Friday, 7 March 2014

March Break in Toronto

We're staying home this March Break for the first time in years. I'm not going to lie, I feel a little weepy about it. Our annual spring break family vacay to Walt Disney World has become one of our most cherished family traditions and it's half killing me that we aren't going this year - well, this winter. Hopefully we can sneak away for a week in the summer.

It's still March Break, though, and the kids will still be home from school for a week, so we'll do our best to make it memorable. And there is definitely no shortage of fun things to do this March Break in and around Toronto!


Toronto Zoo
The Zoo is open for extended hours all March Break for families to enjoy a full day of animal fun. Meet the new baby polar bear cub and the giant pandas and enjoy special March Break Activity Centre programming, prizes and activities from Parks Canada.

The Zoo is always our family's favourite field trip! March 8-16, 2014.



CN Tower
The CN Tower is open all week with special March Break crafts, games and activities each day included with the regular experiences - the world's #1 elevator ride, the indoor and outdoor observation levels, the Glass Floor, the Sky Terrace, the Sky Pod, the ride and the 3D movie. March 8-16, 2014.



Art Gallery of Ontario
The AGO welcomes March Break with family-friendly tours, kid-friendly movies, fun family yoga, the Imagination Playground building area, the Hot Wheels Track Builder Challenge, a Kids Gallery exhibition and drop-in hands-on creative playtime for little ones. March 8-16, 2014.


Ontario Science CentreOntario Science Centre
The Science Centre has extra programming for March Break including special exhibitions and demos, hands-on activities, IMAX movies and performances by the Famous PEOPLE Players.
March 8-16, 2014.


Black Creek Pioneer Village
Black Creek Pioneer Village is opening specially for March Break with a Sherlock Holmes mystery activity for kids - attending Detective School, building disguises, solving secret codes, searching for clues, solving puzzles around the Village and a horse-drawn wagon ride! March 8-16, 2014.


Aquarium of Canada

Ripley's Aquarium of Canada
visit the ripleys aquarium of canadaRipley's Aquarium offer amazing galleries featuring millions of aquatic creatures, interactive shows and exhibits, underwater tunnels, "touch tanks" and "touch pools" for immersive, hands-on fishy fun.







Toronto Comicon
Show off your best costumes and cosplay, meet your favourite celebrities, artists and writers, and enjoy photo ops, panels and workshops. March 7-9, 2014 at Metro Toronto Convention Centre.




Wizard World
The Better Living Centre turns into an indoor fun park with mechanical and inflatable rides, a tots area for younger ones, arts and crafts, elephant rides, animal shows and magic shows. Fun for the whole family! March 9-16, 2014.




Disney on Ice Presents Let's Party
Favourite characters from sixteen different Disney stories take to the ice at Rogers Centre to celebrate a medley of holidays, celebrations and festivities from around the world. March 12-16, 2014.



Living Arts Centre
The Living Arts Centre will host kid-friendly theatre performances throughout the week, including The Backyardigans: Sea Deep in Advventure. Children's performances March 11, 12 & 16, 2014.



Rio

Bell Free Weekend: Family Screenings & Activities
Family-friendly film screenings and kids' crafts and activities free all weekend at TIFF Bell Lightbox courtesy of Bell. March 15-16, 2014.






Legoland® Discovery CentreLegoland Discovery Centre
A fun family destination with over 3 million Lego bricks and Toronto's iconic attractions created out of Lego in MiniLand, rides, a 4D cinema, Master Model Builder workshops and minifigure trading. Open for extended hours for March Break.



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2 comments:

  1. Great ideas! I can't wait to hear what you and your family did for the break. Not to sound too stalkerish, but you haven't been posting as regularly recently. I hope everything's all right. I'm a faithful reader and fan!

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    1. Lol - I'm sure you're not a stalker. We've had a crazy busy super fun March Break - I'll post all about it next week! SorryI haven't been posting as often lately - I've been a little down-in-the-dumps & not feeling like blogging after a little disappointment a couple of weeks ago but I'm back now!

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