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Directions to Rogers Centre?

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Nish Moses
Nish Moses

If you tried to get lost getting to Rogers you would struggle, it’s right in the heart of city which makes it very easily accessible. 

If you are planning to drive – there is alot of paid parking around the city, just expect to pay $20 – $30 for the game, but there are a heap of parking spots, so driving to games isnt too bad.

By public transport all you have to do is get to Union Station and its a short walk, or catch the street car down Spadina Avenue. All you need to do is keep an eye out for the CN Tower – and walk towards that, as Rogers is right next to it. 

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Simon Drum
Simon Drum

PUBLIC TRANSPORT:

The best way to get to Roger’s Centre is by Public Transport. Catch the Subway, or the Suburban ‘GO Train’ to UNION Station.

From Union Station, it is a 15 minute walk West along either Bremner Blvd (to the South Side of Ballpark), or on Front Street to the South Side of the Stadium.

DRIVING:

If you are coming from the West side of the city, take the Gardiner Expressway or Lakeshore Boulevard until the ‘Spadina St’ exit. If you are driving into the game, expect the BRUTAL traffic that Toronto is famous for.

If you are coming from East/North, take Don Valley Parkway until the Spadina Street exit.

PARKING:

You have basically two options when it comes to parking, Private or Commercial.

By Private, I mean the ‘Mom & Pop’ style guys with the orange flags putting you into random plots of land. If you get there early enough, there is a reasonably large car park space on the corner of Spadina and Front Street.

By Commercial, I mean underground car spots that big companies own. Opposite to Rogers Centre on Bremner Blvd there is an underground car park spot but expect to pay around $30 for these. 

The CHEAPEST parking comes if you are willing to walk. There are commercial spots that will sometimes offer around $5-10 for parking to attract people in. One of these places is underneath the Longos supermarket on York St, and also a carpark near the Sony Centre on Front Street.

A great place to look online prior to a game is online here http://parking.greenp.com/events/

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