hours, location

Location

Metro Toronto Convention Centre
North Building, 255 Front St. West


Show Hours

Friday, November 9 (4pm to 9pm)
Saturday, November 10 (11am to 8pm)
Sunday, November 11 ( 10am to 6pm)


Admission Prices

VIP Pass $25
(Admits One to live broadcast of Wylde on Health on Friday evening, while seats last)
Plus Expert Panel on Saturday 1 to 3 pm,
including all Lectures, Exhibits, Stages Friday, Saturday, Sunday.
Note: No admission to live broadcast after 6 pm on Nov. 8.

Weekend Lecture Pass $15
(Admits One to all Lectures, Exhibits, and Stages all Weekend)

Weekend Exhibit Pass $10
(Admits One to All Exhibits and Stages all Weekend)

Tickets can be purchased at the door
(located on front lobby of Metro Toronto Convention Centre)


Directions to Convention Centre

From the West:

  • Take the 401 East to 427 South
  • Follow the Gardiner Expressway and exit at Spadina Avenue and go north
  • Turn right at Bremner Boulevard for the South Building
  • For the North Building, proceed further north on Spadina Avenue to Front Street and turn right

From the East:

  • Take the 401 West to the Don Valley Parkway south
  • Follow the Gardiner Expressway to Spadina Avenue and go north
  • Turn right at Bremner Boulevard for the South Building
  • For the North Building, proceed further north on Spadina Avenue to Front Street and turn right


Parking

The Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC) has 1,700 indoor parking spaces and 17,000 more in the immediate vicinity.

There are 12 handicapped parking spots in the North Building parking garage and 9 handicapped spots in the South Building garage.

Click on image to view parking facility

North Building Parking
Entrance to the North Building parking garage is on the west side of Simcoe Street, just south of Front Street West.

If you follow the directions we have provided, you will exit the Gardiner Expressway at Spadina Avenue and turn north on Spadina Avenue. When you reach Front Street, turn right. When you reach Simcoe Street, turn right again. You will see the North Building parking garage on your right-hand side.


Public Transit

Streetcars, buses, subways and GO trains provide the city with one of North America’s safest and most efficient public transit systems. It connects all parts of Toronto and outlying areas to Union Station, the city’s transportation hub. Union Station is accessible from the Centre via the Skywalk, a weather-protected walkway.

For more information visit the following website.
GO Transit
Toronto Transit Commission


Accessibility

The Metro Toronto Convention Centre is a fully accessible venue.