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Welcome to Cabbagetown!

Nestled between Wellesley St and Shuter St, and bound by Sherbourne St on the West and the Don River on the East, Cabbagetown embodies a unique blend of historic charm and modern vibrancy. Renowned for its picturesque streets adorned with the largest area of preserved Victorian homes in North America, this community exudes an inviting ambiance that beckons exploration.

Beyond its architectural wonders, Cabbagetown thrives with an eclectic mix of businesses that add to its allure. Local shops, cozy cafes, and delectable eateries line the streets, offering a rich tapestry of experiences to residents and visitors alike. The neighborhood’s dynamic atmosphere seamlessly intertwines with its historical roots, creating a distinct character that captivates anyone who wanders its streets.

An annual highlight in Cabbagetown is The Award-Winning Cabbagetown Festival, an event that encapsulates the spirit of this diverse community. The weekend after Labour Day, the Festival invites over 80,000 visitors from across Canada to discover our vibrant community as it is transformed into an interactive fun fair for everyone! Celebrated with zeal, the festival transforms the neighborhood into a bustling hub of arts, music, culinary delights, and cultural showcases. The Cabbagetown Festival emphasizes Cabbagetown’s reputation as a haven for creativity, heritage, and community engagement.