The Distillery District serves as one of the most architecturally arresting corners of Toronto, and a striking example of urban renewal in action. This Canadian National Historic Site encompasses the Victorian-era industrial-scape of the old Gooderham and Worts Distillery, which in the late 19th century ranked among the biggest distillers in the world. Now its time-tested buildings, including the remarkable 1859-built Stone Distillery, play host to an utterly redeveloped arts, shopping, dining, and entertainment quarter, host to boutiques, cafes, galleries, studios, bars, and performance venues.
This center evokes the atmosphere and lifestyle of the early founders of Toronto. Tour simple... Read more