March Break In Toronto .
It’s that time of year again, the snow is starting to melt, the end of the school year is quickly approaching, and March Break is finally upon us.
If you are choosing to forgo travel this year and want to keep family adventures local, you’re in luck! Toronto is offering a ton of things to see and do this year in lieu of March Break. Take a look at some of our favourite ideas:
Sugar Beach is being transformed for two days into a Quebec-themed ‘cabane a sucre’, complete with the coolest novelty, maple taffy on snow. There will also be live performances by French artists, as well as food trucks with authentic French drinks and cuisine.
ComiCon is coming to Toronto for 3 days only! Presented by FAN EXPO, it is a pop culture convention packed with activities for the whole family. Keep your eyes open for celebrities from some of the most popular super hero and sci-fi movies of the past few years.
Relive your favourite Robert Munsch stories at the Solar Stage. Kids from JK to grade 6 are invited to attend stage renditions of Robert Munsch’s best tales.
Learn something new at the Toronto Zoo this March! The animal oasis is hosting a week of camps/family programs and overnight programs for kids of all ages.
Don’t miss the ROM’s rendition of Enchanted March Break. The museum will invite guests to see what life was like hundreds of years ago. Drop-in family activities run from 11am - 4pm.
Indigo and Chapters stores are hosting free activities for March Break. Every day will feature a different activity from a make-your-own puppy session to designing your own super hero mask.
Toronto’s spring Fashion Week is on this year from March 14 -18 featuring the fall collections from Canada’s top designers.
Enjoy your family time this March break with these amazing events!