July 27, 2016


Xlerate Day Toronto will be at University of Toronto’s Hart House. You can find specific rooms info in the agenda. Hart House is on the historical territory of the Huron-Wendat, Petun, Seneca and, most recently, the Mississaugas of the New Credit Indigenous peoples.

Note Hart House is fully accessible, including elevator, accessible washrooms and ramps. More information can be found here; if you have further inquiries please contact info@xlerateday.com and we will assist with inquiries or information as needed.

Hart House
7 Hart House Circle
Toronto, ON M5S 3H3

Getting here by TTC:
Hart House is between two subway stations, Museum and St. George. To walk here from Museum station, exit the station on the west side of the street, in front of The ROM. Walk south down Queen’s Park Circle, continuing south past Hoskin Ave.
To walk here from St. George station, exit on St. George, walk south down St. George until you get to Hoskin Ave. Walk east on Hoskin Ave until you come to Tower Rd, you can access our west entrance directly from Tower Rd, or keep walking to Hart House Circle to find the main entrance.

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For UofT parking info:

See the interactive campus parking map:


And information on accessible parking:


Getting here by bike:

Hart House is located just south of the bike lane on Hoskin Ave, and east of the bike lane on St. George St. There are plentiful bike racks located on Tower Rd, which is between Hoskin Ave and the main Hart House entrance on Hart House Circle.


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