Established in 1879, Exhibition Place has grown from its rather humble origins into an exciting, world-class venue playing host to numerous trade and consumers shows each year, including the Canadian National Exhibition.

Exhibition Place, Beanfield Centre
105 Princes’ Blvd, Toronto, ON M6K 3C3, Canada

Directions to Exhibition Place

Whether you are coming by car, bicycle, or local transit (TTC), there are many convenient options to get here. We are located in downtown Toronto on the shores of Lake Ontario. Take a virtual tour of the Exhibition Place grounds.
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By Car

How to get to Exhibition Place by car.
From the East

Take the Gardiner Expressway west to Spadina/Lake Shore Boulevard cutoff and follow the signs for Lake Shore Boulevard.

Take Lake Shore Boulevard to Strachan Avenue and enter via Manitoba Dr. (just north of the Princes’ Gates).

From the West

Take the Gardiner Expressway east to Lake Shore Boulevard

Stay on Lake Shore Blvd. West

There are three entrance points (at the traffic lights) to Exhibition Place from Lake Shore Boulevard – British Columbia Road, Ontario Drive and Newfoundland Drive.

From Pearson International Airport

Exit 427 south to Gardiner Expressway East.

Take the Gardiner Expressway east to Lake Shore Boulevard.

There are three entrance points (at the traffic lights) to Exhibition Place from Lake Shore Boulevard – British Columbia Drive, Ontario Drive and Newfoundland Drive.

From City Centre Airport

Take Bathurst Street north to Lakeshore Blvd. West.

Take Lake Shore Boulevard West, turn north on Strachan Avenue and enter via Manitoba Dr. (just north of the Princes Gates), or turn North onto Fort York Road, and west at the lights on to Strachan Avenue into Exhibition Place.

Click here to find out about road closures on the Exhibition Place Grounds.

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By Bicycle

Riding to Exhibition Place? We’ve got you covered.

Bicycles at Exhibition Place

There are 732 bike racks located on the grounds of Exhibition Place. Download a map of their locations here.

Toronto’s first New Mobility Hub is located at the Exhibition Place GO Station. The Hub provides multiple modes of transportation services such as TTC, GO, a Bikeshare Hub, bicycle parking, a WIFI hotspot, taxi hotline, weather and tourist info, secure bicycle lockers, and a map of downtown Toronto.

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Public Transit

How to get to Exhibition Place using public transit

There are two stations on Exhibition Grounds and numerous parking locations both above and below ground.

29 Dufferin Bus

Take the Bloor subway to Dufferin Station, board the #29 bus south to Exhibition Place.

Summer: Please note that the #29 Dufferin stops at Dufferin Gate Loop and does not enter the grounds from mid-June until after the CNE

Fall: Please note that there will be a temporary route change from 8 p.m. October 27 to 6 a.m. November 11, 2019.

Click here for more information on this route change.

TTC 29 Dufferin

121A/C Fort York-Esplanade

This bus route originates at Front St East at Parliament St. and will drop passengers off at Princes’ Gates loop.

Please note that during the summer, the 121A (Exhibition Place-Distillery) branch operates all day, every day outside the summer months. The 121C (Exhibition-Cherry Beach) is a seasonal route that operates from mid-May to mid-October.

TTC 121 Fort-York Esplanade

121A/C Fort York-Esplanade

This bus route originates at Front St East at Parliament St. and will drop passengers off at Princes’ Gates loop.

Please note that during the summer, the 121A (Exhibition Place-Distillery) branch operates all day, every day outside the summer months. The 121C (Exhibition-Cherry Beach) is a seasonal route that operates from mid-May to mid-October.

TTC 121 Fort-York Esplanade

509 Harbourfront Streetcar

Take the Yonge-University subway to Union Station. Take the 509 Streetcar from the Union Station southbound streetcar tunnel towards Exhibition Place.

TTC 509 Harbourfront

NOTE:
– There are two streetcar stops at Exhibition Place, at Strachan Avenue, and at Exhibition Loop, adjacent to the Horse Palace/GO Station.
– For events held at Enercare Centre & Beanfield Centre please use the Strachan Avenue stop adjacent to the Princes’ Gates.
– For events in BMO Field, Ricoh Coliseum, Queen Elizabeth Building or Better Living Centre please use the TTC loop at the end of the line.

Exhibition GO

If travelling to Exhibition Place by GO Transit, please get off at the Exhibition GO station.

For more information, visit the TTC at www.ttc.ca or call 416-393-4636 or GO Transit at www.gotransit.com or call 1-888-GET-ON-GO (438-6646) toll-free or 1-800-387-3652 (TTY teletypewriters only).

