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Polson Pier Toronto

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Polson Pier
11 Polson St
Toronto
ON
M5A1A4
Tel: (416) 649-7437

Where are we going today?

Polson Pier provides a variety of activities for the public. Come down for some practice at our golf driving range, be it pro or mini-putt! Take in a lap or two around our go-kart track! Or check out the city skyline from greater heights on our rockclimbing wall! There is something for everyone down at Polson Pier.
Our 23-acre waterfront destination features a multitude of fun and accessible activities including a golf driving range, mini-putt course, drive-in movie theatre, swimming pool, rock-climbing wall, 2 soccer pitches, 16 volleyball courts, and much more.
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    I was at Halloween Party at Oct. 31. The guard took my flask when searched me at entrance. I told him that I can return to my car but she didn't agree to that and expropriated it while she assured to return it to me when I'll come back from the party.
    When I came out from the party at 2 o'clock I asked to return my flask but the guards that promised to me to look for it even didn't try do that and said that they to busy right now. Instead, on of them gave me the phone number of "Lost and Found" office to call at Monday.
    When I called it turned...Read More

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    The Sound Academy is a great venue for metal shows, which are pretty much the only shows I've gone to here. I will be attending a non-metal concert this August, which I'm sure will also be good. The sound quality is great and really immerses you in the music. I am 6'2", so I had no problem seeing the performance from most spots on the floor.

    I'm not sure why this venue has gotten so many bad reviews, but it looks like people don't seem to understand what going to a concert entails. Of course you're going to get hot and sweaty, of course you're...Read More

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    I've been to Sound Academy for a number of shows, and every time, thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Sure, it ain't the ACC, but pretty tough to get closer to some great bands than when they play Sound Academy.

    In the summer, the patio is awesome and offers a fantastic view of the Downtown Toronto skyline, as well.

    I've always found the staff to be friendly and helpful.

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    This place is way too far from the downtown area. It's a great place inside, but the acoustics are bad.

    I do not like going to shows here, but for some reason I still keep going, lol.

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    Beautiful place to shoot the Toronto skyline

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by George Gordon

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I was at Halloween Party at Oct. 31. The guard took my flask when searched me at entrance. I told him that I can return to my car but she didn't agree to that and expropriated it while she assured to return it to me when I'll come back from the party.
When I came out from the party at 2 o'clock I asked to return my flask but the guards that promised to me to look for it even didn't try do that and said that they to busy right now. Instead, on of them gave me the phone number of "Lost and Found" office to call at Monday.
When I called it turned out that it's a Dental Office phone number and the guy simply tricked me (and most probably they took my flask and drunk my whisky).
So nobody really intended to help me despite I bought VIP tickets to this party.

by Ti Ka

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The Sound Academy is a great venue for metal shows, which are pretty much the only shows I've gone to here. I will be attending a non-metal concert this August, which I'm sure will also be good. The sound quality is great and really immerses you in the music. I am 6'2", so I had no problem seeing the performance from most spots on the floor.

I'm not sure why this venue has gotten so many bad reviews, but it looks like people don't seem to understand what going to a concert entails. Of course you're going to get hot and sweaty, of course you're going to stand for a long period of time, of course it will be crowded and you won't see well if you're short, and of course beer will be expensive. It's not like these experiences are exclusive to the Sound Academy. Overall, this is probably my favourite venue in Toronto.

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