5 Fun Attractions to Visit this March Break

Toronto is beaming with family-friendly attractions that offer limitless things for kids to do. This March Break, head out to these 5 Toronto attractions that are guaranteed to provide tons of family fun with special programming.

Here's your chance to explore our great city - it's the ultimate March Break family bucket list!

And, don't forget to enter our March Break Fun in Toronto Contest, for a chance to win family passes to these attractions! Enter here.

Curious Creatures Exhibit at Ripley's Aquarium

1. Get ready to explore the NEW Curious Creatures exhibit at Ripley's Aquarium of Canada. From the most remote corners of our blue planet, you will journey from coast to coast and encounter extraordinary sea life, stories and artifacts along the way. From giant isopods and peacock mantis shrimp to various artifacts, immerse yourself into the strange and brilliant life of Robert “Believe It or Not!” Ripley. Step back in time and sail through the life of Robert Ripley (1890-1949), the iconic “Believe It or Not!” cartoonist, explorer, reporter, adventurer, and collector who travelled to 201 countries in 35 years seeking the odd, the unusual, and the unexplained. Included with general admission. More info

Castle Builders at Ontario Science Centre

2. It’s all about robotics this March Break at the Ontario Science Centre. From animatronic monkeys to quadcopter drones to a Canadian Space Agency science rover, we’ve rounded up the best in bots! Through live demonstrations, hands-on activities and challenge-driven workshops, learn about the design, construction, operation and current – and near future – uses of robots. There's a long list of other special activities too! And, see the new exhibition: Castle Builder! Builders of all ages and skill levels can build their own toy castle - brick by brick. Add defensive features to make your castle difficult to attack and test your fortress designs with a catapult. More info

Solve the Mystery at Black Creek Pioneer Village

3. Solve the Mystery at Black Creek Pioneer Village during March Break! The game is afoot! Junior Detectives are needed to help Sherlock Holmes and Watson to solve the Case of the Missing Jewels! There are also Maple Syrup Adventures to explore. Watch out for sticky fingers, literally. Starting at 12:00 each day, delve into the delicious world of maple syrup. Kids 14 and under visit for FREE all week long! Up to 4 kids are admitted Free with adult admission. More info

City Sightseeing Toronto

4. Enjoy the fun and informative commentary of live guides and take in the city sights as you relax aboard a double decker with City Sightseeing Toronto. It's the perfect way to check out some of Toronto's best attractions. More info

March Break at the CN Tower

5. This March Break make the CN Tower your next big adventure. Explore the world’s #1 elevator ride, LookOut and Glass Floor observation levels, plus enjoy March Break activities. At a height of 553.33m (1,815 ft., 5 inches), the CN Tower is Canada’s National Tower, an engineering wonder and Toronto’s must see. Special activities will focus on National Engineering Month. Join Inna Gertsberg, author of THE WAY DOWNTOWN: Adventures in Public Transit for fun activities celebrating the various ways of moving people around the city. Step into the film A Wrinkle in Time and search for Dr. Murry yourself in the A Wrinkle in Time: Race the Darkness escape room experience, and much more! More info

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