Whether your passion is more for culture or the great outdoors, there are loads of activities to help you make the most of autumn as it settles in the ‘the six’.
Immerse yourself in the world of Van Gogh from the comfort of your car! The exhibition puts you in the middle of the great artist's post-impressionist works by using large-scale projections and animations that emphasize his use of colour and movement. Head to the corner of Young and Freeland streets to experience this creative and contactless cultural outing.
Step right into the Halloween vibe as Casa Loma transforms into a haunted house from October 2-31, 2020. Explore 2 km of trails [alt: paths] at your own pace, starting from the gardens and heading to the castle tunnels for a theatrical experience, complete with realistic 3D projections. Thrills and chills guaranteed!
St. Lawrence Market
The abundance of fruit and vegetables in the markets is as beloved as autumn itself! The stalls are overflowing with local produce, lending a festive atmosphere to the entire space. The St. Lawrence Market is the meeting place for 120 vendors, merchants and artisans from the Toronto area. It remains the quintessential destination for trying and buying local products.
Toronto on two wheels
Renting bicycles is a great way to explore Toronto while getting some exercise at the time. Bike Share Toronto is a superb option for getting around the 40 km of well-developed cycle paths through different parts of the city. With 625 stations and 6,850 bikes in circulation, you can create your own itinerary to suit your tastes and your schedule.
imagineNATIVE Film & Media Arts Festival
The virtual edition of the imagineNATIVE Film & Media Arts Festival will be held from October 20 to 25, 2020. Showcasing Indigenous creativity, art and history through live screenings, performances, interactive discussions and virtual exhibits, it’s a festival you can participate in from the comfort of your hotel room!