The University of Toronto’s Downtown Campus is a short walk or transit ride to a variety of attractions; options range from shopping, to entertainment, performance venues and much more! Ripley’s Aquarium, the CN Tower, Roy Thompson Hall and of course, the Royal Ontario Museum are a few of the most popular tourist attractions. Just a few minutes away via subway, or if you wish to drive, boutique shopping malls such as Yorkdale and Vaughan Mills are within reach, as is Wonderland, Canada’s premier theme park.
The ROM is Canada’s largest museum with collections that span art, culture and nature from across time and around the Globe. Among North America’s most renowned museums, the ROM is home to more than 12 million objects and specimens, 40 galleries and exhibitions spaces and a range of fascinating exhibitions, lectures, tours and events.Directions
The Toronto Eaton Centre attracts the most visitors of any of Toronto's tourist attractions. It is an unrivaled retail destination in the heart of Canada’s most populous city, featuring more than 250 shops. CF Toronto Eaton Centre attracts almost 50 million visitors annually and ranks as one of North America’s best performing centres. CF Toronto Eaton Centre is the first Canadian shopping centre to feature both a Nordstrom and a Saks Fifth Avenue. Located at the south-west corner of Yonge St and Dundas St, CF TEC is easily accessible via transit, by foot, or by car. It is a short walk from our Conference locationDirections