Known primarily for its Saturday Farmers' Market, farmers from Southern Ontario starting bringing their produce to sell in 1803. The tradition continues today, and you will find a colorful display of fresh produce including vegetables, meats, breads and other goods.
On Sundays, over 80 antique dealers fill the North Market and the surrounding plaza, displaying their wares from dawn to 5 p.m. Admission is free.
The Market Gallery is another good place to visit, located inside the South St. Lawrence Market on the south-west corner of Front Street East and Jarvis Street. The Market Gallery hosts a number of special exhibits each year. For more information see below.
Where is St, Lawrence Market:
Located west of Jarvis Street, between King Street East and the Esplanade, is owned by the City of Toronto.