The 15th annual Doors Open offer visitors an opportunity to take a peek behind the doors of nearly 150 buildings. The 2014 theme is Secret Spaces, Stories of Spirit Sightings and Unexplained Mysteries.
If you are into cute, furry, and cuddly or cold-blooded, smooth, and slithery or talkative, feathery, and pretty, the All About Pets Show has something for you and your kids. This year features a goat show!
Easter in the GTA promises family fun for all ages, with a wide range of egg-citing events taking place. Find Easter egg hunts, parades, egg decorating, scavenger hunts, crafts, and more great stuff for families!
Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Street? Visit Sesame Street Presents: The Body at the Ontario Science Centre. From big, squishy noses to fuzzy, furry feet, children will learn about the human body.
Experience something new at the Eaton Centre: Santa's Log Cabin! The all-new, one-of-a-kind cabin is located in Trinity Square Park and will provide families with one-on-one access to Santa this Holiday.
It’s the best time of the year! Whether you visit Santa, enjoy a fun-filled walk through a lights display, or catch a Holiday performance, one thing is for sure — any one of these events will invoke the Holiday spirit.
It's the Ontario Science Centre's first new permanent exhibition hall in seven years. The 10,000 square-foot exhibition promises to inform visitors of all ages about the human body, health, fitness, and nutrition.
Meet Peter Rabbit, Jumbo the Elephant, Clara the Rhinoceros, and a menagerie of animals in the family-friendly exhibition: Animal Stories, at Gardiner Museum. The exhibition will delight visitors of all ages!
Day of the Dead or Día de los Muertos is observed around the world in latino cultures. While it's not a Halloween event per se, it does occur around the same time and features many of the same trappings.
This September, Centreville is hosting a special event: The Amusing Race. A fun, family-oriented scavenger hunt, it takes participants on a journey around Centreville Amusement Park and Far Enough Farm.
GAME ON 2.0 currently on exhibit at the OSC explores gaming history, technology, and culture. It's the world's largest touring exhibition on the evolution of video games, making its first Canadian appearance.
Each Summer, there are tons of free outdoor movies the entire family can enjoy. The Free Summer Movies Series is your chance to get out to a park and see a popular movie at dusk, without spending any money.