15 Fun Things To Do This Spring In Toronto

There are so many things to do in and around Toronto this spring. Check out the list below and ease yourself out of your winter hibernation. 

With spring quickly approaching us, it’s safe to say that the worst of winter is over and we can start looking forward to warmer weather and plan lots of fun events. Luckily, there are so many things to do in and around Toronto this spring. Check out the list below and ease yourself out of your winter hibernation.

  1. Cherry Blossoms in High Park

Visit the gorgeous cherry blossoms in High Park this Spring.

  1. TIFF Kids Film Festival

Between March 9th and March 18th watch the fantastic work of filmmakers, both Canadian and International, with your family.

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  1. Fashion Art Toronto

Between April 17th and 21st, visit and explore Fashion Art Toronto, a week celebrating arts, fashion and contemporary design.

  1. Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors

The iconic Infinity Mirrors exhibit is coming to the Art Gallery of Toronto on March 3rd to May 27th. Hopefully, you grabbed yourself some tickets!

  1. Spring Flower Show

Stop by Allan Gardens this Spring from now until April 29th for a collection of fresh flowers, with a special East show from March 25th to April 29th.

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  1. AGO First Thursdays

Every first Thursday of the month, the AGO hosts an evening party across the gallery, so gather your friends this Spring and head over.

  1. Blue Jays Game

The spring vibes feel real when the Blue Jays come back to the field. Grab your tickets, wear your Toronto gear, and head over to the Rogers Centre to support the Toronto Blue Jays this season.

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Welcome back, MVP! ? #WeOutHere

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  1. Doors Open Toronto

Visit over 100 of Toronto’s significant buildings at Doors Open on Saturday, May 26 to Sunday, May 27, 2018.

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Just announced! The 19th annual #DOT18 returns May 26 & 27, 2018 with a new theme — "Film: The Great Romance." Explore Toronto's thriving film industry & see inside historic cinemas, post-production houses, TV & digital media studios & more! Doors Open Toronto is produced by the City of Toronto and presented by @greatgulf. Info: http://toronto.ca/doorsopen. #xoTO #architecture #doorsopentoronto #doorsopen #toronto #archdaily #streetsoftoronto #torontostreets #ig_toronto #lovetoronto #torontolife #torontoliving #torontophoto #igerstoronto #torontoblogger #yyzblogger #canadianblogger #urbanandstreet #justgoshoot #thepeoplescreatives #hypetoronto #toronto_insta #torontoclx #thankyoutoronto #blogto #narcitytoronto #6ixwalks #toptorontophoto #dailyhiveto

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  1. PhoebeNewYork Solo Exhibit

New York street artist is hosting her first solo show in Toronto during the month of March at Gallery 181. Exhibit hours are Wednesday to Saturday between noon and 6pm.

  1. Canadian Music Week

Between May 7th and 13th, celebrate a week of music around the city with artists like Sloan, Madison Beer, and Said The Whale.

  1. Power Ball XX: Carousal 

Toronto’s iconic party is back at The Power Plant on May 31st with a carnivalesque theme!

  1. Toronto Art Crawl Spring Pop-Up

Head over to the historic Great Hall on April 8th for a day of art, music, and great shopping. Tickets are $5 online and $8 at the door.

  1. Digifest 2018

For startup and tech fans, Digifest is taking place at Corus Quay this April from the 26th to the 28th.

  1. Veggielicious

Dine in Toronto finest restaurants tasting plant-based meals between May 4th and 21st.

  1. Coffee and Tea Expo

Coffee and tea lovers unite this April 14th and 15th at the Coffee and Tea Expo held at the Evergreen Brick Works!

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Bold colour pairs well with bold flavour at @tucanacoffee, don't you think? #ourculture (?: @k.atarina) . . . . . . . When you can’t decide between a cappuccino or matcha latte so you get both. ? ??? Definitely more of a coffee lover though, what about you guys? ?? ??? Also find it kind of funny how I unexpectedly matched the pink interior of @tucanacoffee. Guess it was meant to be. ? ??? ?: @thedesertcarnation ? ? ? ? #tucanacoffee #torontocoffee #torontocoffeeshop #caffeineaddict #caffeine #latte #drinklocalcoffee #local #cafeculture #torontocafe #cafeculture #torontocoffeeshops #locallove #torontolocal #exploringTOcafes #Cafe #cafecrawl #coffeeculture #coffeeshop #cafecorner #cafehopping #torontocoffeeandtea #tcte #butfirstcoffee #coffeeshopvibes

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Did we miss any of the top things to do this spring in Toronto and the GTA?

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