Avoid the hassle of parking and take a relaxing train ride directly to the CNE. Get off at the Exhibition GO Station and you are here! It is the easiest way to get to the CNE.
New this year! Children 12 years & under ride the GO Train for free!
Lakeshore train service runs every 30 minutes, every day of the week, between 9 am and 1 am.
Niagara weekend train service includes arrivals and departures at the Niagara and St. Catharines VIA Stations.
Barrie weekend train service connects to the Lakeshore West train at Union Station.
Labour Day Weekend Train Service: to and from the CNE on the Milton, Kitchener & Stouffville lines.
For updates on GO Transit service, click here.
Want to get on a GO Train at Exhibition Station without visiting the CNE?
Here are the instructions:
Walk north on Strachan Avenue
Turn left on East Liberty and walk west
Turn left on Atlantic Avenue and walk south to Exhibition Station
Scheduled TTC Subway Closures During the CNE:
There are currently no closures for the 2022 CNE.
Visit ttc.ca for “Best Route” information.
TTC Buses & Streetcars offer direct service to the CNE, stopping at the Dufferin Gate Loop (west end of CNE grounds) and Exhibition Loop (via east end of grounds).
511 Bathurst Streetcar
From Bathurst Subway Station: the 511 Bathurst Streetcar south brings you to the Exhibition Loop
504B King Streetcar
From Broadview Subway Station: The 504B King Streetcar brings you to the Dufferin Gate Loop
29 Dufferin Bus
From Dufferin Subway Station: the 29 Dufferin Bus south brings you to the Dufferin Gate Loop
509 Harbourfront Streetcar
From Union Station: the 509 Harbourfront Streetcar brings you to the Exhibition Loop
There are other streetcar and bus routes, but the TTC recommends these four as the fastest and most efficient ways to get to the CNE. Children 12 & under can ride the TTC for FREE!
Also on weekends, park for FREE in the following TTC lots: Don Mills, Ellesmere, Finch, Islington, Keele, Kennedy, Kipling, Lawrence East, Leslie, Sheppard West, Victoria Park, Warden, Wilson & Yorkdale
Ride Your Bike
Easy To Access
To get to the CNE, just follow the Martin Goodman Trail along the waterfront to Lake Shore Boulevard and British Columbia Road (Dufferin Street).
The Martin Goodman Trail is the Toronto stretch of the Waterfront Trail, which runs along the Canadian shores of Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River.
Visitors can learn more about this trail or find details of access points by visiting the Waterfront Trail Regeneration Trust website.
Where to Park Your Bike
Parking for bikes is available outside the Saskatchewan Gate (west end at Dufferin) and the Princes’ Gates (east end of grounds at Strachan).
The CNE is located at Toronto’s Exhibition Place north of Lake Shore Boulevard West between Strachan & Dufferin Streets. It is accessible directly from the Gardiner Expressway.
Leave yourself plenty of time to get here! Better yet, take public transit!
Stay tuned for information on parking for the 2022 CNE.