A Perfect Day Tour in Toronto — Meetrip
Here’s innovative plan for a day trip from Toronto: head to Kitchener-Waterloo
Whether you’re in the mood to be active, looking to add a little culture to your life — or simply up for some all-out family fun, you’ll soon discover that Kitchener has plenty to see and do year-round.
Filling a country block within our downtown core — with food and wares representing the great diversity and cultural richness of our city — the year-round market hosts thousands of visitors each week — people who want to shop, browse, and meet their neighbours and friends.
For more than 130 years, meat, fowl, vegetables, fruits, dairy products, herbs, roots, fish, cheese and flowers have flowed into our market building in anticipation of the thrifty and gourmet alike.
Market vendors delight in offering unsurpassed variety, quality and freshness to their many customers, some who are fourth and fifth generation market shoppers; while local artisans share their talents — and provide wonderful gift ideas for any occasion.
Start your morning with a fresh experience at St. Jacob’s market, home to Canada’s largest year around Farmers Market and the charming Village of St Jacobs. The area is also home to approximately 4,000 Old Order Mennonites whose farms dot the surrounding countryside, lending a pastoral tranquillity to the area much as they have for generations. Come to rejuvenate and relax; come to discover and explore.
Located west of Toronto and within an hour and a half of Niagara Falls in beautiful Waterloo Region, St. Jacobs is “out of the ordinary — not out of the way.
Market will open on Thursday and Saturdays from 7 am to 3 pm.
The Mennonite Story” is a must see in the Village of St. Jacobs, for those who are interested in learning about Mennonite people. Take a self-guided journey through the multi-media interpretive centre beginning with a 13 minute DVD presentation entitled, The Old Order. Then browse through an extensive exhibit of informative photos, artefacts and displays that describe the history, culture and religion of the Mennonites — in our area and around the world.
CANADIAN CLAY & GLASS GALLERY
The Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery fosters interaction among artworks, artists and community.
The CCGG is recognized nationally for its critically acclaimed exhibitions, lectures, conferences, classes, workshops, tours, and specialized library, archive, and research centre. It is home to an extensive and ever expanding collection of historical and contemporary Canadian ceramic, glass and enamel art which conserves and promotes a rich and active component of our Canadian cultural heritage.
A highly desired destination for local citizens and tourists annually, the Gallery’s impressive exterior and inviting interior welcomes the young and old to its constantly changing exhibitions of high quality local, national and international artists; its daily demonstrations of artists at work; and its bustling education gallery offering a vast array of classes and workshops, and tours.
If you want a great lunch go to nearby Taco farm an interpretation of Canada’s Mexico, a combination of one of the world’s great cuisines connection to the land around us. Taco Farm cook without borders or rules.
Next interesting place to visit in waterloo region museum it’s the largest community museum in Ontario, it explains the story of Waterloo region, Museum is open daily and entrance it’s the entrance to Doon Heritage village.
After a great tour in Ontario you would like to have a perfect dinner in Kitchener waterloo area with a four star dining room at Langdon hall, the restaurant that situated in 200 acers of land restaurant serves different variety of local and international cuisines.