The Distillery District, Toronto

With our time ending soon in Toronto, the Distillery District in Old Town was the last neighborhood on our list to explore. This historic neighborhood is a small pedestrian area filled with restaurants, shops, Mill Street Brewery and beer hall, and a distillery.

We entered the district through the great lover’s heart structure, a famous photo spot. From there, we encountered various interactive art. The crowded site is at the locks of love. It took patience finding the right moment for a photo void of people. And despite so, I only managed half of what’s shown in my photo.

The Distillery District is a tourist attraction, despite being so small. I enjoyed exploring the pioneer village, its rustic decor and some of the artwork. Again, this is another part of Toronto that is different and unique on its own.

9 thoughts on “The Distillery District, Toronto

  1. I like how the locks were locked together. I’m not a crowd person but I do go into art areas like this.


  2. Such beautiful photos! I work in the distillery and I absolutely LOVE escaping the city every day to be surrounded by all of the old architecture and history surrounding it ๐Ÿ™‚

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