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Parking at Exhibition Place

Offering 5,800 parking spaces located adjacent to one of Toronto’s main highways, the Gardiner Expressway, including 1,300 underground. A convenience very few venues can offer!

We are enhancing the signage in our lots in order to better serve you!

Parking is available to the public in the following lots:
  • Enercare entre Garage = 850
  • 851, 852, 853, 854, 855, 856, 857, 858, and 859

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Accessible Parking

Exhibition Place provides a total of 88 accessible parking spaces throughout all of its surface parking lots and indoor garage. All spaces are located near the entrances to the lots and/or close to the pedestrian access points to buildings and event spaces. Regular parking rates apply.

Hybrid Vehicle Parking Spaces

A total of 14 parking spaces are provided exclusively for energy-efficient hybrid electric/gasoline vehicles. These preferred spaces are located in Lots 852, 852, 853 and 854 and the indoor garage, in close proximity to the wheelchair-accessible spaces. The preferred location of the hybrid spaces recognizes the contribution that owners are making towards lowering emissions, and the use of the spaces is left to the discretion of drivers. Regular parking rates apply.

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Charge your electric vehicle in the underground parking garage at Enercare Centre. Look for the green ‘Electric Vehicle Charging Station’ signs in the underground parking lot: on the west, and north side of Hall D (green zone); south side of Hall B (blue zone); north and south side of Hall A (red zone). Regular parking rates apply.

Parent and Child Parking

A total of 5 parking spaces are provided for the exclusive use of parents with small children and/or strollers. These are located in the indoor garage, and in Lots 851 and 853, near the accessible and hybrid parking spaces, with easy access to the buildings and event space. Regular parking rates apply.

Click here to find out about road closures on the Exhibition Place Grounds.

Regular Daily Parking Rates
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Accommodation

Hotel X Toronto

botox training, filler course, prp, and mesotherapy-Certification Courses for Physicians & Nurses-Canadian Board of Aesthetic Medicine (CBAM)

LOCATION: 111 Princes’ Blvd., Toronto, ON M6K 3C3

RATING: 5 Star

RESERVATIONS LINE: 1-647- 475-9244 

The Ritz-Carlton Toronto

botox training, filler course, prp, and mesotherapy-Certification Courses for Physicians & Nurses-Canadian Board of Aesthetic Medicine (CBAM)

LOCATION: 181 Wellington Street W, Toronto

RATING: 5 Star

RESERVATIONS LINE: 1-416-585-2500

Delta Hotels by Marriott Toronto

LOCATION: 75 Lower Simcoe St, Toronto, ON M5J 3A6

RATING: 4 Star

RESERVATIONS LINE: 1-416-849-1200

Fairmont Royal York

botox training, filler course, prp, and mesotherapy-Certification Courses for Physicians & Nurses-Canadian Board of Aesthetic Medicine (CBAM)

LOCATION: 100 Front Street W, Toronto

RATING: 4 Star

RESERVATIONS LINE: 1-800-663-7229

Hyatt Regency Toronto

botox training, filler course, prp, and mesotherapy-Certification Courses for Physicians & Nurses-Canadian Board of Aesthetic Medicine (CBAM)

LOCATION: 370 King Street W, Toronto

RATING: 4 Star

RESERVATIONS LINE: 1-416-343-1234

InterContinental Toronto

botox training, filler course, prp, and mesotherapy-Certification Courses for Physicians & Nurses-Canadian Board of Aesthetic Medicine (CBAM)

LOCATION: 255 Front Street W, Toronto

RATING: 4 Star

RESERVATIONS LINE: 1-800-235-4670

For more hotels and restaurants nearby the Exhibition Place Toronto, check out the map.

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Toronto in June

June launches Toronto’s high travel season, as the weather is appealing at that time, and a lot of city’s most vibrant and interesting festivals take place during July, and lively streets keep dull moments in short supply as summer arrives lakeside city.

For more information about Toronto’s festivals and entertainment, please check here.

Congress Tickets

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Visa Invitation Letter

Invitation letters for visa application purposes are available for international attendees upon request.
Notes:
– International attendees who purchase the Full Access Ticket will receive an invitation letter free of charge.
– International attendees who purchase the General Admission Ticket will have to pay for the visa invitation letter. The processing fee for this letter is $150 CAD non-refundable. (Note: We can not provide the letter before purchasing the congress ticket)
– If your visa application gets rejected, you might be eligible for a partial limited refund for your ticket based on our refund policy.
– CBAM does not take any responsibility for the acceptance and process of your visa application.
– CBAM does not send any invitation letters directly to Immigration Canada. CBAM will only provide you with the letter of invitation. You may add this letter to your visa application.