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This Toronto Holiday Market Is Like Stepping Into Santa’s Backyard (PHOTOS)

There's a yurt wine bar and a curling rink!
This Toronto Holiday Market Is Like Stepping Into Santa’s Backyard (PHOTOS)

A dazzling holiday paradise is opening in Toronto, and it will whisk you away to the North Pole.

Stackt Market's Holiday Hills is returning from November 17, 2020 to January 3, 2021, and you can indulge in everything Christmas.

The unique shipping container market will be transformed into a festive wonderland, complete with warming huts and twinkling decor.

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You can toast s'mores by crackling firepits and sip spiked hot chocolate in a magical holiday setting.

Toronto's first Yurt Wine Bar, Casa Campo, will be returning, and you and your bubble can reserve a dinner date inside.

Miracle Toronto, a Christmas pop-up bar with themed drinks will also be taking place at the market.

Head to the rink to try your hand at a new sport called Crokicurl, which combines Crokinole and curling.

There will be over 20 shops to explore for all your holiday shopping needs, as well as a Christmas tree farm so you can bring home some cheer.

Holiday programming including workshops and live music will be taking place throughout the season.

COVID protocols such as limited guests per table, mandatory masks, and more are in place.

Holiday Hills At Stackt Market

Price: Free admission

When: November 17, 2020 - January 3, 2021, closed Mondays

Address: 28 Bathurst St., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Indulge in Christmas cheer at this twinking holiday market.

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