St Lawrence Market, Toronto
About St Lawrence Market, Toronto
St Lawrence Market, Toronto - Address, Phone Number
Address: 93 Front St E, Toronto, ON M5E 1C3, Canada
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
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St Lawrence Market is an important market area in Toronto. With rustic old buildings and tiny roads the marketplace is sure to bring about a wave of nostalgia for visitors. The old-worldly appearance certainly makes the place an important part of the culture of Toronto.
There are a few different areas within St. Lawrence Market. The South market sells fresh food items that range from fruit to meats. There are specialty vendors that line the market stalls and are a favorite with the locals. The North Market houses the Farmer’s Market which is a very important place. There is also an antiques market which is definitely worth a visit for all the eclectic items on display. You never know what you might find here. The ground floor of the St. Lawrence hall also is home to several shops and stalls for every local need. Tourists will revel in this atmosphere and will love to observe the goings-on at the fascinating place. Culture seekers should not miss this one.
One of the most visited markets of Toronto; St. Lawrence’s Market is an important place to know the city better. Since it is a market, there are no tickets for St. Lawrence Market. However, if you wish to know this place like an insider, it’s better to take up a tour and get St. Lawrence Market Tickets with us. As you book tickets for St. Lawrence Market, you will get a guide who lets you know everything about the market. St. Lawrence Market Ticket prices come at affordable rates with us.
St Lawrence Market Information
- Parking is available a little far from the Market.
- The Market is wheelchair accessible.
- Some vendors may accept cards but all vendors accept cash.
St Lawrence Market Ticket Prices
- Free entry
St Lawrence Market Opening and Closing Hours
- Farmer’s Market: Saturday – 5 am – 3 pm
- Antiques Market: Sunday – dawn – 5 pm
How To reach St Lawrence Market by Public Transport
- By Bus: Bus 75 stops at Lower Jarvis St at the Esplanade bus station.
- By Tram: The Church St at Wellington St East light rail station is a short walk away.
- By renting or hiring a car/taxi.
Restaurants Near St Lawrence Market
- St Lawrence Snack bar
- Cruda Cafe
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St Lawrence Market, Toronto Reviews - Write a Review
I’m not a fan but my neighbors love it and it’s a HUGE tourist attraction. It’s a fresh food market. If you like standing in line over and over to get your food then this place is for you. If you want to get grocery shopping done quickly go to the nearby Metro grocery store. Since it’s primarily a tourist trap the hours are not that great. It’s closed Sundays and Mondays. The best time to shop for the best prices is Saturday and hour or so before closing
Open air market with quality produce, butcher, fish monger, bakery, cheeses, specialty food shops. It's an old market that has made an effort to retain the market feel of the past when shops specialized, unlike supermarkets of today. Neat and tidy place, in what has become, an expensive area of Toronto. Expect above average pricing. It's a great place to wander with kids to see and speak to merchants. Very personable if you want to make it that way. I like coming here. Parking is not easy on city streets nearby.
Bought a place at Market Wharf to be across the street from this place. Apart from this market vein rated #1 in the world by National Geographic a few years ago, this market has transitioned this area into a very diverse community. I mean they have everything from camel burgers to crocodile steak, sushi grade fish, to some of the best cheese I’ve ever tasted. It’s perfect for daily shopping so everything is fresh. By small and waste less.
Love love love the atmosphere. Visited on a Saturday and got to try plenty of delicious samples at almost every single store. A bit busy but such a great experience for a suburb gal. Lots of food choices and fresh seafood.
I think that every visitor to Toronto should visit the market. There are all types of small shops including jewelry and a few clothes shops. Don't hesitate to visit all the eateries, etc. There is a lot to eat. You can find some of the best maple syrups here at a very reasonable price. The tourist buses stop here. Public transportation is almost at its doorstep. Don't forget that you can find one of the biggest collections of sweets at Dominoes downstairs. You can purchase your prepared food, drinks, pastries and fruits to take with you or eat here. There is a patio with lots of tables and benches. The food is cheaper than most places in this restaurant district. You must walk right through the market both upstairs and downstairs because some of the eateries are tucked away. Although I wrote about your eating here, don't forget that it is a market. Enjoy.
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