It is Saturday morning on this Victoria Day weekend in Toronto. While most are watching the Royal Wedding, I am planning our weekend. Today is a bit rainy and we hadn’t really made plans, so we are just staying close to our home. Sunday and Monday we will be tourists in Toronto making new memories on the unofficial start of summer.
Victoria Day Weekend in Toronto
Ontario Place – It’s On This Summer
This weekend kicks off a summer of fun at Ontario Place and we will be joining in. While most events are free there is a charge for a few.
Visit the Spring Beerfest between May 19-20. Tickets are going fast. $20-30.
On Victoria Day (Monday) Visit Fort York for a tour, activities and a little bit of history. Regular price applies
Rib and Craft Beerfrest
Do you like ribs and beet? Of course, you do. Head down to Yonge Dundas Square for Rib and Craft Beerfest. May 17-20.
Over the weekend there will be free events for all ages of music and dancing at the HarbourFront Centre.
Another year for the outdoor Artfest Toronto in the Distillery District. Crafts, art, music and more.
Take a walk through the historical site of Riverdale Farm located around Cabbagetown.
Toronto Island Park
Hop on a Ferry and head on over the Toronto Island Park and visit Centreville or Far Enough Farm.
The City of Toronto has a variety of parks, gardens and splash pads around the city. If you want to stay close to home and avoid the crowds then this is the perfect option for you.
The best part of the weekend will be finishing it off with fireworks. As always you can enjoy the fireworks at Ashbridges Bay at 10 pm on Monday and Wonderland at 10 pm on Sunday. Check parks in your neighbourhood
We sometimes sit on our balcony and enjoy the neighbourhoods that are firing them off. We are 17 floors up and get a great view.
Whatever you have planned for the long weekend, have fun and make lots of memories.