Rogers Centre, Toronto, Canada

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1 Blue Jays Way

Toronto, ON M5V 1J1 Canada

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  • 1 mention in Must go places in Toronto?

    • Kate M.

      Kate M. said, "...and cafes, The Drake Hotel and Gladstone Hotel. If you're a sports fan, there's the Hockey Hall of Fame and the Rogers Centre or even the Air Canada Centre (for sports or concerts). There are a whole host of green spaces like..." See More

  • 1 mention in Road trip with children in New York/Toronto

    • Dave N.

      Dave N. said, "...St. Lawrence Market on a Saturday is entertaining. Get peameal sandwiches for the full experience. Catching a Blue Jays ballgame at Rogers Centre is pretty popular with the nine year olds I know...." See More

  • 1 mention in Toronto hotel and recommendations for overnight trip

    • Melissa H.

      Melissa H. said, " If you're into beer, try a tour of Steam Whistle Brewing. And of course, my beloved Blue Jays play at Rogers Centre regularly...." See More

  • 1 mention in Walking tours in Toronto

    • Tiffany W.

      Tiffany W. said, "...way you'll see many skyscapers. Turn right just past the MTCC and you'll find yourself at the CN Tower and the Rogers Centre, ON which are both architecturally beautiful. You can go to the top of the CN Tower for panaramic views of..." See More

  • 1 mention in Spring Break in Toronto: what to do?

    • Kim D.

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      Kim D. said, "...a Maple Leafs Hockey Game at the Air Canada Centre, or in the summer a Blue Jays Baseball Game at the Rogers Centre. Usually for games you can get "nosebleed" seats for $10-$15 each and although the stadium beer can be..." See More

  • 1 mention in Family of five heading to Toronto. What should we do?

    • Mein C.

      Mein C. said, " – there’s a holiday special until Jan 11, (located in the CNE grounds) Monster Jam – Jan 17, 18 @ Rogers Centre $25.00 – $135.00 Mammoth-sized 12-foot-tall, 10,000-pound trucks perform stunts and compete against each other University of Toronto -..." See More