Kensington Market is a vibrant and lively market area in Toronto. This place has a huge variety of vendors and stores selling an even bigger variety of wares.
Whether you want to browse through the wares, look at the various vendors, take a walk or actually buy something, the Kensington Market is a wonderful area to hang out in. From groceries to baked goods and from vegetables to clothes, you can find everything under the sun here. With several varied stores dotting the area, shopaholics will absolutely love to be here.
It is a multicultural neighborhood that forms an important part of the identity of Toronto. The old school architecture that adorns the place is definitely worth the visit. Besides, there are various old as well as new coffee shops and restaurants where you can enjoy a drink while observing the typical life of the people of this place. You should also check out the Patiop’s which are typical to the culture of the place. Hence, this place is not just for the shopaholic it is bound to be intriguing for the culture seeker as well.
- By Tram: Trams 317 and 510 stops at Spadina Ave at Nassau St South Side light rail station.
- By Subway: St. Patrick Subway station is a short walk away.
- By renting or hiring a car/taxi.
- The Country Kitchen Restaurant
- New Ho King Restaurant
- Anh Dao Restaurant
- Lei Yu Mun Chinese Restaurant
- Grossman’s Tavern
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45.83% of people who visit Toronto include Kensington Market in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
46.44% of people start their Kensington Market visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Kensington Market
90.59% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Kensington Market