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The Distillery Historic District

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Distillery District, Toronto

Overview
The Distillery Historic District in Toronto is a vibrant and internationally acclaimed neighborhood that is home to a collection o...
The Distillery Historic District in Toronto is a vibrant and internationally acclaimed neighborhood that is home to a collection of beautifully restored Victorian-era industrial buildings.

Today, the Distillery Historic District is a thriving hub of creativity, arts, culture, dining, and shopping. It features brick-lined streets and houses numerous cafes, restaurants, boutiques, galleries, and shops, all nestled within the historic buildings.

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HIGHLIGHTS
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- Visitors can explore the district's cobblestone laneways and enjoy the unique atmosphere of this pedestrian-only village.

- Heritage exhibits: When the Gooderham & Worts Distillery closed in 1990, hundreds of industrial
artifacts remained on site. To help visitors appreciate the working life of the distillery,exhibits of these artifacts have been installed at several locations throughout the District.

- The district offers a wide range of experiences. Visitors can dine in one of the many restaurants that offer diverse cuisines, enjoy a drink at one of the bars or breweries, or indulge in artisanal treats and unique gifts from the boutiques and shops.

- Artwork installations

- The Distillery Historic District is also a hub for cultural events, including art exhibitions, performances, and festivals.

- With its rich history, architectural beauty, and lively atmosphere, the Distillery Historic District has become a popular destination for both locals and tourists alike.
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