Please note: The historic buildings of Fort York are CLOSED for a special event and will reopen on July 9. Admission to the new Visitor Centre is free during this time. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Step through our new front door!
The Fort York Visitor Centre is now open on the south side of Garrison Common. Designed by the award-winning Canadian team of Patkau Architects Inc / Kearns Mancini Architects Inc, this new facility helps the Fort tell its 200-year story and orient visitors to the entire 43-acre National Historic Site.
Toronto's Gardiner Expressway is disappearing into the city - The Globe and Mail
Toronto schooner recovered from construction site moved to Fort York - CBC News Toronto
Please note: Garrison Road is currently closed therefore parking on the historic Fort York grounds is currently not available due to the on-going revitalization of the Garrison Common. There is Green P Parking ($1/half hour) at Strachan Avenue and Fleet Street. Limited accessible parking is located on the west side of the Visitor Centre.