The CN Tower is the tallest building in Toronto and a defining landmark, reaching to more than 550 meters. Apart from serving as a hub for telecommunication across the city, the CN Tower has become a major tourist destination. If the glass floor is not enough excitement for you or your kids, there is the Himalamazon Motion Theater Ride and the Maple Leaf Cinema, showing a 15-minute film about the construction of the tower 37 years ago. The CN Tower also presents the Legends of Flight film in 3D. Its family-friendly display explores the history of flight, from the Wright Brothers manufacture of the first ever plane to today’s jetliners and aircraft carriers.
301 Front St W, Toronto, ON, Canada +1 416 868 6937
At whatever time of the year you’re visiting, there are numerous of things to do in Québec City with your little ones. You and your family will fall in love with how the Québécois display their zest for the winter by conducting amazing events for families, such as The Winter Carnival and various outdoor activities such as skiing, snow tubing, and ice canoeing. In the summer, outdoor events like biking, boating, rafting, canyoning, and sliding are available to keep your kids busy and begging for more. Québec was a French-founded colony formed in 1608. Its name is derived from the Algonquin word Kebec, which means ‘where the river narrows.’ Your kids will have fun hearing French spoken everywhere and eating the French-inspired cuisine.
Black Creek Pioneer Village is a classical pioneer village attraction, complete with historic buildings, demonstrations of skills and chores used in earlier times, hands-on activities for kids, and interpreters in period dress. Though it is a child-friendly village, it also has perks for adults, such as the famous microbrewery. For those who cannot make it to Toronto, there are similar working villages in other parts of Canada. Eastern Ontario’s Upper Canada Village, Muskoka Heritage Place, or Fort William Historical Park in Thunder Bay.
1000 Murray Ross Parkway, Toronto, ON, Canada +1 416 736 1733
Whistler is a well-known winter wonderland for the family. Get the skis on and get ready for breathtaking views, even the kids will be spellbound. There are also a number of indoor activities, such as a playground area, golf, scavenger hunts, and much more to keep your children entertained. If by any chance you are here in summer, then get ready for some awesome weather and even more activities. Biking, swimming, and trailing are very enjoyable, especially when the sun is out.
Everyone who has ever visited Ontario ‘loves Marineland,’ and it’s difficult to dispute that particular statement. The park owns killer whales and belugas, and you may attend the fun shows starring dolphins, walruses, and sea lions. The marine mammals are the highlight of a day at Marineland. The park also has a number of the amusement rides for your kids. From the Sky Screamers to the Ocean of Odyssey and the Lady Bug Coaster. At Marineland, there is something to thrill kids of all ages.
7657 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, ON, Canada +1 905 356 9565
If you are looking forward to taking your little ones to visit something that is meant just for them, then look no further than the Canadian Children’s Museum. The Children’s Museum is the place where children of all age groups can learn through play. This attraction has proven popular since it opened in 1989. Plan your visit by getting a Children’s Museum passport, so that your little ones can collect the stamps as they make their visit to all the corners of the world.
100 Rue Laurier, Gatineau, QC, Canada +1 819 776 7000