Attractions & things to do for the kids in your life

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AGE GROUP: All Ages

This section presents things to do and entertainment options for kids & family in and around Toronto. These activities are suitable for the age group: All Ages

About provincial parks
(2 - 16 years old)
Allan Gardens Conservatory
Toronto (2 - 16 years old)
Bloor-Yorkville Icefest in Toronto
Toronto (2 - 16 years old)
Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory
Cambridge (2 - 16 years old)
Centre Island
Toronto (2 - 16 years old)
Centre Island Beach
Toronto Islands (2 - 16 years old)
CNE (Canadian National Exhibition)
Toronto (2 - 16 years old)
Colonel Sam Smith Skating Trail
Etobicoke (2 - 16 years old)
Corktown Common
Toronto (2 - 16 years old)
DeClute Light Up the Beach
Toronto (2 - 16 years old)
Downsview Park Christmas Lights
North York (2 - 16 years old)
Dufferin Grove Rink
Toronto (2 - 16 years old)
Evergreen Brickworks Skating Rink
Toronto (2 - 16 years old)
Frenchman's Bay West Park
Pickering (2 - 16 years old)
Gibraltar Beach in Toronto Islands
Toronto Islands (2 - 16 years old)
Greenwood Rink
Toronto (2 - 16 years old)
Hanlan’s Point Beach
Toronto Islands (2 - 16 years old)
Harvest Moon Bakery and Gardens
Lion's Head (2 - 16 years old)
Hudson's Bay Christmas windows
Toronto (2 - 16 years old)
Jack Darling Park
Mississauga (2 - 16 years old)
Joel Weeks Park
Toronto (2 - 16 years old)
Kelso Conservation Area
Milton (2 - 16 years old)
Labyrinth in High Park
Toronto (2 - 16 years old)
Markham Museum
(2 - 16 years old)
Natrel Rink at Harbourfront Centre
Toronto (2 - 16 years old)
Pumpkin Parade in Sorauren Park
Toronto (2 - 16 years old)
Regent Park
Toronto (2 - 16 years old)
Reptilia
Vaughan (2 - 16 years old)
Ripley's Aquarium of Canada
Toronto (2 - 16 years old)
Santa at Square One
Mississauga (2 - 16 years old)
Sherbourne Common Rink
Toronto (2 - 16 years old)
Underpass Park in Corktown
Toronto (2 - 16 years old)
Van-Go Adventure Farm
Toronto (2 - 16 years old)
Village of Islington Murals
Etobicoke (2 - 16 years old)
 

Nathalie's tips for a smooth outing

Allow your school-age kids to bring a friend. It will double their fun during the outing and you might learn a thing or two about your child along the way! Theyll be commenting on everything, an attraction in itself. Which in my books is quite a bonus!

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