Must See

As Canada’s largest gift show, the Toronto Gift Fair is the place to experience the widest selection of products firsthand and learn about upcoming trends.


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Showcases

Toronto Congress Centre North, Hall 10
Toronto Congress Centre North, Hall 10

The Shops at the Seaside
Feel like some relaxing window shopping to break up your day?! Stroll the boardwalk in Hall 10! Reminiscent of seaside towns the world over, Andrew and his team have created inspiring and innovative displays designed to draw you in and highlight some of the best new products on offer. You’ll be enticed by the candy store and inspired by the flower shop featuring fresh finds for spring. The nautical window offers treasures from the sea, and the ice cream parlour will leave you hungry for more!

Toronto Congress Centre South, Hall 8
Toronto Congress Centre South, Hall 8

Fisherman’s Wharf
Ahoy, Mateys! Head into Hall 8 and take a wander down the dock to see all the newest and hottest items that we’ve caught for the Spring show! Andrew and his team have cast a wide net in search of the most innovative and captivating products. Stroll down the center aisle and peruse the best in kitchen and housewares, the newest fashions, and exciting giftware and home décor. It’s all here for the taking, so come and find your catch of the day as soon as you walk through the doors!

The International Centre, Hall 1
The International Centre, Hall 1

The Waterview Lounge
Welcome to The International Centre, also known as your relaxing oasis by the shore! Andrew and his team have created the perfect place to meet your friends and colleagues, plan your show route, browse for your next best-seller or sit back and put your feet up. In addition to the comfortable lounge areas, Andrew has also designed beautiful showcases for all of the newest and hottest products available at the show. Discover home décor and tableware, coveted gifts and souvenirs, and innovative books, toys and games. Be sure to sail by and drop your anchor, this is a harbour you’ll want to spend some time in.