CAPEX 22 International One Frame Stamp Championship Exhibition will be held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC) in the heart of the Toronto downtown Entertainment District and only a five-minute walk from Union Station, Toronto’s Transit hub for the subway service, airport express trains, commuter rail service and Canada’s national rail service. As a point of reference the MTCC is located just steps from the base of the iconic CN Tower. Most of Toronto’s sports venues, theatres, concert venues, museums and art galleries, historical sites, parks and other major attractions are within walking distance or a short transit ride from the MTCC.
Enjoy professional sports in Toronto…
Toronto is home to professional sports teams including the NHL Toronto Maple Leafs, Toronto Raptors of the NBA, Major League Soccer’s Toronto FC and the Toronto Blues Jays baseball team. June is an exciting sports month is Toronto with the Toronto FC and Toronto Blue Jays playing in regular season games and the finals of the NHL and NBA playoffs.
Must See Attractions…
Toronto is home to world class attractions which will delight young and old alike. Toronto’s iconic CN Tower and the incredible Ripley’s Aquarium are just a five minute walk from the CAPEX 22 venue. Short transit or taxi rides away enjoy the old elegance and history of Casa Loma or the wonders of the Ontario Science Centre.
Enjoy World Renown Live Theatre…
Toronto’s Royal Alexandra Threatre, or The Royal Alex as it is affectionately known locally is the oldest continuously running theatre in North America. The Royal Alex, along with its counterparts in the Entertainment District and other theatres and performing arts centres throughout the centre offer a vibrant array of both professional and amateur theatre to enjoy.
Explore World Class Museums and Art Galleries….
The Art Gallery of Ontario and the Royal Ontario Museum, known in Toronto simply as the AGO and the ROM, are the pillars of Toronto’s art gallery and museum communities however, there are many fine specialty art galleries including the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, in the village of Kleinburg, just north of the city and specialized museums like the Bata Shoe Museum and the Gardiner Museum of ceramics. The fabulous Aga Khan Museum opened in 2014 is Toronto’s newest museum and a great modern museum experience.
Explore our Many Downtown Green Spaces….
With the Humber and the Don rivers and their tributary streams and creeks running through it, Toronto is a city with many valleys and ravines providing green space. Add to that the Toronto Islands park lands, the boardwalks, beaches and parks along the Lake Ontario shore and the abundance of parks, small and large with in the city downtown, there are endless opportunities to enjoy the urban green spaces.
Please visit Destination Toronto for more information on the many attractions Toronto has to offer.