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Museums

Toronto Railway Museum Royal
Toronto Railway Museum Royal Train Tour Lecture

Join the Toronto Railway Museum for a free online lecture about the Royal Train Tours of Canada by Dr. Carolyn Harris. Carolyn will talk about the Queen’s tours of Canada on rails in honour of Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee, the 70th anniversary of her accession to the throne in
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Doors Open
Doors Open Celebrates Toronto’s Architectural Sites

Doors Open Toronto is back for the first time since 2019. Explore more than 100 of Toronto’s most notable buildings and rediscover our city in a new way, all for FREE. You can also dig deeper into Toronto’s architectural legacy with engaging tours, an online film series and other virtual
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Toronto History Museums
Toronto History Museums Now Offer Free Admission!

The City of Toronto has recently announced that Toronto History Museums are now open with FREE general admission! The goal is to provide everyone with the opportunity to fully participate in cultural heritage and spaces. In turn, we should definitely celebrate the contributions of museums to our communities. Read on
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Casa Loma Princess Diana
Casa Loma Princess Diana Exhibition Honours the People’s Princess

Casa Loma presents the Princess Diana: Accredited Access Exhibition, the first-ever walk-thru documentary telling the untold story of how a Princess changed the world. This photography and art exhibit happens at Toronto’s iconic Casa Loma with custom art installations and larger-than-life images. For the first time, world-famous Royal Photographers (Anwar
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Museum of Illusions Experience
Museum of Illusions is an Illuminating Experience

My kids and I had the opportunity to visit the Museum of Illusions over the long weekend and it was an exciting experience! Close to St. Lawrence Market but tucked away behind an unassuming street front, it’s an intimate space that packs in so many different types of illusions and
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Little Canada Easter
Little Canada Easter Activities are Hopping!

Little Canada has lots of unique opportunities for giants of all ages to join with their Easter festivities. All of Little Canada’s Easter activities are offered free of charge with the purchase of General Admission passes. Activities include: Easter egg bunny decorating (12:00-4:00pm)  — This free activity is perfect for
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Toronto Railway Museum Millionaire
Toronto Railway Museum Discusses “The Missing Millionaire”

Join the Toronto Railway Museum and Katie Daubs for a free online lecture about the “The Missing Millionaire”, the Ambrose Small Mystery. Daubs will talk about the stranger-than-fiction characters involved and Toronto’s development as the drama around his disappearance unfolded. The lecture will bring you back to December 1919 and
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April Event Guide
April Event Guide for Toronto and the GTA

At long last, it’s April! It’s been a long cold lonely winter (hmmm, sounds like a song, eh?) and we’re all excited for springtime! This month, there are numerous outdoor events to help you get out into nature, including cherry blossom season, Easter and Earth Day. Also, due to relaxing
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Black Creek Pioneer Village Maple
Black Creek Pioneer Village Maple at the Village

Tap into the charm of maple season as Black Creek Pioneer Village Village celebrates spring with their Maple at the Village program this March Break. Learn about the traditional skills needed to make mouthwatering maple syrup, all the way from tree to table. Enjoy the story of Canada’s favourite sweetener at the
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Ontario Science Centre March Break
Ontario Science Centre March Break Events Amaze!

If you’re looking for educational fun this March Break, head to the Ontario Science Centre! See a special exhibit, participate in live demonstrations, catch one of the latest IMAX films, and much more. Ontario Science Centre Special Exhibitions: Planet Ice: Mysteries of the Ice Age Bug Lab Behind Racism: Challenging
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