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Union Station
is transforming into
one of the world’s
most engaging
civic destinations.

The Great Hall, the West Wing, the 210 biomorphic pods adorning the ceiling of Union Food Court or the preserved original 1927 store fronts of the Front Street Promenade, there are many reasons beyond the daily commute to see Union Station!

Open daily from 5:30 am to 12:45 am, individual shop and restaurant hours may vary. Be sure to check the individual retail pages.


Where Toronto
is Going–

Union Station is located at 65 Front Street West, on the south side of the block bounded by Bay Street and York Street in downtown Toronto.

Over 300,000 people commute through Union Station every day on GO trains, buses, the UP Express and the TTC subway system.

Prepare for your upcoming travel with a little help from our transport partners:


You build your
stations like we
build our cathedrals

Prince of Wales during the opening ceremony
of Union Station, Aug. 6th, 1927

Union Station is a national historic site with a rich history

It was, and continues to be, a gateway to Toronto, shaping the landscape of the city today. The third Union Station was built as part of the vibrant City Beautiful movement which promoted architectural excellence and helped to invigorate the blossoming entrance to Toronto, transforming regional transportation, and shaping the city we know today.

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