Where To See Fireworks on Canada Day in Toronto 2018

Fireworks on Victoria Day Weekend at Canada's Wonderland
Fireworks on Victoria Day Weekend at Canada's Wonderland

Canada Day falls on Sunday, July 1, 2018 so most fireworks in Toronto will be held on Sunday night of the Canada Day Weekend. That’s great timing for the many people who don’t have to work on the Monday. Here’s where you can see fireworks on Canada Day in Toronto 2018:

Find out where to see fireworks on Canada Day in Toronto 2018 at Ashbridge's Bay, Toronto, photo synestheticstrings
Fireworks at Ashbridge’s Bay, Toronto, photo synestheticstrings

Canada Day Fireworks at Ashbridge’s Bay 2018

One of the most popular places to see fireworks on Canada Day in Toronto 2018 is at Ashbridge’s Bay Park. The Canada Day fireworks show takes place on Sun., July 1, 2018 beginning at 9:45 p.m. If the Ashbridge’s Bay Park is too packed, you’ll also be able to see the fireworks from nearby Woodbine Beach. Ashbridge’s Bay Park is located at Lake Shore Boulevard East and Coxwell Avenue. There is limited parking; TTC is recommended.

Canada Day Fireworks at Toronto Ribfest 2018

Toronto Ribfest takes place Canada Day Weekend at Etobicoke Centennial Park, 256 Centennial Park Road. Enjoy tasty ribs, live musical acts, magic shows, celebrity food judging, and a midway. Canada Day will feature special performers, free face painting, magic shows, and a fireworks display at sundown. Toronto Ribfest hours are June 29, 2018 to July 1, 2018 from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., and July 2, 2018 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Canada Day Fireworks at Downsview Park 2018

Celebrate Canada Day at Downsview Park on Sunday, July 1, 2018. The day will feature free activities, as well as a fireworks display at the end of the night. This free Canada Day event begins at 6 p.m. and includes free inflatables and games for kids, face painters and live entertainment. Admission and parking is free, however parking is limited! The Park is easily accessible via public transit – take the 101 Parc Downsview Park bus directly from Sheppard West Station, or a short walk from Downsview Park Station. Downsview Park is located at 70 Canuck Avenue, North York. The event takes place from 6 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

Fireworks on Victoria Day Weekend at Canada's Wonderland
Fireworks on Victoria Day Weekend at Canada’s Wonderland

Canada Day Fireworks at Canada’s Wonderland 2018

See Victoria Day Weekend fireworks at Canada’s Wonderland in Vaughan on Sunday, July 1, 2018 at 10 p.m. weather permitting. The fireworks display is included with park admittance. The display, which is set to an original soundtrack, will take place on top of Wonder Mountain. The fireworks will last for 15 minutes and include over 6,000 explosions. Adult single day tickets to Canada’s Wonderland are $39.99 (when purchased three days in advance); regular single day admissions is Adults $49.99, Juniors and Seniors $39.99; after 4 p.m. admission is $29.99. Parking is $22 per vehicle if purchased online.

Canada Day Fireworks at Stan Wadlow Park 2018

Enjoy Canada Day celebrations on Sunday, July 1, 2018 from 12 noon to 10:30 p.m. at Stan Wadlow Park in Toronto’s east end. The Canada Day activities begin at 12 noon with the opening of the Community Booths. Entertainment begins on the Main Stage after the Opening Ceremonies. The day concludes with an evening fireworks display (weather permitting) at 10 p.m. that has been a long tradition in East York. Stan Wadlow Park is located at 888 Cosburn Avenue.

Let us know in the comment section if you know of any other places to see fireworks on Canada Day in Toronto 2018. Happy a great Canada Day!


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