These are some of the Best Family Friendly Things To Do In Toronto with your kids this year. Whether you are there for a weekend, a staycation or a week long vacation this is a great city to enjoy with your family. Amazing culture, food and of course excellent places to stay and explore make it a family friendly destination in Canada that your family will love.
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Best Family Friendly Things To Do In Toronto
CN Tower. Experience spectacular views and the highest of heights by taking the elevator to the top. This building is 112 stories high and features a great glass elevator as well as observation deck at the top. A perfect place to take in the views of the whole city.
Bata Shoe Museum. This will be a huge hit with the ladies and girls. Not only will you see the changes of footwear over the years, you will have a chance to actively learn, touch and try on various styles that are no longer popular but once were the favorites of men and women alike. They also host fun interactive exhibits for kids and adults year round.
Canada’s Wonderland. A family friendly roller coaster filled amusement park is of course the perfect family friendly thing to do in Toronto this year. With tons of rides and experiences for all ages it is a definite fun destination to visit with your kids this year.
Ontario Science Center. This is a perfect location for that curious kid that needs and wants hands on activities. Not only will it be a great place to learn some fun things while on vacation, but it is also an excellent place to let them just be kids and touch things while they play.
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Hockey Hall Of Fame. For sports enthusiasts this is a great stop on your family vacation to Toronto. Kids can even have fun playing to test their skills while parents watch or learn more about all of the great hockey players and their skills that represent Canada as a leader n the sport.
High Park Zoo. Every family vacation should include a trip to the zoo and this does not disappoint. This zoo is not only a great sanctuary for the animals, but offers up fun hands on experiences for kids. Get close to many animals and interact safely with zoo personal nearby.
These are some of the best family friendly things to do in Toronto on your next weekend getaway or family vacation. Plan ahead for great food, hotel and travel experiences by researching the best places to stay near these fun locations.
19 thoughts on “Best Family Friendly Things To Do In Toronto”
Thanks for sharing the tips, I love to do family time with my son.
I’d like to visit High Park Zoo. In fact, we’re overdue for a zoo visit.
Toronto is only 2 hours from we live. I have not been there. I hope someday I can bring my family with me, but first I need to apply for my son’s US passport. He is the only that has an expire passport.
That science center sounds amazing for my son!
I would love to visit Toronto some day. Looks beautiful!
Never been but it sounds like theres lots to do!
I would love to visit Toronto. Looks like great things to go with the family.
I’m curious about Canada’s Wonderland and Ontario’s Science Center. Seems like a fun experience not just for the kids but for adults too.
Until you mentioned it, I had forgotten that I visited that shoe museum last time I was in Toronto. We loved it!
I have never been to Canada. I hear it is cold so hockey would be one ting to see and do.
I have not been to the top of the CN Tower since the mid 80’s. It was an interesting ride up.
And my most favorite place to visit is Canada’s Wonderland. I use to go there a lot with friends.
I’ve always wanted to head to Toronto, it’s on my bucket list. Now I can add these places to my list too. It looks like so much fun!
Great ideas! I hope to visit Toronto one day!
I love Toronto, Lived there for a Year! Thanks!
I’ve only ever been to the Toronto airport but I wish we had had the time to explore a bit, there’s so much to do!
Toronto looks beautiful! I hope to go visit one day 🙂
I haven’t been to Toronto in about 10 years, but I would love to get back one day. It’s a lovely city!
Love a good thrill ride! Canada’s Wonderland sounds like a lot of fun for kids and adults.