A weekend in Toronto with the kids

TORONTO | When the time comes to go on a getaway with all the kids, Toronto is full of little treasures.

A weekend in Toronto with the kids

TORONTO | When the time comes to go on a getaway with all the kids, Toronto is full of little treasures. There are plenty of restaurants, museums, art galleries and a host of activities that will appeal to young and old alike.

6:00 p.m.: Arrival at Ace Hotel Toronto

The new Ace Hotel in Toronto is the perfect home base to be at the center of the city's action, but also to treat yourself to rest. If young professionals meet there for a drink at the bar on the roof terrace or for a delicious bite to eat at the Lobby of the hotel, the Ace also welcomes families who would like to rest. We take a few minutes to cool off and we leave!

acehotel.com/toronto

7 p.m.: Dinner at Barque Smokehouse

For a delicious and flavorful dinner, Barque Smokehouse does not disappoint. You will be served pieces of smoked and juicy meat, burgers full of flavor and above all papers and pencils to keep your little ones busy. A favorite address for families in the neighborhood.

barque.ca

9 a.m.: Breakfast at the Lawder cafe

Bring all your brats to one of the branches of the Lawder Cafe. Here, you will have 1001 breakfast options, each one more generous than the next. The retro decor and warm atmosphere will charm you.

landwer.ca

10:30 a.m.: Visit of the ROM museum

Toronto's impressive ROM Museum (Royal Ontario Museum) is a destination in itself. Here, you will discover mummies, stuffed animals, works of art... it's all there! Until January 8, 2023, you can even visit a special exhibition based on the film “Fantastic Creatures”. A magical experience that will immerse you in the world of J.K Rowling. Children will be amazed.

rom.on.ca

12:30 p.m.: Quick lunch at La Cubana

This little Cuban sandwich restaurant is the perfect place to grab a bite to eat on the way to Kensington Market. You can choose to take your meal to take away or enjoy it comfortably seated in the retro and colorful decor of the restaurant.

lacubana.ca

1:30 p.m.: Discovery of Kensington Market and its shops

Stroll through this pretty, colorful neighborhood. You can shop there or stroll through the various food counters to taste. A nice ride!

destinationtoronto.com

End of the day: Stop at Eataly

A trip to Toronto is never complete without a stop at Eataly. This huge food chain offers fresh products directly imported from Italy. There is a grocery corner with everything you could dream of, but also various mini-restaurants where you can sit down or order take-out. If you have young children, you can easily choose a meal to go, to be enjoyed in the comfort of your hotel room while the mini sleeps.

eataly.ca

8:00 am: Start of the day at Forget Me Not Coffee

To end the weekend well, a stop at Forget Me Not Coffee is a must. You can stock up on scones, croissants and take the opportunity to try a lavender coffee or a simple black coffee to take away.

forgetmenotshop.ca

10 a.m.: Observe tiger sharks at the Toronto Aquarium

The aquarium is an essential outing that will amaze your kids. In addition to observing some colorful and fabulous marine specimens, you can also see impressive tiger sharks in action. Do not miss the opportunity to see divers in the different pools! An experience that promises to please all members of your clan.

ripleyaquariums.com/canada

Heading home!

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