What You Can Do With Your Family On Family Day
It's the first Family Day Ontario's had, so you can't be blamed for not really knowing what to do with it. Luckily, a new day off (for those fortunate enough to get one) can be a good reason to start new traditions.
So what can you do with your family on the day dedicated to it? Here are just 10 of many ideas.
Top places to go in Toronto that are offering special Family Day rates.
get 50% off the regular admission price.
Children get in free when accompanied by a paying adult.
Buy one get one free deal on all admission packages.
Gadgets and Gizmos, Family Toy Building Workshop
Adults: $29.50, Seniors/Youth: $23.50, Children: $19.50
Adult: $20, Students/Seniors: $17, Children (5-14): $14, Kids 4 and under are free
12:30pm to 4:30pm
Kew Gardens has a petting zoo and there are extended family skate hours at the Kew rink. Hot chocolate stands are open on Queen St. East. There's also face- painting and balloons.
Admission: $4 to $30
In honour of the new Chinese Lunar Year and the zodiac, the Bata Shoe Museum is dedicating this year's Family Day event to the animal world.
Honour the new holiday with a picture of your family next to the Stanley Cup. Explore Canada's national sport and get a free wristband for your kids from 10am to 5pm.
Canadian International Autoshow - Metro Toronto Convention Centre / Rogers Centre
Admission: $7 to $40