CF Toronto Eaton Centre is an exceptionally large indoor shopping centre and office complex at the heart of Toronto, Canada. With more than 230 stores, vintage cinemas, and restaurants, there’s something to appeal to everyone.

    Since 1977’s founding of a revolutionary retail store chain by Timothy Eaton, the centre has been Toronto’s most popular attraction, seeing more visitors than its busiest airport as well as either of the two busiest malls or Central Park in America. There are over 50 million people attracted to the area for a variety of reasons annually, with a lively, young atmosphere due to its proximity to Ryerson University.

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    What are the highlights of CF Toronto Eaton Centre?

    Parallel to Yonge Street, CF Toronto Eaton Centre features a succession of towering arches around its main retail section. The prominent Canadian luxury goods chain Hudson’s Bay is connected to the centre via a modern-styled sky bridge over Queen Street West. Another luxury department store with a location at the mall is the American chain Saks Fifth Avenue, known for its high-end fashions.

    Other well-known companies represented at the mall include Indigo Books and Music, H&M, a Samsung Store, and an Apple Store. Activities around the mall to enjoy include concerts, clubbing in Distillery District bars near the East End, and outdoor skating.

    What else is good to know about CF Toronto Eaton Centre?

    CF Toronto Eaton Centre is a 2-minute walk from the Queen station and a 5-minute walk from the Dundas station. It’s also a 10-minute walk from the popular, eco-friendly, and 17-story hotel Marriott City centre. Additional ways to reach the mall are through either the Queen or Dundas stations on line 1 of Yonge-University.

    Apart from the appealing styles inside the mall, there are significant outside landmarks as well such as Yonge-Dundas Square and Nathan Phillips Square. Free Wi-Fi is available for public use throughout CF Toronto Eaton Centre, though a Facebook account, Twitter account, or email address is required to gain access to it.

    CF Toronto Eaton Centre

    Location: 220 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M5B 2H1, Canada

    Open: Monday–Saturday from 10 am to 8 pm, Sunday from 11 am to 7 pm

    Phone: +1 416-598-8560

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