There is something for everyone at the Toronto Christmas Market!
Below are the many activities that the festival has to offer – some romantic, some magical, and all guaranteed to put you in the holiday spirit.
Massive Christmas Tree
Massive Christmas Tree
Massive Christmas Tree donated by
Forests Ontario & Ontario Wood.
The majestic, Ontario-grown tree featured at this year's Market is donated by Forests Ontario and Ontario Wood. Forests Ontario is the voice of our forests - working to promote a future of healthy forests sustaining healthy people.
Snap a pic with the tree and tag @Forests_Ontario!
For more information, visit forestsontario.ca or follow us @Forests_Ontario.
Magical lighting and décor displays create an incredible traditional and romantic Christmas setting for visitors to enjoy. The street and squares of the Distillery Historic District are transformed into a paradise of lights and colours, festive sounds and seductive smells.
A.S.L. Santa Visit
Date to be announced. Santa will be available for visits at Santa’s House, signing in American Sign Language (A.S.L.). Presented in association with the Canadian Cultural Society of the Deaf and the Deaf Culture Centre.
Visitors are invited to also visit the Deaf Culture Centre at 15 Mill Street in the Distillery District, featuring an art gallery, tea products and Sign Language literature. Open to the public and rooted in the Deaf community, it is a celebration of Deaf life for all to enjoy. Seasonal activities and programs will be included during the Toronto Christmas Market. deafculturecentre.ca
National Christmas Tree Day is December 2nd! Celebrate with Forests
Ontario by picking up your locally-grown Christmas tree. From Dec 1-3
and Dec 8-10, Forests Ontario will sell Ontario-grown trees at the ticket
booth. With every tree purchased, we'll plant a new tree and you'll receive
one free entry ticket into the Toronto Christmas Market!
Explore the Distillery District and Christmas Market on our classic walking tour with facts about Christmas traditions, Toronto winters past and the robust history of the Gooderham and Worts distillery.
Tastings at Soma Chocolate, Mill St. Brewery and hot chocolate from the Toronto Christmas Market are included.
The Toronto Christmas Market has created a special sculpture entitled “The Heart of Christmas.” The heart shaped sculpture stands 14 feet tall, 12 feet wide and is fabricated out of hot rolled steel. Visitors are encouraged to walk under the sculpture’s arch and share a tender moment with a loved one.
Check out the new Spirit of York Micro Distillery on Trinity Street. This new facility brings back the art of distilling to the District, while offering sampling opportunities of Toronto’s best vodka, gin, and Canadian whiskey. Visitors can also find super cool gifting options!
(Chosen by Santa’s Elves as a “must see”)