100 Free Things to do this Summer

The school break is upon us, and the kids are itching to play, so we've rounded up all the FREE things for families to do during the summer vacation. Who says summer fun has to come with a big price tag? Load up your calendar these free events and activities taking place throughout the summer in Toronto and the GTA. There's so much to do  — including seeing movies under the stars, checking out top-notch fairs and festivals and exploring the best outdoor spaces and summer events for kids.

Here are 100+ Free Things to Do this Summer...

1. Canada Day Celebrations
Plan the perfect Canada Day long weekend with our picks of the best events, outdoor festivals and warm-weather outings for you and the kids. Most events are Free! More

2. The Redpath Waterfront Festival
Oh buoy! The Redpath Waterfront Festival returns to Toronto's waterfront on Canada Day weekend from June 29 to July 1, with shiploads of nautical fun for the whole crew. Every three years, the Redpath Waterfront Festival welcomes a fleet of majestic tall ships to Toronto’s waterfront. Free and ticketed events. More

3. Ontario Family Fishing Events
Fish for Free this July! Go family fishing at an Urban Fishing Festival during the Ontario Family Fishing Event, a province-wide opportunity for Canadian residents to fish Ontario waters without the otherwise mandatory fishing version outdoors card. June 30 to July 8. More

4. Kids Bowl Free Program
Each year, the Kids Bowl Free program kicks off. Sign your kids up to bowl 2 FREE games every day all summer long at their local bowling alley. Various dates all summer long. More

5. AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario)
The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is an art museum in Toronto's Downtown Grange Park that features over 45,000 square metres (480,000 sq ft) of physical space, making it one of the largest galleries in North America. Admission is free for all Wednesday nights 6-9pm and visitors 25 years and under visit for Free always. More

6. Free Summer Movies
Get the list of al the free movie screenings in parks and at other venues this summer! Grab a chair or a blanket, and catch up on the latest releases. More

7. Honest Workshop at MOCA
Anyone can be a maker! Inspired by the Honest Shop, this drop-in maker space allows you to produce your own useful item to trade with others made in the workshop or take home with you. Materials supplied each week. All ages. Free. Weekends until July 7. More

8. Retro Futures Exhibit
Retro Futures invites you on a nostalgic journey to futures-that-might-have- been. Using the 50th anniversary of NASA’s first successful lunar landing in 1969 as its inspiration, Retro Futures features rare books, magazines, artwork and ephemera from the Toronto Public Library’s Merril Collection of Science Fiction, Speculation and Fantasy. Warp speed ahead! Until July 28. More

9. Solar Observing at Ontario Science Centre
Safely observe the sun with specially filtered telescopes. Learn about our nearest star and try your eye at spotting exotic surface features, including sunspots, spicules and prominences. This program is offered by members of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada. Free. Various dates in the summer. More

10. Union Summer
Union Summer - Presented by TD, returns for the annual summer market, bringing together Toronto's top chefs, musicians, film screenings and live performances to Union Station. Until August 3. More

11. Cultura Festival
Cultura is a Free family friendly outdoor festival presenting Music, Art, Food and Film every Friday evening in July. July 5 to 26. More

12. Design Exchange (DX)
Design Exchange is a cultural institution that champions creative thinking, inspires problem solving, and celebrates innovative talent in Canada and around the world. Admission is free. More

13. Evergreen Brick Works Scavenger Hunt
Explore Evergreen Brick Works and discover new things about the site, its history and the Don Valley where we're located. Hunts are organized by age group. Daily in the Summer. Free. More

14. Vaughan Celebrates Concerts In The Park
The series features free city-wide professional entertainment for all ages with genres ranging from Motown, funk, and rock to pop! Until July 31. More

15. Beaches International Jazz Festival
Toronto’s beloved music festival and summer mainstay, the Beaches International Jazz Festival, returns from July 5 to 28 to celebrate its 30th year of unparalleled music from both established and emerging artists. Don't miss the Streetfest, the Sounds of Leslieville & Riverside and Beaches Jazz Latin Carnival. Free. More

16. The Bentway Block Party
A family-friendly day-long celebration! The Bentway is pleased to announce the return of The Bentway Block Party for its second year. This family-friendly day-long block party, includes installations, musical performances, family-friendly games, food and drink and much more. Free. July 7. More

