Type: Architecture, Art & Culture, Cultural Venues, Day Trips, Family Friendly, Historic Sites, History Museums, Museums, Outdoor Activities, Outdoor Activities - Summer, Outdoor Activities - Winter, Parks, Public Spaces, Sightseeing
Taking your kids to the historic home of one of Toronto's first architects may seem laughable. Have we met your children? Gazing at watercolours is hardly a hobby of theirs. However, we are almost as... Read More
Taking your kids to the historic home of one of Toronto's first architects may seem laughable. Have we met your children? Gazing at watercolours is hardly a hobby of theirs. However, we are almost as interested in the environs of this historical site as we are the kid-friendly activities within it. Besides the requisite birthday parties and day camps, there are a ton of seasonal activities attached to this home, including Easter egg hunts in Toronto's verdant High Park. John and Jemima Thomas, the original owners of the house, decreed that the park remain free for the enjoyment of "the citizens in Toronto." Even though your kids may have a free ride, it is good for them to recognize that it is historical kindness that leads to low dollar experiences.
- Family-Friendly Museums: "Social media is the way to go to make sure that there is a kid's friendly activity on the agenda the weekend you are visiting. If not, there is a whole lot of incredible green space for your free-range children to roam."
- Best for Family-Friendly Museums Because: Lots of space for your little rascals to run amuck, with just enough culture to help them to one day become responsible citizens.