Incoming ships once unloaded their fishy cargo at the terminal, which now hosts a collection of unique boutiques, crafts stalls, food stores, and more. This is a great place to buy gifts, though you won't find any deals. The Museum of Inuit Art sells prints and soap stone sculptures, and Canadian travel-wear company Tilley Endurables makes those familiar wide-brimmed khaki hats. It's an easy walk from Union Station in summer, and a quick streetcar ride in winter. Parking
is expensive, but there are some free spots in the area.