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The Humber Bay Arch Bridge is a pedestrian and bicycle arch bridge south of Lake Shore Boulevard West in Toronto

Etobicoke

This area west of Toronto is full of charmingly quiet neighbourhoods, Indigenous history, and sights not found anywhere else in the city.

The area west of Toronto is rich with Indigenous heritage, spectacular green spaces and year-round outdoor activities. Further north in Rexdale, there’s a fun mix of sights from horse racing to amusement parks. 

Don't miss:

  • Discovering the First Nations history of the area now known as Old Mill
  • The incredible indoor amusement park at Woodbine Mall & Fantasy Fair in Rexdale
  • The striking architecture of the Humber Bay Arch Bridge
  • Old Mill to see the annual salmon run up the Humber River
  • Bird and butterfly watching in the Humber Bay Park

BOUNDARIES: Etobicoke Creek to the west, Jane Street to the east, Steeles Avenue to the north and Lake Ontario to the south.

PUBLIC TRANSIT (TTC): Line 2 Bloor-Danforth line (subway stations between Old Mill and Kipling). Or take the 501 streetcar westbound from Osgoode subway station. 

Etobicoke Neighbourhoods

Etobicoke Neighbourhoods

The Humber Bay Arch Bridge is a pedestrian and bicycle arch bridge south of Lake Shore Boulevard West in Toronto

Humber Bay Shores

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Woodbine Racetrack is a racetrack for thoroughbred horse racing in Toronto, and hosts Canada's most famous race, The Queen's Plate.

Rexdale

Northwest of downtown Toronto you’ll find Rexdale, a neighbourhood that’s only been...

Old Mill

The area now known as Old Mill has been used for generations by Canada’s First Nations people...