10 Toronto Attractions Where Kids Can Go To Camp

Toronto Zoo Camp

The city of Toronto and surrounding areas have some great attractions that make our city proud. GTA and Toronto kids are even luckier because they can actually go to camp at these amazing tourist destinations and beloved family attractions. Think museums, galleries, historical sites, the science centre, amusement parks and much more ... for kids' summer fun adventures!

AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario)
Campers can be a part of this innovative day camp that encourages exciting connections between art, culture, and ideas! One and two week camps for children ages 5-13, emphasize self-expression and allow young artists to discover and play while exploring the AGO's galleries and collections. Campers create amazing art projects with our artist instructors, focusing on both contemporary and traditional artmaking practices, while using a wide variety of materials and techniques. Camp runs July 2 to August 30, 2019. Extended care available. More

Black Creek Pioneer Village
Black Creek Pioneer Village Day Camps provide summer fun for kids ages 5-17. Imaginations come to life at Black Creek Pioneer Village Day Camps! Campers engage their interests and explore their curiosities in a safe environment staffed by experienced and knowledgeable adult counsellors. Camps are run on a week-by-week basis, with each week following an exciting theme. Camps run July 2 to August 30. Extended care available. More

Design Exchange
In July and August, Design Exchange offers engaging camps for young designers ages 6 to 14. Conveniently located in the heart of Toronto’s Financial District, the former Toronto Stock Exchange building offers a unique environment for these specialized camp sessions. A qualified team of experienced education staff and instructors leads the programs. Programs include: Rocking Roller Coasters (STEM), Is This Real Life: Adventures in Augmented Reality, Otherworldly Frontiers: From Space to the Sea, Sustainable Design Foundations, From Rags to Reusables, Rad Robots and Cool Coding, Chemistry Exploration, Fashion for Good, The Great Outdoors, Wearable Tech, DIY Podcast: Share your Design Story, Tasty Design, It’s An Upcycled World, Paint The City and Super Structures. Extended care available. More

Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory
Spend a week as an entomologist and discover the world of bugs! This year's theme is Pollinator Power: Butterflies, Bees & Beetles. We'll learn all about what makes pollinators special and why they're super important. A typical day at camp includes bug-hunts, time behind the scenes in the Conservatory, and crafts & activities. Campers will meet lots of bugs up close & personal during our adventures. Junior and Senior programs are available and camp runs July 15 to August 16. Extended care available. More

Ontario Science Centre
Keep young minds happy and active this summer with exciting experiments, hands-on exhibits and interactive discovery at the Ontario Science Centre’s Day Camps! Programs offered: Little Scientists (4-5 year olds), Little Astronauts (4-5 year olds), Space Explorers (5-12 year olds), Making Waves (5-12 year olds) and Science Centre Innovators (13-14 year olds). Camp runs from July 8 to August 30. Extended care available. More

Campers can hand-feed a gecko, help hold one of the world’s largest snakes, or cheer on their favorite hard-shelled competitor in our legendary turtle race! It’s a camp experience of a lifetime and one that promotes inclusion. Each ReptiCamper plays a fun, yet vital role on our special Eco-Ambassador Team – where they will not only discover new friendships, but also the importance of the coolest animals on Earth. Catering to kids ranging in age from 4-12 years old, each select camp program nurtures interactivity. Camp counselors are passionate, confident reptiles handlers with experience working with kids, ensuring a safe and stimulating environment for ReptiCampers. From exclusive backstage zoo tours, live animal encounters, basic zookeeping skills, to arts & crafts, and much more – it’s all a part of the ReptiCamp adventure that your child will be bursting with excitement to share at the end of each day! Extended care available. Locations in Vaughan and Whitby. More

McMichael Canadian Art Collection
With a unique combination of spectacular grounds overlooking the Humber River Valley and a world-famous art collection, the McMichael provides an unmatched backdrop for children’s art camps. Driven by the talent of the best young artists and art instructors in the GTA, each camp involves gallery viewing, outdoor activities, and in-studio artmaking to allow campers to discover their own creative power, and meet new friends while exploring The Art of Canada. Camp runs July 2 to August 23. Extended care available. For ages 5 to 15. More

Sky Zone
Sign up for SkyCamp this summer! Kids can have fun while staying active, with instructor-led activities like age-appropriate exercise and Ultimate Dodgeball. It's easy and hassle-free for parents: Drop them off and camp staff will make sure they have the best experience ever. Sky Zone is the world’s first indoor trampoline park – inventors of “fun fitness” and makers of trampolines as far as the eye can see. Sky Zone gives you one of the greatest workouts ever combined with awesome, healthy fun. Experience WOW – the weightlessness of bouncing, flipping and landing in a pit filled with 10,000 foam cubes. Sky Zone has locations in Toronto, Mississauga, Vaughan and Whitby. Extended care available. More

Toronto Historic Sites
Toronto History Museums and the Cultural Centres offer dozens of high-quality and stimulating camps for children 4 to 17 years of age. City camps are conveniently located across the city, are safe and staffed by experienced and trained counsellors, and offer topics and experiences for a range of cultures, interests and communities. Locations include Cedar Ridge Creative Centre, Colborne Lodge, Gibson House Museum, Montgomery's Inn, Scarborough Museum, Spadina Museum and Todmorden Mills. Extended care available. More

Toronto Zoo
Sign up for camp at the Toronto Zoo for the "WILDEST" time in Toronto. Connect with nature at Zoo Camp, a unique opportunity to explore wildlife from around the world. A variety of themes are offered unique to the Zoo setting including baby animals, careers, adaptations, and more! Adventures include indoor/outdoor activities, behind-the-scenes opportunities, games, crafts, and safe, rewarding FUN! Zoo Camp is a wild week-long animal adventure where you will: See and learn about hundreds of amazing animals including our polar bears, penguins and Amur tigers! Enjoy exclusive opportunities to meet Zoo keepers, go behind-the-scenes, and have close encounters with outreach animals! More

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