Downtown Toronto’s mosaic of neighbourhoods
Kimpton Saint George sits on the cusp of Toronto’s downtown, and we are all about encouraging exploration of its more than two dozen neighbourhoods that each have their own distinct identities and appealing diversions. We’d say “see it all,” but just in case you don’t have all the time in the world, we’ve hand-picked a few neighbourhoods and attractions that might be worth checking out.
Kensington Market : Charming and diverse, this neighbourhood is a true original. Kensington is tailor-made for casually popping in and out of vintage clothing stores, grocers, cafes and more
St. Lawrence Market : Maybe the city’s most famous market, a variety of independent merchants and specialty vendors show off their passion for food (be sure to get a free sample or two)
Art Gallery of Ontario : This Frank Gehry-designed, world-renowned art museum houses more than 90,000 works and hosts a variety of exhibitions and events
Massey Hall : Iconic concert hall showcasing internationally acclaimed performers from musicians to celebrities to podcasters