Hanging out with your kids in Toronto this March Break? We know that finding the right family activities can be quite stressful on you, and your wallet. That’s why we’ve put together a list of some of the best (and most fun!) activities in Toronto this March Break that won’t break the bank.
Take a trip to Toronto’s Art Galleries and Museums
The good news is, you have a couple options with this one. The AGO is hosting March Break Drop-In Family Fun from March 14–22 from 10am to 4pm. The ROM is putting on March Break at the ROM programs from March 14–22 from 11am to 4pm. And last but not least, the Bata Shoe Museum has drop-in activities from March 14–22 between 10am and 4pm that will include an obstacle course, carnival games, and more. The choice is yours!
Visit the Toronto Public Library
Where better to bring your kids when they’re off school than to the public library? The Toronto Public Library has planned more than 100 March Break Programs for kids and teens – and the best part is, they’re completely free. While your kids have fun with their planned programs, you can sit back, relax and enjoy some one-on-one time with a book. This is seriously a win-win situation.
Make your way to the Sugar Shack Event
The annual Sugar Shack event is back, and this year, it’s sweeter than ever. Head on over to Sugar Beach during March Break (March 11 and 12 specifically), and get your sweet tooth ready for a weekend filled with two Sugar Shacks, ice activities, a winter marketplace, a specialty bar, live entertainment, and best of all, free admission!. You might have just as much fun as your kids.
Plan a day at Evergreen Brick Works
Take your family to one of the most scenic places in the city, Evergreen Brickworks, where you can enjoy a nice brisk nature walk while your kids enjoy some (free!) drop-in activities. They include papier-mâché boat building, painting, scavenger hunts, hands-on nature activities, and a skate on the outdoor rink. You will not be disappointed with this one.
Hit the Ski Slopes and Trails
In need of a ski day? This March break in Toronto, the city is providing free/low-cost cross-country ski days – which is music to our ears. Also, downhill skiing and snowboarding is available at city-run Earl Bales Park. This March Break is a great time to get one of your last ski runs in before the spring hits!
No matter what you end up doing this March Break, we would like to wish you and your family a safe and happy week off of school! If you would like to learn more about Medallion, please visit our website at http://medallioncorp.com/site/.