Whether you are looking for somewhere to go with your significant other, or a fun night out with your family, Toronto’s Christmas Market is now in its eighth year as one of the biggest holiday traditions in Toronto. Adorned with seasonal décor, from sparkling light canopies to one of largest Christmas trees in the city, you will surely smell the Christmas spirit lingering in the air. The Christmas market takes over Toronto’s charming Distillery District, with festive activities that include a large Ferris wheel, life-sized gingerbread house and the option to take a picture with Santa and his elves. There will be traditional European street style food available, along with a number of artisanal vendors selling hand-made gifts that are perfect for the holidays. Bringing together holiday cheer, with Christmas carols and more than 350 stage performances, the market features charming cobblestone streets, the famous heart-shaped sign and food, drink and gift vendors.
Toronto’s Christmas Market will be open six days a week, Tuesday through Sunday, and runs until December 23.