Fishing is a classic summertime activity. It's relaxing plus it teaches patience. Our rivers, lakes, and ponds are well supplied with fish, and we've got the scoop on where you and your kids can catch them.
There are fairs and festivals everywhere you turn throughout May! Our roundup of the absolute best free things to do includes annual favourites like the Toronto International Circus Festival and Doors Open Toronto.
There isn't a more delightful way to enjoy the onset of Spring than seeing the beautiful cherry blossoms flowering. Every Spring, thousands head over to High Park, to witness the beautiful cherry blossoms.
Make the most of the Spring harvest by hitting up some of the city's very best green markets, many of which open for the season beginning in May. Bring the kids along and peruse the plentiful fruits and veggies.
When your wee ones are getting antsy, it’s time to get out of the house and blow off steam at one of GTA's amazing indoor play spaces. Hidden in and around the city, these private spaces cater to the young crowd.
Maple sugaring season is here! Tap trees, collect sap, and see syrup made over a wood-fired evaporator. Stick around for a maple syrup sample! Stop by these locations for tree tapping and syrup tasting.
In the thick of Winter, February is the shortest and coldest month but that doesn't have to stop all of the fun. This month brings a long list of free activities, festivals, and other things to do with kids.
Witness thousands of free-flying butterflies at the Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory. Experience an impressive collection of flowering plants, colourful birds, cascading waterfalls, and lush tropical gardens.
Are finances a bit tight after the holidays? Fortunately, Toronto and the GTA are a great source of inexpensive fun for families. Enjoy the best events, activities, and things to do in January – all for free (or almost!).
The holiday season has finally arrived! It’s time for festive shows, visits with Santa Claus, and spectacular light displays. All the hustle and bustle is great fun but it can also be a strain on the wallet.
What's All Hallows' Eve without the perfect pumpkin? You could grab one from your local farmers' market or at the grocery store. But for a more authentic experience, head to the country to pick-your-own.
What's the sweet upside of Summer coming to a close? The fact that apple picking season is about to begin. Starting in September, orchards throughout the GTA offer families the chance to pick their own apples.