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Fox Theatre
(1 KM)
Toronto
The Fox Theatre has a single screen and shows a mixture of second-run movies, independent and foreign films, and classic favourites.
East York
Activity center with specialities for different ages: Drop in play, Parties, Pre school program, enrichment program, Breakfast club, Homework Club, Language arts and more.
Toronto
Explore the more than 600 interactive exhibits, daily demonstrations and educational programs. Ignite young imaginations at KidSpark, especially designed for toddlers and kids up to 8 years. Call about IMAX schedule.
Toronto
Ontario Science Museum is inspiring place for the whole family! KidSpark is a new space specially designed for kids eight and under to enjoy with their parents or caregivers. Since it opened in fall 2003, KidSpark has proved so popular that visitors ...
Toronto
Our store offers a range of great services for our customers, including cooking classes, free nutritional store tours and free weekly lectures on health and the environment.
Toronto
Bad Dog Theatre Company, the home of Theatresports Toronto and the place NOW Magazine calls the improv hub of the city.
Toronto
Tour the Farm's scenic 7.5 acres along pathways through wooded areas, around ponds, and into butterfly-herb-flower-vegetable gardens. Cows, horses, donkey, sheep, goats, pigs, chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese, rabbits, and farm cats may be seen along ...
Toronto
Toronto Dance Theatre is one of Canadas leading dance companies, recognized for the intelligent, provocative vision of its choreography and the exceptional artistry of its dancers.
Toronto
Soulpepper has become an important part of Toronto's theatre scene. It often presents Canadian interpretations of works by such noted playwrights as Harold Pinter, Thornton Wilder, Samuel Beckett, Tom Stoppard and Anton Chekhov. The current artistic ...
Toronto
The DEAF CULTURE CENTRE is a symbol of the Deaf community celebrating Deaf life. It is a public forum both historical and forward-looking. The CENTRE is contemporary, a fun gathering place that is open to the public and rooted in the Deaf community.
Polson Pier
(5 KM)
Toronto
Polson Pier provides a variety of activities for the public. Come down for some practice at our golf driving range, be it pro or mini-putt! Take in a lap or two around our go-kart track! There's something for everyone down at Polson Pier.
Toronto
At Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People, learning is at the centre of why and how we operate our professional theatre and drama school for children. We believe the theatre we create for kids deserves every bit as much quality as that created for a...
Toronto
The history of the 48th Highlanders is presented for the benefit of former and present members of the Regiment and their relatives plus the general public.
Toronto
Free, public contemporary art gallery.
Toronto
Founded by some of the most prestigious sculptors in Canadian art history, the Sculptors Society of Canada has been exhibiting and raising the profile of sculpture in Canada for more than 75 years.
Toronto
Come visit us and learn how we craft sugar on the Toronto waterfront. We'll be offering guided tours through parts of the plant and a video virtual tour. Meet the Redpath Acts of Sweetness Ambassadors and have your picture taken with the Redpath Acts...
Toronto
Whether you have only a few minutes or an hour or two, enjoy a delightful visit to the Toronto Police Museum and Discovery Centre.Occupying 3,000 square feet in the atrium at Police Headquarters building, the Museum reflects the rich tradition and hi...
High Park
(6 KM)
Toronto
High Park is Toronto's largest public park featuring many hiking trails, sports facilities, diverse vegetation, a beautiful lakefront, convenient parking, easy public transit access, a dog park, a zoo, playgrounds for children, a couple of eateries, ...
Toronto
Action-packed lineup of exciting games, contests and activities await the entire family! Special events include the complete Olympic Medals display, Mascot appearances, autograph sessions, weekday Tales of the Cup fan forums, trivia contests, family ...
Toronto
Textile Museum of Canada is one of eight museums of its kind and the only museum in Canada solely dedicated to the collection, exhibition and documentation of textiles from around the world.
Toronto
The Gardiner Museums clay classes offer creative fun for young adults and adults. Participants at all levels of experience--including absolute beginners--will learn the techniques of creating ceramic art by forming and decorating their own hands-on p...
Toronto
You'll never run out of fun and fantastic things to do at the ROM, Canada's largest museum of world cultures and natural history.
Toronto
Campbell House, built in 1822, is the oldest remaining building from the original town of York. The museum endeavours to make history come alive through the use of innovative hands-on approaches to history while still preserving important artefacts f...
Toronto
Our city tour of downtown Toronto takes you past some of the city's major landmarks such as the Hockey Hall of Fame, Sony Centre, Air Canada Centre, Molson Canadian Amphitheatre, IMAX, Eaton Centre, Osgoode Hall, Old and New City Hall, Toronto's wate...
Toronto
The TSO was founded in 1922 as the New Symphony Orchestra. A great place for Music lovers.
