Photo Blog | “The Quay to my Heart” Queen’s Quay (Toronto, ON)

Queen’s Quay makes for a lovely walk, both in the winter and in the summer months in Toronto. Located adjacent to Toronto’s beautiful Lake Ontario lakefront, Queen’s Quay is a street, a culture, and a community all wrapped into one.

Queen's Quay in February by Anu J Photography
Queen’s Quay in February by Anu J Photography

Queen’s Quay Terminal boasts waterfront dining, shopping, living, and enjoyment. Check out the QQTerminal website for more info. Also, check out some amazing deals/coupons that you can take advantage of at QQTerminal at your next visit.

Plan your visit ahead by checking out this website that compiles a whole bunch of events taking place on the waterfront, Queen’s Quay, at Harbourfront Centre, in the downtown core, at the Toronto Island, and more.

Also see the City of Toronto’s Waterfront website for more information on construction, city projects, revitalization, future plans, happening events, and more. Keep up to date with the City of Toronto and the Waterfront.

I visited last winter, just for a walk at lunch time, and it was amazing. The frozen lake, the large (unmoving) ship, memories of summers well-spent, and long, enjoyable, lakeside walks.

Queen's Quay Panorama by Anu J Photography
Queen’s Quay Panorama by Anu J Photography

Click to see more photos…

Toronto Star building by Anu J Photography
Toronto Star building by Anu J Photography
Queen's Quay by Anu J Photography
Queen’s Quay by Anu J Photography
Captain John's Seafood by Anu J Photography
Captain John’s Seafood by Anu J Photography
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