Did you know?
Built in 1894, the Stewart Building originally housed the Toronto Athletic Club and one of the city’s first indoor pools.
The building was designed by E.J. Lennox, who was later responsible for Old City Hall and Casa Loma.
There have been numerous reports that the building is haunted…
Toronto Pearson International Airport
Toronto's largest and busiest airport is a short train ride from Union station. Airport limousines, taxis, and the TTC also service this airport.
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport
Toronto's island airport is minutes from downtown and accessible via taxi, shuttle bus, or public transit.
You can easily navigate downtown Toronto using the TTC (Toronto Transit Commission). For more information and transit maps, visit the TTC website.
Bike Share Toronto provides unlimited 30-minute trips on 24-hour or 72-hour passes. You can view a cycling map of the city here.
For information on available taxi companies and standard fares, visit the Tourism Toronto site.
There's always something exciting happening in Toronto. The city keeps an up to date calendar of festivals, concerts, markets, and events on its website.
The Rotman School of Management is a short distance away from many of Toronto's art galleries, museums, theatres, and shopping. From hockey or baseball to a night at the aquarium or fine dining in the financial district, there's plenty to explore.
Art Gallery of Ontario
Royal Ontario Museum
Concert, Sports & Event Tickets
Areas to visit:
- Kensington Market
- Queen West
- Queens Quay
- The Beach
- Centre Island