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St. Lawrence Market was established in 1803 and marked the area between Front, Jarvis, King and Church streets. Later in 1831 a brick building was erected only to be destroyed by the fire from 1849. The current building of St. Lawrence market was built in 1968.

North St. Lawrence Market - Every Saturday is Farmersí market and the freshest produce form Ontario is brought in the North St. Lawrence Market. Shoppers can get fresh seasonal produce starting at 5 am. On Sundays the Antique Market takes over the space.

South St. Lawrence Market - The South St. Lawrence Market was Toronto's first City Hall. Since 1901 the market has been known for the variety of foods, fruits, vegetables, fish, meat and baked goods. It is still functioning today. It is closed only on Sunday and Monday.

St. Lawrence hall was built in 1850 with the purpose to be a public meeting place. It was restored to its previous glory in 1967 by the City of Toronto. It has distinctive architecture with Corinthian columns, and inside the grand staircase will get you to the beautiful Grand hall with gas lit chandelier. It is now a venue for weddings and gatherings and is home to city offices.

Where is St. Lawrence Market: The area between The Esplanade, King St. E., Lower Jarvis, and Market St.

How to get to St. Lawrence Market: Yonge-University-Spadina line to Union Station or King Station. Then walk east 3 blocks along Front Street.

Opening hours:

South Market opening hours:
Tuesday - Thursday from 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Friday from 8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Saturday from 5 a.m. - 5 p.m.

North Market Opening Hours:
Farmers' Market-Saturday from 5 a.m.
The Sunday Antique Market from dawn - 5 p.m.
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South St. Lawrence Market, Toronto

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St. Lawrence Hall, Toronto

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South St. Lawrence Market Toronto





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