The City of Toronto is a hive of activity this festive season! Lights adorn populated areas as far as the eye can see – ‘tis the season to be merry and Santa’s magic is everywhere. It’s glitter-filled attractions and sparkles all around as the holiday season kicks into high gear. Festive treats and beautiful Christmas trees pepper the scene, making for a truly merry time for one and all.
Santa Claus brings his fabulous reindeer and magno animo to light up the cityscape across Toronto. One look at Toronto Zoo’s Holiday Drive-Thru says it all – this is magic land and it’s a fantasma of multicolored lights for all to behold. Santa may not be too far away from the North Pole, but he’s conjured up a ritzy little village – fashioned from the same magic he enjoys up in the coldest reaches of the planet.
In the spirit of Xmas, folks near and far are encouraged to bring food items to the Zoo for the indigent communities who so desperately need them. One glimpse at Toronto’s ‘Holiday Nights of Lights’ is all you need to experience the best of what Santa has to offer. A million lights – beautiful in their multicolored luminescence are a gorgeous reminder of the spirit of Xmas. Thematic melodies are a fitting tribute to this glorious time of year. It’s Christmas in Toronto, and that’s how Santa rolls!
Too Cold to Venture Out and Enjoy Xmas Themed Fun?
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We checked Santa’s Xmas thermometer, and it looks pretty chilly over the next two weeks. Would you believe that the temperature will remain in the 27 F – 37 F range through Christmas? While it’s true that the coldest ever temperature in Toronto was recorded in January 1981, when the mercury plummeted to -24.3F, these temps are like a balmy day in Florida! Jokes aside, it’s going to get plenty chilly outdoors in Toronto this year, so bundle up and stay warm. What’s that you say? You want to go outside and experience Christmas with friends, family, and loved ones? Well come along then, we’ve got Bluff’s Winter Wonderland – that an escapade of Christmas lights as far as the eye can see. It’s located right at the foothills of Scarborough Bluffs – a beautiful locale.
Stop by Toronto Pearson International Airport – You May See St Nicholas!
You may have to brave the cold weather to enjoy Toronto Pearson International Airport’s ‘Polar’ – the name says it all. This magnificent drive-thru experience features an incredible 6
Christmas season-style tiers for patrons to enjoy. An experience you will never ever forget! That’s a tip from Santa. There is so much for you to enjoy in Toronto, whether by foot, by car, or by sleigh. The holiday season decor and mystical, magical lights all around make for a captivating display of fun. And when it comes time to shop for Christmas treats and fanciful deserts, Toronto has its fair share of local favorites, online and at land-based stores. Make your play for an epic holiday this Xmas with all that Toronto has to offer!