Strolling around a holiday market is one of our favourite activities at this time of year. The cozy ambience, the festive treats, the chance to meet and chat with vendors—it’s always a delightful way to shop. These 10 holiday markets in Toronto are go-to spots to shop from local artisans selling handcrafted, one-of-a-kind items.

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One of a Kind Winter Show

The delightfully expansive One of a Kind Show is a haven for creativity and cozy holiday vibes. More than 650 makers, artisans, and designers from across the country will display their artistic creations for you to take in. Choose a gift crafted with care!

When: November 23-December 3

Where: Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place


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Toronto Botanical Garden: Holiday Market

Step into the cozy indoor oasis of the Toronto Botanical Garden and shop from 100+ planet-friendly vendors selling cosmetics, accessories, holiday home décor and more nature-based gifts.

When: November 24-26, December 15-17

Where: Toronto Botanical Garden


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Holiday Fair in the Square

Along with a dazzling artisan market featuring 65+ vendors, the magical festivities at the Holiday Fair in the Square are sure to bring you some festive cheer. Shop for one-of-a-kind creations before enjoying the Polar Point bar, photo ops and plenty of free entertainment.

When: December 1-23

Where: Mel Lastman Square


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Inspirations Studio Holiday Market 

Inspirations Studio is a low-barrier ceramics program for marginalized women and gender-diverse people. Sip on apple cider and browse pottery and handcrafted creations from more 30 makers at their holiday sale.

When: December 2-3

Where: Inspirations Studio, 389 Church St.


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Toronto Art Crawl: Christmas Pop Up

80+ talented Toronto artists will gather at the 9th annual Christmas pop up from Toronto Art Crawl. You’ll find an impressive selection of art, photography, sculptures, jewellery, fashion, home decor, skin care and more one-of-a-kind items for anyone on your list.

When: December 3

Where: The Great Hall


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One & Only Artist Market

Support emerging local QTBIPOC artists and creators at the SKETCH One & Only Artist Market. Shop for unique and handmade pieces, including jewelry, ceramics, upcycled apparel, zines, stickers and much more. 

When: December 9-10

Where: SKETCH Studios


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Toronto Made Market: Holiday Show

Boasting more than 70 Toronto vendors, the Toronto Made Market is the perfect spot to find a gift from close to home. Choose from a curated selection of handmade goods, gourmet treats, or unique decor, and support Toronto makers this holiday season.

When: December 10

Where: Daniels Spectrum

A Holiday Mercadito

Local Latin artists will showcase their creativity at this lively indoor holiday market! With a range of art, stationery, home goods, ceramics, clothing, jewelry, accessories, candles, tattoos,  and more, you’re sure to find a special item you’ll cherish. 

When: December 16

Where: CSI Annex Lounge


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The Welcome Market: Tis the Szn

The vibes are always immaculate at The Welcome Market, and their holiday markets are back for the next five weekends! Shop for vintage clothing and handmade gifts from 30+ local BIPOC, woman and queer-owned businesses.

When: November 25-26, December 2-3, December 9-10, December 16-17, December 22-23

Where: 938 Queen Street West


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Stackt Market Holiday Hills

Stackt Market is always buzzing with festive activities this time of year. Their annual Holiday Hills celebration features a ton of artisan markets,  including a showcase of women-owned businesses, Sip+Shop Wednesdays, curated holiday shopping pop-ups and more.

When: On now until December 31

Where: Stackt Market