Queen's Quay Terminal
Toronto Harbour Tours
Narrated tour departures every half-hour. Also offers evening cruises and various city/harbor tour combos (some including the CN Tower).
Narrated harbor and two-hour buffet lunch tours (adult/child $49/25). Sunday brunch and dinner-and-dance cruises, too.
Great Lakes Schooner Company
The dashing black three-master Kajama, a 1930 German trading schooner, sails from the foot of Lower Simcoe St, but there's usually a...
Harbour Sixty Steakhouse
Inside the Gothically isolated 1917 Toronto Harbour Commission building, this opulent baroque dining room glows with brass lamps and...
207 Queens Quay W · interesting places nearby
Queen's Quay Terminal information
Start your morning Harbourfront constitutional with a diversion into this refurbished 1926 warehouse, now filled with skylights, arts-and-crafts shops, ritzy boutiques, cafés and galleries, revolving around an eight-storey atrium. Renovated in 1983, this was one of the first Harbourfront buildings to emerge from lakeside dereliction. The Premier Dance Theatre is also on-site; loud-mouthed ticket sellers hawk harbor cruises outside.