3 hours | $75pp | 12 People max.
Visitors often miss Toronto’s ‘Old Town’ and spend most of their time in the modern core. We’d like to change that.
Nestled in the east end of the city is a collection of brick and stone buildings that hold the history of Toronto’s humble beginnings. Start by immersing yourself in the sights, smells and sounds of The St. Lawrence Market. A place of business in Toronto for over 200 years. Come devour Canadian classics such as peameal bacon sandwiches, local cheese, and traditional tarts. You’ll also enjoy some cuisines from immigrant populations that have left their mark on the city’s food scene.
Once you’re full and happy, experience the rich architecture of the area as we visit famous landmarks such as the Flatiron Building, St. James Cathedral, and Toronto’s adorable dog fountain. On Saturdays there’s also a Farmer’s Market until 3PM to peruse.
Passionate Local Foodie Guide
7+ Local Specialties to Feast Upon (equivalent to a full meal or MORE)
A Historic Walk of Toronto’s Old Town