Family-Friendly Activities in Toronto

It seems like in the blink of an eye school’s out and you’re suddenly left scrambling, trying to figure what to do with the kids. The good news is that there are a ton of family-friendly activities in Toronto this summer to partake in that will appease everyone, and keep boredom at bay. Here are some of the top family-friendly activities to check out in Toronto this summer.

Snorkel With Stingrays At Ripley’s Aquarium

Since the Ripley’s Aquarium opened it’s doors in 2013 in Toronto, it’s become one of the most popular attractions throughout the city. And it’s not hard to see why. Beyond the awesome aquarium that you and the kids can enjoy, there are also numerous other family-friendly activities to enjoy that will really crank up the fun factor. Kids that are ages six and up can swim and snorkel with stingrays in Ray Bay, accompanied by a Ripley’s diver. You and the family can have fun getting a behind the scenes tour with some of the stars of the aquarium.

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Jr. Jays Saturdays

Summer in Toronto means a ball game has to be involved at least once. And with the Jr. Jays program, you can bring the family to any Saturday home game to take in the action while participating in kid-friendly activities while you get to relax and enjoy the action. Kids can win prizes, or even be selected for stadium activities like Jr. Jay Announcer for the bottom half of an inning, or a moment of fame up on the video board, and for fans 14 ages and older, they can run around the bases after the game.

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FringeKids Club At The Fringe Festival

If you’ve got theatrical lovers in the family then this is the place to check out this summer. The FringeKids Club was created for kid-friendly performances, with plenty of theatre-based activities that they can have fun with. This club is located at the George Ignatieff Theatre where kids can enjoy free activities. You can also catch a FringeKid performance, with this year’s puppet adaptation of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream and the comedy Pirates Don’t Babysit! Shows costs $5 per person.

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Redpath Waterfront Festival

If you’re looking for something unique to check out in celebration of the Canada Day weekend, head over to the Redpath Waterfront Festival. Here you can check out the fleet of tall ships, which includes the largest Viking ship built in modern times.  Aside from deck tours, kids can participate on the free navy-themed obstacle course, and fuel up on some tasty food from local bakers and chefs. There will also be tons of artisanal goods and even a dog show to check out. This is literally the place to be for everyone to enjoy – even your furry loved one. For more information, click here:

If you’re wondering how to appease the kids this summer, check out some of these awesome family-friendly events that are happening in Toronto this summer.



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