One of Toronto’s most charming neighbourhoods for a family visit is also one of its most...
The Distillery Historic District, commonly known as the Distillery District, astounds the eyes with its cobblestone streets and painstakingly restored Victorian industrial architecture. Dating to 1832 and the founding of the Gooderham & Worts distillery, this arts-and-culture hub is now home to galleries, boutiques, restaurants and cafes, as well as a new wave of distilleries and craft breweries. While its Old Town of Toronto roots run deep, the district is actually quite young, its resurrection only dating back to 2003.
- The Old World charm and light-filled spectacle that is the annual Toronto Christmas Market
- Artwork and crafts by First Nations, Inuit and Métis artists at Gallery Indigena
- Emerging and mid-career contemporary artists at Corkin Gallery
- The annual Groundswell Festival at the award-winning and unabashedly feminist Nightwood Theatre
- SOMA Chocolatemaker’s bean-to-bar truffles, drinking chocolate, spreads and cookies
BOUNDARIES: Parliament Street to the west, Cherry Street to the east, Mill Street to the north and Distillery Lane to the south.
PUBLIC TRANSIT (TTC): King subway station, then take the 504 streetcar to Distillery Loop.
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