This was once the home of the Gooderham and Worts Distillery, Canada's largest distilling company in the 19th century. The 45-building complex is an outstanding example of industrial design from the Victorian age. In 2003, it was reinvented as the Distillery District, which includes galleries, restaurants, and shops. The district also houses several performing-arts venues, including the Case Goods Theatre and the state-of-the-art Young Centre for the Performing Arts. The Dancemakers, Soulpepper, and Native Earth troupes now perform here.