Attractions & things to do for the kids in your life



Nothing beats hearing the real thing live! Seeing for themselves what accomplished musicians can do could can fire up imaginations and motivate beginners to practice more often (always a hidden agenda, isn’t there?) 

Canadian Opera Company
Toronto (10 - 16 years old)
Carolling in the park at The Beach
(2 - 16 years old) FREE
Music with Bite at Harbourfront Centre
Toronto (4 - 12 years old) FREE
Roy Thomson Hall
Toronto (4 - 12 years old) FREE
St. James Cathedral
Toronto (4 - 12 years old) FREE
Toronto Music Garden
Toronto (2 - 16 years old) FREE
Toronto Symphony Orchestra
Toronto (4 - 16 years old)
Yonge-Dundas Square
Toronto (2 - 16 years old) FREE

Other Music, not visited yet but on our wish list

Definitely on my wish list!

Canadian International Military Tattoo
Hamilton ( 6 - 16 years old)

Definitely on my wish list!

Collingwood Elvis Festival
Collingwood ( 6 - 16 years old)

Buy the book Toronto Street Art Strolls

Nathalie's tips for a smooth outing

Avoid taking a child under the age recommended by the producers of a show. If they say the show is for kids 5 years and older, it’s because they know that toddlers will grow restless, and chances are you’ll have to leave the show before the end.


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