Ontario Place

Directions & Transit

 

Directions & Transit

Located on Toronto's waterfront, south of Exhibition Place, between Dufferin Street and Strachan Avenue, Ontario Place is easily accessible by car, TTC and GO Transit.

Ontario Place's address is:
955 Lake Shore Boulevard West
Toronto, Ontario M6K 3B9 

Toronto Transit Commission (TTC)

To get to Ontario Place via TTC:

Take the Bloor subway to Bathurst Station, then the Bathurst 511 streetcar south to Exhibition Place. You will then have to walk south through the Exhibition grounds, over the Lake Shore bridge and into Ontario Place.

From Wilson Station or Dufferin Station take the Dufferin 29 Bus South. This bus will take you to the Dufferin Gates at the north/west corner of Exhibition Place or to the Prince's gates at the east end of Exhibition Place. From there it is a 10 minute walk across the grounds to Ontario Place.

From Union Station, take the Harbourfront 509 streetcar to Exhibition Place. You will then have to walk south through the Exhibition grounds, over the Lake Shore bridge and into Ontario Place.

For more TTC information:
Call (416) 393-INFO or visit their website at www.ttc.ca.

Go Transit

Take the GO Train to Exhibition Place stop, then walk south through the Exhibition grounds, over the Lake Shore bridge and into Ontario Place.

For more GO Transit information:
Call (416) 869-3200 or 1-888-438-6646 or visit their website at www.gotransit.com.

Driving Directions

From the East
Take the Gardiner Expressway Westbound and exit at the Spadina Ave Exit, drive west along Lake Shore Blvd approximately 2 km and follow signs to Ontario Place.

From the West
Take the Gardiner Expressway and get off at the Jameson Ave exit and follow Lake Shore Blvd. Eastbound to Ontario Place.

Parking is limited and not guaranteed.

Due to traffic delays and limited parking at Ontario Place as a result of multiple special events in the area, we would like to recommend for our guests the use of taxis and public transportation (TTC, GO Transit) when coming to the park.

Alternative Parking on special event days will be at Fort York National Historic Site and the Direct Energy Centre at Exhibition Place.