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The Waterfront Information

Stretching across the southern edge of the city, Toronto's waterfront area has a nautical nature that pervades its plentiful parks and shops. Queen's Quay Terminal historic building marks the strip's centre point along the harbour, with shopping, restaurants and an Inuit art gallery. Alongside, the expansive Harbourfront Centre is an arts hub with free festivals every weekend throughout the summer. HTO Park (a sandy strip complete with umbrellas and lounge chairs), Ireland Park and the Music Garden (designed by Yo-Yo Ma) all offer serene escape. Eat some seafood, grab a coffee and go for a stroll, enjoying the breezes blowing in from the lake and the view of sails bobbing on the water.


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