Provincial Parks
National Historic Sites
National Parks of Canada
Conservation Areas
More Cities & Towns
 
More Toronto Destinations
 
Home Things To Do Regions & Maps Accommodations Search Contact

The Historic Distillery District, Toronto, Ontario

The Historic Distillery District is located in the east end of Toronto and is made up of over 40 heritage buildings set amidst 10 streets. Originally the district housed the Gooderham and Worts Distillery, founded in 1832 and later owned by the Hiram Walker Co. The location, at the site where the original Don Valley met Lake Ontario, provided excellent shipping capabilities and was once the industrial and shipping centre of Toronto. In 2001 the site was transformed into a pedestrian-safe neighbourhood well known for its unique shops, galleries, restaurants, cafes and boutiques. The Historic Distillery District is a National Historic Site.

Distillery District
55 Mill St., ste. 300
Toronto, Ontario M5A 3C4
Tel: (416) 364-1177
Fax: (416) 364-4793

 

Home | Things to Do | Regions & Maps | Accommodations |Search | What's New | Contact
Website content is the property of Southern Ontario Tourism Organization and is subject to copyright @2013