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Fun things to do in Toronto during March Break 2024


Activity ideas for March Break 2024 in Toronto

Looking for exhilarating adventures and family-friendly activities during March Break in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA)? Look no further! From captivating cultural experiences to thrilling outdoor escapades, the GTA offers a plethora of options to make your Spring Break truly memorable. Whether you’re exploring iconic landmarks, indulging in delicious culinary delights, or immersing yourself in the vibrant arts scene, there’s something for everyone to enjoy in this dynamic region. Get ready to embark on an unforgettable journey filled with excitement, laughter, and cherished memories in the GTA this Spring Break!

Imagine Dragons (not the band) at historic Casa Loma

Imagine Dragons comes to Casa Loma Toronto

Celebrate March Break with mythical family fun and legendary adventure, and enter a world of fantasy and folklore at a fairy-tale castle in an era of dragons and mythology, as Liberty Entertainment Group presents the return of its best-selling, immersive theatrical experience, Imagine Dragons. Premiering Saturday March 9th and running through Sunday March 17th at Toronto’s iconic Casa Loma, tickets are now on sale at www.casaloma.ca. Casa Loma is open daily from 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM, Imagine Dragon programming runs between 10:00 AM – 3:30 PM (last admission 4:00 PM) and tickets are $45 per person; children under three years are complimentary when accompanied by a ticketed adult.

The Edge Walk

For an adrenaline-fuelled adventure, why not challenge your teenagers aged 13 and older to join you on EdgeWalk, the world’s highest full-circle hands-free walk? Participants must weigh between 35 and 140 kg, and those under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

Bata Shoe Museum

Explore the captivating world of footwear at the Bata Shoe Museum‘s exhibition, OBSESSED: How Shoes Became Objects of Desire. During March Break, indulge in a variety of arts and crafts activities, including creating your own shoebox garden, solving puzzles, and crafting flower keychains. Kids can even personalize a 3D-printed shoe. Don’t miss the exclusive “Shoes of the World” game on Wednesday, March 15, and Friday, March 17, from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m., and learn innovative shoelace tying techniques on March 13, 14, and 18 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.

CN Tower

Experience Toronto from new heights at the CN Tower with their Family Pass, offering timed general admission for two adults and two children aged 13 and under. Celebrate National Engineering Month with hands-on activities like building electrical circuits, crafting paper planes, and navigating marble mazes.

Little Canada

Discover miniature versions of iconic Canadian landmarks at Little Canada, including Little Toronto, Little Niagara, Little Ottawa, and Petit Québec. Explore 45,000 square feet of meticulously crafted miniatures and participate in daily March Break workshops from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., where families can create scenes celebrating Canada’s unique heritage under the guidance of a Little Canada Miniature Maker. Remember to book your spot in advance for this immersive experience.

Toronto Comicon

It’s back. Toronto Comicon‘s inclusive event at the Metro Convention Centre from March 17 to 19. This dynamic pop culture convention caters to enthusiasts of comics, sci-fi, horror, cosplay, anime, and gaming, promising three days brimming with thrilling and family-friendly activities. Kids can engage in interactive sessions with their favorite artists, writers, and voice actors, as well as participate in engaging workshops. Families traveling from outside Toronto can maximize their experience by booking the GO (Transit) x Toronto Comicon Combo Saver Ticket.

Black Creek

Indulge in the spirit of maple season at Black Creek Pioneer Village from March 13 to 16, where you can immerse yourself in tree-tapping workshops, hear captivating tales by a crackling fire, and join in the festive sugar shack celebration.

Sugar Shack TO

Sugar shack maple madness returns 2024

Alternatively, head to Toronto’s Waterfront on March 11 and 12 for the annual Sugar Shack TO event, transforming Sugar Beach into a delightful maple-themed extravaganza.

St. Patrick’s Day

On March 19th enjoy the vibrant St. Patrick’s Day Parade, tracing its route from St. George and Bloor Street West to Nathan Phillips Square along Yonge Street.

Sports Lovers

Sports enthusiasts can catch exciting home games by Toronto FC, Raptors, and Marlies throughout the city during March Break, providing ample entertainment options for the whole family.

Airliner Adventures

For families seeking an adrenaline rush, embark on a helicopter ride over the city with Heli Tours. Kids aged three and above can join in the excitement, with each ride accommodating up to three passengers. Alternatively, unleash their inner aviator at Airliner Adventures, where they can pilot a state-of-the-art flight simulator. With room for up to four participants, including children aged 10 and above, this immersive experience offers a taste of flying high in the skies.

Disney Animation

Immerse yourselves in enchanting worlds at Lighthouse Immersive, where the Disney Animation: Immersive Experience awaits. Let your kids delight in interactive activities while parents relive cherished Disney memories.

Retro Arcade

Indulge in retro gaming at HotelX‘s Pop-up Retro Arcade, where classic arcade games await. For a laid-back evening, head to FreePlay Toronto for unlimited arcade gaming or Twilight Café for board game enthusiasts.

The Drake

Teenagers can immerse themselves in the vibrant culture of Queen Street West with a stay at the Drake Hotel. Explore trendy galleries, cafes, and boutiques in the heart of Toronto’s artistic hub. Delve into the intricacies of Canadian craftsmanship at Little Canada.

As Spring Break draws to a close, it’s time to bid farewell to the days of relaxation and adventure and gear up for the final stretch of the academic year. With minds rejuvenated and spirits uplifted, let’s embrace the challenges ahead with renewed vigor and determination. Whether delving into the intricacies of Shakespearean literature, unraveling the mysteries of algebraic equations, or exploring the wonders of Einstein’s theories, let’s approach each task with enthusiasm and dedication. As we embark on this journey towards academic excellence, let’s keep in mind that summer break is just a few months away, awaiting our well-deserved rest. Let’s make the most of every opportunity, strive for success, and finish the school year strong. Here’s to a productive and fulfilling end to the semester!

by Myles Shane

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