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
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.
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.
- Statutory Holidays 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
- Bus 30 stop Woodbine Centre Bus Terminal Platform A.
- Drive to here.
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I went to Clocks Unlimited. They sell all kinds of fancy clocks. They also provide great service if you need to fix or clean your clock or watch or replace batteries. I bought an alarm clock from them a couple of years ago and they replace a battery every year free of charge. Just make sure that you don't ask them to work on a $15-$20 item, it's not worth it.
I wandered into this place on my way to somewhere else and regret doing so. It is a very very dated mall with minimal traffic. The shops where of the discount and clearance variety. I would definitely not be returning to thus mall in my lifetime. Sorry to be so critical but that's 2 hours of my life I will never get back. It did have an amusement park inside the mall and was kinda neat, but nobody was on any rides though.
This is a low end discount mall. Not many of the expected major chains seen elsewhere. That is not so bad, because there are a lot of other shops with other offerings.... Discounters, liquidators and such. This mall has gone through some changes since it was first built, in the day when department stores were still in their heyday. With the decline of those, the mall has suffered. There does seem to be light at the end of the tunnel here though. Notably,there is a children's indoor amusement area with rides and more...nice place to take kids on a cold/ bad weather weekend....That was likely a life saving move on the part of the mall as it is a big draw. There are a few unique stores...one that sells unique and rare fragrances, what a rare find! The standard food court, some health/ dental offices are convenient. It seems from plans that this area will be developing, and the mall is likely to undergo similar expansions and changes....so a place to keep an eye on for changes.
Cool and clean mall. There are a lot of decent stores here and there is even a fantasy fair amusement park inside the mall. This mall is not as popular or big as Yorkdale or Square One and you won't find a lot of brand name stores here, but it's still a cool place to stop by and see what it has to offer. Also, the food court is pretty good and has some nice food options.
One of a kind shopping mall. Great stores and shops with a movie theatre, a kids amusement park and the food Court choices are out of this world. Great place to spend the day with kids