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Toronto Eaton Centre

Shopping Mall
Downtown, Toronto
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  • Monica K.
    "Toronto Eaton centre is the best mall in Toronto"(8 Tips)
    Will R.
    "Urban Eatery at the North end is a great spot for lunch"(6 Tips)
    Miguel F.
    "They need to renovate this mall, mirror Yorkdale, something!"(5 Tips)
    Iris
    "One of the best malls with an amazing food court!"(19 Tips)
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  • Ksenia B.
    Ksenia BuslaevaJuly 22, 2015
    Oh, Eaton Centre! It's a hell when Christmas time or Black Friday - the whole city is there :)) overall good shopping mall, food court is awesome,but you may not find a seat.Too many people, no space
  • PCL Construction
    PCL ConstructionJanuary 22, 2013
    This project involved the demolition and reconfiguration of the existing atrium and lower two levels at the Yonge and Dundas entrance to the Toronto Eaton Centre in the heart of downtown Toronto. Read more
  • Carol Brailey Image Consulting
    Shopping for a Little Black Dress (LBD) at the Eaton Centre? Does an LBD really work for you? Here are two easy steps to follow to determine if and how to customize the LBD rule for you... Read more
  • Nikki S.
    Nikki S.October 21, 2013
    This place has EVERY store imaginable! The centre states free wifi but when I logged in it stated, "guest users exceeded for the day". Other than that, food court was clean and stores full.
  • Chethan
    ChethanFebruary 13
    Free Wifi, Access to Subway, Apple, Microsoft stores, Eatery @ Ground floor, Victoria Secret, Canadian Tire,Best Buy. You name it they all have it here. Probably u might run into some celebs as well
  • Content Equals M.
    Despite online shopping, the Toronto Eaton Centre reminds you why you love shopping in the first place. See what malls can teach content creators about attracting people and marketing strategy. Read more
  • Kevin L.
    Kevin LeggeNovember 22, 2013
    Connected to Hudson bay and has all sorts of UK shoos. Topman etc. That's where all the designer shops too are...good Chinese restaurants 5 minutes from here and about 10 minutes from the Go Station
  • Moonal S.
    Moonal ShamsFebruary 2, 2011
    Exit via Dundas station and take escalators up to the lobby between Sears and H&M if you need a good rendezvous spot. There are seats, good cellphone reception, and you can exit to Dundas Square too.
  • Eric S.
    Eric SiuNovember 5, 2015
    Want a place to shop until you drop? Eaton center is your place. 4 floors full of stores, a fancy food court in the basement and they occasionally have random buskers in the front entrance
  • Thomas
    ThomasSeptember 19, 2014
    If you are lining up for any new Apple product launch the best time to go is 5am .. You seriously don't need to line up 1 day in advance !!!
  • Irfan M.
    The best mall at a great square. Get the shopping done and then stroll along Young or Dundas. Beautiful memories for my wife and I
  • Wendy D.
    Wendy D.April 4, 2012
    Want great but cheap weekend parking? Head to the underground parking lot off Adelaide Street; once you've parked, cross Richmond Street to The Bay - best $6 you can spend for downtown parking!
  • Carol Brailey Image Consulting
    Shopping while not knowing colours that give off your best for hair, makeup, clothing and accessories? It may be time for you to shop knowing your best colours to wear... Read more
  • The Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign
    After a day of browsing 230 shops, restaurants and services, head over to Toronto’s City Hall on Oct 6 for an amazing pink illumination in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. www.bcacampaign.com
  • Djanilson M.
    It's awesome that this mall exist there downtown. However the food court is too crowded during the lunch and dinner time, so it is difficult to find a place to sit.
  • Bunny R.
    Bunny RabidOctober 2, 2010
    The Indigo store is one of the best in the city. Sephora staff are really nice and helpful. Avoid the Apple store at peak hours and weekends, it's always a zoo.
  • Henry's
    Henry'sJanuary 21, 2013
    Toronto's downtown shopping centre, there's plenty to see and photograph here! There's even a flock of Canada Geese overhead. Forgot your camera? That's ok, we're just East on Queen St!
  • Kate K.
    Kate KatNovember 19, 2012
    Best mall in toronto ever! You will always feel welcomed and get much better customer service than any mall in toronto (yorkdale mall sucks and is for snobby rich people)
  • Sharonlynn V.
    Sharonlynn VillaverdeAugust 24, 2012
    Dear tourists, we love you but please plan your day properly rather than stopping in the middle of foot traffic flow and pointing to the ceiling. Step aside. Much love.
  • Andre A.
    Andre ArrudaDecember 5, 2010
    If you don't have a wheel/scooter or pushing a baby in a stroller, and decide to use the elevator. Than you're an asshole. Leave the elevator for people who need them. Lazy isn't a disability!
  • Meltem Y.
    Meltem YilmazAugust 2, 2015
    Almost everyday i went there💟as a my second home.It's so convenience and big enough to what you're looking for.Also it's in Dundas Square.what else would it have😎😍
  • Diana L.
