Are you heading to Toronto Ontario for a business trip or family vacation?
Check out these things to do in Toronto in the winter if you have the extra time or are looking for something unique:
#1 DJ Skate Night On Ice
If dancing to the groove of international and local DJs while skating on ice is your idea of an awesome weekend, then head over to the Harbourfront Centre for some good, clean fun. The Natrel Rink becomes a party hotspot during Saturday nights and from December 15 to February 16.
#2 Down Some Brewskies At The Steam Whistle Brewery
Take a 30-minute brewery tour at the Steam Whistle Brewery. Aside from getting a taste of the local beer, you’ll also have an in-depth look of how the brewing process goes and get to ask the employees questions about their craft and of course, the beverages!
#3 Check Out The Art At The AGO
Heavy snowing and nothing to do in your spare day? All is not lost. Why not visit the Art Gallery of Ontario and appreciate art and fine culture? More often than not, you’ll get to see special exhibits displayed alongside the gallery’s international and Canadian collection.
#4 View Sea Life At Ripley’s Aquarium
The underwater exhibits at Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada spans 135,000 square feet of interactive, breathtaking wonder. Canada’s largest indoor aquarium is home to innumerable sea life species, including thousands of tropical fish, sea turtles, giant lobsters, jellyfish, sharks and sting rays.
#5 Visit The Hockey Hall Of Fame
Honour Canada’s most popular sport by visiting the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto and seeing all the hockey memorabilia in display. Here, you can take pictures of the Stanley Cup or pose with life-sized and animated versions of the famous hockey shooters and goalies.
#6 Expand Your Mind At The Ontario Science Center
Bring your family along and learn more about our universe and everything in it at the Ontario Space Center. There are interesting exhibits and interactive platforms that cover a variety of subjects, from rocks to outer space.
#7 See Some Greens At The Allan Gardens Conservatory
Go from winter wonderland to evergreen oasis when you step inside the Allan Gardens Conservatory. Entrance is free and you get a glimpse of an amazing collection of plants that can be found all over the world. Make sure to visit the tropical house filled with colourful begonias, bromeliads and orchids and the palm house with its tropical vines, banana trees and palm trees.
#8 Relax At The Distillery District
Kick back and enjoy a drink or two at the famous Distillery District in Toronto. The Victorian theme and the row of pubs, galleries, restaurants and shops come alive and make for an interesting time.
#9 Get Some Souvenirs At The St. Lawrence Market
Do some much-needed shopping at the St. Lawrence Market and choose from a dizzying array of goods, from organic produce to the latest in fashion clothing from respected designers. While walking, you can treat yourself to more than a hundred food choices lining the streets.
#10 Sample Fresh Food At The Winterlicious Food Festival
Every year, Toronto hosts a festival with more than a hundred restaurants churning out culinary delights one after the other. You can take a 3-course prix on the most appetizing menus or go on your own gastronomic journey.