Happy Monday, folks! Things are slowly set to begin reopening this week and we sure are excited. Not only does that mean more places to go to for indoor dining, but also more things to do in Toronto! Without further ado, let’s get on with our complete list of activities below.
Here are some things to do in Toronto this week:
La Poutine Week
Are you ready for two weeks of poutine goodness? Restaurants across the city will be offering their creative takes on this classic dish for the La Poutine Week festival. It’s a great opportunity to support local establishments, and you can even vote for your favourite one online through the website here.
As per the ease in restrictions, various popular attractions are reopening across the 6ix as well and this includes Ripley’s Aquarium. You can enjoy virtual experiences, exhibitions, different programmes and more. They’re set to reopen starting today and tickets can be purchased here.
Lunar New Year Pop-Up At Holts Cafe
In celebration of the Lunar New Year, Holts Cafe is hosting an afternoon tea pop-up. It will run until February 7 at both the Bloor Street and Yorkdale locations. The menu is priced at $55 per person and includes both sweet and savoury items. For more details, check out the website here.
Experience an interactive and immersive show filled with ice, snow and lights at the Black Creek Pioneer Village. The event, which has both drive-thru and walk-thru options, is set to feature ice sculptures, snow carvings, light shows and lots more. Winter Glow is running from February 4 – 27 and tickets can be purchased here.
Aga Khan Museum
Another attraction that will be reopening this week is the Aga Khan Museum. As always, the museum will host a range of exhibitions, tours, galleries, and programmes. One of the ongoing ones now is Hidden Stories: Books Along The Silk Roads. They’re reopening on February 3 and you can check out the website for more information.