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Eaton Centre, Toronto: 36 reviews and 59 photos

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  • Eaton Centre - Toronto
      Eaton Centre
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The Eaton Centre is situated in the heart of Downtown Toronto. This is a 'must see' when you visit Toronto as it is a large shopping mall and lots of visitors come here being one of North America's top shopping destinations. Other tourist come to Eaton's not only to shop but also to experience a different kind of atmosphere and architecture. It's unique sculpture of Canada geese is one of the mall attractions. Hungry? Don't worry you don't need to go out of the mall. You will find fastfoods on both ends of the mall where you can eat your lunch and dinner with the selection of Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Jamaican, Thailand, Vietnamese, Arabian, and of course Canadian dishes. After your meal, you may take a walk and you will find at the centre of the mall, the famous fountain. After you have done shopping and want to do some more, then you may exit at Yonge Street where you will find the Canon, and the Elgin & Winter Garden theatres. You may be able to witness street performers at the Yonge and Dundas corner and Yonge and Queen intersection. That's not all. There are more attractions you will find nearby which is too many to mention.

For your convenience, I am giving you the store schedule below:
Monday to Friday 10AM to 9PM
Saturday 9:30AM to 7PM
Sunday 12PM to 6PM

Come and enjoy your visit at Toronto Eaton's Centre. A Toronto mall you should not miss!

What to buy: There are approximately 280 shops, restaurants and other services being housed under one roof. You will find items of brand names in most shops. You may be able to buy souvenirs on some selected stores.

What to pay: Prices are above average. Most stores offer Sales on selected items many times in a year.

Address: 220 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario M5B 2H1
Directions: *Take subway train and get off at Dundas or Queen Station
*Take the Dundas line to Yonge and Dundas or the Queen line to Yonge & Queen.

Phone: 416 598 8560
Theme: Department Store
Website: http://www.toronto.com/shops_services/listing/000-212-724

Review Helpfulness: 4.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Jul 29, 2006
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