Toronto Mennonite Festival is held at Black Creek Pioneer Village, located in Toronto’s north-west at 1000 Murray Ross Parkway, next to York University (south of Steeles Avenue, east of Jane Street).
Black Creek Pioneer Village is a program of the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, and as such has an admission cost. This does not go to Toronto Mennonite Festival. As of July 13, 2016, admission prices are as follows:
Adult (15-59): $15.00. Child (5-14): $11.00. (Age 4 and under are free). Seniors (60+): $12.00. Students (15+ with ID): $14.00.
Admission includes access to everything else that’s open on the site that day.
From Hwy 400 (northbound from 401)
Take Steeles Avenue exit. Turn left at lights onto Steeles Avenue. Follow Steeles past Jane Street. Turn right onto Murray Ross Parkway at first light past Jane Street. Look for Black Creek Pioneer Village entrance on the right.
From Hwy 400 (southbound from York Region)
Exit at Hwy 7. Go east. Turn right (south) onto Jane Street. Turn left (east) onto Steeles Avenue. Turn right onto Murray Ross Parkway at first light. Look for Black Creek Pioneer Village entrance on the right.
From Hwy 401
Exit at Hwy 400 North. Follow instructions above for Hwy 400 (northbound from 401).
From Hwy 401
Exit at Jane Street. Follow Jane Street southbound. Turn left (eastbound) onto Steeles Avenue. At first light past Jane Street turn right (south) onto Murray Ross Parkway. Look for Black Creek Pioneer Village entrance on the right.
- Parking is available at the Village at $7.00.
From Toronto on the TTC: Go to Finch subway station. TakeSteeles bus #60 West. Or from Jane station, take bus # 35. More details: www.ttc.ca
From York Region: From the York University Terminal take the Route 10 (Woodbridge) bus or the Route 20 (Jane-Concord) bus to Jane Street & Steeles Avenue. From the Vaughan Mills terminal take the Route 20 (Jane-Concord) bus to Jane Street & Steeles Avenue. Walk east from Jane Street & Steeles Avenue. Turn right at Murray Ross Parkway and look for Black Creek Pioneer Village entrance sign on the right. More details: www.yorkregiontransit.com