At last, spring is finally here in Toronto! Say no more to gloomy cloudy days and it’s time to participate in some fun springtime activities everyone has been waiting for. Here are some recommendations and things to do in Toronto Harbourfront and Waterfront!
There will be Waterfront dockside performances during Spring and Summer being held at 585 Queen’s Quay West and/or 1 Queen’s Quay West. Performances will usually be on Fridays and Weekends as a way to support local artists and musicians. Be sure to stop by and enjoy free live music!
Sugar Beach or HTO Parks is one of the highly-rated spots in Harbourfront. Grab a book and soak up some sun with a view of the lake. If you’re feeling active, HTO Park is recommended as it’s more space for summer sports activities. Check out here for a list of top parks in Harbourfront.
HTO Park location: 339 Queens Quay W
Sugar Beach location: 11 Dockside Dr.
Located at 1 Yonge St, Immersive Frida Khalo is the next exhibition after the famous Immersive Van Gogh. Not to mention the exhibition also has yoga and barre classes for a one in a lifetime experience! Tickets can be purchased online.
It’s the time of the season when you can finally grab your bikes or other gear and ride alongside lakeshore. Waterfront has one of the most scenic bike paths which extends all the way to Humber Bay Shores. Check out some bike paths here.
CoMotion Festival celebrates creativity, design and ideas by deaf and disabled artists in the form of music, art, performances, workshops and panel discussions. The festival starts now until May 1st.