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Toronto Distillery District Walking Tour

  • Distillery District walking tour: Avoid the hassle of navigating on your own
  • Guide ensures you see unmarked points of interest and architectural gems
  • Chocolate and beer tastings at Soma and Mill St. Brewery
Toronto Distillery District Walking Tour
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12pm Tour
Tour departs at 12pm
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Get to know the hidden gem of Toronto’s Distillery District on a walking and tasting tour of the area’s gems. Your guide ensures you learn about unmarked points of interest often missed by visitors. After indulging in locally-made beer and chocolate, you’ll walk away with a perspective impossible to glean if exploring on your own.
What to Expect

Meet your guide in the heart of Toronto’s Distillery District. As you walk through the cobblestone streets, listen to anecdotes about the area’s history and transformation often missing in guidebooks.

Break up the tour with a chocolate tasting at Soma Chocolate and local beer at the iconic Mill St. Brewery—recommendations are provided at each of these highly-rated establishments.

Your guide points out examples of the area’s Victorian Industrial style of architecture and other important landmarks, many of which are unmarked and easy to miss.

Part ways with your guide with a new perspective on the neighborhood and enough time left in the day to explore further on your own.

Write a ReviewReviews (23)

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Reviewed 1 week ago
Distillery District Ghost Walk

My friend and I thoroughly enjoyed the Distillery District Ghost Walk. Our tour guide, Roxanne, was friendly, outgoing and very knowledgeable. I recommend it to everyone.

Thank Simone B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Tour guide was excellent

Tour guide was excellent and shared so much interesting historical information that even as a Canadian and local resident, we learned so much. He also spent almost 2 hours for a described 1-hour tour to share what he knew.

Thank sharonflichel
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Fun and interesting insight into Toronto's history

This tour was great for a look into the history of Toronto. It was the perfect length and Erik our guide was fantastic at providing enough information to keep the tour informative without having us all overwhelmed with information before heading to get some whiskey...More

Thank samc882017
Reviewed June 3, 2018
Something for everyone

I booked a tour with a group of friends as part of a bachelorette. Communication during the booking process was really good, all my questions were answered promptly and clearly. The tour itself was really informative. Our tour guide kept everything light and was really...More

Thank mhmcd
Go T, Front Office Manager at Go Tours Canada, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Hi Mhmcd, sounds like you took the Prohibition tour. It is fascinating, isn't it? Glad to hear you had such a good experience communication-wise. We really believe that is priority number 1 - learning what you want so we can cater to it. Please come...More

Reviewed June 2, 2018
Fun and interesting tour

Gavin took us on a fun and interesting tour of the distillery district, filling us in on the history of the area and the city. It was a really entertaining and informative hour, ending with excellent chocolate and beer sampling. Would highly recommend.

Thank Lisa20852
Go T, Front Office Manager at Go Tours Canada, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Hi Lisa, thanks so much for your review. We're thrilled you had a good time! There's so much of the history of Toronto that so few people seem to know. And we think this is the perfect place to scratch the surface! Thanks again!

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