Travelling by Car

From the West of Toronto: Follow the Gardiner Expressway East, take the Lake Shore Blvd West Exit to travel east along Lake Shore Blvd. until you reach Newfoundland Road. From the East of Toronto: Follow the Gardiner Expressway West, take the Lake Shore Boulevard exit from Gardiner Expressway West to travel west along Lake Shore Blvd. until you reach Newfoundland Road.

Travelling by Uber

Enter your destination as 115 Princess Blvd. and inform your driver to let you off on the south side of Princess Blvd. by the entry gates.


Hotel X Toronto has an underground lot with limited space for public parking. Entrances to the parking lot can be accessed from Newfoundland Drive. Hotel X Toronto operates its own parking lots independently of the event. Parking is charged hourly at a rate of $7/hr. We strongly urge you to take public transportation, taxi or a ride share service (Uber or Lyft) when travelling to and from the event.

Public Transportation

Travelling by TTC 29 Dufferin Bus Take the Bloor subway to Dufferin Station, board the #29 bus south to Exhibition Place. Please note that the #29 Dufferin stops at the Dufferin Gate Loop and does not enter the grounds from mid-June until after the CNE. 121A/C Fort York-Esplanade This bus route originates at Front Street East at Parliament St. and will drop passengers off at Princes' Gates loop. Please note that during the summer, the 121A (Exhibition Place-Distillery) branch operates all day, every day outside the summer months. The 121C (Exhibition-Cherry Beach) is a seasonal route that operates from mid-May to mid-October. 511 Bathurst Streetcar Take the Bloor subway to Bathurst Station, board the #511 streetcar south to Exhibition Place. 509 Harbourfront Streetcar Take the Yonge-University subway to Union Station. Take the 509 Streetcar from the Union Station southbound streetcar tunnel towards Exhibition Place Place.

Travelling by GO Transit

Take the Lakeshore Line to Exhibition GO Station and walk 4 minutes south to Princes' Boulevard. We encourage visitors to check routes on the GO Train website and set the destination to 115 Princes' Boulevard.