Keep the excitement through to Labour Day with these entertaining things to do in Ontario that are perfect for families, friends and solo adventurers.
ON150 Festivals. Ontario Place is hosting the Active Ontario Festival on Labour Day weekend to get your adrenaline pumping at this sporty event.
Relax and unwind. Explore the connection between nature and culture at the Trillium Park and William G. Davis Trail. This 7.5-acre green space offers a getaway from the city, right in Toronto’s backyard.
Interactive parks. These make for great date nights or sun-filled days with the kids. If you haven’t been yet, Ontario Place is now open to the public and visitors can choose from a lengthy roster of exciting events, including concerts, food festivals and long weekend celebrations.
Indulge your inner foodie. Get a taste of multicultural cuisines at Ontario Place festivals and local restaurants. Enjoy the rich flavours from Ontario’s diverse food scene, in addition to local wines, ciders and beers.
Find more information at www.ontarioplace.com.
SOURCE: News Canada