Toronto Weather September Averages, Canada
What's the Weather like in Toronto in September
Warm summer weather in Toronto starts to drop off in September. Daily average temperatures in this month range from a high of 22C (72F) to a low of 13C (55F), with an overall average of 18C (64F). These temperatures are like those in Milan, Italy and Istanbul, Turkey.
Precipitation in September is similar to the rest of the year with 40 mm falling over 12 days.
Falling at the end of the humid season that begins in June, September has an average humidity of 87%.
Sunrise and Sunset
The duration of daylight is constantly decreasing in September. On September 1, the sun rises at 6:41 am and sets at 7:52 pm, creating 13:11 hours of daylight. On September 30, daybreak happens at 7:13 am and sundown takes place at 9:00 pm, with 11:46 hours of total daylight.
You can expect moderate winds that range from a high of 14 m/s to a low of 0.3 m/s with an average of 4 m/s.
Hotels for Toronto in September
Live like a rock stay at cutting-edge downtown accommodations. Stay in a quintessentially British manner at a chateau-style getaway. From minimalist studios in the entertainment district to no-nonsense guestrooms in quiet locales, Toronto hotels have the variety you desire.
Drake Hotel Toronto
Enjoy a rock-star experience at the Drake Hotel Toronto. Dating to 1890 and awash in contemporary art, the unique boutique has trendy individually decorated guestrooms with hardwood floors, flat-screen TVs and separate seating areas.
Dine on delicious sushi at the Raw Bar. Savour a steak dinner at the lounge and then check out the rooftop bar for cocktails with sweeping views of the city. But one of the Drake's biggest draws is its Underground club that hosts live music.
Fairmont Royal York
Set in a landmark building dating to the 1920s, Fairmont Royal York has a convenient location one kilometre from the Harbourfront Centre. The chateau-style hotel was once the British Empire's tallest building and has welcomed dignitaries that include Queen Elizabeth II. Elegant guestrooms have flat-screen TVs, minibars and views of the city, while suites come with living rooms, kitchens, dining rooms and wet bars.
Choose from four restaurants including a farm-to-table eatery that employs herbs from a rooftop garden and a Japanese steakhouse. Work out in a lap pool, steam away stress in a sauna and enjoy a refined cup of tea on their Rooftop Garden Tour.
The Strathcona Hotel
Set in the centre of the entertainment district, the Strathcona Hotel is a three-minute stroll from Union Station and surrounded by popular shopping and dining options. The solid mid-range hotel of minimalist design has guestrooms with hardwood floors, flat-screen TVs and rainfall showerheads.
Check into a suite to enjoy a marble bathroom and a separate living area. Dine on casual cuisine at an on-site cafe and enjoy a pint at the hotel's British-inspired pub. You can catch up on work at a 24-hour business centre and work out at a fitness centre that's adjacent to the hotel.
Isabella Hotel and Suites
Set in a building that dates to 1891, Isabella Hotel and Suites has basic air-conditioned guestrooms with traditional furnishings and flat-screen TVs. Check into a suite for a spa tub, electric fireplace and mini-fridge.
Start the day with a complimentary breakfast and enjoy a lunch of pub grub on the patio of an on-site restaurant. The hotel is an eight-minute drive from the Easton Centre and a 12-minute drive to the Rogers Centre stadium.
Beaches for September for Toronto
Marie Curtis Park Beach
When the lake waters begin to cool, Marie Curtis Park Beach is a great place for land activities. There are beach volleyball courts, a stroll-friendly boardwalk and an off-leash dog park. Surrounded by rich parkland, the beach also has a playground with a splash pad that the little ones can enjoy.
Restaurants and Bars for Toronto in September
Dine from a market-driven menu in a charming courtyard, on Mediterranean cuisine at a candlelit eatery, on homemade far at a family-run restaurant or grab a quick bite at a bustling market. A trip to Toronto offers a world of diverse dining options.
Romance awaits at GEORGE Restaurant, located at the Ivy at Verity boutique hotel. With crystal chandeliers and gleaming sconces set against natural brick and wrought-iron accents, the high-end eatery positively oozes warmth and style. Enjoy outdoor dining on a patio during the warmer months. With a market-driven menu that changes with the seasons, many offerings are unpredictable.
You can count on specialities including lobster rolls with curried mascarpone and lentils, sablefish with egg-yolk cannoli and pork belly with smoked clams. GEORGE is open on Monday from 12 pm to 2 pm, Tuesday to Friday from 12 pm to 9:30 pm, Saturday from 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm and closed on Sunday.
EVOO Ristorante offers Italian cuisine and Mediterranean classics in the Yorkville district. Enjoy fine dining in a romantic atmosphere at a price that won't break the bank. With a focus on seafood, EVOO serves dishes including breaded calamari with tzatziki and lemon-caper aioli, grilled octopus over cannellini bean salad and crab-filled ravioli with saffron and cream.
Pair your meal with a fine Italian wine from their extensive list of vintages, or bring your own bottle for a corkage fee. EVOO is open from Monday to Friday from 11:30 am to 10 pm, on Saturday from 5 pm to 11 pm and on Sunday from 5 pm to 10 pm.
The Elm Tree Restaurant
A family-run eatery, the Elm Tree Restaurant specializes in modern takes on traditional Mediterranean cuisine. Savour Iberico chorizo frittata with red peppers and pecorino or pan-seared salmon with leek barley risotto in a cosy contemporary setting with natural wood accents.
The menu of spirits is extensive, with eight beers on tap, bottled beer from across the globe, and an international list of wine and liquor. The Elm Tree is open from 11 am to 10 pm from Monday to Friday and from 4:30 pm to 10 pm on Saturday and Sunday.
Our Spot is a popular stop for affordable breakfast or brunch at the Kensington Market. By far their most-popular option is an all-day breakfast that piles on eggs, bacon and potatoes to pair with coffee or espresso at a bargain price. Try the peameal and egg special, or sample one of their speciality chicken club sandwiches. Prepare for crowds at the bustling spot that is open daily from 8 am to 3 pm.
Things to Do in Toronto in September
One of the world's largest zoos, the Toronto Zoo has over 10 kilometers of trails that wind through 280 hectares. Around 5,000 animals reside in seven geographic zones including Africa and the Americas. Visit the largest indoor gorilla exhibit in North America and then hop on the Zoomobile to ride through the zoo's different regions. Kids will enjoy a water play area, theatre and interactive animal experience.
Spanning hectares, High Park has wide stretches of unspoiled nature. Take a trek through wetlands, prairies, woodlands and the nearly extinct black oak savannah eco-system. You'll also find a wildlife park, landscaped gardens, playgrounds and a small zoo. Sports enthusiasts will love tennis courts, football pitches and baseball diamonds.
Woodbine Beach Volleyball
If you like to play volleyball, or just like to watch, you'll want to check out Woodbine Beach. The city's epicentre for the sport, the site has more than 90 beach volleyball courts and often hosts world-class tournaments. You'll also find a nearby outdoor Olympic-size pool, spots to picnic and trails that take you through surrounding nature.
Adventures at Casa Loma
Mystery and adventure await at Casa Loma. The Gothic Revival mansion in midtown has towers you can climb to get soaring views of the city. You can also explore once-secret tunnels that run under the residence and lead to the stables. The popular Castle Loma Escape Series is an interactive game that tasks visitors with solving puzzles and cracking a mystery in order to escape the castle.