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.
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