Nathan Phillips Square
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Nathan Phillips is an urban plaza that forms the forecourt to Toronto City Hall. The square is the site of concerts, art displays, a weekly farmers' market, the winter festival of lights, and other public events, including demonstrations.
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Rent skates in the winter and go ice skating. Sit beside the soothing fountain in the summer.
To all guests who are visiting Toronto Ontario, although my area is not in Downtown Toronto, you can just get on the train & travel time is approximately 40 this is one of the most popular place to go. Nathan Phillips Square is a vibrant, active space in the heart of the City. Every year, over 1.5…
Nathan Phillips Square Located right in front of City Hall, the Nathan Phillips rink tends to get pretty crowded.
One of the top destinations for Toronto visitors due to its central location, food trucks and skating rink. Close to city hall and Toronto Eaton Centre. Lots of parades, fireworks and events happen here.
Downtown Toronto is really a vibrant place with restaurants for international foods (everything is here from Indian, Chinese, Korean, French, Vietnamese foods...); lots of entertainment hubs while still well preserving its old architectures. Commuting within downtown Toronto zone is convenient with…
Nathan Phillips Square is the name of the big open space in front of the Toronto City Hall. Both are famous, especially the big TORONTO sign that all tourists take a selfie with!
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