March Break In Toronto
Celebrate March Break in the heart of downtown Toronto at The Adelaide Hotel Toronto. Just steps from the city’s most premier activities and attractions, the hotel’s remarkably central location provides easy access to the CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium, Ontario Science Centre, premier shopping at Toronto Eaton Centre and SAKS Fifth Avenue, famous museums, theatre and much more!
FAMILY OFFER: Save 50% Off Your Second Room
MARCH 12 - 16, 2018
Join us over March Break for an entire week of hotel-hosted activities including cupcake workshops with our pastry team, games room, family movie night and more!
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TORONTO CITY GUIDE: TOP 10 ACTIVITIES
March Break in Toronto is a time for family, fun and exploration. Our renowned concierge invite you to discover their curated list of the cities must-see activities. These are a few of our favourite things:
Vikings: The Exhibition at the ROM
Explore the myths and stereotypes of this ancient culture in Vikings: The Exhibition. Opening today, the exhibit offers a fresh and contemporary look into the Viking Age, with nearly 500 original objects from the collections of the Swedish History Museum. It also includes a section on the Vikings in Canada, taking visitors back over 1,000 years in time.Visit Website
Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada
Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada is the newest and most anticipated attraction in the heart of downtown Toronto, next to the CN Tower. The 135,000 sq. foot (12,500 sq. metre) thrilling interactive attraction is an immersive adventure showcases more than 16,000 marine animals and over 450 species.Visit Website
Exhibition Place – Medieval Times
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament is a living link to the past where the glory, chivalry and valor of old burst to life in authentic tournament action. While guests enjoy a four-course banquet served medieval style, six brave knights compete in games of skill astride magnificent Andalusian stallions. Lances splinter against steel shields, broad swords spark and a champion emerges, to the cheers of the enthusiastic crowd.Visit Website
Defining Toronto’s skyline at 553.33m (1,815 ft., 5 in.), Canada’s National Tower is an architectural triumph and world-renowned dining and entertainment destination. Breathtaking views from Look Out, Glass Floor and Sky Pod, the world’s highest glass-fronted elevator featuring glass floor panels.Visit Website
March Break Fun at the AGO!
Mar 10, 2018 – Mar 18, 2018 | 10:30 AM until 4:00 PM
The future is here! Create a huge collaborative futuristic city right in the middle of the Art Gallery of Ontario. Join us to see art, make art, play and watch the city grow! Experience time and space, light and colour, shadow, patterns and so much more.
Disney's Beauty and the Beast - Randolph Theatre
Step into the enchanted world of Broadway’s modern classic, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast!
The classic story tells of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped under the spell of an enchantress. If the Beast can learn to love and be loved, the curse will end and he will be transformed into his former self. But time is running out. If the Beast does not learn his lesson soon, he and his household will be doomed for all eternity.
Harbourfront’s Ice Rink
Mar 11, 2018 – Mar 17, 2018
Set against the beautiful shoreline of Lake Ontario, the city’s most scenic rink awaits! The Natrel Rink has been an unparalleled skating destination in Toronto for 30 years. It has a heated indoor change room with lockers and washrooms. Best of all – skating is FREE! Hot food and drinks are available at our rink-side restaurant, Boxcar Social.
Tiff Kids International Film Festival - TIFF Bell Lightbox
Mar 9, 2018 – Mar 18, 2018 (Times Vary)
TIFF Kids offers a compelling selection of features and shorts – 100+ worldwide films featuring the best of Canadian and international cinema for children and youth (3 yrs to 13 yrs).
It provides a rare opportunity to watch films that kids around the world are lining up to see and that in many cases may not be available again in Toronto.