Happy Monday, Toronto! Another summer week is here and the city is as active as ever with a bunch of fun events and openings. Along with outdoor dining and events, popular attractions are also reopening as a part of Phase 3. And we’ve got the scoop on things to do in Toronto this week, with everything from the CN Tower to museums.
Here are some things to do in Toronto this week (July 19 – 25):
Anybody up for a little trip above the water? For all you thrill seekers and water adventurers, Parasail Toronto is now open for booking. They offer options for single, double or triple parasail. Locations are available in Toronto and Port Credit. You can check out the website for booking slots and other details.
CN Tower EdgeWalk
This one’s for the daredevils. The CN Tower EdgeWalk experience will be back in operation from July 23. The full circle hands-free walk takes place on a 5 ft (1.5 m) wide ledge which is a part of the Tower’s topmost pod. Tickets can be purchased online here.
Royal Ontario Museum
Explore new exhibitions and galleries at the Royal Ontario Museum. Whether you’re looking to learn more about history, art or culture, you can find a lot of works on display. The museum also houses installations that remain for a limited time or longer. Visitors can book their time-based tickets through the main website online.
Reopening on July 21, the Gardiner Museum is set to offer a plethora of outdoor activities. This includes clay classes, workshops, shopping by appointment, outdoor dining and lots more. Visitors will also have the chance to view upcoming exhibitions once the doors reopen this week. For more details and ticket bookings, you can check out their site.
Daydream Adventures Escape
Want to challenge yourself in an escape room? Located at Danforth Avenue, the art installation escape room features interactive puzzles for the whole group. Each session is for 60 minutes and is priced at $30 plus tax. You can book tickets on their website here.
SleepOver at RendezViews with PlayDate
This Sunday, PlayDate is BACK at RendezViews, with Allysin Chaynes. For $40 per seat, guests can reserve their spots, sold as tables of 2-6. Cover includes a $25 food and drink voucher per seat (excl. gratuity & tax).
If you’re unfamiliar with PlayDate, they’re Toronto’s largest socially distanced drag brunch produced by Tiffany Boxx, located in the heart of downtown Toronto at Rendezviews. PlayDate was created during the Covid-19 pandemic when life lost it’s constant spark. Tiffany found a way to bring the joy of friends, drag and a little sparkle back to the community all while ensuring safety continued to be a priority.
Can’t make this one? Don’t worry, the next PlayDate Brunch date is August 8th 2021. Check out @play.date.to on Instagram for more details.