From enchanting streets to incredible eats. Historical architecture to eclectic boutiques. This is the beauty of Cabbagetown.
Visiting us for the day or have you just become a new resident? Check below to find a Map & Tips On Where To Start followed by a comprehensive list of notable former Cabbagetown People and a Walking Tour of their homes.
Map & Tips On Where To Start:
• Walk our streets to view the largest collection of Victorian era architecture in North America.
TIP: Start with Amelia, Winchester, Carlton or Spruce Streets.
• Visit Riverdale Farm, a working farm in downtown Toronto from a time gone by. HOURS: 9am-5pm, 7 days a week including holidays. FREE ADMISSION. Donations accepted.
Tip: Winchester or Carlton are your most direct routes.
• Shopping with a small town feel. From one of a kind boutiques, locally crafted jewelry to specialty design and antiques. Come and shop local on our main streets, (Parliament and Carlton).
Tip: CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR SHOPPING LISTINGS.
• Tastes from around the globe. From pasta to street food, our long list of award winning restaurants & cafes cater to every craving.
Tip: CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR RESTAURANT LISTINGS.
Our friends at the Cabbagetown Preservation Association and their Cabbagetown People component have compiled this list of former Cabbagetown residents. Take a look below to meet these notable Cabbagetowners and find their homes. To download your own copy, please use the download VIEW PDF button.