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Inside Toronto’s Kensington Market & Chinatown Walking Tour

Be ready to join the Toronto Walking Tour: Kensington Market & Chinatown any day, on varied time schedules, and explore the city’s rich tapestry of culture, history & cuisine where the journey kicks off at the Art Gallery of Ontario and wraps up at the Dragon City Shopping Centre.

You can snag your tickets online via FEVER and relish a 3-hour guided stroll complete with delectable food tastings, a soothing coffee or tea break, and a knowledgeable English-speaking guide!

1. What to Expect from This Awesome Tour?

The tour will begin at the intersection of McCaul St. And Dundas St. West next, to the Art Gallery of Ontario where you will meet a knowledgeable guide who speaks English and who will take you on a journey through Chinatown & Kensington Market. 

In Chinatown, you’ll have the chance to try delicious Chinese cuisine and treats while exploring the vibrant North American Chinatown.

After that, you will venture into Kensington Market which is known for its vibes and diverse range of shops, cafes, restaurants & street arts.

Get to know the influence of Toronto’s immigrant community by hearing fascinating stories from the tour guide.

Along the way, there will be a break for coffee or tea and finally, the tour will conclude at Dragon City Shopping Centre, near Spadina Avenue and Dundas St. West intersection where you can shop for souvenirs or you can continue exploring the area on your own.

Inside Toronto's Kensington Market & Chinatown Walking Tour!
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2. When and Where Does the Toronto Walking Tour Start?

The tour sets off at the crossroads of McCaul St. and Dundas St. West, just right from the Art Gallery of Ontario.

And when our adventure wraps up, you’ll find yourself at the Dragon City Shopping Centre which is nestled at the junction of Spadina Avenue & Dundas St. West.

You’ve got some flexibility in the selection of a date!

Pick your favourite date and the tour will kick off at varied time slots and will last for a sweet 3 hours. 

3. Grab Your Tickets Now?

If you’re up for an awesome adventure like this, you can grab your tickets online via FEVER.

To secure your spot for the Toronto Walking Tour: Kensington Market & Chinatown, just click your way through and all you need to do is pick the date and time that fits your schedule best.

And hey, there are two ticket options to choose from:-

  • Adults (12+) are priced at $48.00
  • Child (6-11) at $79.00

4. Note These Important Points Before You Join the Tour

Before you join the tour, here are some important information you need to know:

  • Make sure to wear comfortable shoes and dress appropriately for the weather because the weather in Toronto varies throughout the seasons: hot and humid summers, cool springs and autumns, and cold winters with snow.
  • Good news for everyone – this tour is open to folks of all ages and fitness levels.
  • If you or someone you’re with uses a wheelchair, no worries! The tour is totally wheelchair accessible.

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5. Essential Details about the Toronto Walking Tour

  • What – Kensington Market & Chinatown Walking Tour in Toronto.
  • When – Multiple dates.
  • Duration – 3 hours.
  • Where – The starting & ending points are the Art Gallery of Ontario & Dragon City Shopping Centre.
  • Tickets – Reserve your tickets online through FEVER!

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