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Museums Category

Toronto and the GTA are blessed with numerous world-class museums. Check out some of their regular collections, plus special exhibits and events!

Peel Art Gallery Museum and Archives: Family Day

Skate into Family Day in Brampton at Peel Art Gallery Museum and Archives with free hockey-themed activities and concerts. Take a shot on a hockey net and create your own hockey-inspired masterpiece, plus take in a musical performance by The Brampton Folk Club. Peel Art Gallery Museum and Archives: Family
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Casa Loma: High Tea at the Castle

Casa Loma is offering a traditional High Tea experience just in time for Family Day Weekend, with the opportunity to tour the castle afterwards. Enjoy the elegance of Toronto’s iconic castle and sample a selection of premium teas, scones, gourmet pastries and tea sandwiches in the majestic ambiance of the
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Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO): March Break Events

Families can get creative at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) over March Break, with kid-focused programming, daily family-friendly tours, a drop-in film screening and ongoing maker stations. Pick up a free kid-friendly AGO Kids activity booklet, which details lots of artistic adventures, such as artmaking challenges and a scavenger
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Casa Loma: Twilight Symphony at the Castle

Experience a one-of-a-kind performance bathed in candlelight at Toronto’s iconic Casa Loma with Twilight Symphony at the Castle, including a live concert in the intimately-sized Carriage Room and a pre-show dining option. Conducted by Maestro Paolo Busato, the Casa Loma Symphony Orchestra performs two programs: “Night at the Movies” on
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Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO): Family Day Weekend Events

Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) offers four days of storytelling, art and fun throughout Family Day Weekend, where families can spend time being creative together and attending special events. Further ongoing activities include the popular Art Carts, family-friendly Gallery tours with experienced art educators, and artmaking activities and creative play
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Toy Stores Toronto
Our Guide to Independent Toy and Gift Stores in Toronto

There are so many terrific independent stores in Toronto to find your kids the perfect gift without lining the pockets of a rich CEO (ahem). There are some stores who cross over from strictly toys and gifts into baby equipment, crafts, games and books. So here is our guide to
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Bata Shoe Museum Hands-On Collection

Who says you can’t touch at the Museum?! Enhance your visit to the Bata Shoe Museum with free multi-sensory and tactile experiences through their Hands-On Collection. Visitors will get to examine objects up close while experienced guides explain the fascinating stories behind the shoes. Bata Shoe Museum Hands-On Collection When:
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ROM Fantastic Beasts Experience
ROM Provides a Magical Experience with “Fantastic Beasts: The Wonder of Nature”

We finally had the chance to experience the “Fantastic Beasts: The Wonder of Nature” exhibit at the ROM, which blends elements of the films from the Harry Potter universe with real-life facts about the natural world. From the moment you walk into the exhibit space on the main floor (in
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Cool Buildings Toronto
20 Cool Buildings to Discover in Downtown Toronto

Some people may think that Toronto is like Lego Batman (it only works in black and very dark grey) but amongst the concrete and glass of the business district and the green of parks and playgrounds strewn all around town, there are various interesting architectural icons and historical gems to
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Gardiner Museum Family Days
Gardiner Museum Family Days Offer Free Activities

Not only does Gardiner Museum offer FREE admission for visitors under 18 at all times, but they are also providing activities on Sundays with their Family Days program. These family activities are free with adult admission. Taking inspiration from the Gardiner Museum’s special exhibitions and permanent collection of ceramics from
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