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Rogers Centre

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Rogers Centre

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3200-1 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, Ontario M5V 1J1 Canada
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Niagara Falls Day Tour from Toronto

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Explore Niagara Falls your way on a stress-free day trip from Toronto, which also includes wine tasting at a local winery. Explore the falls at your own pace during roughly three hours of free time, and upgrade to include a cruise up the Niagara River into the basin of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls for extra close-up views.
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Jeffrey C wrote a review Feb 2021
Toronto, Canada77 contributions26 helpful votes
Whether you love baseball or not, simply stopping by to see the amazing structure that complements the CN TOWER and is iconic to Toronto's skyline is a must. The sheer size is outstanding as it sits among the rising towers of the Financial District. Opened in 1989 it was an engineering marvel with a fully retractable roof. With an open dome - summer concerts are amazing to watch. But the main attraction is baseball and Canada's only MLB team. There are 81 games each summer and always an opportunity to catch a game. Great seats everywhere....but the view from L500 with the dome open is great on a sunny summer's day. Lots of washrooms and food options. Easy to access from the Skywalk and Union Station, south of Front Street. Lots of parking lots within a 5-10 min walk of the stadium. Spadina Streetcar line only 1 block to the west.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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DSFG. wrote a review Dec 2020
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Saw my first MLB game here and now a fan for life ! The bar/restaurant over looking the pitch is a great place to hang out and the staff are very friendly, but then as a visitor from the UK, I found most people in Toronto friendly. Match day food and beers a bit pricey, but apart from that, I love the place.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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queen wrote a review Oct 2020
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If you're a baseball fan and you live in Toronto, come watch Canada's Team "The Jays". Rogers Centre is a good place to spend a sunny afternoon.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Leo wrote a review Sep 2020
Toronto, Canada8 contributions
An awesome experience watching the jays and everything is always clean and organized one of the best sports stadiums. And their new beer promo is amazing too
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Addie S. wrote a review Mar 2020
Tampa, Florida68 contributions8 helpful votes
Visiting the Rogers centre was exciting to go see a baseball game in this huge arena, the only problem was how long it took to walk to our seats up a slanted ramp, going floors up. And getting in we had problems with the tickets and were worried but finally we downloaded an app that got us in.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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