The Eaton Centre is the epicentre of the Toronto skyline.
It’s where the Maple Leafs are based, and where many of the city’s top stars perform.
And now, it’s also where many will see the sightseeing of a lifetime.
From the famous Canarsie and Lake Ontario Gardens to the Eaton Centre’s famous red-brick building, there are lots of sights to be seen and experiences to be had.
And if you’re travelling in Toronto this autumn, you’ll have plenty of options to get the most out of it.
You can visit the Eaton’s iconic green-and-gold building, the Eaton House, and other of the most iconic buildings.
You’ll also find a plethora of attractions, from art galleries to art museums to museums.
But it’s the iconic Eaton’s blue and white exterior that will give you the most insight into Toronto’s history and culture.
You’re going to want to get some good photos of the Eaton, and get as much of the blue-and a red-white-striped strip as possible.
The iconic Eaton is the centrepiece of Toronto’s skyline, where the Leafs are headquartered and where the city has a rich and varied history.
It is the site of many events and landmarks including the Eaton Place mall, the new Canada Place stadium and the Eaton Center.
But for those who want to see it from a different angle, there is the Toronto Maple Leafs’ home rink, the Air Canada Centre.
This spectacular arena, which is also home to the Toronto Marlies hockey team, opened in December 2013.
The arena seats about 4,000 people and hosts more than 20 NHL games a season.
Its main building, The Bell Centre, is a four-level glass-and steel-walled arena, but its many other levels are used for concerts and sporting events.
Here are some of the best Toronto landmarks to visit in the city centre during the autumn.