Explore the vibrant streetscape from the Art Gallery of Ontario through the adjacent Chinatown, and concluding in Kensington Market, an eclectic and historic neighbourhood that is a National Historic Sight. Learn about the history of Chinatown and check out some of the best spots to grab a bite. Take in unique architecture, fascinating history and culture, as well as great local shops and eateries along the way.
Art Gallery of Ontario, OCAD University, Chinatown, Kensington Market (National Historic Sight)
Grange Park on the south side of the Art Gallery of Ontario
Places to stop along the way:
Art Gallery of Ontario, Dragon City Mall, various specialty food shops including bakeries, coffee shops, cheese shops, and ethnic eateries
Best time to walk:
When you are hungriest in order to enjoy sampling from the multitude of restaurants and vendors along the way! Sunday during July and August is a great day for exploring the market area, when some of the streets are closed to vehicular traffic.
Be mindful of the weather and dress appropriately
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