Booming Chinatown, with its novelty tea shops, ethnic markets, and stunning street art. Continue through Kensington Market, the definition of the Canadian melting pot. Explore and taste more specially food stops than you can count. Fall in love with the eclectic shops through diverse authentic streets. If you are a curious local, a “New Canadian” or just a visiting for the day, let TopDogTours take you on the walk of a lifetime.
Some of the attractions and locations that we will visit on this tour.
The former home of Sir William Campbell, this Georgian style home actually changed locations in the 1970’s.
Consulate General of the United States
The office of the Consul General for the United States in Toronto.
Art Gallery of Ontario
One of the largest museums in North America, it was designed by Toronto native and famed architect Frank Gehry.
Lucky Moose Food Mart
This busy local market had a problem with shoplifters which led to a landmark law.
The area is full of some of Toronto’s famous street art.
The leading retailer and manufacturer of specialty teas in North America, Asia, and the Pacific Rim.
Not your average coffee shop.
A men’s clothing store that provides some of the best deals in Toronto.
A local bagel shop that serves Montreal style bagels.
Otto’s Berliner Döner
A neighborhood eatery which has its roots in house music.
A local Synagogue built in 1927.
Numerous other stops included.