City Sightseeing Toronto – 249 Queens Quay West – The City’s official hop-on, hop-off tour that highlights sights and attractions, as well as advice on how to make the most of your visit.
Disabled Sailing Association Ontario – 283 Queens Quay West – This non-profit charitable organization is dedicated to providing people living with a disability the opportunity to learn about and enjoy sailing.
Empress of Canada – 260 Queens Quay West – Imagine a 5-hour charter cruise around the Toronto Harbour on this unique, versatile and unrivalled floating venue. Renovated by the Food Network’s Restaurant Makeover, this venue offers a variety of menus, large dance floor and more.
Gone Sailing Adventures – 415 Queens Quay West – Spend 3½ hours sailing the Toronto Islands for a memorable experience. This group operates the only Transport Canada licensed, small vessel sailing yacht charters in Toronto from May to October.
Great Lakes Schooner Company – 249 Queens Quay West – For first-class team-building events, weddings, educational cruses and more, this company is home to Toronto’s Tall Ship attraction Kajama, as seen on the “Amazing Race”!
Harbourfront Canoe & Kayak Centre – 283 Queens Quay West – This is one of the most popular centres for group kayaking, big voyageur canoe and stand-up paddleboard (SUP) in North America. Courses are taught by certified instructors.
Harbourfront Centre – 235 Queens Quay West – This innovative non-profit cultural organization creates events and activities that enliven, educate and entertain a diverse public. The Centre hosts more than 4,000 events a year and is a leading international showcase for theatre, dance, literature, music, film visual arts and fine craft.
Harbourfront Sailing and Powerboating – 275 Queens Quay West – Find sail and power boat rentals and charters, to captain on your own or with an instructor at the helm. They also offer sail, power, navigation and licensing from beginner to offshore, and more.
HTO Park – 339 Queens Quay West – This inviting space is situated in Toronto’s inner harbour, with a long, sandy beach and contemporary landscape design. Look for the park’s stationary yellow shade umbrellas!
Jubilee Queen Cruises – 249 Queens Quay West – A professional captain and crew serve you with personal care for a cruise aboard Canada’s most popular river showboat. Indulge in luxury and supreme service for breakfast, afternoon or evening cruises.
Mariposa Cruises – 207 Queens Quay West – This is the largest hospitality cruise operation in Toronto. Discover private charters, scenic dining excursions and narrated sightseeing tours of Toronto’s waterfront. Can accommodate from 20 to 575 passengers on the two largest ships in Toronto.
National Ballet of Canada – 470 Queens Quay West – Canada’s only ballet company to present a range of traditional full-length classics, this company’s repertoire includes works by the world’s most celebrated 20th and 21st century classics. YOU dance, the National Ballet’s signature program, is designed to introduce students in grades four, five and six to the world of dance through FREE workshops and performances.
Natrel Pond – 235 Queens Quay West – This site is home to many programs, such as summer camps and HarbourKIDS festivals, as well as paddleboat rides. In the winter, the pond transforms into Natrel Rink.
Nautical Adventures – 600 Queens Quay West – Offers a memorable celebration cruises with impeccable service, fresh cuisine and amazing views of Toronto from the water. Enjoy impeccable service, fresh cuisine and spectacular views. Sail Canada’s largest passenger sailing ship, the Tall Ship: Empire Sandy, for a public or private cruise, or host your next private event aboard the luxurious three-level motor vessel: Wayward Princess.
The Power Plant – 231 Queens Quay West – This is Canada’s leading public gallery devoted to contemporary art through its exhibitions, award-winning publications, and public programs. Viewings are free.
Toronto Harbour Tours & Charters – 145 Queens Quay West – Enjoy live narrated sightseeing boat tours and private charters to explore Toronto’s beautiful harbor and islands. When conditions allow, stop on the company’s dock on Centre Island, where you can enjoy restaurants, Centreville Amusement Park, a petting zoo, bike and boat rentals and much more!
Toronto Music Garden – 479 Queens Quay West – A reflection of the landscape in Bach’s Suite No. 1 in G Major for unaccompanied cello, this garden was designed by internationally renowned cellist Yo Yo Ma and landscape designer Julie Moir Messervy, in collaboration with landscape architects from the City of Toronto’s Parks and Recreation department.
Waterfront Neighbourhood Centre – 627 Queens Quay West – Toronto Waterfront’s only non-profit community centre is the place for fitness, dance, sports, personal training, arts, music and social activities, with more than 453 program sessions and 226 community partnership programs each year.
Wheel Excitement – 249 Queens Quay West – Here you’ll find new and used bicycles for sale, as well as bike and rollerblade rentals, repairs and group events. The store is connected to scenic bike trails.
Y Yoga – 350 Queens Quay West – This community of yoga studio and lifestyle centres is dedicated to supporting whole health. The Vancouver-based yoga and wellness company is the largest corporately owned yoga company in Canada. The core of the YYoga formula starts in the studio with a variety of 12+ yoga styles and expands beyond yoga with fitness classes.
Yankee Lady Cruises – 249 Queens Quay West – Family owned and operated for 30 years, Lady Yacht Charters is currently operating two yachts: Yankee Lady III and Yankee Lady IV; both designed and built by the owners for the Toronto charter boat industry. Enjoy a public dinner cruise, or book a private party, wedding cruise, corporate event, etc. Operates from May 1 to October 31 each year.