Facilities and LayoutsFacing Front Street, the 200 Level at the center's North Building has several meeting rooms and a pre-function space. Escalators will take you from the street level to the underground 100 Level, which includes the John Bassett Theatre. Having more than 1,200 seats, this elegant venue offers superb acoustics for entertainment and presentations. An orchestra pit and rehearsal rooms are located at the theatre, which is officially known as room 102. Having 28,000 sq feet of floor space, Constitution Hall is another major facility at the 100 Level. Up to 2,600 attendees can explore this hall that has carpeted floors and soundproof walls. Rooms 101, 103 and 104 provide additional meeting opportunities for smaller groups. The 300 Level at the North Building is occupied by Exhibit Hall ABC. This versatile hall could be configured into theaters, banquet halls, classrooms, reception halls or exhibit facilities. Standing along Lower Simcoe Street, the 500 Level of the South Building serves as an entrance area. This part of the building includes the Park View 501 Room, which has floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Downtown Toronto. The 600 Level includes administrative offices and registration desks. More than 10 small conference rooms are located on the 700 Level of the South Building. The 800 Level includes an exhibit hall that accommodates just more than 1,300 guests. Up to 18 loading docks are conveniently located near this hall that offers a maximum function space of 250,000 sq feet. Located at the top of the building, the Terrace View 401 Room offers panoramic views of the city. Click to book your Toronto tours.
EventsFrom private trade shows to public exhibitions, the Metro Toronto Convention Centre hosts a wide range of events throughout the year. For example, the Art Toronto displays artwork by some of Canada's emerging and established painters, sculptors and other artists. Inductions for Canada's Sports Hall of Fame are also hosted at this modern facility. Some other interesting public events that are held at the convention center include the Student Life Expo, National Women's Show and ProFusion. Every month, the venue also attracts professionals from the IT, engineering, medical, marketing and other industries.
Visiting Metro Toronto Convention CentreCentrally located in Toronto's Entertainment District, the venue is easily accessible by public transportation. This major meeting space is within walking distance of Union Station, the city's busiest hub for rail service. Go Transit and VIA Rail trains offer service at this massive train station. The 1 Line of the TTC (Toronto Transit Commission) (TTC) also stops at the complex. Additionally, the Union Station Bus Terminal is served by TTC, regional and intercity buses. Part of the extensive Path network, a covered pedestrian bridge directly links Union Station and the convention center. Consisting mostly of underground tunnels and walkways, the PATH runs for 19 miles through the heart of Downtown Toronto. Situated on the busy Front Street, the Metro Toronto Convention Centre is also easy to reach by car. The facility offers more than 1,700 parking spaces in indoor garages. Depending on the event that you're attending, you could park at the North Building or South Building. Extra-wide bus lanes also run past the main entrance of the South Building.
Location: 255 Front Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5V 2W6
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