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Stushy L wrote a review May 2020
Beautiful, very peaceful, quiet, quaint town Beautiful homes with lovely gardens. Looks like a great place to raise a family.
Date of experience: May 2020
Judy W wrote a review Sep 2019
Toronto, Canada12 contributions7 helpful votes
I visited the main street of Kleinburg with a guest from out of town over the Labour Day weekend. We had two objectives; have a nice lunch and see an art gallery. There were many closed shops. We left without fulfilling either objective. What has happened to Kleinburg?
Date of experience: September 2019
1 Helpful vote
Malgorzata wrote a review Aug 2019
7,811 contributions390 helpful votes
A quaint Canadian town nestled between the two branches of the Humber River. Kleinburg Village is an ideal day trip destination or a weekend getaway from Toronto’s bustling vibes. Founded in 1848 by the German–Canadian settler . Only 40 kilometers (25 miles) from Toronto. Kleinburg possesses many charming and exciting attractions including one of the most pleasant main streets in the Greater Toronto Area with quaint stores, restaurants, and outdoor areas. The picturesque homes and restaurants, boutique stores , stunning art galleries, and surrounding forested landscape all make this small town the perfect place to spend a quality day trip with friends and family. Humber River Trails is a great place to hike, bike, picnic, and just relax.The McMichael Art Gallery is one of Canada’s best art collections , especially Canadian artists. The beautiful building surrounded by wood and acres of greenery makes for a peaceful and reflective day. Kleinburg was also the home of former prime minister Lester B. Pearson.…
Date of experience: October 2018
2 Helpful votes
redwingschica wrote a review Jul 2019
Toronto, Canada100 contributions43 helpful votes
Many great restaurants to enjoy a meal, Bindertwine to hike/walk, nice boutiques for shopping etc. Great gelato at Cafe al Volo! Cute RBC branch. Fave lunch spot- Belsito, Fave Dinner I simply cannot choose... Avenue or Chophouse XXI.
Date of experience: July 2019
2 Helpful votes
Saucysavory wrote a review May 2019
Brampton, Canada1,176 contributions112 helpful votes
Quaint little spot close to McMichael Art Gallery. So it makes a fine outing to take in both the gallery and then shop and dine. Many fine restaurants from which to choose. Busy area and parking might be a bit of a challenge but we always managed.
Date of experience: April 2019