5 outdoor spots in Toronto that will give you holiday feels this month

Dec 2 2020, 11:06 am

Even though the pandemic has cancelled many of our beloved holiday traditions in Toronto this year, there are still festive areas in the city to see while physically distanced.

Here is a list of some of the festive spots in Toronto this holiday season.

The Distillery District

The famous Christmas Market might be cancelled this year, but there are still lots of festive lights sparkling all over the Distillery District. Pay a visit and take a stroll through the historic streets while taking in all of the holiday lights, and obviously getting a fire picture for insta.

Just remember, you are asked to wear a mask at all times.

Holiday Hills at stackt Market

Grab your winter jacket, put on your boots, and embrace the outdoors at stackt market. This year, the market will be featuring “Holiday Hills,” a safe and distanced way for you and your household to enjoy some holiday fun.

 

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Fairmont Royal York

The Fairmont’s holiday windows open on December 2. Stop by to take a look and snag a festive picture in front of the display. The display designer is Frank Rea, and the windows will be shining on Front Street until early January.

Nathan Phillips Square

The 60-foot Christmas Tree in Nathan Phillips Square has been lit up for the season and will illuminate City Hall into early 2021. There are also strings of lights and sparkling stars— a great spot to get the perfect distanced holiday shot for Instagram.

 

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Union Station

There’s a luminous and immersive outdoor glacier wall installation at Union Station. The holiday installation has immersive sound and light shows that reflect the natural world – with shows taking place during the day and the evening.

 

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Note: Toronto Public Health is reminding individuals to monitor their health for signs and symptoms of COVID-19. And if you’re not feeling well, they recommend staying home at this time. If you decide to go out, maintain the six-foot physical distancing guidelines and wear a mask.

 

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