10 things to do on Christmas Day in Toronto
There are still many fun and safe things to do on Christmas Day in Toronto this year. From skating on one of the many outdoor rinks to checking out festive lights, there's no shortage of options to celebrate the holiday.
Here are some things to do on Christmas Day in Toronto.
Homes in Toronto that have completely transformed with twinkly light displays and holiday decor so now's your chance to finally see them before the decorations are taken down for the year. And don't miss Kringlewood, a street filled with massive inflatable Santas on Inglewood Drive.
From a holiday market to outdoor live music showcases, visit Stackt Market for a day full of holiday celebrations. The market is also decked out in lights and festive decor to put you in the Christmas spirit. Try your hand at Crokicurl at their outdoor rink.
Put on your winter boots and take a hike at one of the city's winter hiking trails. It's predicted to be a white Christmas this year so round up your family and get some fresh air before or after your holiday meal.
Snow Magic has taken over Ontario Place for the holidays. Book a journey through their drive thru exhibit and then hang out by the lake and enjoy the views.
The skating rink is open along with Cavalcade of Lights where the lights will be illuminated between 5 p.m. and 11 p.m at night.
Casa Loma has transformed its gardens, walkways, and tunnels into a Christmas Castle. Go on a self-guided tour of the grounds to check out all the light displays.
Polar Winter Festival at Bandshell Park is full of twinkly lights, festive treats, a Christmas market, and a crystal tunnel. If you need to warm up after all that fun, stop by the holiday-themed cocktail bar that has fire pits to keep you cozy. There are other lights festivals in the city too including a whole neighbourhood decked out with displays.
We've all been guilty of being too lazy to cook during the holidays so why not support a local business and grab takeout from one of the many restaurants open on Christmas Day.
Jack Landau at Cavalcade of Lights
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