Casa Loma offers various family-friendly activities on this summer, both inside the castle during the day and outside in the gardens in the evening. Click here for details of their safety protocols at this time.
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Imagine Dragons Light Forest features dazzling lighting and immersive theatrical Medieval displays throughout the gardens, tunnels and stables of the historic castle. Multiple exciting and interactive performances along the route are guaranteed to take you back in time to a bygone era.
Designed as a self-guided walk along a two-kilometre trail guests may stroll through the property’s grounds at their own pace while enjoying the immersive displays that rival that of any childhood imagination.
The Casa Loma Escape Series invites you into a fantastic world, full of strange science and mystical wonders. You have been asked to embark upon a dangerous quest: to save dragons from extinction. To do so you’ll need to sneak into a mysterious tower where the last dragon egg is rumoured to rest. Will you find the egg and learn the secret of the dragon’s song?
The Dragon’s Song is available to children 8+ but adult accompaniment is required for everyone under 16 years of age.
Casa Loma was first built in 1914 by financier Sir Henry Pellatt and is now owned by the City of Toronto as one of Toronto’s top tourist attractions and hospitality venues. It features permanent installations in line with the castle’s heyday, such as the Dark Side of Toronto photo exhibit and the classic car collection in the stables.
Touring Casa Loma is a kid-friendly activity, though naturally all children must be accompanied by an adult. Children under 3 are admitted free! Strollers are not recommended, due to stairs.
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