Exhibition Place is situated between the Gardiner Expressway, Lake Shore Boulevard, Dufferin Street and Strachan Avenue just north of Lake Ontario. It is Toronto’s largest entertainment venue, with approximately 192 acres of land.
Exhibition Place is a special and unique waterfront asset located in the city of Toronto. It hosts over 350 events and festivals a year, including the CNE and Honda Indy, and attracts 5.3 million visitors annually. It is a visually prominent site defined by iconic entrances, connected to a network of waterfront attractions. It is well known to Torontonians and people all across the country. It is also a place that through its history, has presented opportunities to its site planners, users, and city inhabitants. It has showcased critical periods and crowning achievements in Toronto’s history, and events that are also significant within the Province of Ontario.
View the emerging Master Plan strategies for Exhibition Place
6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Beanfield Centre at Exhibition Place
105 Princes’ Boulevard, Room 201ABC
Elevator available at North entrance
Your turn to talk about the future of Exhibition Place
The City of Toronto hosted a Public Meeting on October 10th, 2019 at Beanfield Centre at Exhibition Place. This meeting featured a presentation where the public could view and comment on the draft vision and guiding principles for the Master Plan, along with display boards available as downloadable files:
Why do you visit Exhibition Place?
The City of Toronto hosted a Public Open House on June 25th, 2019 at City Hall. This meeting featured a presentation by City staff, along with display boards available as downloadable files:
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