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237 Carlton St | (at Parliament St.), Toronto, Ontario M5A 2L2, Canada
+1 416-921-0857
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Park walk

Cabbagetown is not so much about the front streets but rather the back ones. We started at Maple... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Edward W
Toronto, Canada
Walking Toronto's history.

Cabbage town has been a place of community and transition. Many who migrate to T.O. move through... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Toronto, Canada
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Once home solely for Irish immigrants, this neighborhood presently contains the largest grouping of Victorian homes on the continent.
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  • Average22%
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237 Carlton St | (at Parliament St.), Toronto, Ontario M5A 2L2, Canada
+1 416-921-0857
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Cabbagetown is not so much about the front streets but rather the back ones. We started at Maple Leaf Gardens and walked to Allan Gardens and on to Ontario Street where we cut up into Winchester Square Park and Winchester Park before cutting over to...More

Thank Edward W
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Cabbage town has been a place of community and transition. Many who migrate to T.O. move through this community. Oldish homes with tons of character and a friendly welcoming community.

Thank skaszab2016
Reviewed 5 May 2017

Cabbagetown is a small gem of a community where pride of ownership is evident everywhere. This is a Toronto neighbourhood with a northern border of Bloor Street/St. James Cemetery and Dundas Street being the southern one. The Don River is the eastern limit, and it...More

Thank Debi1959
Reviewed 17 January 2017

Cabbagetown was almost demolished along with the rest of downtown in the 50s and 60s, were it not for hippies and yuppies who recognized the gracefulness of the Victorian row houses and started to move in. Every second house has delicate gingerbread trim and lovely...More

Thank Colin F
Reviewed 7 January 2017

Walking distance to downtown, the village, blood street and more. Great cafes, restaurants and shopping.

Thank Glennbrian
Reviewed 30 December 2016 via mobile

Great for exploring, lots of architectural curiosities and neat homes to see. Took a walking tour with the family and had a great time.

Thank The_Getaway_Couple
Reviewed 22 October 2016 via mobile

We took a walk from College Station to Cabbage Town, passing the shops at Parliament street then Winchester Street and on to Sackville Street. Those Victorian and Queen Anne styles buildings in the quiet Sackville Street are really lovely in the cold, windy and bright...More

Thank HotEarth
Reviewed 7 September 2016

Whenever I have people from out of town visiting, they almost always ask about Cabbagetown. I guess its reputation is well known. It is neat area of Victorian Homes, most which have been lovingly restored. The homes are no where as opulent as those in...More

Thank Jimbo1001
Reviewed 16 August 2016 via mobile

There was a time when Cabbagetown was poor and people grew cabbages in small garden plots. When we lived there we loved exploring the various blocks and weird areas like the Wesdley cottages where you swear you are in the UK. Today the woorld has...More

1  Thank travellingsinclairs
Reviewed 29 July 2016

When we travel to a new city we like to see cool architecture and how people like. Cabbagetown is perfect for that. The houses are charming and well kept. It is funky and whimsical. There are restaurants you can try for lunch and then you...More

Thank LTPratt
At the heart of Toronto, Downtown is the destination
for cheap eats and fast fashion. Cut through by hip
and trendy Yonge Street, the vibe here is young, with
a strong student influence from the Ryerson University
Campus. As a result, the Downtown area is always in
flux: undergoing the construction of new facilities,
with fresh retail spaces and pop-up cafes. Home to
Toronto's largest indoor shopping mall, a number of
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