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Check out Kensington on the last Sunday of each summer month, when the streets are shut down to car traffic and there are open-air concerts and art displays. These Pedestrian Sundays are definitely the most lively and interesting day of the week.
Kensington Ave, Toronto, ON, Canada
Kensington Market is one of Toronto's most diverse neighbourhoods. It is designated as a national historic site in the city and is best to explore by foot or bike. The Market itself has a variety of goods and is home to a happening art scene. In the 1960s and 70s, it became Toronto's home for counter-cultural thinking and a meeting point for eco-politics. Visitors to Kensington can relax and let the neighbourhood move them along — through the bakeries, butchers, bulk vendors, cafes and vintage clothing shops that line every square inch of storefront space.