On Monday, December 8, I had the great pleasure of visiting the Toronto Christmas Market; a huge holiday tradition in this city.
Held in the Distillery District, the Toronto Christmas Market hosts over 30 different vendors, selling food, souvenirs, knick knacks and even perfect last minute holiday gifts. The Market, sponsored by Shop.ca, also has activities and entertainment for people of all ages, all day long.
Yesterday, Thursday, December 17, I decided to go back with my family. The vendors were serving in full force, holiday carols were blasting and the crowds were, shall we say, busier than leaving the Ontario Place grounds after a concert at the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre.
Here are some of the photos I took during my visits! Let us know your favourite parts of the Toronto Christmas Market by sharing your thoughts in the comments section below. We’d also love to see your photos!
There are still three more days of this amazing market (including today). If you have not already been, head down to the Distillery District before doors close Sunday evening. Enjoy a great day or night out before it’s too late! Admission is free and the hot apple cider is waiting for you. I’m also certain Mill St. Brewery would love to give you a pour!