17. Afrofest
AFROFEST is the largest free African festival in North America. Activities include face painting, story telling, drumming lessons. Drum Zone: This is an interactive area at AFROFEST where drummers and dancers meet and create impromptu music and dance. The AFROFEST marketplace has food and merchandise. July 6 and 7. Free admission. More

18. Annual Fusion Of Taste Festival
Fusion of Taste street festival is one day celebration of multiculturalism that takes place at Albion Road and Islington Ave every year. The event showcases over 100 artists with 10.5 hours of programming, over 60 tasty and creative vendors, Kidz Zone, Fun Zone, exciting competitions and more. July 7. Free admission. More

19. Music in the Park at Kew Gardens Park
The Beach Village BIA presents the third annual summer Music in the Park Series. The series has been carefully curated to feature some of the Toronto and Canada’s best performers, spanning multiple genres. July 7 to August 25. Free. More

20. CBC Kids Days 2019
Two fun filled days of live performances, activities, crafts and the first ever CBC Kids Days Parade! July 17 and 18. Free. More

21. Aga Khan Museum
The Aga Khan Museum provides visitors with a window into the artistic, intellectual, and scientific contributions of Muslim civilizations to world heritage. Admission to the Museum and all exhibitions is FREE each Wednesday from 4 pm to 8 pm. More

22. Toronto Island Park
The Toronto Islands provide a great, refreshing escape from downtown with a beautiful view of Lake Ontario on one side, and the city skyline on the other. The Islands area is a great place to bask on blue flag beaches, and offers bicycle trails, swimming, volleyball, picnicking and more. Admission to the Toronto Islands is free. More

23. Rouge Park Guided Walks
Various dates
Join us to discover the park's natural, cultural and agricultural stories with our friendly and fun Parks Canada volunteer leaders and staff. We have something for everyone, if you are looking for wildlife sightings, quiet nature walks, discovering the past, fitness challenges or just to meet new people! Free admission. More

24. Play the Parks
Play the Parks is back with Free afternoon concerts in the Downtown Yonge BIA district throughout the summer. Enjoy the sounds of summer and hear Toronto artists play the parks. This event is family-friendly! Select dates from June to September. Free admission. More

25. Salsa on St. Clair Street Festival
Canada’s biggest salsa party featuring an international calibre of Latin music, non-stop dancing in the streets, Latin foods and fun for the entire family! Free admission. July 6 abd 7. More

26. ROMwalks
​Walking tours of Toronto - ROMWalks encompass the diverse aspects of Toronto's vibrant neighbourhoods including history, architecture, arts of all varieties, education and more. Most tours are free. June to October. More

27. Tuesday Night Live! At Earl Bales Park
Enjoy a beautiful evening of free music in the park every Tuesday for the rest of the summer. Check out the line-up of our fantastic concert series. Events are weather permitting. Free Movies nights in August. More

28. Family Nature Walks at High Park Nature Centre
Get outside and explore nature in High Park with your whole family! Grandparents, parents, teens, children and babies alike will love this chance to discover the natural wonders in High Park’s incredible savannahs, woodlands and wetlands. Walks are led by our amazing nature interpreters, as well as the High Park Rangers. Al summer. Free admission (donation suggested). More

29. Canada’s Sugar Beach
Canada’s Sugar Beach is a whimsical park that transformed a surface parking lot in a former industrial area into Toronto’s second urban beach at the water’s edge. Admission is free. More

30. Family Fun Fridays at Ontario’s Legislative Assembly
A free, fun-filled afternoon awaits youth ages 6 to 17 at Ontario’s Legislative Building this summer. This program introduces youth to provincial parliament during a two hour interactive program featuring a variety of activities. Fridays throughout the summer. More

31. Weekend Explorers at the Legislative Assembly of Ontario
Join us for a fun family program on the weekends at the Legislative Building during the summer! A one hour program designed for families with children aged 6-10. Free admission. Weekends throughout the summer. More

32. KidsTown Water Park
Kidstown is one of Scarborough's most popular Free outdoor aquatic facilities for kids. It offers a variety of water features, including a tipping bucket, spray rings, squirting aquatic animals, a slide, wading pool, splash pad and so much more. More

