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Discover the perfect souvenir or gift in an Ontario antique market, studio or collectables shop.
Visit Ottawa Street, a burgeoning antique district in Hamilton or stop at the aptly named, Dead People's Stuff in Bloomfield for all kinds of weird and wonderful things. For hipster chic, head to Toronto's Queen Street West. Find great gifts in the many boutiques and craft shops in Ottawa’s ByWard Market or discover the unusual in Wunderkammer, Ottawa’s new curiosity shop. Check out the Canada Trading Company on Clifton Hill in Niagara Falls for souvenirs and collectables.
Find fantastic treasures in the gift shops of most museums and galleries. Pick up great souvenirs, park mementos and gift certificates for the nature lovers on your list at Ontario Parks offices. From stuffed beavers to ball caps pick up uniquely Ontario merchandise at one of the eleven travel information centres across the province.
Go treasure hunting in the Forum Galleries and Antiques in Niagara-on-the-Lake, the Aberfoyle Antique Market, the Ottawa Antique Market, the Waterford Market in Norfolk County, or at Woodstock’s One-of-a-Kind Antique Mall.
Find hand-made crafts and vintage or heirloom items at Southworks Antiques, Canada's largest antique mall in Cambridge or spend a day browsing at Roadshow's 400 Antiques Mall, just north of Toronto on Highway 400.
Wander through Thunder Bay's Ahnisnabae Art Gallery, or pick up mocassins, pottery, and soapstone carvings at Agawa Indian Crafts in Pancake Bay along Lake Superior's coast, or gorgeous hand carved items at The Canadian Carver. The Bay of Spirits Gallery in Toronto offers a wide array of Indigenous art.