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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. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Yorkdale Shopping Centre by using our Toronto itinerary builder.
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  • Here is a very big shopping in the area of Toronto. So wide floor plan. Hundreds of shoppes which mostly cover the choices for what you are looking for. Nordstrom on site and most well known brand sto...  more »
  • Shopping there was awesome. I bought a wallet but i also wanted to buy a purse but couldnt find one. Its fun for day trips. Its a big place.  more »
  • YD has been one of my favourite malls to visit in the GTA. YD being revamped has brought a lot of business to the city/area around it. Only down side is finding parking but I'm sure regardless the lin...  more »
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  • I feel a little weird reviewing a mall, but Yorkdale is no ordinary mall. The largest in the Commonwealth when built, it declines to rest on its laurels, and instead is continually upping it's game. Additions and renovations have attracted high-end anchor stores and boutiques. Every imaginable product and service can be found in its vast atria.The design throughout is chic and appealing. Easy to get to: there's a subway station, a GO bus terminal, and many acres of indoor and outdoor parking. I'm not a shopper, but I still can fully recommend Yorkdale.
  • Best mall in Canada. Period. Lots of free parking. Great food court. Large yet navigable. Traffic can be a nightmare, particularly near Christmas or on Saturday afternoons. Just get there early and you'll have no problems parking. Or take the subway.
  • Great shopping mall, with high end clothing, furniture and shoe stores. As well as great athletic wear stores and many restaurants. The food court has good food for a pretty decent price. Very modern and newly renovated, so it's enjoyable to just stroll around in the mall.
  • We, my daughters and I, have been shoppers of Yorkdale since they were babies, almost twenty years ago. The mall's incessant drive to be high end has resulted in it becoming too exclusive. There is no middle ground anymore for day to day shopping, middle income shoppers, or young people like my daughters. Also as another reviewer mentioned the parking is terrible at the best of times. We don't go to Yorkdale half as much as we used to in years past.
  • Finding parking is an absolute nightmare. It's taken 2 hours before to find a spot. The mall is also layed out in an incredibly confusing manner. The store selection is very good. Only thing missing is a store for children's toys (Disney store doesn't have much) and office supplies/crafts, but there is one 15 minutes walking away from the mall.