33. Edwards Summer Music Series: Gardens of Song
The Edwards Summer Music Series is back this summer with seven engaging performances from super talented musicians and artists that will get the whole family dancing along! July 11 to August 22. Free admission. More

34. Far Enough Farm on Centre Island
This quaint working farm is one of the most unique animal farms located just minutes from Toronto's downtown core. There are over 40 different species of farmyard animals and birds, and new animals arrive at the farm throughout the spring and summer seasons. Admission is Free. More

35. Watch Me Grow at High Park Children’s Garden
Gardening and composting activities, garden games, nature arts and crafts, storytelling and more! Thursdays in July and August. Free. More

36. Downsview Park Nature Connection
A FREE nature program for families. Connect with the natural world and come out to Downsview Park! Downsview Park staff will take you on a free outdoor Park program based on nature-themed topics to get you exploring the natural world, starting with Downsview Park! July 14 and 28. More

37. Summer Wednesdays at Evergreen Brick Works
Soak up the sun at Summer Wednesdays! Bask in the setting sun as you kick back with an ice cold drink, grab a bite of delicious summer fare and make the most of those warm summer evenings. The hottest place to spend Wednesday nights is at Evergreen Brick Works, nature's patio. Plus, join us for the Live Music Series. July 10 to August 28Free admission. More

38. Newmarket's Kids Downtown
Looking for something fun to do this summer? Join us every Tuesday from 7 to 8 p.m. for Kids Downtown. This free child-oriented entertainment show allows you to delight in the evening's entertainment. Please bring a lawn chair or a blanket. July 9 and 23Free admission. More

39. Splash Pad Fun
Looking for a way to stay cool this summer? Enter playgrounds loaded with water jets and refreshing splash pads for instant relief. The Greater Toronto Area's sprinkler season is getting into gear. Here's where you'll find the wildest and wettest playgrounds around. All are free. More

40. Free Building Workshops at Home Depot
These free DIY workshops for kids allow them to build toys or other projects. The workshop is for kids ages 4 to 12 and they must be accompanied by an adult. On July 13, build a Tow Truck. July 13Free. More

41. High Park Zoo
Toronto's largest public park is home to a unique and wonderful animal attraction that is open year round. The High Park Zoo allows kids to experience, appreciate, and learn about animals. Although small, the zoo is home to over 45 animals that represent 11 different species of mammals and birds. Admission is free. More

42. Peeks Toronto Caribbean Carnival
The Peeks Toronto Caribbean Carnival is an exciting four-week celebration of Caribbean music, delicious cuisine and exciting revelry. It is the largest cultural event in Canada and the largest outdoor festival in North America. July 3 to August 2Free and tickets events. More

43. Dancing on the Pier at Harbourfront
Learn to dance on Toronto's waterfront to the rhythmic beats and swinging sounds of live bands. Inspired by Harbourfront Centre's summer festivals, styles range from salsa to big band and everything in between. All ages. July 4 to August 29. Free. More

44. Festival of India
One of Toronto’s most dazzling, head-turning summer events featuring a euphoric parade down world-famous Yonge Street. The celebrations then will shift to Toronto Centre Island, for two days of festivities. July 13 and July 14Admission is free. More

45. Power Kids: Free Kids Activities
These FREE arts workshops for children ages 7-12 begin with a tour of the gallery and conclude with an art activity, inspired by the ideas behind the current exhibition. Various dates throughout the summer. More

46. Ribfest in Richmond Hill
Ribbers cook and compete for various Best titles including Best Sauce and Best Ribs as decided by honorary judges. Bring your friends and your appetites as this festival is one you won't want to miss! July 26 and 28. Free admission. More

47. The BIG Picnic
For one summer Sunday afternoon, the gardens, lawns and courtyards of Toronto History Museums will host a very BIG, old-fashioned, city-wide, summer Sunday afternoon picnic – the perfect opportunity to gather friends and family together to experience the joys of outdoor eating. July 14. Free. More

48. BIG on Bloor Festival of Arts & Culture
The BIG on Bloor Festival of Arts and Culture is an exceptional community and city-building festival presenting hundreds of culturally significant events, activities, displays and exhibitions. July 20. Free admission. More

