“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!”
Holiday season is upon us and as such it’s time for the Christmas Markets to begin in Toronto.
Toronto Christmas Market @ Distillery
The Distillery Christmas Market is the quintessential Toronto Christmas Market. It runs from November 14th through to December 22nd
Holiday Fair in the Square @ Nathan Phillips Square
Running from December 7th to December 23rd, this market features a midway as well as centres around the skating rink at Nathan Phillips Square
Casa Loma Christmas @ Casa Loma
From December 1st to January 5th, wander through A Nutcracker Christmas enjoying ice skating performances and other activities
Aurora Winter Festival
From November 22nd to January 5th the Aurora Winter Festival has four distinct Christmas worlds for you to explore! Skate on a skating rink with views of the Toronto Skyline and sip on hot coco while enjoying a walk through the lights.
Evergreen’s Winter Village @ Evergreen Brickworks
Weekends starting Saturday November 30th until Sunday December 22nd. Filled with food trucks and local Toronto vendors, nestled in the Winter Wonderland of the Don Valley, the Evergreen Brickworks is a sustainable holiday dream.
Glow Toronto @ Toronto Congress Centre
From November 28th to January 4th, walk under 50 000 lights and shop for unique Christmas gifts at Glow Toronto.
Holiday Hills Market @ stackt
The holiday spirit has hit the stackt shipping container market on Bathurst. From November 22nd to December 22nd wander through the market and shop for fun and festive gifts!
Leslieville Winter Market @ The Redwood Theatre
Every Sunday from November 10th until December 22nd, hangout at the Leslieville farmer’s market Winter Edition.
One of a Kind Show @ Enercare Centre
Shop one of a kind crafter pieces from November 21st to December 1st at the One of a Kind Show
WinterFest @ Canada’s Wonderland
Canada’s Wonderland is decking it’s halls for the holidays with WinterFest from November 22nd to December 31st!
Holiday Pop-Up Market @ Starving Artist (St. Clair)
Featuring local vendors for two weekends only (Nov 30 and Dec 14) the Holiday Pop-Up is a great way to support local artisans while doing your holiday shopping.