This Halloween, you never know what might be around the next corner at these farms haunted by children of the corn!
A former city and now a district within Toronto, Etobicoke was an old farming community before World War II. It has now become a “collection of towns, villages and special places” and a huge contributor to what makes Toronto as vibrant as it is. One of the best places to enjoy stunning views of Downtown Toronto Skyline, Etobicoke also has great art galleries, offers unique cultural experiences and great splendid outdoor recreational opportunities.
Home to various museums and cultural centres celebrating diversity, North York is a suburban district of Toronto that includes neighbourhoods like Lawrence Park, York Mills, Bayview Village and Jane & Finch. This unique district offers various opportunities to get a closer look at several different cultures as well as learn… Read More >>
Sit back and relax as you set sail from Toronto Harbour, enjoying views of the iconic Toronto Skyline and and beautiful Lake Ontario. Whether you want to celebrate with your special someone or get the family together for a summer outing, there are plenty of options to choose from!
Whether you want to go bar hopping, or treat yourselves to best chocolate from award winning chocolatiers, delicacies from across the world from Jewish bagels, to Goat Curry, or want to discover the spookiest corner of Toronto, you will find a guided tour that suites your budget.
Summer is the season for road-tripping! All you need is some food, good music and an adventurous spirit to hit the road and discover hidden gems. The Georgian Bay area is an ecology focused destination with two international Biosphere reserves giving it a unique status and remarkable sites to explore and discover.
Toronto – Blue Mountain – Tobemory – Manitoulin Island – Sudbury – Killarney – Parry Sound -Wasaga Beach – Toronto
Looking for something new and exciting to do with the family that doesn’t include long car rides and endless “are we there yet”? Here are 25 top picks of fun, interactive and educational activities to suit every age group.
Leave the city behind for the day and discover a whole new world of possibilities! Here are few one-day outings that you can plan with friends or your special someone that pack in as much fun, history and adventure as possible.
Whether you prefer beaches, mountains, waterfalls or cities, there are countless breathtaking scenes of majestic wilderness and cultural urban delights within 5 to 6 hours of drive for every visitor to find something to do for summer or for your next long weekend.
Although Ontario doesn’t have the brilliant Eiffel Tower or enchanting Venice canals, Ontario does offer a plethora of quaint towns, majestic parks and breathtaking natural wonders to make it a great destination for romantic getaway.
A trip to the zoo is both fun, and educational experience for all. Here is a list of zoos and petting zoos in Greater Toronto Area. Petting Zoos that are part of working farms (See Family Fun Farms) are not mentioned in the following list. 1.Toronto Zoo Things to do: Walk over 10 kms… Read More >>
10 Fun Farms to visit in GTA Visit a farm this weekend with kids – make a day out of it and have a farm to fork learning experience. Pick your own vegetables or fruits, go on hay rides, enjoy getting lost in the mazes, feed farm animals, have old fashioned outdoor playtime and go… Read More >>
Dreaming of a weekend away with the one you love but you’re on a budget and options seem limited. Here are some budget-friendly suggestion to create those special memories together.
Take a road trip from Niagara Falls to Quebec City, covering some of the top tourist destinations in Canada.
Starting from the home of the famous Falls, the Niagara Falls, visit the dynamic, multi-cultural metropolis of Toronto, then to Kingston, a UNESCO World Heritage Destination and the Gateway to the 1000 Islands. Continue to Ottawa, Canada’s Capital! Second most populated city of Canada and Quebec’s economic and cultural capital is the penultimate destination, and end your trip at North America’s oldest and most magnificent settlements, Quebec City.
Thinking of going on a cruise? Explore Ontario through its myriad of rivers, and waterways! From intimate, romantic and cozy cruises that span a week to short boat trips, you have plenty of options to suit every budget from Windsor to Moosonee and Ottawa to Kenora!
This summer jump off a cliff into Canada’s Largest Outdoor Freshwater Swimming Pool!
Toronto is a dynamic, multi-cultural metropolis with no shortage of things to see and do. The city’s events and festivals draw people from all over the world and the perennial attractions are sure to be on most traveler’s bucket list. Between film festivals, culinary events, major sporting events, live music and theatre, you’ll have a hard time deciding what to see and do during your stay. To help you, here are some suggested itineraries no matter how long you have to spend.
Kingston, also known as the “limestone city”, was the First Capital city of Canada. Now, a UNESCO World Heritage Destination and the Gateway to the 1000 Islands, Kingston is alive with cultural celebrations and more than two dozen museums, historic sites, and art galleries to explore. As most tourist sights are closed during the winter it would be best to schedule your visit between May and October.
This Mother’s Day, why not create some lasting memories and show her how much you appreciate her with the gift of time together. Here are 10 ideas for unforgettable weekend getaways to celebrate Mother’s Day in Ontario.
The beautiful city of Peterborough is just 140 km from downtown Toronto, making it the perfect destination for a day away. With a population of almost 79,000, Peterborough is a beautiful mix of city and country and it offers something for everyone.
Leave the hustle and bustle of Toronto behind and escape to Ontario’s feel good town – Rich in history, beautiful beaches, shopping and culinary tours!
Conquer your fear of heights at Canada’s Wonderland, appreciate priceless Canadian art at McMichael Canadian Art Collection, surround you with a million Lego blocks at Legoland, discover creepy crawlers at Reptilia, explore forests and meadows at Kortright Centre, go picnicking at Boyd Conservation area, take your toddler to Jungleland playground, spend a rainy day playing laser tag or indoor mini golf, or celebrate birthdays, bachelor(ette) parties at any of the fun indoor entertainment centres in Vaughan.
Visiting Toronto with your toddler? Here is a list of attractions that are fun for you and your big bundle of joy.Things to do in Toronto with Toddlers 1. Toronto Zoo Enjoy a visit to the largest zoo in Canada and 3rd largest zoo in the world. With over 5000 animals,… Read More >>
If you are looking for a perfect, inexpensive weekend getaways from GTA to relax and rejuvenate: look no further than Ontario Provincial Parks. Whether you want to camp out under the stars, hike rolling woodlands and bio diverse marshes, or just laze around at Lake Ontario/Simcoe/Erie beaches – provincial parks in… Read More >>