49. Muhtadi International Drumming Festival
Muhtadi International Drumming Festival is a two-day multicultural extravaganza that showcases 30 plus performers/groups playing an eclectic array of drums from a beautiful mix of nations.  Drumbeats at this Festival connect the heartbeats of Canada's enviable, harmonious combination of cultures. July 20 to 21. Free admission. More

50. Black Creek Farm Festival
July 20, 2019
Fun day at the farm! Don’t miss out on delicious pizza from our brick bake oven, free workshops, activities, exhilarating scavenger hunt tour and many more! Organic fresh produce for sale. Kids activities. Free admission. More

51. Kids Get in Free at Black Creek Pioneer Village
Soak in the summer at The Village! Explore the heritage buildings and gardens, enjoy outdoor games and discovery stations, take part in musical performance or even visit at night for an experience like no other. And, kids get in FREE*! Children ages 14 and younger get in free Monday to Friday, for July and August! More

52. Riverdale Farm
The Riverdale Farm is a quaint little farm, located right in the heart of downtown Toronto, in the Cabbagetown community. Kids can see many farm animals. Visit the farm animals and chat with the farmer during daily chores. Admission is free. More

53. Toronto International BrazilFest
The Festival will offer its attendees the opportunity to be closer to the performers. Get a chance to enjoy a taste of Brazil with Brazilian style foods and a family area. There are attractions for the whole family including a great Kids Zone open all day. ​​​July 21. Free admission. More

54. AlohaFest Toronto
AlohaFest Toronto is one of the few places in the city where guests can indulge in both local favourites and unique Hawaiian treats. AlohaFest Toronto is a free event that will take place rain or shine. E komo mai ("Welcome")! July 27More

55. KidsFest at Centre Island
Summer is here - let's celebrate! Centreville Amusement Park is hosting its annual KidsFest event! FREE family fun. Three days featuring bouncy castles, inflatable obstacle courses, face painters, games and much more! This event has been cancelled for 2019.

56. Youth Day Toronto
“The Largest Festival of Its Kind” celebrating and supporting our next generation of young creatives as they showcase their passion in music, dance, art, photography, fashion and film. July 21Free. More

57. Toronto Botanical Garden
Termed "The little garden with big ideas", the TBG is nearly four acres and features 17 "city-sized" themed gardens. The gardens are open daily, from dawn until dusk. Access is free. Note that all the gardens are outdoors. Free guided tours are offered from May to September. More

58. Ossfest
Nothing says summer more, than street festivals in Toronto! For the fourth consecutive year, OssFest returns for a pedestrian take over of the Ossington Strip between Dundas St W and Queen St W. Over 20 extended patios, music and entertainment programming all day and into the evening. July 27. Free admission. More

59. High Park
With over one million visitors annually, High Park is the jewel of Toronto’s park system. The park, over one-third of which remains in a natural state, is home to many species of wildlife, including birds, fish and animals. The park offers many popular attractions as well as activities for visitors to enjoy. Admission is free. More

60. The Guild Alive with Culture Arts Festival
July 27, 2019 to July 28, 2019
The Guild Alive with Culture Arts Festival is an outdoor event held in Scarborough's Guild Park and Gardens. Featuring artists, artisan vendors, live performances, beer garden and children's activities. Free admission. More

61. HorseCapades at the CNE
July 27, 2019 to August 15, 2019
A delightful and free introduction to horses, the CNE's interactive horse program! Designed for the young and the young at heart, HorseCapades sweeps you away from city life and into the magical world of the horse. Giddy up! Free before the CNE opens (then included with admission.) More

62. Taste of the Middle East Food Festival
Appreciate the vibrant art, music and dance that will surround you as you expand your palate and taste the 1001 Flavours that the Middle Eastern culture has to offer. July 27. Free admission. More

63. Free Play in the Park - Brampton
At this free drop-in program, participants ages 6 to 13 will have the opportunity to play various organized games and sports with program leaders. All summer. More

64. Toronto International Youth Dance Festival
The Festival celebrates cultural diversity through the art of dance. The focus is on youth dancers, with participation ranging from local to international dance schools. There will also be food vendors and merchant vendors present through the two days. It is a great opportunity to enjoy a wonderful weekend with your families. August 2 and 3. Free admission. More

