There are so many amazing things to do this Family Day in Toronto, at all different price points, starting at absolutely free! Whether you want to snuggle up inside or enjoy the outdoor weather, go back in time or embrace the future, get your hands dirty or just observe, there is something for you and yours this Family Day weekend.

Family Day at the AGO

The Art Gallery of Ontario hosts a variety of activities fro the whole family, including an all-ages dance party, a bubble wrap room, the selfie wall, and kid-friendly films.

317 Dundas St. W., Toronto
February 19, 10:30 am–4 pm
$11 kids ages 6 and up, $19.50 adults

Family Day at Colborne Lodge

Explore 19th-century innovation and creativity and explore hands-on science and technology activities throughout Colborne Lodge in High Park.

11 Colborne Lodge Dr., Toronto
February 19, noon–4 pm

Family Day at Evergreen Brick Works

The Brewer’s Backyard returns with Winter Warmers, featuring Ontario breweries and local food vendors indoors and outdoor play in the Children’s Garden for kids at this all-ages event.

550 Bayview Ave., Toronto
February 19, 11 am–5 pm

Family Day at Fort York

Sample baking from Fort York’s historic kitchen. Kids can try the Officers’ Sword Drill and some old-fashioned games, crafts, and the selfie booth.

Fort York National Historic Site, 250 Fort York Blvd., Toronto
February 19, 11 am–6 pm

Family Day at Harbourfront Centre

Get some free skating lessons on the Natural Rink, enjoy ringside dance breaks, icy activities, a fireside outdoor lounge, and more.

235 Queens Quay West, Toronto
February 19, 10 am–5 pm

Family Day at Hockey Hall of Fame

Seniors are free and each guest receives a free gift on Family Day. Try your hand at goaltending, shooting, play-by-play, and hosting a sports broadcast. See the collection of hockey artifacts, including the Stanley Cup!

Brookfield Place, 30 Yonge St., Toronto
February 19, 10 am–5 pm
$13 kids, $19 adults

Family Day at Mackenzie House

Enjoy a Scottish Dance troupe, print souvenirs on the 1845 press, and decorate cookies in the historic kitchen.
82 Bond St., Toronto
February 19
noon–5 pm
Children $2.65, Adult $6.19

Family Day at Montgomery’s Inn

Have fun at an Irish ceilidh, try some tasty treats from the historic kitchen, play some old-fashioned games, try your hand at the spoons, and make some arts and crafts.

4709 Yonge St., North York
February 19, 1–5 pm
$2.65 kids, $6.19 adults

Family Day at Spadina Museum

Enjoy a family-friendly tour with games and cookie decorating in the setting of the beautifully restored 1920s’ home.

285 Spadina Rd., Toronto
February 19, noon–5 pm
$4.87 kids, $7.96 adults

Family Day at Todmorden Mills

Tour the historic homes at Todmorden Mills and enjoy some family crafts.

67 Pottery Rd., Toronto
February 19, noon–4 pm
$2.65 kids, $6.19 adults

Family Day Clay Activity

Discover an exciting new work of art by working together with your family on a clay collage at the Gardiner Museum.

111 Queen’s Park, Toronto
February 19, 10 am–5 pm
Free for kids, $15 adults

Family Day Weekend at the Ontario Science Centre

Get hands-on with cool inventions and tech-inspired artwork at the Tech Art Fair, learn about the physics of bike riding by doing (18 months–5 years), see the Science on Fire show or the Energy Show, learn how to make paper, and more.

February 17, 10 am–8 pm; February 18–19, 10 am–5 pm
$13 ages 3–12, $16 ages 13–17, $22 adults

Family Fun at the Legislative Assembly of Ontario

Learn about Ontario’s Parliament and history and explore the Legislature through a scavenger hunt. Pre-register at 416-325-0051.

Legislative Assembly of Ontario, Queen’s Park, Toronto
February 17, 10 am–11:30 am and noon–1:30 pm

Family Fun Day at the Bata Shoe Museum

Kids can enjoy winter-themed arts and crafts, play I-spy in the galleries, and try on some funky footwear.

327 Bloor St. W., Toronto
February 19, 10 am–4 pm
$5 kids, $14 adults

Family Funday Weekend: One World at the ROM

Celebrate Family Day weekend at the Royal Ontario Museum with multicultural musical performances, special hands-on activities, and more.

100 Queen’s Park, Toronto
February 17–19, 11 am–4 pm
$14 ages 4–14, $15.50 ages 15–19, $20 adults

Family Fun Fest

Downsview Park transforms into an indoor amusement park with over 30 attractions, like jumping castles, rides, giant slides, live entertainers, and arcade and carnival games.

Downsview Park, 40 Carl Hall Rd., Studio 3, Toronto
February 17–19, 10 am–6pm
$25 ages 2–13 (includes unlimited rides), $8 ages 14 and up, $60 family pass

Free Community Skate at Mattamy Athletic Centre

Come to the former Maple Leaf Gardens and enjoy a fun leisure skate at Canada’s “Cathedral of Hockey”.

50 Carlton St., Toronto
February 19, 1–4 pm

Kids Fest Toronto

Over 30 inflatable roads and attractions are ready for children to slide, ride, and bounce all day. There are also exotic animals, mini-putt, carnival games, and Mad Science for kids.

International Centre, Hall 6, 6900 Airport Rd., Mississauga
February 17–19, 10 am–6pm
$25 kids (includes unlimited rides), $8 adults, $60 family pass

Romance of the Rails

The Model Railroad Club of Toronto celebrates its 80th anniversary with a world in miniature, with trains traveling over 4,000 feet of track depicting Canadian railroading in the 1950s.

11 Curity Ave., Toronto
February 19, noon–4:3 0pm
$5 kids, $8 adults

TIFF DigiPlaySpace

Interact with technology in a fun way, through dancing, jumping, clicking, touching, and drawing. Designed for kids ages 3–13. Timed tickets are required.

350 King St. W., Toronto
February 17–April 22, Tue.–Fri. 2–4 pm, weekends and holidays (including Family Day)10 am–6 pm
$11 weekdays, $13 weekends and holidays


Rouge Park hosts a full day of winter activities and traditional games, including curling, hockey, snowshoe demos, birding, and trail games.

Rouge Park, Zoo Road Welcome Area, 1749 Meadowvale Rd., Scarborough
February 18, 11 am–4 pm
Free, but food donations appreciated


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