Five March Break Activities in Ontario

By: Mitchell Saldanha Real Estate Team

Five March Break Activities in Ontario

Tags: March Break, Family Fun, Ontario

March Break is approaching quickly which means the kids are off school for a week. It can be hard to decide what to do with your kids while they are off, as the weather can sometimes be unpredictable in Ontario. 


To help you out and provide some ideas, here is a list of five fun March Break activities that you and your family can enjoy this break from the Mitchell Saldanha Real Estate Team: 

1. Toronto Zoo


The Toronto Zoo is sure to be a favourite day out for anyone this March Break. There is so much to see and do at the Zoo including visiting the seven geographic regions: Indo-Malaya, Africa, Americas, Tundra Trek, Australasia, Eurasia Wilds, and the Canadian Domain. Also, you can’t forget about the Kids’ Discovery Zone. 


There are a variety of activities to enjoy at the zoo, including the daily keeper talks, which happen at different times of the day with animals and their keepers, and fun rides like the TundraAir Ride and the Conservation Carousel. 




Head to Indigo during this March Break to enjoy some books and activities with your kids. There are a variety of Indigos across Ontario, which are offering different events and activities throughout March Break for your kids to enjoy:


Monday March 16th is for the Artist, where you can let your imagination run wild and get crafty with various activities 

Tuesday March 17th is  for the Gamer, where you can play Hasbro Games, Beyblades or do a scavenger hunt to find Waldo

Wednesday March 18th is  for the Collector, where you can collect your own L.O.L lil sister or Bakugan cards 

Thursday March 19th is for the Builder, where you can build LEGO and participate in fun science experiments 

Finally, on Friday March 20th, become a Dreamer, where you can have fun with Paw Patrol and Peppa Pig activities and toys


*Make sure you check your local stores to ensure they have these particular events occurring at the location near you. Some events may only be at particular locations or vary in locations.


3. Bugfeast 2020


Want to try something new this March Break? Check out Bugfeast, happening at the Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory. This annual event allows you to enjoy some tasty treats made from insects. This year’s recipes are inspired by camping in the great outdoors. The menu includes: fire-roasted crickets, ‘bugs n’ bites’ (trail mix with roasted mealworms) and s’more flavoured fudge with roasted ants.


While you are attending Bugfeast, you might as well enjoy everything that the Butterfly Conservatory has to offer. You can walk amongst thousands of butterflies, which fly around the conservatory, explore insects in themed exhibits, including a honey bee hive. There are also over 100 different varieties of plants, waterfalls, streams, reflecting pools, tropical finches, Chinese painted quails, and red-eared slider turtles

4. March Break in Blue Mountain Village


Looking for a little getaway this spring break? Why not head to Blue Mountain Village to enjoy some fun and exciting activities for the entire family? Enjoy maple sugar taffy on the snow, the amazing race, a DJ party in the village a magic show with Sawyer Bullock, the birds of prey show, horse and wagon rides, live music, and much more. Check out the complete schedule for March Break here.


While you are there, you can even enjoy all of the other activities which are available at Blue Mountain year-round, including downhill skiing, crock-a-doodle, the spa in blue mountain village, pond skating, and other winter activities (which may be weather dependent).




Enjoy a fun-filled day at the Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada in Toronto. This is one of several locations of this aquarium in North America, where you can immerse yourself in an underwater world of over 20,000 aquatic animals. 


You can experience many different animals, including horseshoe crabs, sharks, scarlet cleaner shrimps, and stingrays. Enjoy an amazing experience of getting up close and personal with the stingrays, which includes a behind-the-scenes tour, in-water experience with Ray Bay, photos, and a souvenir backpack and towel.


Don’t forget to enjoy Toronto’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade this March Break. The Annual Parade will take place on Sunday March 15, 2020 at 12:00pm, beginning on the corner of Queens Park and Bloor Street.


Comment below and let us know some of your favourite March Break activities to do with your family or loved ones.