– Sarah Clarke
March Break is fast approaching. Here is a list of ideas of what you can do that week.
Wizard World Fun Park
The Wizard World Fun Park is an indoor amusement park that includes over 25 mechanical and inflatable rides, arts and crafts, a petting zoo and a meet and greet with popular mascots. These exciting activities take place between March 13th and March 20th at Exhibition Place.
Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival
The Sugarbush Maple Syrup festival is arriving in many cities around the GTA. Have fun tapping trees and tasting fresh maple syrup. This event runs between March 5th and April 3rd, depending on the location you are planning on going to. Tickets are around $10.00.
Toronto Comic Con
Starting on Friday, March 18th, Comic Con will be coming to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. See some super heroes or meet some of the stars of your favourite movies and shows. Child passes are only $10.00.
Check Out Super Dude and Doctor Rude
Playing at Second City, this kid friendly show runs at 1:30 from March 14th – March 18th.
Disney On Ice: 100 Years of Magic
Held at the Rogers Centre, Disney on Ice will take place between March 17th and March 20th. The theme this year is ‘100 Years of Magic’ and will feature all of your favourite Disney characters.
Ontario Science Centre
The Ontario Science Centre always has fun activities that give children a chance to interact with science. The Mammoths and Mastodons exhibit will still be at the Centre for March Break. Activities are included with regular admission.
Black Creek Pioneer Village
The Black Creek Pioneer Village will be hosting a mystery adventure throughout the week of March Break. Children will be able to help Sherlock Holmes and Watson solve crimes that are happening around the Village. The admission for a child is $11.00.
Sugar Beach Sugar Shack
You can attend a real ‘cabana a sucre’ for free, at Sugar Beach! There will be ice skating, hot chocolate, and maple taffy on snow, as well as french cooking and ice sculpting. Live performances by Stef Paquette, Amelie et le Singes Bleus, Cindy Doire and Melanie Brulee.
For March break the Toronto Zoo is hosting a ‘Connecting with Wildlife’ event. During the week you can learn about Canada’s first giant panda cubs.
Ontario Legislature Building at Queen’s Park
From March 14th to 17th, you can tour the building at Queen’s Park. Activities include a scavenger hunt, dressing up in traditional Parliament robes and a craft activity.
Royal Ontario Museum
The ROM is putting on an ‘Enchanted March Break’ featuring natural wonders, spices, rich silks and the opportunity to look at the wonders of the past.
Art Gallery of Ontario
The AGO is opening their studios to allow people to learn how to be more creative. You can participate in printmaking and other experimental art activities all week. The activity changes every day and classes and activities are drop in.
Monster Energy AMA Supercross
Monster Energy is hosting 17 motorcycle races on Saturday, March 12th at 6:30 PM. To check out the action, tickets range between $10 and $57.
Toronto Public Library
The Toronto Public Library is offering more than 100 free activities for kids, teens and adults throughout March break. Check out your local library for activity options.
TIFF Bell Lightbox
The TIFF Bell Lightbox is playing different DreamWorks animations movies all week. Tickets are $9 to $13 for March 12th to 20th.
City of Toronto Events
The City of Toronto is hosting leisure swims, skating and skiing throughout the week. Check your local rink or hill for when to participate in a winter activity or sport.