A new year is nearly here, and if you’re trying to figure out a spot to take in Toronto’s New Year’s Eve fireworks show, read on!

The City of Toronto is setting off a spectacular fireworks show along the inner harbour at midnight, but deciding where exactly to watch from can be tricky.

According to the City, these parks and public spaces are guaranteed to give you a great view of the show.

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Ireland Park

Easily accessible by TTC, this park will not only give you a great view of the fireworks but of the stunning city skyline too.

Where: 5 Eireann Quay

Little Norway Park

Located at the southwest corner of Bathurst Street and Queens Quay West, this little park along the harbourfront is one of the top suggested areas to view the fireworks show.

Where: 659 Queens Quay W

Toronto Music Garden

This popular park has plenty of outdoor seating space. Relax on one of the many benches, lay a blanket on the stairs, or pull up a folding chair and enjoy the show as it illuminates the sky.

Where: 479 Queens Quay West


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HTO Park

Toronto’s “urban beach” is a fantastic spot to catch the fireworks. It’s located in Toronto’s Inner Harbour and it features a long sandy beach dotted with umbrellas and plenty of Muskoka chairs to sit down, relax, and enjoy the show.

Where: 339 Queens Quay West

HTO Park West

If you can’t find a spot in HTO Park you can walk over to HTO Park West, where you’ll get to enjoy equally stunning views and Muskoka chair seating options.

Where: 375 Queens Quay West

Harbourfront Centre grounds

The Harbourfront Centre grounds can accommodate plenty of people, so you’re sure to find a spot to watch the fireworks here. Plus, the surrounding restaurants and cafes are ideal if you want to warm up and have a bite before the show.

Where: 245 Queens Quay West

Harbour Square Park

This park is located next to the Toronto Ferry Docks. In the summertime, Harbour Square Park is a nice spot to sit and watch the ferries travel back and forth to the island.

And on New Year’s Eve, you can have a seat and enjoy the high-altitude fireworks display above the water.

Where: 25 Queens Quay West

Sugar Beach Park

Sugar Beach Park is another urban beach with outdoor seating, a sandy beach overlooking the water, pink umbrellas, as well as a granite rock outcropping and grass mounds for the public to enjoy.

Sit by the water’s edge and watch the sky light up as the city rings in 2024.

Where: 11 Dockside Drive


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Water’s Edge Promenade

This spacious walkway extends along the water’s edge and has plenty of spots to sit down or slow down to soak up the view.

Where: 115 Queens Quay East

Don’t forget, the TTC will be running free service all night long on New Year’s Eve from 7 PM on December 31st 2023 to 8 AM on January 1st 2024.

Grab some blankets, pick your spot, and enjoy your New Year’s Eve, Toronto!