Located at Exhibition Place in Toronto BMO Field is Canada's first soccer-specific stadium. Opened in summer of 2007, BMO Field was the main venue for the 3rd most watched sporting event in the world, the FIFA U-20 World Cup, in which it hosted over 260,000 people and 12 games. In its first year of operation, over 500,000 people entered BMO Field's gates. A series of renovations completed in 2016 added additional seating capacity to the stadium.
A popular end-of summer ritual, the CNE offers a wide variety of interactive entertainment experiences. Indulge in classic fair foods and kooky culinary concoctions. Flip inside out and upside down on a kaleidoscope of midway rides. Try your luck at vintage CNE games, the Casino and then shop till you drop as you scoop up bargains galore.
Take in all the attractions including concerts, celebrity chef demonstrations, an acrobatic & ice skating shows, a daily parade, international performances plus comedy and animal shows. Interact with Park Entertainers, Farm Animals, colourful characters in Kids World and so much more. All the EXcitement culminates on Labour Day Weekend in a three-day Air Show. Memories are waiting to be made at the CNE where there is fun for everyone. All events and attractions are FREE with admission to the CNE.
Meeting space includes two elegant rooms that will accommodate up to 450 people in theater seating. In addition, FOUNTAINBLU unrivaled facilities are equipped with cutting edge technology such as top-of-the-line sound systems and video distribution and a Wi-Fi system. FOUNTAINBLU is luxury redefined.
Situated squarely on the iconic Exhibition Place grounds, this luxury hotel in Toronto overlooks the Lake Ontario waterfront and is perfectly situated near the region’s most popular attractions. Hotel X Toronto spans three distinct spaces and offers unprecedented accommodations, entertainment, and athletics.
It is operated by the Liberty Entertainment Group and is located on British Columbia Road at the western end of the grounds. For additional information please contact www.libertygrand.com (416) 542-3789 or kindly email us
The Toronto Castle features unique -- but no less regal -- architecture from its former life as the Arts and Crafts Building of Exhibition Place. As our largest castle, Toronto provides ample space for King Philippe's massive feast, show of medieval games of skill and, of course, the authentic jousting tournament. The atmosphere inside the arena is electric as 1,400 revelers cheer on our six Knights whilst the swords clash and lances splinter
The OVO Athletic Centre (formerly the BioSteel Centre and the Toronto Raptors Practice Facility) is a state-of-the-art facility located on the west grounds of Exhibition Place. The 68,000 SF venue contains two full-sized basketball courts, gyms, locker rooms, advanced medical facilities and other player ameneties. The OVO Athletic Centre is home to the Toronto Raptors professional basketball team, and a section of the building is reserved for use by the community.
Nestled between BMO Field and the Press Building, with plenty of adjacent parking the QET is Toronto’s newest, hottest concert venue. Concert goers will applaud this intimate venue, from the high ceilings and exceptional acoustics to the fully-stocked bar and lounge.
Our staff are experienced and professional riding instructors certified in first-aid. We maintain an excellent selection of school horses, ranging from novice to advanced level mounts. Group and private lessons are available by appointment six days a week, and our heated indoor riding area assures you comfortable conditions throughout the year.
We specialize in taking insecure, unbalanced and sometimes nervous students and safely turning them into elegant accomplished riders. Our introductory courses are specially designed for first time riders (as well as novice riders with little formal instructional background).
The Royal is the largest combined indoor agricultural fair and international equestrian competition in the world. Where Canadian and International breeders, growers and exhibitors are declared champions and where hundreds of thousands of attendees come to learn, compete, shop and have a great time with friends and family.
The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair began on November 22, 1922 with an astonishing 17,000 agricultural entries and over 150,000 visitors. Now planning for its 86th year, The Royal continues to hold an important place in the world of agriculture and in the hearts and minds of the many participants and visitors - now over 326,000 strong - who continue to appreciate this truly one-of-a-kind event.
Toronto Event Centre's three acres of outdoor licensed patio space also allows for additional capacity and the ability to set up customized bars, patios, tents and cabanas. As the former Horticulture Building at Exhibition Place, it has undergone a complete interior restoration creating a state-of-the-art nightclub atmosphere for hosting concerts and special events. Juxtaposing classical architecture and charm with modern magnificence, Toronto Event Centre is quickly becoming the landmark of Toronto's historical exhibition grounds as the city's most innovative special event and entertainment venue.
Established by the City of Toronto in 1987, TFI is located in an 8,000 sf heritage building at Exhibition Place. As the world's first fashion incubator, TFI's success in creating jobs, attracting strategic partnerships and contributing to the local GDP has inspired similar centres in cities such as New York, Chicago, London, Milan, Melbourne, Auckland and Amsterdam.
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The 2,675 square-foot venue lives in the west side of the Queen Elizabeth Building complex, which was constructed in 1957.
The building was originally envisioned as the CNE’s Women’s Building and was renamed the Queen Elizabeth Building in 1957. It has a long and rich history of hosting exhibits and educational events. Most recently, the space served as the Executive Offices for the Exhibition Place Board of Governors.
In 2016, the CNEA won a bid to redevelop these offices as a multi-purpose gallery space to facilitate events and workshops for the neighbouring community and beyond.
The renovation of the space was completed in 2017. The CNEA’s overall design concept for the renovation of the building was to honour its mid-century Modernist history, while embracing a clean, simple and contemporary look.