If go means go hard, then Toronto will definitely not disappoint. Here is a list of some of the biggest March Break destinations this city has to offer.
PS – if low speed and low cost are a top priority, add some of these Cheap and Simple (read: FREE) events in your March Break schedule.
- Cirque Eloize Cirkopolis features circus arts, theatre and dance at the Sony Centre until March 18th.
- Half-day Maker Camps to get the young ones into electronics, 3D printing, laser cutting, woodworking, and robotics at the Toronto Tool Library.
- TIFF’s digiPlaySpace is always a March Break highlight. This year has 23 games, installations and activities for kids as young as 3 and as old as you and me.
- An amazing cast and fabulous costumes and set design of James and the Giant Peach will wow your little ones in TOw at the Young Peoples Theatre.
- Laugh with the kiddos at Second City’s kid-friendly presentation of the Big Bad Wolf vs. Lord Underwear Von Schtinter.
- This week only the children’s classic Pinocchio takes the stage at the National Ballet of Canada.
- The new Out of the Depths: The Blue Whale Story opens just in time for March Break at the ROM. The massive 80-foot blue whale will blow your mind, plus tons of extra family-friendly programming all week long.
- Get exploring Sherlock Holmes-style at Black Creek Pioneer Village. (Kids free with paying adult.)
- Art (of course), circus and family yoga at the Art Gallery of Ontario.
- New exhibition Biomechanics and a brand new IMAX film at the Ontario Science Centre.
- Daily jumping from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at Toronto Skyzone. (Book in advance online to ensure your spot.)
- Theatre! Weekend matinee performances of Mary Poppins at the Lower Ossington Theatre.
- Inside biking at Joyride 150 open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
- Extended hours at the Toronto Zoo.
- The Centennial Exhibit opens at the Hockey Hall of Fame with Wayne Gretzky’s stick, Sidney Crosby’s gloves.
- Walk the runway at the Bata Shoe Museum.
- This weekend only an immense shadow puppet play Features of Fire at the Toronto Centre of the Arts.
- Drop by for these March Break Family Adventures at Toronto Historic Sites.