Top 5 things to do on spring break in Toronto!

spring break toronto

Top 5 things to do on spring break in Toronto!


As the temperatures are climbing, it’s actually feeling like SPRING break in Toronto. What are the top 5 things to do this week?

Check out the Winter Stations at the Beach

As we walk the dog every day on the beach we’ve had the chance to check out the stations since they were built. And the kids have certainly enjoyed them…


RAW architects launched the competition with landscape architect Ted Merrick of Ferris & Associates which saw hundreds of submissions from around the world.

The Winter Stations are on display until March 20th.   For more details click here.
Have a laugh!

Toronto spring break

One of our personal favourites, we love seeing the family friendly shows at Second City.

Currently running is the Big Bad Wolf vs. Lord Underwearface von Schtinker! Totally hilarious for both kids and kids at heart.

Tickets are $14 each. Family 4-packs for $45.

For grown ups, you can check out the current feature performance, How to Kill a Comedian.

Go to for more information.


Explore the Bell Lightbox Digispace

We take the kids every year to this. It’s an incredible interactive experience and perfect for a cold wet day. Not only fun, this exhibit is incredibly educational and can really spark kids interest in science, art and visual effects.


Combine Running and Irish Cheer

St. Patrick's Day RaceSign up for the St.Patty’s day 5km run benefitting Achilles Canada on Sunday March 15th.

Best of all, the finish line is the Steam Whistle Brewing Company!

For more information, click here.
Check out the National Home Show

National home Show

Planning on attending the National Home Show? You can go as our guest!   If you’re interested in tickets, email

For more information, go to: National Home Show

This year’s show features two spectacular dream homes:

National Home Show National Home Show





Get out of the City!

If you’re really looking to get out of Toronto this spring break, check out Arrowhead Provincial Park. In addition to winter camping in yurts and year-round cabin, you can skate the 1.3 km ice trail that winds through the Muskoka forest.