1. Jurassic Park
Jurassic Park is located in Maple Leaf Square on the western side of the Scotiabank Arena and is the best place to see a big Toronto playoff game besides inside the arena itself. If you can’t get a ticket to the game or just want to hang out with some diehard Raptors fans before the game, then stop by Jurassic Park.
2. Fan Zone
The Fan Zone opens two hours before games and features a variety of interactive basketball and hockey related activities. At the fan zone you can shoot some hoops or pucks, so make sure to stop by before the game.
3. We the North
“We The North” has become a popular slogan among Raptors fans, who have embraced the team’s identity as Canada’s only team. The slogan can be heard chanted throughout games and can even be found on t-shirts as well.
4. Dance Pak
The Dance Pak is the official dance team of the Toronto Raptors. They perform a variety of routines throughout the game and put on a great show, so don’t miss them during your visit to Toronto.
5. The Raptor
The Raptor entertains the crowd by performing all kinds of stunts and antics. You never know he’ll get into next, so keep your eyes peeled for him throughout the game.
6. 4Korners Raptors Soundcrew
4Korners gets everyone up on their feet with his impressive DJ stylings and is an essential component to any Raptors game day. Enjoy 4Korners jams during your visit to the Scotiabank Arena.
7. Real Sports Apparel
You’ll find any Toronto team gear you could want at this 3,000 sq ft sports apparel palace. If you’re looking to pick up a souvenir of your trip to Toronto, then there is no better place to do so then Real Sports Apparel.
8. Raptors Fan Patrol
Get loud and show off your Raptors pride for your chance to win cool prizes when you see the Raptors Fan Patrol. The fan patrol does an excellent job of getting everyone pumped up with their fun promotions so be on alert for them.
The Toronto-based rapper is one of the biggest Raptors fans out there and so it’s highly likely you’ll see him at the game. Keep an eye out for Drake as you never know where he’ll pop up next.
This public walkway is home to the arena’s ticket office as well as many artifacts from the original Canada Post Delivery Building. If you’re a history buff as well as a basketball fan, then stop and check this out.