Holiday Events Happening in the City
The holiday season is here, and Panda Condos is located in the heart of the city, allowing you to experience every festive event taking place in downtown Toronto.
Toronto Christmas Market
Nov. 16- Dec. 23, 2017
Photo courtesy of Toronto Christmas Market
The Toronto Christmas Market is a tradition looked forward to each year by Torontonians. Located in the Distillery District, the market is picturesque, with twinkling lights strung up above and a beautifully decorated Christmas tree in the center square. You can shop for unique gifts and try delicious holiday treats from the wide range of vendors and artisans.
Holiday Fair in Nathan Phillips Square
Dec. 1-31, 2017
Photo courtesy of Fair in the Square
Only a short walk from Panda Condos, the Holiday Fair in Nathan Phillips Square is a combination of a charming Christmas market and fun filled winter carnival. You can shop around and explore the different vendors, while the kids skate and enjoy the different carnival rides.
Canada’s Biggest Christmas Tree
Photo courtesy of BlogTO
Home to Canada’s biggest Christmas tree, Toronto’s Eaton Centre is a place every Torontonian visits during the holidays. Enjoy the view of the beautifully decorated holiday tree, while you check some names off your holiday shopping list. With over 230 stores to choose from, you can get every loved one exactly what they’ve been wishing for.
Holiday Window Displays
Photo courtesy of Toronto Star
Simply walking the streets of downtown will get you in the holiday spirit, with beautiful window displays at every corner. Hudson’s Bay and Saks Fifth Avenue at Yonge and Queen are known for their stunning and extravagant displays, this year their theme is snow globes. Full of vibrant colours and lights, they bring holiday spirit to the city.
Natrel Skating Rink
Photo courtesy of Harbourfront Centre
The Natrel Rink is the perfect way to spend some time with loved ones during the holidays. Skate by the water with a beautiful view of the city and Lake Ontario. Take a break to sip on hot chocolate or even have some dinner at the rink-side restaurant, Boxcar Social.