Yonge-dundas SquareCurrently Open
- Address: 1 Dundas St E, Toronto, ON M5B 2R8, Canada
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Square, Family And Kids
Yonge-dundas Square - Review
This is Toronto’s version of Times Square, with over a hundred thousand visitors everyday, tonnes of shopping and leisure and entertainment options, lots of large and brightly lit billboards, a raised stage, and computer programmed water fountains. Endless free events are hosted here, especially in the summer months - films, concerts, exhibitions, festivals (Toronto International Film Festival, Luminato, Nuit blanche and Pride Week). Some highlights of the square include:
- 20 water fountains by Dan Euser
- The Eaton Centre
- 10 Dundas East retail and cinema complex
- Canada's tallest media tower
- Hard Rock Cafe
Yonge-dundas Square Information
- Check the square website for upcoming events.
How To reach Yonge-dundas Square by Public Transport
- Subway 1
- Streetcar 505
- Buses 97, 320 stop Dundas
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Things to Know Before Visiting Yonge-dundas Square
7.95% of people who visit Toronto include Yonge-dundas Square in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
28.41% of people start their Yonge-dundas Square visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Yonge-dundas Square
78.67% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Yonge-dundas Square
Yonge-dundas Square, Toronto Reviews
What a great hub of energy. It's like a supernova burst of energy. This square is an open theatre with music bands playing most days and nights in the summer. There are lots of attractions around and huge screens surrounding the square making it a very pleasant sight day or night. There is never a shortage of buskers and aspiring artists trying to express their form of art. The place is popular in the summer with the water jets fountain. There is minimal seating around but some can be found.
Great place to be, but the city needs to do more in that area when it comes to tourist attraction. I've been in the area over the long weekend and couldn't help to notice some unappealing series of event. Its a nice place to visit during cultural events and concerts, but other than that I personally will not recommend it unless you're visiting the Eating Centre
One of the busiest hubs in Toronto besides Union Station. It seems to be modelled after New York City's, Time Square. Lots of shipping, concerts, people watching and restaurants. Situated on the North-East corner of Toronto's famed Eaton Centre and an easy place to reach by the Toronto Transit System by street car or through Toronto's subway network.
It's a good place to walk and shop. Plus a very good mall is located in it too. The only drawback is that make sure you don't go there on weekends. It's super crowded. Avoid going on the weekend the best that you can. But overall a very wonderful place. With shops, mall, restaurants and movie theater.
In the heart of downtown. Steps from the Eaton centre. There are plenty of restaurants, and shops nearby. On occasions the square is used for various festivals including music and food. I've checked out several music festivals here, a lot of fun and most are totally free. Check out the website to see what is happening at the square and the details. It's family friendly and has easy access to the subway system at Dundas station.