Fall Fun 2014
As summer winds down, Toronto continues to heat things up! With arts, culture and excitement around every corner, it’s always the perfect time to visit Toronto.Check Package Deals
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Kid-Friendly: Indoors & Interactive
No, really, it’s ok to play with the displays. At many of the city’s hands-on interactive exhibits, participation is a must. The city is full of one-of-a-kind interactive experiences for children and adults alike. Dig for dinosaur bones at the Royal Ontario Museum or score a backstage pass at the Ontario Science Centre’s The Science of Rock ‘N’ Roll exhibition. See who’s brave enough to walk on the glass floor at the CN Tower, then ‘pop up’ in the underwater viewing bubbles at Ripley’s Aquarium. And all the hockey fans in the family will have to visit the Hockey Hall of Fame, where you can try out your slapshot and see the original Stanley Cup.
This fall, Toronto welcomes blockbuster exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Ontario and the TIFF Bell Lightbox. First up, opening October 18th, the AGO presents Michelangelo: Quest for Genius, the story of a Renaissance master and the frustrations of his creative process. The exhibition centres on a loan of 30 drawings by Michelangelo’s hand and are among the best of the esteemed Casa Buonarroti’s collection.
Beginning October 31st, TIFF Bell Lighbox presents the only Canadian date of Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition. The exhibition features rare photographs and letters, original props and costumes, screenplays, production materials, and cameras from his nearly 50-year career.
From blockbuster musicals to family-friendly classics, there’s something for everyone in the new fall line-up:
- Wicked (September 3 – November 2) at Ed Mirvish Theatre
- The Book of Mormon (beginning September 16th) at Princess of Wales Theatre
- To Kill a Mockingbird (October 6 – November 2) at Young Peoples Theatre
- Arcadia (November 4 – December 14) at Royal Alexandra Theatre
- James and the Giant Peach (November 24 to December 21) at Young Peoples Theatre
- See more: Toronto Theatre Guide
Trick or Treat
Indulge in some ghoulish fun for the young and the young-at-heart, check out these picks to enjoy Halloween in Toronto.
Discover great events throughout the season from star-studded red carpets to zombies on parade.