Valentine’s Day 2014
Looking for something more than dinner and a movie? Check out these sweet suggestions to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
Browse dozens of romantic hotel packages. New packages and offers are available all the time so you never know what you’re going to find until you look! Simply enter the planned dates of your trip into the fields to the right and click “Search.”
February 14 & 15: 6:30 – 9pm (Ages 19 and over).
Enjoy an evening of fascinating conservational facts on parenthood in the animal world. The program includes a romantically inspired dinner, special animal encounter, an interactive group presentation and a tour of the Reproductive Labs led by the Reproductive Specialist Team!
A pedestrian-only village, the Distillery Historic District is a romantic and picturesque backdrop for lovers. And, it has been named as one of the 10 best places in Toronto to propose! Whether a proposal is in store or not, it is a wonderful spot to go for a stroll and spend a romantic Valentine’s Day evening. Enjoy an intimate dinner at one of the beautiful restaurants followed by a cozy, warm beverage at the fabulous Balzac’s Coffee House.
February 1 – 28.
Romance is in the Air! Enjoy a private helicopter flight tour of our beautiful city . 15km or 35km options available, departing from Billy Bishop Airport.
February 2 – 22 at Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts.
A touching story for Valentine’s day, Verdi’s A Masked Ball (Un ballo in maschera) depicts a deeply human tale of forbidden passion between two very grown-up lovers.
Until February 21 at Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts.
Celebrated director Atom Egoyan explores love, fidelity and the frailties of the human condition in this wry comedy about two couples gambling with faith and desire.
February 4 – April 20 at Panasonic Theatre.
World premiere! An explosive story told entirely through dance and the music of multiple Academy Award® winner Gustavo Santaolalla (Brokeback Mountain, Babel) and his band Bajofondo. Arrabal, the heroine, enters the underground world of Buenos Aires’ tango clubs and discovers the violent history that took her father and disrupted a nation.
Until March 2 at Ed Mirvish Theatre (formerly The Canon). The producers of the international phenomenon, Riverdance, bring you a brand new show that is modern, mesmerizing, emotionally satisfying and fun! A music and dance spectacular, Heartbeat of Home is a high-enery crowd-pleaser for a new generation, and Toronto is its first stop before it goes on a North American tour.
Until March 2 at Lower Ossington Theatre – Mainstage.
Based on a book by Christopher Isherwood, Cabaret tells the story of a seedy nightclub in 1930′s Berlin where a young English performer strikes up a relationship with an American writer… all while a zealous Master of Ceremonies commands the action at the Kit Kat Klub.
February 14 & 15 at Roy Thomson Hall.
Toronto Symphony Orchestra presents the classic romantic film Casablanca as you’ve never experienced it before! The Orchestra performs Max Steiner’s glorious score live to the film, enhancing every beat of the movie’s noble heart with luscious live sound.
Until March 31.
The Second City Touring Company comes home to Toronto for an unforgettable night of classic and original sketch comedy and trademark improvisation.
Until March 19 at Mysteriously Yours Dinner Theatre.
Enjoy dinner while watching this hilarious live theatre performance spoof of the popular British TV drama.
Every Friday in February at The Bata Shoe Museum.
This immersive and interactive theatrical experience invites participants to step into the footsteps of a mysterious stranger. Small groups of participants will spend the evening with a character whose life has been impacted by the mysterious Bartholomew S and each group will be drawn into the retelling of an encounter that takes place in, and had been inspired by, one of the galleries of the Bata Shoe Museum.
Winter season, weather permitting. DJ Skate Nights occur Saturdays until March 1.
One of the most scenic outdoor skating rinks in the city turns into a dance party on ice, hosted by premier DJs including L. Rock, Sammy D, Nino Brown, J-iLL and more.
Winter season, weather permitting.
Free skating on the city’s most famous outdoor rink! Enjoy the beautiful lights during an evening skate and relax with a cup of hot chocolate.
Winter season, weather permitting.
Head to Evergreen Brickworks for free public skating in the valley. Wind your way through an enjoyable outdoor ice rink that is a showcase in green design.
Tuesday evenings (until March 18).
Moonlight snowshoe (or hike) in the city followed by food/drinks in nearby pub with the High Park Ski Club.