Things to Do in Toronto This December For under $20

Here are things to do in December that are all under $20:

December’s a magical time to explore the city, but with all the Christmas dinners, parties and shopping we know it can be a little tight on the wallet. Here are things to do in December that are all under $20:

One of a Kind Christmas Show | Adult Admission $13

Currently on until December 6th, 2015, the One of a Kind Christmas show is a great place to walk around and discover handmade and unique crafts. To purchase your ticket, click here


Black Creek Pioneer Village | Adult Admission $15 & Children $11

Experience an old fashioned Christmas at Black Creek Pioneer Village where you will learn about the origins of traditional Christmas foods and the Christmas tree. Explore the village with a fresh cup of warmed cider, make your own ornaments and taste fresh mincemeat tarts over a fireplace in a historic kitchen.

Learn more about the experience here

Winterfest on Toronto’s Waterfront | Under $20

From December 18-20th, 2015 enjoy Christmas festivities along the waterfront! For just $12 your precious pet can take a photo with Santa; here you will also get to meet the Dog Sledding Team and watch the Ultimutt Stunt Dog Show for free! There will also be a Pastry-eating contests that will be free of charge.

For more information visit:   WaterFront BIA 


Enjoy a Wonderful Winter Escape on Toronto Island | $7 for the Ferry ($3.50 for kids)

Did you know  you can still go to the Toronto islands in the winter? You might be wondering what you can do if there beaches are closed, but you can be suprised!  Bring the kids to make a snowman, you can snowshoe or cross country ski, and lastly the Far Enough Farm is still open!


Cineplex Family Favourite December | $2.99

Head to your local Cineplex cinema on Saturday mornings at 11:00 am for Family Favourites. Watch a family favourite film each week for only $2.99. It’s a fun and affordable way to enjoy the weekend with your family! Get more details and line-up information here

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