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Post-Industrial Playground

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.

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