Date Night Ideas in Toronto – Daytime or Nighttime

Where do you go and what do you do when you find yourself without your children for the day or night? For my husband and myself, we don’t usually have date nights, it is usually family time. There are many places you can visit for dates. We needed to figure out what exactly we wanted to put on our list so we would be prepared at any time. Below is a list of Date Night ideas in Toronto.

Occasionally our daughter is out for the day or overnight for a sleepover, the perfect opportunities for us to go out. We wanted to find fun places to go that wouldn’t break the bank or my back.

Date Night Ideas in Toronto

Date night ideas in Toronto

When we think about going out for a date usually the first few ideas are dinner, movies or drinks at a club. Dates don’t have to be those things, they can be anything you want them to be.

Date Ideas

Enjoy a stroll through one of the Conservatories. Snap some shots of the scenery in the conservatory you visit. There is nothing I love more than seeing all the colours of the flowers.

Allan Gardens Conservatory

19 Horticultural Ave.

Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., 365 days/year
Free Admission

Centennial Park Conservatory

151 Elmcrest Road, Etobicoke

Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., 365 days/year
Free Admission

AstroTours  and Planetarium Shows

On the first Thursday of most months, the free Astronomy Public Tours, or AstroTours, are held by the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics at the University of Toronto. AstroTours start at 8:10 p.m. in the winter (October – April) and 9:10 p.m. in the summer (May – September).

Nathan Phillips Square

Different seasonal activities and events throughout the year.

100 Queen St West (Toronto City Hall)

The Distillery District

Mill St./Parliment area

Seasonal activities and markets and brewery

date night ideas in Toronto

Kensington Market

College/Bathurst area

You can find food, music and shopping. Visit the statue of the King of Kengsinton (Al Waxman) and relive a bit of history,

Free Walking Tours 

Downtown Toronto – different locations

There are daily tours and seasonal tours depending on what type of tour you want to take. Some of the tours include Graffiti, historical and waterfront to name a few.

Most of these places work better in warmer weather.

Spending time with your loved one on a day or night out doesn’t have to include a noisy bar or a busy restaurant. The places listed give you a quieter time to get to know each other or reconnect on new levels. Most of these ideas shared can also be done with your family if you decide to bring the kids along.

No matter where you go for your date, there will be plenty of cafes and out of the way restaurants to grab a quick bite to eat. I will be creating a list of out of the way places to eat in the near future.

Do you go out for date nights? What are some of your ideas?

 

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