Places to stay in Downsview, Ontario
We currently have 9 accommodations in and around Downsview with other regional listings available for Hotels, B&B's, Campgrounds, Motor Inns and other properties.
Downsview is an area in the north end of Toronto, Ontario located in the district of North York. Downsview was originally a farm located in the 1870s near the present-day intersection of Keele Street and Wilson Avenue. It now extends beyond the intersection of Sheppard Avenue and Dufferin Street. The area includes several large post-WWII subdivisions. Within the area is Downsview Airport, the former site of Canadian Forces Base Downsview, which has since been largely converted following the end of the Cold War into an urban park known as Downsview Park. However, the airport is still used as a manufacturing and testing facility for Bombardier Aerospace.
Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a number of hotels in the region. If you are travelling in the area, Downsview is located close to Kipling Heights, Oakwood, Runnymede, Lawrence Heights and North Park.
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- Longitude: -79°29'36.186
- Latitude: 43°43'56.121
Eskimo Art Gallery - 12 Queens Quay West
Founded in 1981, the Eskimo Art Gallery has a long tradition of presenting the finest contemporary Inuit art from the Canadian North. In addition to the museum-quality masterpieces, we offer the best works by the most talented Inuit artists of the younger generation. Our services also include art consulting, as well as a comprehensive corporate gift program. We work directly with many of the Inuit Artists. If you are looking for a specific Inuit Art sculpture or print, or works by a particular artist, please contact us directly.
Centennial Park Mini Indy - 575 Centennial Park Boulevard
Experience the thrill of speed at Toronto's premiere Go Kart facility. Located in the heart of Etobicoke's 500-acre Centennial Park, the Mini-Indy is Canada's largest track. Feel the excitement of this raceway while negotiating banked turns and a full size bridge, all at speeds of up to 45km/hr. Get behind the wheel of one of our 50 Indy-Style Go Karts and battle for the checkered flag on the 2 km-long track. For the junior racers, the Mini-Indy has a low speed oval-shaped Kiddie track. Children aged 5 to 9 years can drive a 1932 Model-A replica or Indy Kiddie Karts to enjoy the fun of manoeuvring their own vehicle. They can sharpen their skills or race each other while friends and family cheer them on to victory. We offer corporate events with exclusive track rental or group rate tickets and a variety of picnic options. We also offer birthday party packages for children starting from 5 years old. Open 7 days a week from 11am – 9pm *weather permitting Please visit our website for prices and specials!!!
Black Creek Pioneer Village - 1000 Murray Ross Parkway
Black Creek Pioneer Village is a "step back in time" to 19th-century Canada. More than 35 homes, workshops, public and farm buildings re-create life in a rural Victorian community in Ontario in the 1860s. Villagers and artisans in period dress demonstrate skills such as open-hearth cooking, bread making, looming, milling, blacksmithing, sewing, printing and more. Explore the Village homes and workshops, visit the farm animals, stroll through the heritage gardens, shop for hand-made treasures and enjoy light country fare in our award-winning restaurant.
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