The British Empire no longer exist but the largest Distillery in the British Empire still does
Established in 1832 by Englishmen Gooderham &
Worts as a gristmill they added as a sideline the making of whiskey. Soon the tail was wagging the dog and the Distilling
business became their main business. It grew over the years into the largest Distillery in the British Empire. In 2001 and
the remaining 44 buildings were converted into a pedestrian only mall featuring restaurants, galleries, artists in residence
and stores. During your tour you will hear of the history of people and buildings that went into the making of whiskey. You'll
hear how whiskey was made and relate it to the buildings on site. Tour begins at the at the main gate at 55 Mill Street (Corner
of Trinity and Mill Street). Tours are at 1 pm. Tour last two hour and the cost in $25.
information and/or reservations can be made by calling 416-367-0380 or email email@example.com. Reservation should
be made as soon as possible since it is on a first come first serve bases. On the day of the tour reservations can
be made right up to the tour's start provided you have talked to a live operator to confirm the tour.
Genova Tours (Toronto Distillery Walking
Tours) 230 Rose Park Drive Toronto, Canada, M4T1R5