The Entertainment District
The Entertainment District in Toronto encompasses a major section of the city centre and is home to several of the city’s most popular attractions, including the CN Tower, Scotiabank Arena, Rogers Centre, and a number of museums. It’s also recognised for excellent food and, most importantly, live entertainment. The majority of the action takes place between Spadina Avenue and University Avenue on King Street.
The Entertainment District, Toronto’s version to New York’s Broadway, comes alive in the evenings and is a terrific spot for nightlife. This is where you may witness major theatre productions such as musicals, concerts, and other forms of entertainment.
Roy Thomson Hall, home of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, and the Royal Alexandra Theatre, which hosts the most recent musicals, are two of the most famous venues in this neighbourhood.