Photograph the Toronto Skyline from Polson Pier

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Added by Thomas Ostapchuk

The closest and most easily accessible spot to photograph the Toronto skyline.

Polson Pier has a small park at the very end near the nightclub that is ideal for taking dawn/dusk and night photos of the city. There is no parking along the street leading to it, so park at the T&T Supermarket on Cherry St., then walk down Polson st. 

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Photography
Dog Friendly
Family Friendly
Handicap Accessible
Scenic

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