For two weeks this Fall, you're invited to take your imagination for a walk on Toronto’s waterfront. The socially distanced waterfront trail opens on September 17 and will include unique Augmented Reality stops (AR), public art and a number of local promotions at waterfront businesses.
Here are the top 10 things to do at the Redpath Waterfront Trail!
1. Say a virtual hello to The World’s Largest Rubber Duck
2. Travel to the past and see what the waterfront looked like in the 1920s.
3. See the Redpath Sugar whales swim in the sky.
4. Watch the live graffiti mural titled Nbii Dodem, come to life from Anishinaabe artist Que Rock. The mural is presented by Billy Bishop Airport, in partnership with Nieuport Aviation.
5. See what’s in store for the future of the waterfront at East Bayside.
6. Visit the Trail Visitor Centre in Queen’s Quay Terminal
7. Walk on water and see where Toronto’s waterline used to be.
8. Indulge in discounted food and drink from local waterfront restaurants and the Westin Harbour Castle.
9. Get your sweat on by joining a free outdoor cycling class with Kardia on September 18 & 21 or book a free class in the future.
10. See roaming buskers along the trail each weekend!
See Toronto's Waterfront in a whole new way! The Redpath Waterfront Trail runs September 17 to October 3 from Lower Spadina to Lower Sherbourne Street. Admission is Free.
Find out more at towaterfrontfest.com.