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The Black Creek Pioneer Village offers up the chance to take a step back in time and immerse yourself in a 'living history museum' of the 1800's.
There is something for everyone at Chinguacousy Park; paddle boats, farm animals, playgrounds, dirt biking, skate boarding, and much more...
One of the most popular farms in Southern Ontario, Chudleigh's Apple Farm is a great place for families to enjoy the country and eat some fresh, tasty apples.
Take a step back in time and visit a traditional 15th century Iroquoian Village where it once stood at Crawford Lake Conservation Area.
High Park is a giant 400 acre mega park located just on the west side of the city of Toronto with something interesting for everyone.
There is a place near Niagara Falls where families can view Dolphins, Beluga and Killer whales, and walk among deer in an enclosed area.
Rattlesnake Point provides some amazing hiking, stunning views, and just enough risk to make it an awesome outing.
Sometimes an outing in the country is just what the doctor ordered. Springridge Farm harvests fruit and fun for the whole family. And you can even take home a tasty pie at the end of the day, too!
An unlikely outing, Toronto Pearson International Airport provides great viewing of inbound and outbound flights from many different vantage points.
The Metro Toronto Zoo is a favourite go-to outing. Visitors will always have an interesting and fun time exploring. There is so much to discover for people of all ages.