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March Break Adventures

Raise your hand if you’ve ever asked yourself, “What am I going to do with the kids during March Break?” Much like the holidays, spring break always seems to sneak up on us, but not this year! March Break 2020 will be different. This list of fun-filled activities will help you conquer March Break.

Royal Ontario Museum – Sink your teeth in the ROM-original exhibition Bloodsuckers. Discover 30,000 species that feed on blood and learn why creatures like bats inspired mythical stories like Dracula.

Day Camps – Sports, science, baking, you name it. There are plenty of camps suited to meet your child’s interests. A lot of camps are flexible too. Whether you want a full week or half a day, there’s always a camp to fit your schedule.

Geocaching – Go on an urban scavenger hunt and get to know your neighbourhood by doing geocaching. Download the geocaching app on your mobile device and find treasures that other players have hidden in neighbourhoods across the city.

Indoor Gardens – Take a “break” from winter and get a taste of spring, by visiting Allan Gardens or the Centennial Park Conservatory.

Ontario Place – Enjoy the season before it’s too late with bonfire, skating and light show exhibition at Ontario Place. Cap the night off with a movie at the Cinesphere theatre.

Go on a walk – Whether it is by the beach or in a park, going on a walk is the perfect activity to witness the change in the season, get exercise and spend intimate time with the family.

Museum of Illusions – The perfect place for a family photograph, if you want the photo to look like you are standing on the ceiling! The Museum of Illusions is packed with mind-boggling puzzles and optical illusions that will leave your family wanting more.

Winter Sports – One of the best parts of the season is winter sports. Enjoy skate at one of the city’s free skating rinks, go tobogganing, or try an ice cube scavenger hunt before winter ends.

Terra Lumina – Toronto Zoo – Take your little ones by the hand and lead them on a journey into the future–year 2099! Experience the Toronto Zoo after dark for a multimedia light show. This walking tour features several holographic animations paired with inspirational messages meant to inform the present. The tour runs all March Break long!

Blue Mountain – Take a trip to one of Ontario’s largest resorts for some winter fun on and off the slopes. Fill your days with skiing, interactive activities, performances, fireworks and much more. It’s fun the whole family can enjoy!