The Metro Toronto Convention Centre’s Most #InstagramWorthy Locations


Social media is more important than ever to drive attendee engagement and great images are key to a successful strategy. Get your meeting’s hashtag ready, because we’ve compiled a list of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre’s top photo ops for attendees and meeting planners looking for the next great social media post. Don’t forget to tag us at @MTCC_Events, as we may retweet or repost!

The Bridge

The bridge connecting the South and North Buildings is perhaps the favourite location for photos, as it offers a perfect pop of colour and interesting architecture.


South Building 600 Level

If you’re looking for a unique view of the CN Tower, look no further. On a clear day it can be seen in a new perspective from the overhead windows on the 600 Level of our South Building.


The North Building Windows

Our North Building windows offer an interesting visual to any post, and events taking place in our North Halls often have interesting feature areas at the entrance of the show near the windows as well.


The North Building Halls Overlook

When public and trade shows are in our North Halls, the overlook near the bridge offers a fantastic overall perspective of the show and booths can be seen in all their beauty.


North Building Exterior Windows

The North Building exterior windows tell the story of all things MTCC – interesting facts, stats, and figures which create a visual mosaic perfect for social media. Each bank of windows tells a compelling story about our facility, what we represent, and our strong ties within the community.


The South Building Woodpecker Column

It’s impossible to miss the 100-foot-tall Woodpecker Column located steps away from the entrance of our South Building. The sculpture was created by Fastwurms, a Toronto-based duo, and reflects colourful light at night.



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