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Enjoy fun through the seasons at the all-weather urban park where ice skating and summer-time water features offer family fun, wander the airy galleries of modern shopping malls, or stroll the picturesque sidewalks on Main Street, stopping at homely cafés, boutique fashion stores, and cycle hire shops as you discover the delights of Newmarket’s historic streets. With winding rivers, cycling trails, a thriving business district, and a plethora of recreation areas to enjoy, this quaint Toronto suburb epitomizes the phrase ‘work, rest, and play.’

Things to see

In the heart of Newmarket, along a sleepy main road with mature trees and well-kept sidewalk gardens, the Elman W. Campbell Museum sits in a small, detached red brick building that was once the town’s important registry office. Inside, you’ll find artifacts that tell that tale of the Newmarket’s earliest days, with some fascinating exhibitions of 19th century tools and furniture. The Newmarket Theatre on Pickering Crescent is a modern build, and boasts a year round performer list of some top name Canadian acts, from comedians to musicians. The Newmarket Riverwalk Commons is a revitalized community center at the heart of the town that fills on weekends with colorful market stalls and local activities. In the summer, it delights with a bold water feature that attracts children to play among its fountains and jets. In wintertime, it becomes a frozen ice rink, sparkling with the light from festive decorations. The multi-level Upper Canada Mall is a haven for shoppers, with two levels filled with the enticing windows of popular brand name stores, big department shops, and independent boutiques.

Hotels in Newmarket

The comfortable, country-town feel of Newmarket shines through in its hospitality, and tucked away in its quiet streets are a variety of places to stay, all ready to make you feel welcome. This isn’t a glamorous big city, so you won’t find many luxury hotels in Newmarket. What you will find are welcoming, budget-friendly inns and suites, with a choice of catered or self-catering rooms. Most hotels in Newmarket have a contemporary feel, although you can find some less expensive discount hotels where the furniture is basic but still comfortable. You will often have the opportunity to enjoy a complimentary breakfast, and most places to stay are within reach of the modern Upper Canada Mall.

Where to stay

Newmarket isn’t very large, a picturesque commuter town for the bustling metropolis of Toronto in the south, and most hotels in Newmarket are located close to its historic downtown area. The main streets of Newmarket are lined with shops, ethnic restaurants, and pretty boutiques. Flowers bloom in hanging baskets suspended from wrought-iron lampposts, and the aroma of freshly baked pastries oozes from open café doorways. Just outside the celebrated town center, quiet residential estates fill the outlying suburbs, and commercial districts boast multi-level shopping malls with acres of parking.

How to get to Newmarket

Newmarket is one of those central locations it’s actually very easy to get to, and if you’re traveling in by plane, the Toronto Pearson International Airport is one of four international arrivals terminals within driving distance. The town sits on Highway 400, and Highway 404, both major routes, and onward travel to Newmarket is easy by car or public transport. The York Region Rapid Transport System runs a bus service into, and around Newmarket.