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5 free things to do in Toronto this week

Free events in Toronto this week are all about getting cultured on the cheap at some of the city's biggest museums. The AGO will soon be free for anyone under 25 while the ROM and MOCA are waiving admission this week. Open Doors is back and it's the first PS Kensington of the season.

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    • May 21
      It's a blanket, snack, and hot cocoa affair with some of Toronto's best storytellers gathering around the fire to share their fascinating tales.
      Dufferin Grove Park
    • May 25
      The AGO is opening its doors totally free for anyone under 25 during this new all-day art party throughout the museum and late into the night.
    • May 25
      Folks are gathering in celebration of John Lennon and Yoko Ono's famous Bed-In with a day of comfy blankets, music, art, games and picnics.
      Trinity Bellwoods
    • May 25-26
      Historical buildings are getting an airing out as Doors Open returns to see some of the city's most fascinating buildings welcome the public.
      Multiple Venues
    • May 26
      Music, food, art, shopping, activities and more are all part of this annual street festival that sees Kensington go car-free for the day.
      Kensington Market
    Lead photo by

    Jesse Milns

Lead photo by

Jesse Milns

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