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[Share] (Toronto)Toronto Eaton Centre

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#1  2012-08-15, 14:28:24
Join Date: 2012-07-04
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The Toronto Eaton Centre is more than just a shopping centre. It's an architectural model for shopping malls around the country. Completed in 1979 and given a new facade in 1999, it is the third largest mall in Canada and is one of the city's most popular attractions.

There are more than 285 shops, restaurants, and services to wind your way through including brand new stores like Hollister, Mango, Bebe Sport, Lululemon Athletica and Pink Paw. When you're taking a breather from shopping, you can stop by Centre Court's famous fountain or look up for renowned Canadian artist Michael Snow's sculpture of Canada geese, entitled Flight Stop. Without question, the mall is a major tourist destination, staying open on most statutory holidays, including Boxing Day (Dec. 26), to accommodate the approximately one million customers a week who walk through the doors. The Canon (formerly the Pantages), and the Elgin and Winter Garden theatres are within walking distance, and if you're hungry Yonge Street is overflowing with cuisine from around the world. Outside, at the Yonge and Dundas corner, street vendors sell their wares while buskers and bands perform for passerbys, lunch crowds and throngs of teens. Getting there:
By Car :
Accessing the city from the west via the QEW: exit at Bay Street. or Yonge Street. Follow Bay Street north of Queen Street. Continue to the Mariott Hotel and turn right into the next driveway to access the Dundas Parkade.
Accessing the city from the North via the 404/DVP: exit at Richmond Street. Follow Richmond Street west of Church to Victoria Street, turn right and continue north for two blocks. At Shuter Street, turn left, and cross Yonge Street to access the Yonge Parkade.
Accessing the city from the east via the 401: exit at the DVP south and follow the above directions.
Accessing the city from the west via the 401 there are two options:
1 - Exit at Yonge Street south. Follow Yonge Street 1 block south of Gerrard, turn left at Gould Street (Sam The Record Man), turn right on Victoria Street - turn right on Shuter Street - cross Yonge Street to the Yonge Parkade.
The Eaton Centre is accessible by TTC and the PATH system. Take the Yonge Line subway to Dundas or Queen station. By Transit:
To take the subway to the Centre, take the Yonge Line to either Dundas or Queen Station.
To take the streetcar to the Centre, take the Dundas line to Yonge and Dundas or the Queen line to Yonge and Queen.

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