Toronto
The eighth-largest art museum in North America
Toronto
Bau-Xi Gallery typically exhibits and sells paintings but also deals with sculpture and print. Most of the artists are Canadian with a few Americans. Monthly exhibits rotate through the galleries.
Scarborough
Cedar Ridge Creative Centre is a vibrant arts hub housed in a historic mansion. Built as a family home in 1912, Cedar Ridge is surrounded by lush gardens and scenic woods with a variety of walking trails.
CBC Museum
(6 KM)
Toronto
Come to the CBC Museum and Graham Spry Theatre to experience first-hand the history of Canadian broadcasting... and the shared stories of Canadians!
Toronto
Discover the treasures of North America's charming and surprising shoe museum. Hundreds of shoes (from a collection numbering over 10,000) are on exhibit in architect Raymond Moriyama's award-winning four-storey structure. The Museum celebrates t...
FitFix Junior
(6 KM)
Toronto
FitFix Junior is a fitness facility developed for children. We offer developmentally appropriate fitness classes for children aged 18months-12 years. We also offer Mommy & Me classes, Art and Movement, P.A. Day camps, and host birthday parties.
CN Tower
(6 KM)
Toronto
Defining Toronto's skyline at 553.33m (1,815 ft., 5 in.), Canada's National Tower is an architectural triumph, engineering Wonder and world-renowned dining and entertainment destination.
Toronto
Known as an innovative space dedicated to exploring current ideas in art, A Space was a place for alternative music, poetry, dance, video and performance throughout the 70s.
Toronto
A canoe or kayak can take you to places you can not get to by foot, car or motorboat, as well as being a wonderful day or evening paddle away from the rush of city life. Over two decades of focused dedication has gone into what we offer this year. Co...
Toronto
For 30 years now, we have been teaching the skills, safety, and joy of paddling to thousands of people.Come down and learn new skills, increase your health and stamina, and meet others who like yourself, enjoy the natural side of Toronto.
Toronto
Home of your Toronto Blue Jays and formerly known as SkyDome. Guests are taken behind-the-scenes to areas not usually accessible to the general public, including the playing field, private Luxury Suite, Blue Jays memorabilia suite and dressing room (...
Casa Loma
(7 KM)
Toronto
Canada's majestic castle was built between 1911 to 1914. It is complete with decorated suites, secret passages, towers, a 243-metre (800') tunnel leading to luxurious stable of mahogany and Spanish tile.
Toronto
The Factory Theatre is a vibrant centre of new play deleopment and presentation. Located in the heart of downtown Toronto, we produce a full season of all Canadian plays, many of them world Premier.
Scarborough
Private indoor play area, filled with gigantic inflatable slides, bounce houses, obstacle courses and more. Celebrate in your own private party room that our party coordinators set up and clean up for you.
Toronto
Our indoor playground is a safe, colourful environment featuring state of the art equipment suitable for children ages 0-5 years.
Toronto
With a large jungle gym, a puppet theatre and an actual small stage complete with costumes wardrobe, children are presented with a great variety of exciting and different activities to engage in on their own at Amazon Indoor Playground.
Scarborough
We offer a safe, secure, fun and family oriented environment. The indoor amusement centre operates year round. Over 70 arcade style games and rides, a large soft playground unit with many activities from ball play area to slides.
North York
Experience bowling with special lighting, dance and music and glow-in-the-dark bowling balls!!!
Ontario Place
(8 KM)
Toronto
Visit Toronto's only downtown waterfront playground and enjoy dozens of rides and attractions for kids of all ages Live children's entertainment, day camps and fireworks festival held June 27, July 1 - Canada Day, July 4 - Grand Finale.
Toronto
From thrilling animal attractions to the world-class Royal Horse Show and intriguing agricultural innovations there is something to excite and educate for all.
Toronto
Located in downtown Toronto, this is the citys newest sports and entertainment complex.
Toronto
As Canada's largest fair and the 4th largest in North America, the CNE offers a wide variety of unique entertainment experiences including Kids' World, the IAMS SuperDogs and much more. Don't miss Kids Toonie Mondays!
Toronto
Welcome to the 11th century! Just beyond the great doors of our Hall of Arms waits the celebration arena, the heart of each of Medieval Times' nine castles. From high above King Philippe and his daughter-in-law, Princess Leonore, preside over a four-...
Toronto
Built in 1851, Gibson House was the home of Scottish immigrant David Gibson and his family. He was a land surveyor who helped map early Toronto. Visitors can step back in time and explore this elegant farmhouse. Its serene Georgian-style exterior bel...
Toronto
EQUINOX ADVENTURES is Ontario's oldest and first fully accredited full-time climbing school. Equinox offers programs that will teach you how to become a competent climber.

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Fun places to visit in Scarborough with kids

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