This video presents “Activities for kids in Toronto during March Break.”
- “CityNews reporter Rima Kar with how to keep them busy every day of the week.”
Here are some great activities before, during and after March Break (March 10 -16).
- Most activities and events are FREE.
Indoor And Outdoor Family Fun in Ontario
- There are over 330 provincial parks in Ontario, with more than 100 providing visitor facilities.
- Tap into fun at Bronte Creek for the Maple Syrup Festival open daily during March break.
- Stretch your wings and head to Rondeau to learn more about the park’s feathered friends at Wings of Spring.
- Hike spectacular trails at The Pinery and join one of the daily exciting educational programs with park naturalists
- Find out more about Ontario’s provincial parks.
- Discover the wonders of science, explore nature and travel through space during March Break Madness at Science North
- View sharks, barracudas, moray eels, moon jellies and stingrays (and touch some of them, too) at Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada
- Meet fascinating animals and reptiles, like anacondas and caymans, from the world’s swamps and wetlands at the Swamp Creatures exhibit at the Butterfly Conservatory in Niagara Falls
- Take a trip around the world – see demonstrations of samurai skills, write your name in hieroglyphs or build a LEGO city inspired by the Forbidden City at the Royal Ontario Museum
- Spot waterfowl and raptors on more than eight kilometers of self-guided nature trails at the Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary
- Explore the wonders of the universe from one of the largest telescopes in central Canada at the David Thompson Astronomical Observatory in Thunder Bay.
- Also, the Ontario government and seven partners have launched the Ontario Children’s Outdoor Charter.
- Download an activity passport to track progress in completing 12 outdoor activities.
- Plan more winter adventures with your family.
- You’re Invited: Ontario’s Friendly Neighbourhood Youth Road Hockey Challenge March 15, 2014