Are you on a budget before the holidays, but still need help to find things to do in Toronto? Here are some inexpensive things you can do in Toronto this fall for under $20:

Get into the Halloween spirit and check out the Toronto After Dark Film Festival and binge on all sorts of horror movies this fall.

Location: 259 Richmond Street west, Toronto, Ontario

Cost: $13 per movie or $149 for access to all 20 screenings

Website: Toronto after Dark

 

Visit Organics Family Farm for some fun apple picking or check out their fresh meat and produce section.

Location: 7550 19th Ave. Markham, Ontario L6B 1A8

Cost: $10 per person or $35 for a 20lb bag for apple picking

Website: Organics Farm 

 

Enjoy a caffeinated (or not so caffeinated beverage) at Snakes & Lattes while playing
any board game you choose! Snakes & Lattes is North America’s premier board game café that offer a library of thousands of playable games old and new, from classics like Clue, Scrabble, & Monopoly to modern favourites such as Settlers of Catan, Apples to Apples, and Anomia.

Location: 600 Bloor St West, Toronto, Ontario M6G 1K4

Cost: $5 fee to borrow a board game

Website: Snakes & Lattes

Gorge on a tonne of pancakes and all the art your heart desires at the Pancakes and Booze Art show in Toronto this fall. With works from 100 local artists, this will be one night you don’t want to miss out on!

Location: The Opera House 735 Queen St. E, Toronto, Ontario, M4M 1H1

Cost: $5 cover

Website: Booze and Art Show

Check out your favourite YouTube sensation at Buffer Festival; from categories like Gaming and Animation to Beauty and Liftestyle, Comedy Vloggers and just about anything and everything in-between.

Location: Various locations – please visit website below.

Cost: $20

Website: Buffer Festival

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