Yorkdale Shopping Centre, Toronto

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Browse through an extensive range of brands at Yorkdale Shopping Centre, a mall that dedicates itself to offering the latest and best in fashion. The complex was originally built in 1964 and has been constantly expanding, with modern renovations making it the fifth largest mall in Canada. The complex is known for featuring world-renowned fashion labels and high-end luxury brands. Foodwise, the mall offers a food court as well as upscale restaurants, and it also has a movie theater. Consider catching a ride to the mall on the subway so you don't have to worry about parking. Make Yorkdale Shopping Centre a centerpiece of your Toronto vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Toronto trip builder app .
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  • Although have been complicated to find a spot to Park, it was worth it. Full of brand shops, large hallways, bathrooms, international limpíssimos and breaks a Cheesecake Factory, we love the ride (my wife even more than I do!!!) Very cool!!
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  • It's well worth the 20-25 minute train ride from the city to visit this shopping centre. It has a great mix of high end, mid range & budget shopping.  more »
  • Good selection of high end stores and very attractive decor with average food court with few bits in between  more »
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  • Amazing mall, you should definitely go there if you have time. They have a wide variety of stores, and they have many departments. They have stores for all levels of wealth. The mall is very big, but it is kept clean. When I went, there was an art event going on, and it was really awesome to see all the pieces of art displayed around the mall. Parking is very easy; before you enter, they have a big sign that says how many parking spaces are left in each area. Each parking space has a sensor, which will show red if taken and green if empty. You can just go in and look for the green light and you will have an easy spot.
  • Outside the context of the stores and restaurants available here, the mall itself is lovely. The hallways are wide, the ceiling are high, and the architecture is interesting. The mall is kept very clean. There are several areas with comfortable seating. There are several bathrooms which are large and cleaned often. Parking can be a nightmare since the mall is so constantly busy, but there is a large wrap around outdoor lot, a parking garage, and valet parking available. If you're in the city, access by transit is much easier as the yellow 1 line has a station attached to the mall by an above ground tunnel. The mall security is plentiful. The admin occasionally have interesting events or displays occurring throughout, like the ongoing Brain Health initiative with Baycrest Hospital. It's a world class mall for sure. As a result, the stores skew very high end. There are some popular cheaper stores, but it's mostly high end name brand stores and show case stores for brands that don't normally have a retail presence. Still, we'll worth a visit whether you're a local or a tourist.
  • I love this mall. Everything you need is all in one place. It's a high end mall, so expect to drop a little bit of extra cash. Restaurants include Moxie's, The Pickle Barrel, and The Cheesecake Factory. There is a movie theatre, and it's right on the subway line. Guaranteed good experience for all you shopaholics out there :)
  • I love this mall. Everything you need is all in one place. It's a high end mall, so expect to drop a little bit of extra cash. Restaurants include Moxie's, The Pickle Barrel, and The Cheesecake Factory. There is a movie theatre, and it's right on the subway line. Guaranteed good experience for all you shopaholics out there :)
  • A lot of high end shops to make you feel severe buyers remorse. On a regular day, parking is a challenge. Don't even think of going here during boxing day, unless you love staring out of your windshield and admiring how others have managed to find a parking spot in under an hour. One of the few locations with a Tesla and Microsoft Store. Food court is very small. Some would call it cozy. Sure, go with that, if that makes you feel better.
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