This weekend, why not celebrate the end of summer by appreciating the plant life at one of Toronto’s many public gardens and parks? You’ll find flora and fauna that have been cultivated into things of beauty at the following green spaces.
Guys, quit stereotyping The Dad! Whether your pops is a good ol’ fashioned outdoorsman, a culture-craving art aficionado, a high-expectations foodie, or the ultimate sportsfan, Toronto has a Father’s Day activity that the man of the hour will love. Plan a fun day yourself or hop on the wagon of one of these father-honouring Sunday events in the city.
Okay weather gods, we get it. We’re Toronto, and we should expect extreme climates all year round, from record-breaking sub-zero Februaries to perpetually soppy Junes. Luckily, to combat the fun-sucking climate, Toronto has supplied a myriad of the indoor, the enclosed, and the sheltered for locavores to get fed, get romantic, and get cultured, even on a chilly day. [Feature Image: Allan Gardens Conservatory]
The Doors Open festival returns to Toronto on May 23-24, 2015. Now in its 16th year, the free citywide event invites locals and visitors to take a sneak peak inside more than 150 architecturally, culturally and socially significant buildings. Grab your walking shoes and get ready to explore Toronto’s hidden history at these hotspots across the downtown.
For most Torontonians, swimming during the winter season seems like a crazy idea, but with a large selection of indoor pools throughout the city, you can swim all year round. So don't wait for summer to show off your killer breast stroke; take the plunge at one of these indoor pools today.
Canada loves bowling, and the Toronto area is no exception. It's a fun pastime that the whole family can enjoy – and you burn 240 calories per hour while playing! Whether you're looking for five-pin (invented in Toronto in 1909) or 10-pin, you’ll have a good ol’ time at these slick lanes in the GTA. [Image credit:]
When you've overscheduled yourself, your world has gone crazy and you just need some time to breathe and take stock, there's nothing better than sitting in a darkened theatre and kicking back to watch a flick. Thankfully, the city of TIFF, Hot Docs, Toronto After Dark, and countless other film festivals, has some of the greatest movie theatres in the country to help you waste away in an afternoon matinée.
The 4th annual Toronto Tea Festival is coming up this weekend at the Toronto Reference Library. Whether you’re an aficionado who wants to learn more about authentic tea ceremonies or a new convert looking for ways to get your caffeine buzz on, this event is all about tea leaf love. Check out these vendors from across the GTA who will have their blissful brews on offer.
There's so much to do and see in Toronto that the list could be endless. But, like the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame de Paris, and the Statue of Liberty and Central Park in NYC, there are a few attractions in Toronto that every tourist should visit. If you don't know them already, here's a checklist of the top attractions in the six for you to explore.
One thing’s for sure: Torontonians love their dogs. With an array of leash-free parks and the dog-friendly TTC, us urbanites can explore the entire city with our four-legged companions. But if you want to do more than just walk, we know where you can go. Here are some of the best dog-friendly activities in the city. [Image credit:]
Three words: Pick. Your. Own. Whether you’re looking to come home with a bag of freshly plucked Ontario apples or frolic about the pumpkin patch with your pals, these Ontario farms are ready with all the essential autumnal activities. These close-to-the-city spots offer everything from a quintessential fall wagon ride through the field, to estate wineries, to weekend farmers markets. [Image credit:]
There are just some things you can’t learn in a traditional school classroom. Whether your little ones want to learn how to paint, pirouette or put together a robot, there are plenty of spots in Toronto offering educational workshops designed to help kids and teens develop new skills.
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