Old Town Toronto is comprised of six neighbourhoods; the St. Lawrence Market Neighbourhood, Corktown, Historic Queen East, Town of York, Distillery District and the King East Design District.
St. Lawrence Market Neighbourhood Located between Yonge and Parliament Streets and Lakeshore Blvd and Queen Street, the St. Lawrence Market Neighbourhood is the largest in Old Town Toronto. Home to the famous St. Lawrence Market Complex , this neighbourhood features historic architecture, exciting theatre, quaint shops, charming restaurants, the Hockey Hall of Fame, a sculpture and Victorian garden and unique landmarks. Explore Toronto's first City Hall and police station, marvel at the architecture of the Flatiron Building, St. James Cathedral and St. Lawrence Hall or enjoy live theatre and music at the Sony Centre for the Arts or St. Lawrence Centre for the Performing Arts. The St. Lawrence Market Neighbourhood also hosts a number of large outdoor festivals, two marathons and a bicycle race during the spring and summer months. For more information about the St. Lawrence Market, visit www.stlawrencemarket.com.