Attractions & things to do for the kids in your life

Outdoor art

ARTS & CULTURE: Outdoor art

It’s fun to find art in unexpected places. And it’s free. What’s not to love?

Bard's Bus Tour by Driftwood Theatre
Toronto (4 - 16 years old) FREE
Birdhouse City in Picton
Picton (2 - 12 years old) FREE
Bloor-Yorkville Icefest in Toronto
Toronto (2 - 16 years old) FREE
Canoe Landing
Toronto (2 - 16 years old) FREE
College Park
Toronto (2 - 16 years old) FREE
Doris McCarthy Trail
Scarborough (2 - 16 years old) FREE
Dufferin Grove Park
Toronto (2 - 16 years old) FREE
Dusk Dances
Toronto (2 - 16 years old)
Dusk Dances in Withrow Park
Toronto (2 - 16 years old)
Franklin Children's Garden on Toronto Islands
Toronto islands (2 - 9 years old)
Harvest Moon Bakery and Gardens
Lion's Head (2 - 16 years old) FREE
Labyrinth in High Park
Toronto (2 - 16 years old) FREE
Little Norway Park
Toronto (2 - 12 years old) FREE
McCleary Playground
Toronto (2 - 5 years old) FREE
MOCCA
Toronto (6 - 16 years old) FREE
Mount Pleasant Cemetery
Toronto (4 - 16 years old) FREE
Nathan Phillips Square
Toronto (2 - 16 years old) FREE
Nuit Blanche in Toronto
Toronto (6 - 16 years old) FREE

Other Outdoor art, not visited yet but on our wish list

Definitely on my wish list!

Art Walk of Tree Sculptures in Orangeville
Orangeville ( 2 - 12 years old)

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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