Ontario Place

This internationally acclaimed cultural, leisure, and entertainment complex, designed by Eb Zeidler (see Galleria) and opened in 1971, is centered on three man-made islands along the Lake Ontario waterfront. The park is filled with family attractions, from rides to concert venues; snack bars and restaurants are dotted throughout the complex. Taking full advantage of its lakeside setting, Ontario Place offers fantastic water activities, with the city’s only downtown waterpark, featuring gigantic waterslides, flume rides, and wading pools for toddlers. The complex is open from late May to late September.

  • 955 Lake Shore Blvd W

  • 416 314 9900

  • www.ontarioplace.com

  • Open early Jun–Labour Day: 10am daily (closing varies); last 2 weeks in ...

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