Top March Break Events in Toronto!

Wednesday Apr 26th, 2017


Not everyone can get away for March Break. Check out these cool and fun activities in Toronto and the GTA that will make you and your child jump for joy and chase away those winter blues.


The Toronto Zoo


The Toronto Zoo is Canada's premier zoo known for its interactive education and conservation activities. Want an easy way to turn your child’s frown into a smile? Visit the Toronto Zoo’s adorable baby polar bear cub and giant pandas Er Shun and Da Mao. You can also get a temporary tattoo of the polar bear at the activity centre. Click here for a list of events.


The Royal Ontario Museum aka ROM

The Royal Ontario Museum or ROM has been bringing history and culture to Toronto since first opening its door in 1914. With traveling exhibitions and new pieces unveiled regularly, there is always something new to see during your visit to the ROM.  Click here for a list of events.


Ontario Science Centre

Family-friendly and completely interactive. The Ontario Science Centre offers an educational experience for families who like to learn and explore. Click here for a list of events.


Hockey Hall of Fame


The Hockey Hall of Fame is located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Dedicated to the history of ice hockey, it is both a museum and a hall of fame. A tribute to the Olympic Winter Games, covering both men's and women's competitions.  Click here for a list of events.


Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada

Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada is the newest and most anticipated attraction in the heart of downtown Toronto, next to the CN Tower.As Canada’s largest indoor aquarium, they welcome you to the Waters of the World! Click here for a list of events.


Sugar Bush Maple Syrup Festival

The Maple Syrup Festival at Kortright Centre for Conservation & Bruces’ Mill Conservation Area features demonstrations, wagon rides, kids entertainment, family-friendly crafts, maple syrup samples and pancake breakfast. Click here for a list of events.


City of Toronto Programs

The City of Toronto is hosting free and low-cost programs for children and families at its recreation centres, parks facilities and museums. Click here for a list of events.


Wizard World Fun Park

The indoor fun park is back in town for March Break, and features arts and crafts, rides, concessions, and other activities for kids, including a special area geared to children under five. Click here for a list of events.


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