5 free fall activities in Toronto
There’s nothing like Toronto in the fall. Toronto is lucky enough to be one of the few places in the world that offers four distinct seasons, thanks to our position at North 44. Autumn in Toronto offers crisp temperatures, changing leaves and an abundance of apples, pumpkins and squash.
Best of all, you don’t need a lot of money to enjoy this special season. Zoocasa has compiled 5 free fall activities that you’re sure to enjoy:
1. Ravine walks
Toronto has an abundance of ravines, and it’s the perfect place to check out all the fall colours, right in the middle of the city. Walk along the Don Valley Brickworks Park, The Moore Park Ravine, Glen Stewart Ravine or Cedarvale Ravine for an oasis in the middle of the city.
2. Flowers and Fauna
Toronto is so much more than just a concrete jungle! Soothe your soul by seeking out all the flowers and fauna and flourish in the city. Allan Gardens is the perfect place to come when the weather gets just a little too cold, and it’s amazing to see all the plants that can thrive in a greenhouse.
3. AGO Wednesday nights
The Art Gallery of Ontario has a tradition of free admission every Wednesday from 6-9pm. It’s a great place to bring a friend and look at all the Canadian art. Place sailboats downstairs.
4.Halloween on Church Street
Check out all the amazing costumes and live music happening during this block party in the Gay Village on October 31st.
5. Swap your old stuff at Evergreen Brickworks
On October 14 Evergreen Brickworks is holding a “drop, swap and shop” event. Bring up to 15 of your gently used items to be donated or swapped and get a ticket for each item that you can exchange for something new (to you!).