Look for the information symbols on all maps for assistance throughout the night.
Yonge-Dundas Square (south-east corner of Yonge Street and Dundas Street East)
TTC directions: exit Dundas Station on the Yonge subway line
Scotia Plaza (40 King Street West, entrance from Adelaide Street and King Street)
Lamport Stadium south parking lot (1151 King Street West, entrance on Liberty Street)
TTC directions: Take the 509 Harbourfront Rapid Transit line from Union Station to the Exhibition Place loop on Manitoba Drive. Then walk north through the underground GO tunnel to Atlantic Avenue, turn left at Liberty Street. If you’re travelling on the King Street line, get off at Jefferson Avenue.
Look for the first aid tent staffed by the Ryerson Student Emergency Response Team.
Pick up snacks and beverages for quick rejuvenation and relax for a while before you head off into the night.
Visit the Toronto Water HTO to go trailer at the Main Scotiabank Information Centre in Zone A and C. Bring your reusable bottle and fill it with cool, clean Toronto tap water to keep you hydrated throughout the night.
Proceeds from Scotiabank Nuit Blanche merchandise purchases and Scotiabank People's Choice entries will support ArtHeart. ArtHeart provides free visual arts programs that build self-esteem for Toronto children, youth and adults at risk. Visit Main Scotiabank Information Centres located in each zone to donate.
Pick your favorite work of art and you could win* a trip for 2 to Nuit Blanche Paris 2009.
Click below to find out more.
All proceeds from Scotiabank Nuit Blanche merchandise will be donated to ArtHeart. Merchandise tents are located in each main Scotiabank Information Centres. You'll find T-shirts, hats, glow bracelets, buttons and more.
Find more than 150 friendly Information Ambassadors located at all information tents and wandering through all zones. Volunteers will be wearing white Scotiabank Nuit Blanche jackets. Keep your eyes open for them!
Trained guides, called docents, will be available at many of the Exhibition sites to offer information and facilitate your understanding and enjoyment of the installations. Docents meet directly with the artists and curators to develop an in-depth comprehension of the work, the creative process and how to interpret the work so that they are able to share this information with you. Look for docents in white jackets located near many of the Exhibition Projects.
In each zone all Exhibition Projects and Independent Projects have been assigned a map number. You’ll find these numbers beside the project descriptions on the website and in the event guide. Look for signs at the event with the correlating number to help you find your way and plan your route.
To help you locate the Exhibition Projects, look for the 12-foot-high poles with white Scotiabank Nuit Blanche banners. Near each Exhibition Project you’ll also find an artist statement sign to give you some insight into the project.
While reviewing each project description on the website or in the event guide, look for this symbol which identifies locations offering late-night refreshments. Call the individual venues to confirm hours and menus.
Each project partner was asked to identify whether their location was fully or partially accessible. Look for these symbols beside project descriptions. Call the individual venues to confirm details.
To qualify as a fully barrier-free and wheelchair-accessible location, venues offer accessible entrance/interior and public washrooms - if the venue offers public washrooms.
To qualify as a partially barrier-free and partially wheelchair-accessible, at minimum venues offer an accessible entrance/interior.