With lively museum presentations, demonstrations, crafts and outdoor activities - there's plenty to do for children and families right in Toronto this March Break. Keep the kids active and entertained next week and don't worry about having to drive far or even breaking the bank as many of these activities are free. Check out my top 10 list for March Break Activities in Toronto and most importantly have fun!
Futurology at The ROM 100 Queens Park Blast off on a fantastic voyage this March Break with cutting-edge technologies and adventures in science, art and culture. All ages, drop in any day from 11 AM - 4 PM!
LEGO Fun Multiple Locations
Libraries all over the city are hosting drop-in Lego buildathons throughout the week. Bonus: you don't have to pick them up after. Check the link to find out when and which libraries will be holding these events.
Medieval Times 10 Dufferin St Surrender to an age of bravery and honor and witness epic battles of steel and steed during our ALL-NEW SHOW. From ringside seats, discover a feast of the eyes and appetite with more action, more fun & more excitement than ever before. This March Break take advantage of their buy one get one free special offers!
TIFF Walt Disney Classics 350 King St
Parents craving a hit of nostalgia will enjoy this exhibit as much as their children. Films from Walt Disney's golden era, like Dumbo, the Little Mermaid and the Sword in the Stone, will be playing all week.
DROP IN for March Break Spadina House 285 Spadina Rd Come and enjoy a family-friendly tour where you will play games, and have hands-on fun in the historic kitchen – all set in this beautifully restored 1920s environment.
March Break at the Zoo! The Toronto Zoo 2000 Meadowvale Rd
Join the zoo this March Break for animal adventures all week long! Escape the winter cold in our six indoor tropical pavilions featuring animals from around the world. Plus, learn more about how we use enrichment to engage our animals each day at the Zoo at our Enrichment Extravaganza. Visitors will enjoy animal enrichment demonstrations, special Keeper Talks, animal encounters and more!
Curiosity Takes Flight! Ontario Science Centre 770 Don Mills Rd Think this past winter was cold? No need to bundle up for this demo as you chill out with the coolest material you’ll ever encounter. Get ready to see the surprising ways that solids, liquids, and gases react when exposed to temperatures colder than outer space. This along with many other activities to keep the kids entertained! Check out the link for more information.
March 'Musements Drop-In MacKenzie House 82 Bond St Drop in for some Victorian fun! Typeset your name on the 1845 printing press, make a craft to take home, and have a cookie in the historic kitchen. Regular admission applies.
March Break at Colborne Lodge High Park 1873 Bloor St W
Children participate in fun and exciting activities based on the history and environment of High Park. Inside historic Colborne Lodge, campers cook in the 19th century kitchen, play historic games, make crafts and more. Afternoons are spent with the Nature Centre exploring the nature of the park through hikes, games and crafts. Different each day! Sign up for any or all half-day sessions.
March Break Fun at the Fort 250 Fort York Boulevard
Bring the kids down to the fort during March Break for fun-filled activities. Families can learn about Fort York through colourful exhibits, costumed education staff, tours, and participation in an 1812 drill class. There is also a free kids' activity book for the younger visitors. Souvenir guides and audio tours are available in our Museum Store, which carries a wide selection of gifts and books for all ages.