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    • Evergreen Brick Works
    • St. Lawrence Market
    • Graffiti Alley

    Toronto’s industrial and environmental past converge at the Evergreen Brick Works, a natural park about 15 minutes away from downtown. Built around the remnants of a historic brick factory and open daily year-round, this community space offers scenic hikes on Lookout Path, tours of the sustainable garden market, and outdoor skating.

    No culinary tour of Toronto would be complete without a visit to St. Lawrence. This centuries-old indoor market features two floors of vendors selling fresh-baked pastries, chutneys, and cheese, among other goodies. A weekly Farmer’s Market convenes on Saturday mornings, or you can stop by on Sunday to check out the Antiques Market.

    If Toronto’s legal street art scene had an official “gallery,” Graffiti Alley would be it. Starting at the intersection of Portland and Rush, this Fashion District alley covers three city blocks in bright and colourful murals and graffiti. The alley is best explored on foot — with a camera.