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5 free things to do in Toronto this week

Free things to do in Toronto this week mean putting that money away and having fun on the cheap. You can catch a huge fireworks show at Cavalcade of Lights or check out the Beaches all lit up. The CP Holiday Train is rolling through and Union Station is getting a huge new skating rink.

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    • November 28
      A big Canadian Pacific freight train is getting cute for the holidays with hundreds of Christmas decorations strewn across it, stopping in Toronto. Donations are appreciated.
      Lambton Yard Office
    • November 29 - January 4
      Lace up for the opening of Toronto's newest outdoor skating rink as Union Station welcomes in folks to zip across the ice free of charge.
      Union Station
    • November 29 - February 15
      The Beaches is getting into the holiday spirit as the annual lights festival returns with thousands of twinkling lights that will line the boardwalk.
      The Beaches Boardwalk
    • November 30
      The dark night sky is about to be lit up during this free fireworks show alongside the first lighting of the Christmas tree, music and skating.
      Nathan Phillips Square
    • December 1 - January 6
      Back again is this sparkly walkthrough to feature over 14 million reversible sequins covering the entire space.
      Yonge + St. Clair
    Lead photo by

    Sue Holland

Lead photo by

Sue Holland

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