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Enjoy Toronto in December 2021 with your children

Do you want to enjoy Toronto with your kids in December? Perfect, The Fun Master knows all the events organized during this period.

Justine Varin - Writer

Hard to keep your kids busy in December?

After many lockdowns and restrictions due to the coronavirus, it is now possible to take a breath and enjoy some events organized by the city of Toronto.

However, the month of December is always a little complicated to keep the little ones busy, the weather is not always nice and cool. However, don’t worry, The Fun Master knows all the kid-friendly events in Toronto. I promise, your kids won’t be bored this month (by the way, some events are already available in November and until 2022)!

Read on to find out what’s going on in December! Let’s go !

Planet Ice: Mysteries of the Ice Ages

The Ontario Science Centre is hosting an exhibition for kids and adults. What is it about? As the name suggests, the exhibit is about the Ice Age period. Your children will love this exhibition because they will have the opportunity to satisfy their curiosity since stuffed animals or skeletons of some species that lived during this period are exposed.

Children will learn more about the extinction of prehistoric species or on the contrary their survival, about climate changes and the evolution of the planet during the last 80 000 years.

We recommend you to book your ticket in advance on The Ontario Science Center website. The cost of tickets ranges from $9 to $28 depending on your age and the options you choose. Children under the age of 3 are free.

Santa's parades

December means Christmas and so on, Christmas parades ! Any child, grown up or little, loves Christmas parades! So you can get the whole family to agree on an activity.

There are many Christmas parades in Toronto starting in December.

The Fun Master suggests that you check out this particular site and choose the one you want to do.

“December is a magical time for children and the city of Toronto knows this!”

An afternoon of sliding

Ice skating is a popular year-round activity in Canada, but the Christmas season offers great opportunities to spend the afternoon at the rink.

The huge rink, located right across from Nathan Phillips City Hall, puts on its best lights in December to welcome the public.

For more information, check out this web site and happy skating!

The Christmas market

The Christmas market is the perfect place to make your children dream and do some Christmas shopping. With music, lights, the smell of mulled wine and little wooden chalets, it’s an event that you should not miss!

The best Christmas market in Toronto is The Distillery Winter Village, if you want to go there it is imperative to book on their website otherwise you will probably be refused access.

The Bug Lab

Bad weather? No problem, the “Bug Lab” will be a great place to spend the day. You and your children will be able to discover the world from another angle and on another scale… On the scale of insects!

The Bug Lab is one of the best places to introduce your little ones to biology and the world, I promise you, the visit will not disappoint!

Due to sanitary regulations and the success of the Bug Lab, we recommend you to book your tickets on their website.

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