65. Scarborough Ribfest
Ribbers from all over Canada and the US, along with food vendors, a midway, and craft vendors! To keep you cool, beer and coolers along with pop and water will be available at the two Rotary tents. Live bands will be providing live entertainment free during the weekend .For the young and young at heart, open mike Karaoke will start each day at 11 AM. August 2 to 5. Free admission. More

66. Island Soul Festival at Harbourfront
Harbourfront Centre brings the rich legacy of Caribbean music to Toronto’s waterfront with our four-day weekend festival Island Soul. From Reggae star Etana to a night of comedy with Canada’s rising comedians Trixx and friends, join us for a weekend of Caribbean music, food, entertainment and more. August 2 to 5. Free + Ticketed events. More

67. Toronto Food Truck Festival
Woodbine Park has never tasted this delicious before. Back for another year, The Toronto Food Truck Festival is serving up some real must-eats! As always, admission is free and there’s something for everyone. August 2 to 5. More

68. Royal Ontario Museum
One of North America's most renowned cultural institutions, Canada's largest museum is home to a world-class collection of more than six million objects and specimens, featured in 40 gallery and exhibition spaces. Bring family and friends to the ROM on the 3rd Monday Night of each month and enjoy free admission from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm. More

69. JerkFest: Jerk Food Festival
JerkFest is an annual festival which takes place around the second weekend in August every year. JerkFest celebrates the world renown jerk cuisine. Its a fusion of jerk food, pulsating music, family friendly entertainment and good vibes – all under the throbbing Toronto sun. August 9 to 11. Free admission. More

70. Habari African Festival at Harbourfront Centre
Habari Africa festival is a multi-disciplinary music and arts festival, showcasing an authentic African experience. Through presentations and workshops, celebrate the uniqueness, wealth and diversity of African music, dance, arts and culture. August 9 to 11. Free admission. More

78. Barbados on the Water at Harbourfront
The waterfront comes to life during the largest celebration of Barbadian culture in Canada! Enjoy free concerts, tasty cuisine, children’s activities and so much more. August 16 to 18. More

79. Pickering Food Truck Festival
You’ll want to bring your friends and kids to Esplanade Park for some unbelievable food! We’re transforming the park to a foodie haven, jam-packed with a children’s village, beer garden and live entertainment stage. As always, admission is free and we’ll be beefing up the park with some good tunes. August 9 to 11. More

80. Feast of St. Lawrence
Join us on Saturday, August 10th for our Market Street Celebration. We celebrate the world famous St. Lawrence Market and Market Street with outdoor food stalls and seating areas, farm fresh produce, live music at the Audi FEAST Stage, kids entertainment, games and activities and more. August 10. Free. More

81. Humber Bay Shores Waterfront Festival
Activities for all ages, talent shows, music, artisan booths, Farmer’s Market booths, a kids zone and a plethora of attractions entertain you and your family on Marine Parade Drive. August 10. Free admission. More

82. Sweets Food Festival
Celebrating the world of confectionery is what this festival is all about. Local chefs and students will be showcasing their culinary talents. A variety of sweet treats and summer eats will be ready at your pleasure. Bring out your friends and family and try a variety of innovative creations. Features live entertainment. On Saturday Night, Sweetery will be hosting its very own movie night right on the lawns of David Pecaut Square! August 10 and 11. Admission is free. More

83. The Krinos Taste of the Danforth
Toronto's annual Taste of the Danforth is happening from August 9 to August 11. This year, the festival celebrates its 26th anniversary! Great food from local vendors along with lots of free entertainment and fun. There’s something for everyone! Free admission. More

84. Oakville Children's Festival
Juno Award-winning singer songwriter Norman Foote will hit the stage with his unique blend of music. Included in the festival line-up are performances by the Lumberjack Show, the eclectic Zoosemobile, stunt ventriloquist Tim Holland, the Ben Show, and CanSpin Awards Hooper of the Year Isabella Hoops. August 17. Free admission. ​More

