7 Can’t miss activities in Toronto this spring.
As the weather heats up I bet you are getting just itching to get out of the house and explore all that Toronto has to offer. Well if you are having trouble getting you summer bucket list started here are 7 Can’r Miss Activities in Toronto this Spring.
7. The Jays are back in town.
Unfortunately the Raps made an early exit from the NBA playoffs and the leafs were never really in the hunt. However there is something to cheer about, the Jays have kicked off their season and are looking pretty good. A trip to Roger’s Centre for a cold beverage, hot dog and a couple verses of “Take me out to the ball game” will help sooth any Toronto sports fan’s hurting ego.
6. Queen West
As the days get warmer and longer it is time to get out and enjoy it. A stroll down Queen West is a great way to spend an afternoon. So grabbing a coffee and wondering down the street window shopping is a fun way to get back into the summer groove that Toronto has to offer.
5. For The Love of Food
Toronto reps one of the most diverse food scenes in North America. From fine Asian cuisine to Irish pub food there is something for everyone. So grab some friends, maybe a pair of shades, arm yourselves with BlogTO’s list of Top 10 Hottest Restaurants and start exploring your taste buds will thanks you.
The event on May 2nd has venues booked all over Toronto and Ontario and will features Canadian authors teaming up with local independent bookstores. It is a great opportunity to get out support business in your community as well as meeting some of the most talent authors Canada has to offer.
3. The Distillery District
With events on almost every thursday, friday and saturday night the distillery district is a lively spot. Spring weather opens up the patios and makes pub hoping a regular event. It has been a long winter and a visit to the district is a fun way to reconnect with friends that you have not seen in awhile as well as being a great after work time.
With return of good weather comes the return of farm fresh produce from the surrounding country side. The farmers markets that dot the city will soon be buzzing like a bee hive with Torontonians searching for their favourite ingredients. Usually accompanied by some local entertainment a tour through a market is always a great way to spend an afternoon.
1. High Park Cherry Blossom
As Toronto’s largest park High Park offers a plethora of activities for the family to enjoy. A labyrinth of biking and hiking trails, a picturesque lakefront, a zoo and in the spring time a wonderful display of cherry blossoms. So if you are looking for a great family activity a trip to the park is a wonderful way to spend a saturday.