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We found photos on Social Media and since the three wave decks were within walking distance from where we were, we visited them. We went to the Simcoe and Rees wave decks so my teens could take fun pics. Simcoe was the highest and most...More
This place is more of an anomaly than a true tourist site. It is nice how they made some art of the boardwalk and synthesized the idea of land and water, but it is not something to see in itself, more of something to notice...More
One of 3 wavedecks we passed along Queens Quay W, from Toronto Music Garden to Purina PawsWay. As already pointed out here on TripAdvisor, Simcoe WaveDeck is the more visually appealing compared to either Spadina WaveDeck or Rees WaveDeck. This attraction is a magnet for...More
Of the few wavedecks along harbourfront, this is most distinct as it has the largest "wave". Its a nice piece of work...no wonder it is listed as a site to be photographed. There was no skateboarder there when I visited though.
Well this is a fun art installation that you can walk on, that being said you need to watch where you are walking or you could easily trip. Folks on roller blades were having the most fun on this!
The idea is a deck area...More
Sorta interesting if you are walking along the Queen's Quay Road and see some warped weathered deck along the harbor sidewalk.
Curious, but we couldn't actually figure why the guardrails were across the middle of the path.
Interesting, that at the time of this writing,...More
Downtown West is home to Toronto's gorgeous Inner Harbor, and is a must-visit for lovers of art and the outdoors. The area's rich cultural heritage is celebrated by a number of monuments and museums, giving the neighborhood a mature feel. As a premier destination for modern art, people here stroll through the cool contemporary pieces at the Power Plant, enjoy the outdoor installations along Queen's Quay and Canoe
Landing, and picnic among the zany designs of the Toronto Music Garden. The waterfront itself is often suffused with bikers and joggers, and the harbor is always packed with classic ships with masts raised. The vintage boats and ferries to the Toronto Islands make for a charming contrast against Downtown West's backdrop of skyscrapers, condos, and food trucks serving up hot, fresh fare to locals on the go. The area has a peaceful energy, and is popular with tourists and Torontonians alike.