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North of Toronto you’ll find the pleasant commuter suburb of Richmond Hill, an area with an abundance of natural beauty, and the rose capital of the world, with colorful flowers growing throughout the town. With a strong emphasis on culture and history, there’s plenty for visitors to do and see, and the area also attracts business travelers who visit the many major corporations situated in town.

Things to see

The Elvis Stojko Arena offers a seasonal winter indoor skating rink, with fun public sessions where you can zip around in circles, and figure skating lessons where you can learn those impressive professional moves. The David Dunlap Observatory houses the largest telescope in Canada, and this small, domed building hosts dozens of events and educational programs designed to get visitors excited about space. The sleek, modern Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts (RHCPA) hosts family-friendly shows, rock concerts, classical recitals, ballet, and even ice dancing shows from its multi-purpose stage, and the venue also has a smaller space for small performances, rehearsals, and events. You can learn more about the history of the area at the Regency style Richmond Hill Heritage Centre which hosts exhibits related to local history, as well as local community events. Wander around outside and you’ll also enjoy the greenery dotted with roses, an abundant flower in this area.

Hotels in Richmond Hill

Richmond Hill hotels often feature fitness centers, spa tubs, indoor or outdoor pools, hair salons, restaurants, and complimentary WiFi. Once you retire to your room, you’ll find extras such as cable television, hair dryers, bathrobes, minibars, refrigerators, coffee makers, and pillowtop mattresses. If you’ve decided to travel in Richmond Hill on business, then you’ll enjoy extras such as 24 hour business centers, meeting rooms, audiovisual equipment, complimentary breakfasts, and free guest parking. Rooms will often have desks and direct dial phones, with complimentary newspapers to keep you up to date with the world.

Where to stay

Although it has the appearance of a small town, Richmond Hill has many large corporations making their headquarters here, and you’ll see many impressive modern buildings in the heart of downtown. This means the area is popular with business travelers, with business and finance being the predominant sectors. The Oak Ridges area of Richmond Hill is popular with families, with community parks, leafy streets, and is based around the calm waters of Wilcox Lake, allowing for plenty of outdoor fun.

How to get to Richmond Hill

Richmond Hill Station offers train and bus services from the downtown area, with regular commuter services to Toronto taking under an hour. There’s also Richmond Hill Langstaff Station located in the southern part of town which is on the same line. Many visitors arrive at Toronto Pearson International Airport, getting a cab or rental car from the terminal and driving to Richmond Hill in about half an hour. You can also take an express bus to the center of Toronto in about 20 minutes, and then take the connecting GO train to Richmond Hill.