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Yonge Street

Yonge Street
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Type of Attraction
Streets & Squares
Interests That Apply
Local Culture, Shopping, History, Art, Fashion, Culinary Arts, Architecture
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Price: Free
Is there parking?: Limited
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Mobility Obstacles: Busy/High traffic
Water/Drinks: Available at attraction or nearby.
This is a good place to get: Snacks Dinner Lunch Breakfast
Restrooms: Available
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Yonge Street

City's Longest Artery

Address: Phone:
Queen's Quay West north to City Limits
Toronto, ON M4W 2H1
+1 416 597 0255 (Downtown Yonge Business Improvement Area)
Fax: +1 416 597 0233 ( (Downtown Yonge Business Improvement Area)


Not only does this street designate Toronto's east-west split, it is also the city's longest artery. In face, Yonge is known as the world's longest street, stretching from Lake Ontario to the town of Rainy River, more than 1900 km away. Used as a trail by the Hurons, the road came to be an official passage in the 1790s. Today it is a beehive of activity, with businesses lining both sides; especially in the section between Front and Lawrence. One of Toronto's three subway lines operates along this thoroughfare.

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Times & Dates

Open Hours: 24 hrs
Notes: Individual business hours vary.
Visit Time: 1hr-2hr
Average Wait Time: None
Price: Free


Outdoor with little or no covering.

Age Recommendations/Requirements

Ages Admitted: Infants/Toddlers (0-3yrs), Children (4-8yrs), Pre-teen (9-12yrs), Teen, Adult, Senior
Ages that would most enjoy this attraction: Pre-teen (9-12yrs), Teen, Adult
Groups that would most enjoy this attraction: Couples, Families, Friends, Groups, Solo Travelers


Nearest Train or Bus: Yonge Line
Best Modes of Transportation: Subway Walking
Notes: The Yonge subway line runs the length of the street from Union Station up to the northern city limits.
Parking Availability: Limited

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