Located in the city of Toronto, Ontario’s downtown core of the intersection, Yonge Dundas Square was designed by Brown and Storey Architects. The Square has hosted many events like concerts, festivals, performances, and art displays. The Yonge Dundas Square is famously visited by many tourists. Over a lakh, people cross the intersection daily. Imagine the plight and condition of the Square when there is an actual event taking place! It is full of happenings and celebrations.

 Specialty Of This Place!

  • Many people including the government, associations, private companies, and individuals, joined their hands to successfully complete the Yonge Dundas Square project.
  • Planning for the project began in 1998, and in 1999, only a year after its design, Yonge Dundas Square won the Award of Excellence for significant building in design. However, it is maintained and looked after by a separate board of management.
  • The similarities between Yonge Dundas Square and Nathan Phillips Square are remarkable as they both are compared to New York’s Times Square. This Square is believed to be visited by 56 million people every year. Many public events and national holidays and celebrated on this Square.

Check out these amazing other nearby landmarks! 

As it is located at the heart of the city, it is no wonder that it has other major landmarks near it as well. You can easily make your way to the Toronto Eaton Centre, Citytv Building, and Ed Mirvish Theatre. You can easily access these areas and the Square through the subway. This square is also usually compared to Times Square in New York because of its big-screen billboards. With these many attractions in the place and many more around it, you should not miss out on any opportunity you get to visit this amazing and beautiful place.

Well, here you go. Happy Journey!!!