Things to Do This Weekend in Toronto

The City of Toronto offers a wide range of events and activities to help you get out, explore, and create. From foodie adventures to artistic love, you can find it all here in the heart of the city. There’s also something for everyone, including those on a budget. From free summer festivals to yoga classes, there’s plenty of ways for you to enjoy your time off without blowing your wallet.

One of the most popular Activities this weekend in Toronto is take a tour of the Distillery District, Canada’s premier arts, culture and entertainment destination. The 47-acre area consists of the repurposed Gooderham & Worts distillery and its surrounding heritage buildings that now house galleries, restaurants, shops and more.

You can easily spend a day exploring this fascinating neighbourhood on foot. Stroll past the historic brick and cobblestone streets, enjoy a coffee or a cocktail at a trendy café, and even take in some street performers or a concert. Alternatively, you can also ride the free shuttle bus that runs from the CN Tower to the Distillery District.

If you’re in the mood for shopping, head over to the Eaton Centre, Toronto’s largest mall with soaring ceilings. This massive shopping destination houses a variety of well-known brands, as well as restaurants and shops that make it the perfect place to shop, dine, or just relax.

The Hockey Hall of Fame is a must-visit for any sports fan. This legendary museum features trophy displays, memorabilia, and player equipment worn during special games. The HHoF is located at 235 Queens Quay West in downtown Toronto.

You’ll have a blast at this event! Join Toronto’s finest comedy magicians Jhaps of Spades and Arieze the Colorblind Magician for a night of fun and awe. They’ll wow you with a host of dazzling tricks, acrobatics, and audience participation.

Whether you’re a local or just passing through, the 4th Annual Charity Car Show is a great way to see some impressive vehicles while supporting a great cause. The proceeds of the event will go toward assisting individuals with disabilities.

If you’re looking to connect with others who share your interests, check out Meetup groups in your city. These communities host a wide variety of events, from social gatherings to industry networking and more. There are groups for just about any interest, from a group for data practitioners to a board game club.

The TD Toronto Jazz Festival starts this Friday and will run until June 30. Be sure to catch world-class jazz musicians at venues throughout the city, including at History, The Axis Club, TD Village, and more.

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