If you’re making a trip to the city to see us at INFINITI Downtown, why not make the most of your visit and explore the area? Here are some of our favourite places to shop in Toronto.
If you want to avoid major department stores and instead experience some local Toronto flair when shopping, go to Kensington Market. This popular area features a wide variety of unique shops and restaurants. To make it even more appealing, it’s located right next to Chinatown, another fun place to visit.
Yonge Eglinton Centre
The area that intersects at Yonge Street and Eglinton Ave offers a good mix of well-known stores and distinctive shops to suit an assortment of shoppers. From cosmetics and a spa to an espresso bar and more, you’re sure to spend plenty of time browsing here.
CF Toronto Eaton Centre
Less than 3 km from our dealership is the expansive CF Toronto Eaton Centre. You’ll find over 230 shops in this well-known shopping destination. Along with many shops and restaurants, this mall is also quite beautiful and features an inspiring installation by Canadian artist Michael Snow.
When you stop by and see us, let us know which must-visit spots are your favourite so we can add them to our list!
Are you ready for some outdoor fun? Luckily, Toronto is filled to the brim with green spaces for you to visit. Stretch your legs, get some fresh air, and take in the beauty of nature at these outstanding Toronto parks.
Toronto Island Park
Hop on a ferry and experience over 600 acres of natural beauty on the Toronto Islands. This park, which stretches across a group of 15 islands, will not only help you forget about any stress you’re feeling at the moment, but it will also give you a spectacular view of the Toronto skyline. Explore the beaches, check out the trails, and enjoy the Franklin Children’s Garden as you socially distance.
This list wouldn’t be complete without mentioning High Park. As the largest public park in the city, this option has a number of hiking trails, sports fields, playgrounds, and more. You can take a stroll by the lake, enjoy the Cherry Blossoms if it’s the right time of year, or simply sit and have a picnic.
Just outside of the city limits lies Rouge Park, a well-kept secret. This green space feels far away from the hustle and bustle of downtown Toronto, making it a peaceful getaway for city dwellers. It has the opportunity for a number of outdoor pursuits, whether you’re looking to head out on a hike or simply want to swim in the lake.
Here at INFINITI Downtown, we love taking part in Toronto’s bountiful outdoor offerings — and we encourage you to do the same!
Throughout Canada, people are staying at home to stay safe. If you find yourself missing in-person visits to our country’s amazing museums, here’s a roundup of online museum tours that you can enjoy from your home.
Art Gallery of Ontario
Brush up on your favourite artists at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO). This museum’s entire collection is available online, allowing you to search for specific paintings and artists. You can even check out multiple exhibits that AGO is hosting, including the incredible Boxwood Project.
Canadian War Museum
Discover new information about formative wars in our history at the Canadian War Museum. You can even check out the War of 1812 exhibit, which not only goes in-depth into the war, but also highlights four perspectives of it: Canadian, British, American, and Indigenous.
Canadian Museum of History
Learn about the Canada of the past at the Canadian Museum of History. This museum has a number of available exhibits to check out, including Inuit prints from Cape Dorset in Nunavut and a clickable playhouse that allows you to see old Canadian children’s toys. You can even get a closer look at the “Morning Star” painting from Alex Janvier on the museum’s ceiling. Your online options in this museum are seemingly endless.
These virtual museum outings are a great way to get your culture fix from the safety of home. And if you need to buy a new vehicle from home, too, we’re set up to help you do just that here at INFINITI Downtown in Toronto.
Fall is a wonderful time of year in Toronto. The city’s
trees begin to change colour, and the streets come to life with a variety of
fun activities. Here, we take a look at some Toronto fall festivals that you
won’t want to miss.
The Word on the Street Festival
Spend some time outdoors while celebrating the written word with The Word on the Street festival. This free event takes place on the shores of Lake Ontario on Sept. 21-22. Here, you’ll have the chance to meet over 200 authors. You can also shop at the world’s largest outdoor bookstore in the Marketplace for your next good read. It’s the perfect fall event for readers of all ages.
Grab your lederhosen and get ready for a taste of Germany with the Toronto Oktoberfest event. Set to take place Sept. 26-28 at Ontario Place, this event will celebrate German culture with delicious authentic food, live music, and, of course, good brews. People of all ages are welcomed and there will be a wide range of entertainment options to enjoy.
Nuit Blanche Toronto
Take a step into the world of contemporary art during Nuit Blanche Toronto. This event, which will take place Oct. 5, will transform Toronto’s streets and public spaces into art installations, live performances, and creative programs. This is the 13th year for Nuit Blanche Toronto, and this year’s festival explores the theme “You Are Here.” Discover more about this event on its official website.
While you are checking out the festivals in Toronto stop into INFINITI Downtown and test drive a new INFINITI.