Past and present come together at South St. Lawrence Market, a thriving, bustling area located between Church and Jarvis on ... More
South St. Lawrence Market
Past and present come together at South St. Lawrence Market, a thriving, bustling area located between Church and Jarvis on Front Street. Here you'll find historic structures such as the St. Lawrence Market intermingling with modern high rise dwellings and offices, like the nearby Brookfield Place and the Market Square apartment complex. A walkway connects the north side of Market Square to the Toronto Sculpture Garden and St. James Cathedral. The area teems with secondhand and antique shops and it's a short walk down to the waterfront and the multi-event Harbourfront Centre.
Known in the 1930s as the Jewish Market, Kensington today is an awesome display of the city's multi ethnicity. Here
you will find shops packed with products from Europe, Middle East, South America, the Caribbean, Africa and Asia and ...
Not only does this street designate Toronto's east west split, it is also the city's longest thoroughfare. In fact, Yonge
is known as the world's longest street, stretching from Lake Ontario to the town of Rainy River, more than ...
The new and renovated Art Gallery of Ontario holds permanent collection of art in different mediums be it paintings, sculpture
or collections of historic artifacts. This art gallery in Chinatown district is one of Canada's largest fine art museums. ...