Museums

Niagara Parks Power Station
Discover the Niagara Parks Power Station’s Currents

Experience the remarkable Niagara Parks Power Station in a whole new way with Currents: Niagara’s Power Transformed. It’s an epic sight and sound night show that opens its doors to the public on September 3. Constructed in 1905, the Niagara Parks Power Station structure is considered to be the only
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ROM Great Whales
The ROM Gets Personal with Great Whales Exhibit

It seems like ages since we saw the Royal Ontario Museum’s exhibit Out of the Depths: The Blue Whale Story. It was only four years ago, but seems so much longer because museums were shuttered for most of 2020. This is our first time back to ROM since their reopening
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Step Back in Time at Casa Loma’s Summer Happenings

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. (Click on the title for more information) Imagine Dragons Light Forest Imagine Dragons Light Forest
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Black Creek Pioneer Village
Black Creek Pioneer Village Reopens With General Admission for the 2021 Season

Black Creek Pioneer Village offers it all – activities, food, fun and learning that will engage and entertain the whole family. This recreated 1860’s village is one of those rare and special places that provides an authentic historical experience. It is also now easily accessible by TTC near the new
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Little Canada Has Its Grand Opening!

Little Canada hopes to prove that great attractions come in extremely small packages. It’s the brainchild of lifelong model railroad enthusiast Jean-Louis Brenninkmeijer, who fell so in love with Canada when he emigrated from Europe that he came up with the amazing idea of recreating Canada’s wonders in miniature form.
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Guide to August Family Fun Events in Toronto

It’s August already?! Don’t worry, there’s still time to check off all of your summer to-do’s. In case you need some extra inspiration, we’ve listed a sampling of the family-friendly events happening this month in Toronto – head over to the Family Fun Toronto calendar page for more details. Click
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AGO’s Andy Warhol Exhibit Separates The Man From The Myth

Halfway through meandering around the AGO’s highly-anticipated Andy Warhol exhibit, it’s Canadian ballerina Karen Kain that catches my daughter’s eye. “Ooh, this is my favourite. It’s colourful and sparkly!” My 10-year-old daughter aspires to be an artist but she’s still a little girl at heart and she knows what she
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Summer Pop
Art Gallery of Ontario’s Free Summer Online Workshops for Kids and Teens

There’s at-home artmaking and thought-provoking youth events happening online through the AGO all summer. Click on the links to find out more. This week is your last chance to join the online Summer POP! at-home livestream series, FREE. Here’s this week’s daily activities: Dance – Tuesday, July 27, 10 am
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Railway Museum Mini Train
Roundhouse Park is a Historical Break from the Concrete Jungle

Tucked away amongst the recently-built skyscrapers of Bremner Boulevard and the South Core condos, and encircled by well-known tourism venues (CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium and the Rogers Centre) and the buzz of the Gardiner Expressway, there is a charming piece of Toronto’s past where you can take a break and
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Free Admission and Family Activities at Gardiner Museum

Not only is Gardiner Museum offering FREE admission for all ages as they reopen to the public on July 21, 2021 until Labour Day, but they are also providing activities for families with their Gardiner Goes Outside program. Free hands-on workshops for adults and children will run on their outdoor
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