March 16, 2014
Category: Nature and Outdoor Activities
Spend some quality time with our giant pandas, gorilla baby and polar bear cub PLUS enjoy daily animal encounters this March Break!
Saturday March 8th to Sunday March 16th, 2014.
Event Hours: 10:00am to 4:00pm.
Extended Zoo March Break Hours 9:30am to 6:00pm (last admission 5pm).
When making plans this March Break don’t forget to visit the world famous Toronto Zoo, and visit our new baby polar bear cub! On hand for the fun will be our partner Parks Canada who will be heading up a special March Break Activity Centre where you can get one of four Species at Risk temporary tattoos, including the polar bear. Find out how the Toronto Zoo works with Parks Canada to help save many native Canadian species, and how you can contribute to the protection and recovery of these animals and their habitats. Plus you can visit Toronto’s favourite giant panda pair, Er Shun and Da Mao, as they enjoy their first ever Canadian March Break, and our adorable gorilla baby and mom Ngozi.
Location: Toronto Zoo — 361 A Old Finch Avenue
From March 14-23, 2014 Canada Blooms returns to the Direct Energy Centre celebrating their 18th Anniversary as Canada’s largest flower and garden festival. Canada Blooms will be entering its third year of co-location in 2014 with The National Home Show to create the largest Home and Garden Event in North America. Now in its eighteenth year, Canada Blooms was founded by Landscape Ontario and The Garden Club of Toronto. Canada Blooms has been named One of Ontario’s Top 100 Events by Festivals and Events Ontario and One of North America’s Top 100 Events by the American Bus Association.
Experience a paradise bursting with six acres of glorious gardens in full bloom, Canada’s largest flower show, meet Canada’s gardening and horticultural experts and shop ‘til you drop in the Blooms Marketplace.
Monday – Saturday: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM and Sunday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM.
For more information and to purchase festival tickets please visit: www.canadablooms.com
Location: Direct Energy Centre, Exhibition Place