85. Summer Music in the Garden at Harbourfront
The popular Summer Music in the Garden concert series returns for another season by the shores of Lake Ontario. Treat yourself to 18 free concerts this summer, featuring outstanding artists and a wide range of musical styles. Until September 15. More

86. Pan American Food and Music Festival
The seventh annual PanAm Fest will be presented on August 17 and 18, 2019, with a programming focus on Cuban food and music in celebration of Latin and Pan American cuisine and culture. Free admission. More

87. Toronto Chinatown Festival
This 2-days event is filled with many performances, foods and goods to be explored on Spadina. It's a great weekend to spend in Chinatown for fun experiences. The theme for 2019 is “12 Chinese Zodiac”. August 17 and 18. Free admission. More

88. The City of Burlington’s Children’s Festival
Come celebrate City of Burlington's annual Children's Festival! Celebrating being a kid with activities, interactive games, bouncers, face painting and more! August 18. Free admission. More

89. Open Streets TO
Open Streets are programs where the streets are temporarily opened to people and closed to cars. People traffic replaces car traffic, and the streets become “paved parks” where people of all ages, abilities, and social, economic, and ethnic backgrounds can come out and improve their health. August 18. Free. More

90. TAIWANFest at Harbourfront
TAIWANfest returns to Toronto and celebrates Vietnam for this weekend-long festival. August 23 to 25. Free admission. More

91. Tommy Thompson Park Butterfly Festival
Through the many activities, nature hikes and educational displays at this year’s FREE event, visitors can discover the more than 55 species of butterflies and moths recorded to date at the park. August 24. More

92. Scarborough Afro-Carif Festival​
Afro-Carib Fest (ACF) is a FREE fun-filled weekend for the whole family to celebrate the diversity of African and Caribbean cultures through music, arts, dance, and cuisine. August 24 and 25. More

93. Summer Evenings – Treats Friday at Scarborough Museum
Guests are invited to watch a different historic treat being made every Friday in the summer! Taste the special treat, tour the historic buildings and play games all afternoon in the wonderful atmosphere of Scarborough Museum. Free. More

94. Cultural Performing Arts Series at Evergreen Brick Works
Featuring diverse musical and dance performances from May to October. Evergreen's Cultural Performing Arts Series will feature four free music and dance performances designed to activate the space, engage the community and highlight Toronto's diverse arts and culture landscape. Until October. More

95. Summer Sodas at Spadina Museum
Mix up a fruity summer soda and enjoy it on the beautiful grounds of Spadina Museum. Come up with your own soda flavor and design a bottle label. Once you're fortified with a cool drink, challenge your friends to an outdoor game like badminton, croquet, or quoits. July and August. Free. More

96. BuskerFest
It's spontaneous, it's outrageous; it's fun, funny and fabulous - there is literally something for everyone at the Toronto International BuskerFest for Epilepsy. Music, magic and mime; feats of the impossible, and the ridiculous performed by comedians, fire jugglers, acrobats, aerial artists, clowns, daredevils, beat boxers, break-dancers and much more. Four days of non-stop, action-packed fun! August 30 to September 2. Free admission. More

97. Toronto Dragon Festival
The festival welcomes local artists and people with different cultural and ethnic backgrounds.With Dragons, drums and gongs, acrobatics, martial arts, folk dances and songs as well as folk arts and crafts. Of course, there are also mouth-watering Chinese and Asian style specialty food. September 6 to 8. Free admission. More

98. Labour Day Weekend Festival at Harbourfront
Big Voices, Big Stages: Wrap up the summer at Harbourfront Centre with an eclectic array of musicians who bring down the house with their larger than life sounds. August 30 to September 2. Free. More

99. Summer Evenings - World Games Wednesdays at Scarborough Museum
Wednesdays are World Games days at Scarborough Museum, where visitors can play giant games, go on a scavenger hunt, and guess the number of jelly beans for a prize! Sample Victorian curry and iced tea while you enjoy all the activities! Wednesdays in July and August. Free. More

100. Sun Life Financial Museum + Arts Pass Program
Visit some of Toronto's top attractions with the Sun Life Financial Museum + Arts Pass for Free. The program allows Toronto families to borrow a limited number of free family passes to local museums, art galleries and other participating venues in the same way they would borrow library materials. More

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