Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto
About Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto
Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto - Address, Phone Number
Address: 50 Carlton St, Toronto, ON M5B 1J2, Canada
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 05:30 am - 11:30 pm Details
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This historic 1931 building is thought to be the mecca of ice-hockey in Canada, perhaps even the world, and for a long time was home to the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League. Today it is no longer used for large matches; the NHL-size Mattamy Home Ice ice rink that seats 2300 spectators is a far cry from the 15,000 people that used to fill the halls. Today it is used as a concert venue, and even more ubiquitously, as a market. Scenes of the Russell Crowe and Renee Zellweger movie Cinderella Man were shot here in 2004.
Maple Leaf Gardens Information
- Check center website for upcoming events.
- Groups of 10+ can contact the center for free guided tours.
Maple Leaf Gardens Opening and Closing Hours
- Individual venues within the center may have their own hours.
How To reach Maple Leaf Gardens by Public Transport
- Subway 1 stop College.
- Buses 306, 506, stop Carlton St at Church St.
- By Car
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It was ram packed and the energy was amazing went to rams vs Brock badgers game. The facility was maintained well including washrooms, beer and finger foods were decently priced just not a lot of seating.
About as cozy as a hockey rink could ever get. Hints of the former glory of Maple Leaf Gardens are scattered around the interior of the building. And you can pick up groceries in the Loblaws on the way out..
Great clean space with free community skating days. The washroom was pretty clean and spacious. The change rooms were plentiful. Ice wasn't choppy and pretty smooth.
Nice venue. Saw an NXT wrestling event. They sold beer, cider, food, popcorn at decent prices. The seats were roomy. Relatively small venue so not a bad seat in the house.
Great big ice, love the boards. Puck just slides without hitting nicks. A little warm in the arena.
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