Woodbine Centre

Woodbine Centre is a shopping mall in the Rexdale area of Etobicoke, Toronto, Ontario, Canada across from Woodbine Racetrack. In 2015, they celebrated their 30th birthday. Opened in 1985 by then developer Cadillac Fairview, the over 130 store mall is home to Fantasy Fair, a year-round indoor amusement park. The fair houses a Charles Loof carousel. It is one of 13 still in operation today. They also have a 50 feet ferris wheel which they say is the only one in North America. Its design served as inspiration for property developer Sir John Hall when planning the MetroCentre, the UK's largest shopping mall, in the 1980s. Anchor stores Hudson's Bay Sears (formerly Simpsons) Rainbow Cinemas ^ Woodbine Centre: Contact us ^ a b http://astint.on.ca/woodbine-shopping-centre-rexdale/ ^ "Woodbine Centre: Project Overview". Marino. Retrieved 23 November 2014. ^ a b http://www.fantasyfair.ca/rides-and-attraction ^ Jackson, Chris. "A BOGOF offer from Inside Out you can't refuse". Inside Out. BBC. Retrieved 2 July 2012. More details on Wikipedia