It all began in 1793 as the Town of York and the creation of the St. Lawrence Neighbourhood. It was the first of Toronto’s named neighbourhoods. Today, Toronto’s Old Town has one of the largest concentrations of 19th century buildings in Ontario, and is a tremendous heritage resource.
The neighbourhood's approximate boundaries are Queen Street on the north from Church Street east to Parliament Street, Parliament Street south to Front Street, Front Street west to Jarvis Street, one block north to King Street and Church Street north to Queen Street.
Old Town Toronto is a place to eat whether at one of the many fine dining restaurants or relaxing with a pint at a friendly pub!
The Distillery District is a commercial and residential district in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Loc...
Know the regulations and special concerns for the area you'll visit, leave what you find, respect nature, enviroment and wildlife!