Downtown March Break Camps for Toronto Kids in 2020

Gardiner Museum

Downtown Toronto March break camps can be a convenient option if you work downtown, and some of these camps even offer transportation. Sign up for math camp, soccer camp, pottery/sculpture camp and more.

Gardiner Museum


Learn to sculpt functional ceramic pieces by hand, use glazes to decorate, and try the pottery wheel at this weeklong, half-day camp. Note that the Gardiner also offers pottery wheel classes for kids ages 9 and up, but these sell out months in advance. Bookmark the museum’s events page for summer break camp registration.

Location: 111 Queens Park, Toronto
Ages: 7–14

Sign up at the Gardiner Museum

GTA Photography Camps


Kids learn fundamental principles of photography, including how their cameras work, at an introductory camp that includes daily photo field trips and photography-based games. Or get creative with photo editing camp! Loan DSLRs available for a fee.

Location: 25 Toronto St., Toronto
Ages: 8–17
Sign up at GTA Photography Camps

Harbourfront Centre


The Harbourfront Centre is hosting 16 different March break camps this year, with many performing and visual arts and STEM options to choose from, including Intro to Circus, Theatre: Improv, Stop-Motion Animation, Machine Maniacs, and Intro to Magic.

Location: 235 Queens Quay W, Toronto
Ages: 4–15

Sign up at Harbourfront Centre

The Royal Conservatory of Music


Camp options this March break are Instrument Exploration (ages 4–7), where kids get an introduction to many different instruments, or March Musical (ages 8–12), a week filled with learning songs and movement routines, designing costumes and building sets, and then showcasing a performance at week’s end.

Location: 273 Bloor St. W., Toronto
Ages: 4–12

Learn more/sign up at The Royal Conservatory School

Ryerson Soccer Camp


The World Cup March Break Soccer camp is led by the coaching staff of Ryerson’s champion men’s soccer team. The weeklong program focuses on individual age-appropriate skills, leadership, and strength and agility exercises and includes Ryerson student athlete mentorship.

Location: Kerr Hall Gym, 379 Victoria St., Toronto
Ages: 6–14
Go to Ryerson Camps

The Second City


Kids play theatre games and learn to think on their feet, developing self-confidence and creativity at the weeklong Improv Games Camp. Beginners are welcome. Camps are divided by ages: 7–9, 10–13, and 14–17.

Location: 99 Blue Jays Way, Toronto
Ages: 7–17

Learn more/sign up at The Second City

Young People’s Theatre


Students spend a week creating their own world in a theatrical piece, having fun on the journey along the way, at March Break Drama Camp offered by YPT—Canada’s largest professional theatre for children and youth.

Location: 165 Front St. E., Toronto
Ages: Grades 1–6

Learn more/sign up at Young People’s Theatre

Looking for more?

Check out our online camps directory for more camps, including camps in other parts of Toronto and the GTA, PA day camps, and summer camps.

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