20 Toronto March Break Destinations

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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.

  1. Cirque Eloize Cirkopolis features circus arts, theatre and dance at the Sony Centre until March 18th.
  1. Half-day Maker Camps to get the young ones into electronics, 3D printing, laser cutting, woodworking, and robotics at the Toronto Tool Library.
  1. 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.
  1. 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.
  1. Laugh with the kiddos at Second City’s kid-friendly presentation of the Big Bad Wolf vs. Lord Underwear Von Schtinter.
  1. This week only the children’s classic Pinocchio takes the stage at the National Ballet of Canada.
  1. 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.
  1. Get exploring Sherlock Holmes-style at Black Creek Pioneer Village. (Kids free with paying adult.)
  1. Art (of course), circus and family yoga at the Art Gallery of Ontario.
  1. Little ninjas can climb, swing and slide at Ninjaz Canada. What you can expect there.
  1. More maker magic with minecraft, coding and robotics day camps during MakerKids and SteamLabs.
  1. New exhibition Biomechanics and a brand new IMAX film at the Ontario Science Centre.
  1. Daily jumping from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at Toronto Skyzone. (Book in advance online to ensure your spot.)
  1. Theatre! Weekend matinee performances of Mary Poppins at the Lower Ossington Theatre.
  1. Inside biking at Joyride 150 open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
  1. Extended hours at the Toronto Zoo.
  1. The Centennial Exhibit opens at the Hockey Hall of Fame with Wayne Gretzky’s stick, Sidney Crosby’s gloves.
  1. Walk the runway at the Bata Shoe Museum.
  1. This weekend only an immense shadow puppet play Features of Fire at the Toronto Centre of the Arts.
  1. Drop by for these March Break Family Adventures at Toronto Historic Sites.

 

 

 

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