- 2-hour small-group walking tour of Kensington Market and Chinatown
- Learn about these two eclectic neighborhoods from your professional local guide
- Explore unique shops; visit historical sites; and admire stunning graffiti and street art
- Small-group size with a maximum of 12 people ensures a personalized experience
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What You Can Expect
A feast for the senses, this neighborhood boasts many restaurants and shops brimming with authentic Chinese products and goods. Learn how Chinatown has evolved from a working-class Jewish market into a working-class bohemian market and one of Canada's largest Chinese communities.
Then, head just one street over to Kensington Market, the origin of multicultural Toronto. Explore its fruit and vegetable markets mixed with cool cafés, restaurants and vintage clothing stores – there’s neither a Starbucks nor a McDonald’s in sight! As you walk with your guide, learn how several waves of immigration over the past 100 years have splashed colors, sounds and flavors from all around the world throughout Kensington Market. Admire the brick walls covered with stunning graffiti murals and street art.
Along the way, your professional local guide will add interesting commentary and cover the history of these communities, as well as point out the best places to eat and shop.
Our tour guide Mike was very interesting! He gave us a lot of cultural and historical information about Chinatown and Kensington Market as well as fun commentary. Mike answered all of our questions and took whatever time we needed to fully investigate the sites on the tour. Wish we would have had more time to take additional tours.
Our tour guide Michael was knowledgeable and very entertaining! We enjoyed the tour and would definitely recommend it to others.
The tour guide did a very good job. It was interesting
Me niece and I both enjoyed the tour! Interesting, fun, and well paced! Tour guide was friendly, well-spoken and informative.
Very fun and knowledgable guide. Great area
Jason our guide was friendly, informative and really keen to answer our questions. We stopped for coffee and talked more. Kensington Market was really interesting with all the different eateries if you are not use to them. We was pleasent way to spend a morning.