The glass domed Eaton Centre is a shopping mall of architectural interest and features a huge Canadian geese mobile, Flight Stop, designed by artist Michael Snow.

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Eaton Centre, Toronto

The glass domed Eaton Centre is a shopping mall of architectural interest and features a huge Canadian geese mobile, Flight Stop, designed by artist Michael Snow..

The glass domed Eaton Centre is a shopping mall of architectural interest and features a huge Canadian geese mobile, Flight Stop, designed by artist Michael Snow.


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Sun

11:00

18:00

Mon

10:00

21:00

Tue

10:00

21:00

Wed

10:00

21:00

Thu

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Fri

10:00

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9:30

19:00

About Eaton Centre

 220 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON, Canada

 +1 416-598-8560

 www.torontoeatoncentre.com

Eaton Centre and Nearby Sights on Map

Toronto Eaton Centre

Yonge Dundas Square

St Michael's Catholic Cathedral

Gothic-style cathedral that is one of the oldest churches in Toronto

City Hall and Nathan Phillips Square

Toronto's modernist City Hall designed by Finnish architect Viljo Revell and was completed in 1965

Design Exchange (DX)

A shrine to Canada's pastime in the heart of the city

The PATH

The PATH is the world's largest underground shopping complex with 27 km (16 miles) of shopping arcades

College Park

This Art Deco masterpiece was the second home of Eaton's department store in Toronto and opened in 1930

Canada Life Building

This building, built in 1931 by the Canadian Life Insurance Company, is one of the finest examples of Beaux-Arts architecture in Toronto

Osgoode Hall

This beautiful building was originally built in 1832 to house the Law Society of Upper Canada

Cathedral Church of St. James

This impressive, gothic revival cathedral was built in 1844