Happy New Year, folks! The start of the year brings with it not just endless possibilities, but exciting and new events to enjoy as well. And as always, there are plenty of things going on in The 6ix and we’ve got you covered on the things to do in Toronto this week.
Here are some things to do in Toronto this week:
60 Works/60 Years
Explore 60 works of art from a diverse range of artists over the years, as part of the Toronto Outdoor Art Fair. The exhibition puts on display a variety of artworks that have been collected by The City of Toronto, like paintings, sculptures and more. It is available for viewing at the St. Lawrence Market until April 2022.
Bug Lab Exhibition
Hosted at the Ontario Science Centre, the exhibition welcomes guests to check out realistic models of different species of bugs. Each one also comes with an interactive chamber for a more interesting experience. More details about the tickets and purchases can be found online here.
It’s not really winter in The 6ix without some ice skating fun, right? Head to The Porch for a skating experience with a view on their rooftop patio. It’s priced at $14.95 for entry and an hour of skating. You can bring your own helmet and skates or rent it on site. Reservations can be made here.
Taking place at the Toronto Zoo, this immersive walkthrough experience features everything from breathtaking lighting designs and special effects to video projections. The walking trail is 1.5km and is designed to be experienced at nighttime. For details on tickets and purchases, you can check the website here.
If you’ve ever wanted to play the blend of curling and Crokinole, then now’s your chance. Stackt Market is hosting the city’s first Crokicurl rink and it’s available for the whole of January. You can book in groups of 2-8 and each session lasts for 45 minutes. There are slots available for both the weekdays and weekend.