A Weekend at the Habourfront Centre, Toronto

Toronto’s rich history comes alive before your eyes at Toronto on the Water! Visitors to Queen’s Quay Terminal can trace the visually stunning waterfront history through Toronto on the Water, a photo exhibit that features over 100 archival images

Outside of Queen’s Quay Terminal, visitors can join one of many boat tours.
Boat Cruise

Beach lovers don’t miss out the beach at H2O Park.
Beach at Toronto's H2O Park

Toronto Island Airport is getting quite busy these days. Although the noisy can be annoying, some people might love to watch planes landing.
Plane Landing

The WaveDeck, part of Toronto waterfront boardwalk, resembles a powerful wave.
Toronto Waterfront Boardwalk

There is a photo exhibit outside The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery featuring Toronto’s beaches.
Leslie Spit, Toronto

You can spot arts at Harbourfront Centre everywhere.
Wire Sculptures
Harbourfront Centre
Harbourfront Centre
Harbourfront Centre

You can play giant chess at Harbourfront Centre for free.

The Toronto All-Star Big Band boasts an 18-piece ensemble, including five vocalists, and performs the original styles of your favourites like Glenn Miller, Lee Dorsey, and Benny Goodman, and the songs of Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald and The Andrews Sisters.
Toronto All Star Big Band
Toronto All Star Big Band

Come to challenge the best b-boy/b-girl crews that Toronto has to offer.
The Call OUT

The Power Plant
The Power Plant is one of Canada’s leading public galleries devoted to contemporary art, located in Toronto, Ontario at Harbourfront Centre. As a non-collecting art gallery, The Power Plant has presented new and recent work by numerous Canadian artists along with their international peers.
The Power Plant
In 1980, Harbourfront Corporation provided the Art Gallery at Harbourfront with the opportunity to renovate the 1920s powerhouse as its new home. Peter Smith of Lett/Smith Architects was chosen to undertake the renovations, the design of which has taken into consideration both the history of the building and the demands of contemporary art.The powerhouse was then converted to an art gallery and opened to the public on 1 May 1987. The Power Plant is recognizable by its smokestack and exterior façade which have been restored to maintain reference to its history.

A busker at Harbourfront Centre