March Break Events in Toronto for Kids and Caregivers
Cool Kicks! March Break Sneaker Fun at the Bata Shoe Museum
From March 11 to March 15 the Bata Shoe Museum invites kids to take part in sneaker-themed activities and crafts. Drop-in together between 10am and 4pm. Admission is $8 for children and $8 for adults accompanying children taking part in March Break activities.
• Visit the Bata Shoe Museum - Upcoming Events page
March Break at the Toronto Public Library
Puppetry, "Creepy Crawlers", movies, music and more will be on at branches across the city.
• Visit the Library's March Break page to find out what's happening at the branches near you.
At Toronto's Heritage Centres & Historic Sites
The City of Toronto's Arts, Heritage & Culture division runs drop-in sessions plus full- and half-day programs, along with week-long camps at a number of Toronto's historic sites.
• Visit the Toronto Historic Museum - Day Camps page for details.
The magic-themed fairground of rides, entertainment and animal shows returns to The Better Living Centre at Exhibition Place. This indoor family fun park is an exclusive club - you've got to be with a kid twelve or under to get in! March 10 - 16 from 10am-6pm, $8.75 for admission only (individual ride tickets available) or $25 for admission plus an unlimited ride bracelet. Family packs and week-long passes also available.
• Check WizardWorld.ca for more details.
At Ontario's Legislative Buildings
Ontario's Legislative Building will be hosting a 2 hour intro to Parliament designed for ages 6-10 during March Break. Activities include a craft and a scavenger hunt. The program is free, but preregistration is required. The event runs from 10am until noon, Monday March 11 to Friday March 15.
• Learn more in the Public Tours section of Legislative Assembly of Ontario Education Portal.
March Break at Black Creek Pioneer Village
Although it is generally closed this time of year, Black Creek re-opens from March 9 - 17. Activities are based around the theme of the Mystery of Sherlock Holmes and the Clockmaker and include wagon rides, a puppet show, a detective workshop, and more. Find the full schedule of events on Black Creek.ca