Happy Monday, everyone! Whether you’re looking for indoor or outdoor adventures, there’s plenty of fun to be had this week, and for the whole of March. After all, we’re not going to let the weather stop us, right? So let’s get straight into it and give you the rundown of things to do in Toronto!
Here are some things to do in Toronto this week:
Après Ski 2022
Ready for a rooftop party like no other? Enjoy the seventh edition of this annual event at The Porch and Rock’n’Horse Saloon on March 5 and 6. The party is set to include food, beverages, games, music and so much more. Tickets for the ski event can be booked online here.
Torque at Harbourfront Centre
Torque, an international contemporary dance series by Harbourfront Centre, is opening next month L-E-V’s Chapter 3: The Brutal Journey of the Heart performance. This will take place on March 3 and 5 at the Fleck Dance Theatre. Information about tickets and purchases can be found online here.
Hike the ROM
You’ve heard of outdoor hiking, but what about hiking trails within a museum? This is exactly what Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) has introduced with its newest offering, Hike the ROM. Visitors can experience two different walking trails that cover three levels of the museum. The trails are part of the general admission tickets, which can be purchased here.
Outside the Palace of Me
The new exhibition by Canadian visual artist and performer Shary Boyle is being hosted at the Gardiner Museum. The interactive installation features artworks, sculptures, and music. It is available for viewing until May 15 and tickets can be purchased here.
The exhibition displays the breathtaking works of Austrian painter, Gustav Klimt. His primary focus was symbolism, with art that included murals, sketches and landscapes. The experience is brought to you by the same team behind Immersive Van Gogh, and tickets can be purchased here.