Queen Street West is Toronto's art district, known for its art galleries and designer fashion boutiques, as well as its trendy cafes, restaurants and bars.


Here you can purchase vintage clothing or unique pieces of furniture - modern or antique.


The Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA) is located at 952 Queen Street West,. MOCCA aims to promote artwork that addresses challenging contemporary issues. The museum was founded as the Art Gallery of North York in 1999; it moved to Queen Street in 2005.


Historic documentary-style photographs can be viewed at the Stephen Bulger Gallery, at 1026 Queen Street West.


Every year, a charity event known as the Queen West Art Crawl takes place in Queen Street West. During this weekend long event, visitors can take part in many different art-related activities. They can take a walking tour of the area or purchase works of art at the outdoor art show in Trinity Bellwood's Park. The Parkdale Night Crawl, part of the Queen West Art Crawl, involves live music, dance and performance art.


Queen Street West is close to Chinatown, Kensington Market and the theater district in Toronto.