Discover exciting things to do near the Toronto airport

Radisson Suite Hotel Toronto Airport lies less than five kilometers from popular things to do like the Royal Woodbine Golf Club and the Woodbine Racetrack. Spend an afternoon touring the Hockey Hall of Fame, or take your kids to Canada's Wonderland for a day of roller coasters and water rides. Corporate travelers appreciate our hotel's proximity to the business districts of Etobicoke, North York, and Mississauga, and fly-in guests can take advantage of free shuttle rides to and from the YYZ airport.

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Canada's Wonderland

10.59 mi / 17.04 km from the hotel
Do you have what it takes to ride the record-breaking Yukon Striker or the Leviathan? Find out with a trip to Canada’s Wonderland, the nation’s largest amusement park. During the summer, you can cool off in the pools and slides at Splash Works.

CF Sherway Gardens

5.64 mi / 9.07 km from the hotel
This sprawling shopping mall offers more than 190 retailers. Browse stores like Gucci, J.Crew, and Nordstrom, or stop for a meal at one of dozens of restaurants and specialty food shops.

Exhibition Place

9.11 mi / 14.66 km from the hotel
If you can imagine it, this 197-acre event center can make it happen. Exhibition Place is home to Canada's largest entertainment venues and is set along the sparkling shore of Lake Ontario.

Hockey Hall of Fame

10.44 mi / 16.8 km from the hotel
Browse the world's largest collection of hockey memorabilia and see the Stanley Cup at the Hockey Hall of Fame. The venue even offers a game where you can play hockey against virtual versions of some of today's best players.

Playdium Amusement Centre

7.55 mi / 12.16 km from the hotel
Race go-karts, navigate a laser maze, or play arcade games at this family-oriented entertainment complex that spans more than 3,700 square meters.

Ripley's Aquarium of Canada

10.13 mi / 16.31 km from the hotel
Situated southeast of the CN Tower in downtown Toronto, Ripley's Aquarium of Canada provides a home for green sea turtles, sand tiger sharks, and four species of jellyfish.