From museums to parks, and everywhere in between, Toronto is home to so many places that the whole family can enjoy. We asked our staff members where they like spend quality time with their loved ones, and this is what they had to say:

 

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High Park

"High Park is a great place for families - you can have a picnic, play sports, see animals at the zoo, and even go fishing in Grenadier Pond. And don't miss the cherry blossoms in the spring!"
- Howard

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Toronto Island

The Toronto Islands – specifically, Ward's Island. Great view of the city, and yet you feel so far from it. Lovely looking at the homes over there!” - Judy

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Taric Mosque

“On Family Day, I am planning to go for brunch at Taric Mosque - there is a fundraising event for Syrian families.” - Lubna

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Queen Street West

"Queen Street West and Kensington Market; for its antique & local stores, graffiti alley, art galleries, and long stretch of diverse restaurants." - Ella

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Nathan Phillips Square

“Skating at Nathan Phillips Square!” - Dayanne

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Harbourfront

“Depending on the weather, I would love to spend some quality time with my family at the Harbourfront. My typical type of enjoyment will be going on a lunch cruise, enjoying scenic beauty and feeling that calm winter breeze surrounded by the people I love most." - Dilani

“Ice Skating at Harbourfront Centre! Also, they have DJ Skate Nights every Saturday at that location." - Mehrraz

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The Theatre

“When the big shows come, we (my mom and I, especially) always try to get cheap tickets, and we like to see smaller shows too. Seeing Kinky Boots next Wednesday!” - Madison

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The Distillery District

The Distillery District and the antique market at St. Lawrence Market on Sunday mornings. Took my mom there last time she visited.

TIFF is also a great place to go with family. The TIFF Next Wave Film Festival for young movie lovers is on at the TIFF Bell Lightbox. The lineup looks awesome and it's free for youth from 14-18!”
- Annie

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St. Jacobs Farmers' Market

“About an hour outside of downtown Toronto is the Mennonite Farmers' Market in St. Jacobs. It is nice to see how people survived without today's technology...the simple life.” - Lucy

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The Auto Show

“With a house full of boys, they want to go to the Canadian International Auto Show.”
- Rashmi

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The Art Gallery of Ontario

“Kensington Market and St. Lawrence Market; the Art Gallery of Ontario has interactive kids stuff; the Royal Ontario Museum; Riverdale Farm is lovely; The Inuit Art Gallery if you're at Harbourfront; and Gooderham & Worts in the Distillery District.”
- Stephanie


Looking for some places to go this Family Day Weekend? Here are a few suggestions:

  • Family Sunday in the Beach | February 14 | 12pm - 4pm
  • Great Canadian Chill | February 15 | Yonge-Dundas Square 
  • Zion Schoolhouse | 1091 Finch Ave.E | February 15 | 1pm - 4pm
  • Purina Paws Way | 245 Queens Quay W. | February 15 | 11am - 5pm 
  • HarbourKIDS Snowglobe - Natrel Rink | 235 Queens Quay W. | February 15 | 11am - 5pm
  • Family Fun Fest | Downsview Park | February 13-15 | Child - $25, Adult - $8$
  • Hockey Hall of Frame | February 15 | 10am - 5pm - Up to a maximum of 4 youth (13 yrs & under) will be admitted FREE* with the purchase of one regular price adult admission

See a list of indoor and outdoor activities organized by the City of Toronto

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