Photo courtesy of Arjun Yadav
Toronto Christmas Market
Type: Markets, Public Markets
If you can't remember the last time you felt the Christmas spirit, then put on your bells and get thee to the Toronto Christmas Market. From life sized gingerbread houses for children to a variety of... Read More
If you can't remember the last time you felt the Christmas spirit, then put on your bells and get thee to the Toronto Christmas Market. From life sized gingerbread houses for children to a variety of beer and mulled wine gardens, you will feel warm and cozy in your heart even if the rest of your extremities are a tad chilly. Stand by roaring fire pits and marvel at the sparkling lights on the tree that stands more than 50-feet above the market. Santa Claus is there too, because he doesn't want to be left out of the festivities. This year marks the tenth anniversary and has the entertainment to match, with over 500 carollers, choir performers, dancers, musicians and holiday elves.
Distillery Historic District
- Christmas Shopping: "The first two weekends that they are open, you can get in for free if you bring 8 cans of food to donate to The Daily Bread Food Bank."
- Best for Christmas Shopping Because: Nothing says the holidays like shopping for your loved ones at a Christmas market. Especially when said market has a beer garden.