things to do in toronto this week

10 things to do in Toronto this week

Events in Toronto this week are all about staying safe, social distancing and avoiding large gatherings while still having fun. You can celebrate the winter solstice at a night market or visit the Candian Tire Christmas Trail for its last few days.

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    • November 13 - December 23
      Visit the last few days of this interactive drive-thru experience that will transport you to the North Pole. Experience the holiday magic full of thousands of twinkling lights, entertainment, and special appearances from various Christmas characters.
      Black Creek Pioneer Village
    • November 18 - December 31
      The annual Toronto Christmas Market returns with a new name. Explore the new modern market under the twinkly lights and celebrate the start of the holiday season with a tree lighting ceremony on the first night.
      The Distillery District
    • November 25 - December 26
      Walk through the grounds and check out the Christmas market for some handmade gifts during the last few days of the festival. You can ride a Christmas train and make sure to stop by the holiday-themed cocktail bar that has fire pits to keep you warm.
      Bandshell Park
    • November 25 - December 30
      Walk the grounds of the beloved castle and go on a self-guided tour through the gardens, walkways, and tunnels as you explore the thousands of lights that illuminate the castle.
      Casa Loma
    • November 27 - December 31
      The neighbourhood has transformed into a winter wonderland filled with light tunnels and a giant Christmas tree.
      The Village of Yorkville Park
    • November 27 - January 7
      With light tunnels, beams of light animating City Hall, the annual city tree, and glowing ice sculptures in an enchanted forest, there are a ton of new installations to explore.
      Nathan Phillips Square
    • December 1-31
      This Canadian classic game that combines curling and crokinole might be the perfect outdoor activity for small groups. Happening most days during the week you just need to get your tickets in advance.
      stackt market
    • December 5 - January 8
      Discover the outdoor window everyone is talking about on Ronvesvalles. The structure is made of 60 magically hued towers, multi-coloured viaducts, massive mountains and a hidden shark’s lair .
      LEGOMETROPOLITAN
    • November 29 - January 2
      Celebrate the holiday season at Union Holiday on their outdoor skating rink. Open daily.
      Union Holiday—Presented by TD Outdoor Skating Rink
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Hector Vasquez


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