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Get to the Game: Rogers Centre
The Rogers Centre is located in Toronto’s downtown Entertainment District at 1 Blue Jays Way, next to the giant CN Tower. You can use that as a landmark, the largest man-made one in the world, wherever you’re coming from. If you’re downtown already, it’s often best to just walk to the park. Yonge Street intersects with Front, which taken west will get you to Blue Jays Way.
Taking the subway is easy, too. Check out the Toronto Transit Commission for information. No matter where you’re coming from you’ll end up in Union Station, where you exit and follow the causeway to the Rogers Centre. TTC buses and streetcars also criss-cross downtown and can get you to the game and almost anywhere else in Toronto. For those outside the city centre, Go Transit trains and buses run as far east as Oshawa and west to Hamilton, featuring moderate prices and efficient service.
If you’re driving to the game, both the Gardiner Expressway and Lakeshore Boulevard run just south of the ballpark and provide efficient access. The Rogers Centre has underground lots beneath the building and there are numerous parking lots all around the area that are within easy walking distance of the stadium. Here are directions, parking info and a couple of helpful maps.
True jet-setters have an easy way to the game, too. The launch of Porter Airlines at the Toronto City Centre Airport (TCCA) means you can pop off in New York after work or a meeting and land in Toronto an hour later to arrive at the Rogers Centre for the first pitch and Molson Canadian.