The holiday magic of Toronto is sparking deeper city exploration this season at Stackt Market’s Holiday Hills.
As a part of Destination Toronto’s 6ix Weeks of Celebrations holiday campaign, the annual winter festival will feature exclusive Toronto-themed activations intended to create wanderlust and illuminate the diversity of the city.
At Baobird‘s Build-a-Broth, holiday revelers can savour their own Toronto noodle bowl with ingredients inspired by the city’s diverse food scene.
From November 29 to December 11, gift givers can Shop the Block at a pop-up of Toronto’s favourite local brands like The Cedar Nook, Good for Sunday, and February Candle Company, curated by Style Canada.
Along with additional immersive activities and experiences throughout the market grounds, this year’s Holiday Hills will also include its first-ever ferris wheel.
- Casa Loma’s Holiday Light Tour – a dazzling lighting display in the gardens and tunnels at Toronto’s favourite castle;
- Glow Christmas – a family-friendly indoor light festival with an ‘Around the World’ light display through six countries;
- Northern Lights – an outdoor, immersive four-area, walkthrough holiday-themed experience on the Exhibition Place Grounds;
- The Distillery District Winter Village – a magical holiday shopping and dining experience at the historic Distillery District;
- Evergreen Brickworks Holiday Market – a holiday market featuring a rotation of over 40 locally-crafted, sustainably produced and handmade vendors;
- WinterFest – a magical, winter wonderland with ice skating, live shows and more at Canada’s Wonderland;
- Thirsty Elf Bar – the Fairmont Royal York’s annual holiday-themed cocktail pop-up;
- Cozy holiday meals – five international holidays that can be celebrated at these Toronto restaurants;
- And so much more.
Visitors are also encouraged to explore the city by signing up for the Pass TO Savings, a free, mobile passport featuring exclusive holiday offers and up to 20% off attractions and entertainment to make every day merry and bright.
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