    Diana LaceWigsCanadaDecember 26, 2012
    Do you work near the Eaton Centre? If you need a relaxing massage at the office. Call (416) 460-5752 and book your workplace massage for 10 minutes per person.
  • Noel C.
    Noel ClarkeAugust 16, 2011
    If you're in Toronto and have hit the CN tower, this is a great place to hang, shop and relax, before or after.
  • Melicent Y.
    Melicent YoungMay 29, 2013
    The Toronto Eaton Centre and Yorkdale are nice shopping malls. The problem is gang violence. I would prefer police presence in malls, like they do in some high schools.
  • MINUSX11 X.
    MINUSX11 XAugust 21, 2011
    If u want a good laugh, check out The Apple Store. Haven't seen this many losers in one place in my life (except at other Apple Stores, of course). :)
  • Carol Brailey Image Consulting
    Shopping not knowing your best colours? By wearing YOUR right colours you are guaranteed to look younger, healthier and more vibrant. Receive 10% off colour consult if you quote you saw this tip... Read more
  • Gerry
    GerryJune 17, 2014
    Avoid the bathrooms on the ground floor by Queen St. They're smaller and often not as clean. Use the bathrooms on the north end: beside Old Navy, or in the Urban Eatery.
  • Rae
    RaeNovember 30, 2015
    They need more and bigger and better bathrooms. Plan ahead if you are shopping there, expect a long wait time for the ladies room in this mall.
  • Chris O.
    Chris ODecember 21, 2014
    One of Toronto's biggest. Can be crowded with kids off school hours and on weekends. Dundas and Queen are your subway stops.
  • Aaron D.
    Aaron DoucetMay 4, 2013
    This is a cool mall to shop. One reason you'd shop here is if you want a good deal. Also, it's a fun place to buy things. 5/5
  • Derek F.
    Derek FlemingJuly 24, 2013
    huge mall with stores that new york does not have. two of the favorites are browns (shoes) and brims (hats)
  • HanBi K.
    HanBi KApril 15, 2015
    How come #Zara has only 3 #mirrors in the entire store... That's not accaptible for a clothing store 😟 please install more mirrors!!! It's too tiring to bring clothes here and there where mirror is.
  • David C.
    David CamiSeptember 12, 2011
    Great mall, just watch out for people bumping into you because of texting while walking.. They should fine people for that..
  • Don L.
    Don LucasNovember 30, 2013
    I will probably never come here again. Terribly small and dirty washrooms, the whole place could use an overhaul, and for the amount of stores that I actually want to go to I might as well atay home
  • Ensquaredaired
    You can find almost everything at this mall. Try avoiding weekends and holidays where the mall is packed!
  • RTWgirl A.
    RTWgirl ArnetteJune 16, 2013
    Big mall....Food hall is pretty decent when you and your friends can't decide on one cuisine. Free wifi in some of the different stores.
  • Canada Suites C.
    Check-out Lindt Chocolate outlet store inside Sears - They have AMAZING deals on Lindt truffles and chocolates
  • Tobias N.
    Nice place downtown to do some shopping. Lots of shops available here. There's a huge food court as well.
  • Carol Brailey Image Consulting
    In a style rut? Here's 8 steps to follow to inspire you to wear your authenticity...you can start step #1 today at the Eaton Centre! Read more
  • Gazalle
    GazalleNovember 19, 2011
    Go to the restaurant at the third level besides Chapters...it is beautiful, healthy options and good price
  • Jerry K.
    Jerry KieferJanuary 19, 2012
    Such a great mall! Especially during Christmas time they have a really cool atomsphere and interior design!!
  • DM
    DMJuly 29, 2015
    One pf the biggest department sites in North America. Wide range of different store ls and shops. Definitely you go shopping here.
  • Syed Ashfaq Q.
    Syed Ashfaq QuadriJune 8, 2012
    It is one of the biggesgt shopping center in toronto which can not be skipped without visit for purchasing
  • K C.
    K COctober 2, 2011
    Toronto Eaton Centre is a major tourist destination and open on holidays. Over 230 retailers, restaurants, and services. http://www.torontoeatoncentre.com Read more
  • Allan G.
    Allan GregoDecember 23, 2010
    For Circuit City, go to the one near the food court ( not the other one). Better service and more knowlegeable staff.
  • Duygu O.
    Duygu OzenNovember 29, 2013
    Everything was great until parking ticket. I eat, I spend and then $30 for parking is outrageous. Never again!!!
  • Chelsey C.
    Chelsey CruzAugust 12, 2015
    Toronto eaton centre great mall very multicultural and busy only lacks more stores. My go to mall !
  • Salad King
    Salad KingDecember 8, 2011
    Take a break from your holiday shopping and take the kids to Storytime with Santa, every Saturday and Sunday morning from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. until Christmas Eve.
  • Tommy Z.
    Tommy ZhenDecember 6, 2015
    Always make a trip when in Toronto. Great shopping atmosphere and all the stores you needs.
  • photojunkie
    photojunkieApril 19, 2012
    Toronto's downtown mall celebrates it's 35th birthday this year. Make sure to take pictures of the iconic geese at the south end of the mall.
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