Kids Activities in Toronto
Best Kids Activities in Toronto
Kids grow up too fast, so as parents we want to give them the best childhood memories. At Toronto, there are numerous kids’ activities that little ones will surely enjoy. Well, not only the kids but also parents have a lot of fun too! Moreover, these activities serve as an opportunity for family bonding and relaxation. Here are some of the best kids’ activities in Toronto you may want to try with your family:
Enjoy rides at Centreville Amusement Park
Unlike any other amusement parks, the Centreville Amusement Park is truly unique as it is situated in Toronto’s Centre Island. You’ll have to get on a ferry and ride your way to the park – that’s the first enjoyable activity here. But more of the fun happens at the amusement park as it houses over 30 rides and attractions including an antique Ferris Wheel, a train on tracks with several railway stations, bumper cars, mini roller coaster, car rides on tracks, and a lot more! It even has a horror house and a little town with buildings of a real town. Latest additions were a petting farm and a splash pad.
There are also many food choices at Centreville Amusement Park like O’Bumble’s Ice Cream Parlor, Scoops Ice Cream Wagon, Pizza Pizza, Sister Sara’s Cake Shoppe, Funnel Cake Shop, Uncle Al’s Smokehouse Grill, to name a few.
It might be an old-fashioned play place but the happiness it brings to kids and their families are comparable to that of modern amusement parks.
Centreville Amusement Park is located at 9 Queens Quay West, Toronto, Ontario. It is open from May through October and the ferry that takes guests there leaves every 15 minutes from the Toronto Ferry Docks at the foot of Bay Street.
Discover Something New at Ontario Science Centre
If you expect that a science museum would be boring, this one will change your mind. Many families visit the Ontario Science Centre for its unique activities and challenges. They offer seasonal Day Camps where kids experience exciting experiments, hands-on exhibits, as well as the interactive facilities of the center. Birthday Parties can also be celebrated here. They recommend several age-appropriate activities and host the party for two hours while you sit back and enjoy the moment. Afterwards, you can spend the day at the Ontario Science Centre with your guests for more fun!
The Ontario Science Centre is located 770 Don Mills Road, North York, Ontario. It is just across St. Dennis Drive, just a few blocks away from Flemingdon Park.
Experience Countryside at Riverdale Farm
Missing the good old days when there are no cellphones and you just used to play outside? Let your kids experience it too! Visit Riverdale Farm in Old Cabbagetown where they can play in lush green spaces and play with farm animals. There are many animals to see there, including rabbits, goats, lambs, horses, pigs, cows, chickens, and a lot more. They also have vegetables and flower garden. You might still remember to use your phones while here, not because you’re bored but for taking pictures of your kids in this beautiful farm.
You can also visit the Old Cabbagetown after your tour at the Riverdale Farm. This old historic town still has its well-preserved Victorian homes. After walking around the town, you can dine at nearby restaurants like Epicure Shop, St. Jamestown Delicatessen, or at the House of Parliament. Or buy take out food and have picnic at the Riverdale Park West.
Riverdale Farm is located at 201 Winchester Street, Toronto, Ontario. It is within Old Cabbagetown and is adjacent to Riverdale Park West and Sam Pollock Baseball Diamond, across Toronto Necropolis. If you’re a tourist and is staying at the Winchester Toronto, the farm is just a short walk across the street.
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