Where To Watch Fireworks In Toronto This Canada Day

Where To Watch Fireworks In Toronto This Canada Day

July 1st, AKA Canada Day is this weekend, and Toronto is hosting its annual firework shows to celebrate! You’re sure to see fireworks displayed throughout the streets of the city by locals putting on their own little shows, and if you’re looking to get out and enjoy a spectacular night of sparkles in the sky that are sure to take your breath away, you can head over to one of Toronto’s organized fireworks shows! 

Here’s where you can watch fireworks in Toronto for Canada Day

Centennial Park

Address: 256 Centennial Park Road, Toronto

Gather your family and friends and head over to Centennial Park, located at the northwest corner of Toronto, for a spectacular Canada Day fireworks show starting at 10 PM this July 1st! 

Ashbridges Bay Park

Address: 1561 Lake Shore Boulevard East, Toronto

Ashbridges Bay Park is located on the waterfront in Toronto’s east end, promising for a beautiful picturesque fireworks show! Grab your spot before 10 PM and watch the magic unfold!

Milliken Park

Address: 5555 Steeles Avenue East, Toronto

Milliken Park, located east of McCowan Road, is hosting its own fireworks celebration open to the public to enjoy beginning at 10 PM. Finish off the Canada Day festivities in the best way!

Stan Wadlow Park

Address: 888 Cosburn Avenue, Toronto

You can go to Stan Wadlow Park this Canada Day for a fireworks show along with other fun festivities like a parade, vendors, drinks, rides, and more. The fireworks will start at, you guessed it, 10 PM. 

Downsview Park

Address: 70 Canuck Avenue, North York

Spend the day and evening at Downsview Park in North York for its annual Canada Day festival, which will include live entertainment, games, vendors, and of course fireworks (and so much more). The fireworks will kick off right before 10 PM, and admission is free!

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