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Distillery Historic District

Distillery Historic District

Mon - Wed 10am - 7pm, Thurs - Sat 10am - 8pm, Sun 11am - 6pm
55 Mill Street, Toronto, M5A 3C4

The Basics

Toronto’s Distillery Historic District is one of the city’s most vibrant cultural quarters. You can explore it during a walking tour or a Segway tour, with guides chronicling the evolution of the neighborhood from a manufacturing powerhouse for Canada’s largest distillery to a hip heritage district. Many tours include tastings from local and artisan producers, including the award-winning Mill Street Brewery.

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Toronto Distillery District Walking Tour
Toronto Distillery District Walking Tour
COP78,089 per adult
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Great tour!!
Great tour, highly recommend! Isaac is very knowledgeable and friendly. A must do when visiting the distillery district
Gabriela_S, May 2022

Recent reviews from experiences in Toronto

star-5
Fantastic must do tour!
Rachel_W, May 2022
Spirits of the Distillery District Ghost Tour
Irene was a fantastic tour guide! She did an amazing job projecting her voice so we could all hear her; she was cognizant of maintaining social distancing; and she even offered to pause/stop while walking if any of us wanted pictures around the Distillery District. And the stories were super spooky and the history we learned was great! Fabulous tour that I would most definitely recommend.
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Easy riding
Rod_H, Jun 2022
30-Minute Distillery District Segway Tour in Toronto
. Out guide instructor was very funny and informative. The Segway was very easy to ride! The location was wonderful,
star-4
An amusing tour
Richard_L, May 2022
Toronto Distillery District Walking Tour
Isaac was a lively and amusing guide who gave us an entertainig tour. He answered our questions well and seemed to know the facts relating to the distillery and its history.
star-5
Wonderful an educational...
Larissa_V, May 2022
Toronto Distillery District Walking Tour
Wonderful an educational .Had a great time. Definitely would recommend for anyone who wants to learn about great history of early days of Toronto
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Great tour with Sarah
heather_b, Apr 2022
Spirits of the Distillery District Ghost Tour
Really enjoyed the tour. Distillery District is very pretty. Our guide, Sarah, was very knowledgable and gave us great stories too.
star-5
Fabulous staff and guides
Jessica_S, Mar 2022
30-Minute Distillery District Segway Tour in Toronto
Guides were extremely pleasant, and patient with teaching us newbies how to ride lol. Lots of fun had by the whole family, great way to experience the District for the first time. Highly recommend!
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5 Star Experience
Jason_v, Oct 2021
50-Minute Distillery District Segway Tour
In my books, this tour is aces. Hands down, Segway-ing around the Distillery District is the way go. Thanks to David and Sebastian who were exceptional instructors and guides. My son and I had a blast! Thanks.
star-5
Fantastic Tour of the Distillery District
cody_b, Apr 2022
Toronto Distillery District Walking Tour
Our guide, Isaac, was incredibly knowledgable and gave us a fantastic tour of the Distillery District. Would recommend.
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Distillery district walking tour
Janice_S, Apr 2022
Toronto Distillery District Walking Tour
Our guide, Isaac, was excellent. Brought to life the history and story of the district. It did go a bit over so if making a lunch reservation leave plenty of time. We reserved at EL Catrin which was great
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Great
VALERIE_B, Aug 2021
50-Minute Distillery District Segway Tour
David was great, we discovered a lot of historical facts and it was fun. Segway is really nice and we will probably do it again.
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Great covid-friendly family activity
Erin_D, Oct 2020
30-Minute Distillery District Segway Tour in Toronto
It was a great tour!!! It was a fun COVID-friendly activity for us and the kids. The Segways were easy to manage and fun to ride. We even learned a few things from our very friendly tour guide, Nicole. Highly recommended.
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A fun way to learn not...
JoanManel_G, Mar 2022
Toronto Distillery District Walking Tour
A fun way to learn not only about Toronto's distillery, but also about important things that happened during the city's foundation. The guide is a very nice guy. I was on my own, nad I think it is a perfect activity for solo travellers.
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Things to Know Before You Go

  • The streets are cobblestone so wear sturdy, comfortable shoes.

  • Pack weather-appropriate clothing, as most of your time will be spent outdoors. Should it rain, there are lots of shops, bars, restaurants, and cafés where you can find shelter.

  • Take a camera. The district’s red-brick facades and quaint gables make excellent photo backdrops.

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How to Get There

The Distillery District is located east of downtown Toronto. From Union Station (which is served by subway line 1 Yonge-University), ride the eastbound 504 King streetcar to King Street East at Trinity Street and walk south two blocks, or take the eastbound 514 Cherry streetcar to the end of the line (Distillery District). Walking from Union Station will take 20 to 25 minutes.

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When to Get There

There is no bad time to visit Toronto’s Distillery Historic District. The neighborhood is at its liveliest during summer, when many of the cafés and restaurants set up outdoor seating areas—perfect for people-watching. Weekends tend to be busier than weekdays.

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Seasonal Markets and Events

Seasonal events are a key draw of the district. During the holiday period, a popular Christmas market sets up shop here, with dozens of stalls piled high with food and handcrafted gifts, and carol singers belting out festive favorites. In summer, the Distillery Historic District hosts food-oriented events, live jazz, art and craft shows, and flea markets. On summer Sundays, vendors at the weekly farmers market sell produce from around Ontario, including maple syrup, meats, cheeses, and ready-to-eat treats.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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What are the nearest attractions to Distillery Historic District?
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