a sample...once I got close he immediately asked me if I spoke Patois. And when I said no I was born in Canada and I have no connection to Jamaica he seemed shocked that a black person was actually born in Canada. He ended up saying "Sit woman in my chair so I can show you how great our products work". I declined and was ready to leave, he goes on to say he will quickly show me the product and give me a sample. As he rubbed it on my hand he started telling me how his friend (the other salesman) is single and looking to be married and if I am single. Now that was it I was ready to go! He then asks me when was the last time I showered because it looks like there is dirt on my arm. Ans ho I have a lot of blackheads and they have a cream for it if I would only be a good woman and SIT in his chair. PARDON ME!!!!!! I stormed off. RUINED MY WHOLE SHOPPING EXPERIENCE. Ladies honestly I don't care how nice the products are you do not need to buy from there, what kind of degrading sales tactic is that to make you buy their products. And for someone selling to women you would think they would be gentler. Disgusting.
This shipping centre has a variety of things I like. Not everything though, but enough to make my life move... Guaranteed you'll find something to suite your needs. There’s a lot of options and stores to choose from. Happy Shopping.
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