Christmas Kick-off Destinations in Toronto

Tallest Christmas tree in Toronto

On November 14, thousands of people gathered at the CF Eaton Centre for the city’s tallest Christmas tree light-up with presenter US Open Champion Bianca Andreescu. If you missed it, the 108-foot-tall tree will be in the mall for you to visit. On the same day, the Toronto Christmas Market in the Distillery District opened and attracted many citizens and tourists.

Christmas Market at Distillery District

The market is a wonderful place to experience many food vendors and to buy gifts and is open until Dec. 22nd. Admission is free during M-Thursday. From Friday (6 pm) to Sunday it is $8 (in advance) or $12 (day of).

Unique Window Displays at Hudson’s Bay Centre

Contemplating the window displays of the Hudson’s Bay Centre on Bloor St. E. is another popular tradition and attracts crowds during the holidays. Windows are decorated with sophisticated and innovative designs. Many families, especially with young children, come to take pictures and film the windows. The holiday windows are on display until the New Year.

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