Ontario Place is an agency of the Government of Ontario that features 155 acres of breathtaking waterfront property in Toronto. The iconic location is a venue for activities, live music, festivals, events and more. Re-opened as a beautiful public space, the previously closed Ontario Place left behind its theme park days and blossomed into a park that honours the landscape and brings people of all ages and communities together.
Movies at Cinesphere, the Trillium Park & William G. Davis Trail and a wide range of live concerts. There are tons of events going on at Ontario Place and you’re welcome to come experience them all.
The summer of 2019 at Ontario Place will usher in an era of “˜fun in the sun’. Toronto’s favourite destination for exploration and leisure activities is bringing its A-Game this summer with a variety of sport and recreational activities.
Come play in our recreational space! We have a variety of activities for all ages and skill levels, including:
All activities are located on the East Commons, near the Vista Eatery. Available on a first come first served basis. Chess sets, ping pong paddles and balls are available at the Vista Eatery
We have a pop-up skatepark made of Freshpark ramps offers quarter pipes, rails, and fun boxes complete with an awesome view of the CN Tower!
Have your own skate gear? The skatepark is open daily from 10am – 6pm.
If you need to rent gear or interested in taking a lesson, CJ’s Skatepark staff will be onsite every Saturday to offer up some unique programming.
Explore Ontario Place from the lake! We have several boats available for rent including kayaks and paddleboats.
For more info, please visit www.lakeshoreboatrentals.com
Phone: (416) 836-4724
Reservations are made in person a on a first come, first serve basis.
Go Tours Canada is back for another season of Segway Tours at Ontario Place this Spring and Summer! This is your opportunity to enjoy the rolling hills of the William G. Davis trail & the West Island on two wheels.
2019 tours start May 18th, include Segway training, an hour-long tour and multiple photo opportunities. Book NOW for tours starting May 18, 2019. Visit their website or call 416-642-0008 for more details and to book your tour!
Initially opening in 1971, Cinesphere was created as the world’s first permanent IMAX theatre.
IMAX is a proprietary large-format projection system developed in Ontario, and Cinesphere features a unique and immersive IMAX® theatre experience that allows for screening of films with IMAX’s laser digital and 70mm film technologies. Graeme Ferguson’s North of Superior was the first film commissioned for and screened at Cinesphere at its 1971 grand opening, and it helped put the IMAX format on the map.
In 2014, after being out of operation for several years, the Province of Ontario designated Cinesphere a structure of Cultural Heritage Value. Provincial government funding supporting the revitalization of Ontario Place made Cinesphere accessible once again, with Ontario Place reopening the iconic Cinesphere for both public and private events on November 3, 2018.
Now restored to its original glory – with some modern enhancements – Cinesphere remains the largest IMAX theatre in the province. The theatre is now open year-round and offers a variety of films for all ages. Current capacity holds 615 seats and 527 for 3D viewing.
Ontario Place welcomes everyone to experience films on the big screen, and more, at our waterfront destination IMAX theatre.
Join us for free yoga in Trillium Park every Saturday and Sunday mornings along with monthly sunset sessions on the West Island.
A hatha – Vinyasa class focused on connecting breath to body and body to breath, mindfully strengthening the core and body by focusing on your alignment. The class is accessible to all levels.
All levels are welcome.
For more information and to receive class reminders, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please bring your own mat.