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Rogers Centre | Driving Directions

Rogers Centre is located in the heart of the entertainment district of downtown Toronto at the corner of Front and John Streets, west of the CN Tower. Rogers Centre is also accessible from Lakeshore Blvd. at the Spadina Avenue exit.

Directions from within Toronto

Public transit is just walking distance away from Rogers Centre facility. Subway stations close by are: Union Station (also a GO Transit station) and St. Andrews Station. From Union Station, walk west along the south side of Front Street to Rogers Centre or take the convenient SkyWalk which will lead you to the foot of the CN Tower (next door to Rogers Centre). The King Street streetcar connects at St. Andrews station and stops at the end of both John Street and Peter Street for access to Rogers Centre. The LRT (Light Rapid Transit) train line runs along Queens Quay from Union Station and stops at Spadina at the south end of Rogers Centre. The LRT also stops at Rees Street. Walk north on Rees from Queens Quay to north side of Bremner Blvd. for the Gate 7 entrance to the facility (in use during events only) as well as Rogers Centre Box Office..

Directions from North of Toronto

Travel down Highway 400 and exit at the 401. Take the 401 west to the 427 south to the QEW (Queen Elizabeth Way) highway (eastbound) to downtown Toronto. The QEW divides into the Gardiner Expressway and Lakeshore Blvd. - both of which will take you to Rogers Centre facility. Take the Spadina Ave exit (north) from the QEW or the Rees St. (north) exit from Lakeshore Blvd. to Rogers Centre.

Directions from South of Toronto

Travel along the QEW (Queen Elizabeth Way) all the way to downtown Toronto. The QEW divides into the Gardiner Expressway and Lakeshore Blvd. - both of which will take you to Rogers Centre facility. Take the Spadina Ave exit (north) from the QEW or the Rees St. (north) exit from Lakeshore Blvd. to Rogers Centre.

Directions from East of Toronto

If visiting Toronto from the east travel via Highway 401 (the MacDonald Cartier Freeway), exit at the Don Valley Parkway southbound to the Gardiner Expressway west to the Spadina Avenue exit (north) to Rogers Centre.

Directions from West of Toronto

The Rogers Center is easily accessible using the 400 series highways from west of the city. Take the 401 east past the Pearson International Airport and then take the 427 south to the QEW (Queen Elizabeth Way) highway (eastbound) to downtown Toronto. The QEW divides into the Gardiner Expressway and Lakeshore Blvd. ? both of which will take you to Rogers Centre facility. Take the Spadina Ave exit (north) from the QEW or the Rees St. (north) exit from Lakeshore Blvd. to Rogers Centre.