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The Distillery Winter Village (November 16th to January)
Things to do in Toronto - November
Canada’s most magical outdoor holiday shopping and dining experience returns to Toronto just in time for the holiday season.
The Distillery Winter Village is a picture-perfect holiday experience where friends and family gather to take in the timeless romance and nostalgia of the holidays, stroll the cobblestone streets under the canopy lights, enjoy delicious food and drink, and shop one-of-a-kind shops, vendor cabins, outdoor holiday markets, restaurants and cafes, and unique holiday attractions for everyone.
Unique attractions at the Winter Village include
A massive 56-foot-tall silver fir (The tallest one at the event yet) designed by Parfums Christian Dior. This year’s tree was sourced from Drysdale’s Tree Farm in Egbert, Ontario, one hour north of Toronto, and was specially selected for the 2023 Distillery Winter Village as its most prized tree on the farm.
Holiday Photo Walls and Opportunities - for instragrammable pictures
Christmas Carol Sing-a-longs by the Candy Cane Carolers
Santa and his elves
Outdoor Food Cabins and Dining
Live entertainment and more!
Visitors can enjoy the holiday scenery and take in the timeless romance of the holidays, celebrate with family and friends, and enjoy specially curated vendor cabins full of seasonal items and gifts, plus delicious, must-try foods.
The official grand opening and tree-lighting ceremony takes place on November 16th at 6:00 pm when Santa flips the switch and lights up the towering 56-foot-tall Silver Fir Christmas Tree in Trinity Square – the tallest tree the event has ever had!
55 Mill St, Toronto, ON M5A 3C4
November 16th till January 2024. View event times and schedule here
Priced. Tickets range from $15 to $30. Grab your tickets here. Kids 9 years old and under are free.
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