Eaton Centre - Toronto

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The Eaton Centre is a large shopping and tourist attraction located in downtown Toronto. Originally it is the location of the now bankrupt Eaton's Department store. The space where the department store once stood is now a Sears department store.

The shopping centre has approximately 270 retailers renging from international big box brands like H&M, Gap , Apple Store, Sephora, to independent shops providing cellphone unlocking service and gifts/souvenirs for tourists.

There are two food courts in the shopping centre. The newly re-opened and renovated Urban Eatery is located in the North End near the Dundas Street. This new foodcourt is unique in that people with reusable dishes and are returned to staff which gets returned back to the vendor for cleaning. Entrance and the second food court is in the lower concourse level at the southern end by the Queen Street Entrance.



Built in 1979, the Toronto Eaton Centre was a join project with Fairview (now Cadillac Fairview), Eatons and TD Bank.

Today Eaton Centre is one of Toronto's top tourist destinations with over 1M visitors per week. Its $746 of sales per square foot of retail space is one of the highest in North America

Notable features include Michael Snow’s flock of fiberglass Canada geese floating through the air.

View from the top level

Retailers (~270)



Mon-Fri 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Sat 9:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Sun 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Open on all holidays except Easter Sunday and Christmas Day

Civic Holiday August 1, 2011 - 10am - 6pm

General info

220 Yonge Street Suite 110,
Toronto ON M5B 2H1
Tel: (416) 598-8560
Web Site:

Urban Eatery
Urban Eatery
Urban Eatery
Michael Snow's geese flock
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