30 of the very best things to do in Toronto this June 2022 (2022)

Summer is finally here, friends! We’ve waited a long time for this moment and now, it’s time to enjoy everything there is to love about the season in Toronto. From food and music festivals to outdoor concerts to epic attractions and much more, our city knows how to make the most of this gorgeous time of year. There are so many things to do in Toronto this June 2022, so let’s take a look at the biggest and best to come.

Here are 30 of the top events, activities, and attractions to check out around Toronto this month.

FESTIVALS & MAJOR EVENTS

100 Days of Summer by Art & Water

Toronto’s waterfront has released itsjam-packed summer programming and kicking things off is Canada’s first and only floating arts and culture festival running until September 5. “Performances will bring together songwriters, musicians, and other artists from all walks of life to deliver art and culture into the daily lives of Torontonians,” the description says. It’s not one to miss!

Where:585 Queens Quay West & 1 Queens Quay West
When: Until September 5, 2022

Lavazza IncluCity Festival

Calling all film buffs! Toronto’s historic Distillery District will host the Lavazza IncluCity Festival this June and will be transformed into a giant open-air cinema village under the stars.

Outdoor theatres and patios will line Distillery’sTrinity Street and a new innovative theatre space will offer a magical vantage point for festival goers,” the description says. Some venues will have comfy couch seating and large digital screens for an upgraded experience.

Where:The Distillery Historic District
When:June 27 – July 16, 2022

TD Toronto Jazz Festival

Jazz-lovers, jazz up! The 10-day event celebrating your fave music and musicians is returning this month for its 35th year. The impressive lineup this year includes major names like Smokey Robinson, Gregory Porter, and Michael Kaeschammer.

When:Begins June 24, 2022
Where: See schedule here

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Sugarland Festival

A music festival is coming to Toronto’s sandy shorelines this month. The event, called SugarLand Festival, will be putting on a one-day festival on Toronto’s Sugar Beach called Let There Be House. The festival is put on by Prism Events, Canada’s largest gay event production company, and is described as a safe and inclusive space for all members of the LGBTQ2S+ community.

Where:Sugar Beach, 25 Dockside Dr
When:Sunday, June 26, 3 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Do West Fest

A street-wide celebration is making its way to Dundas St West. Dubbed “Toronto’s official start to summer,” Do West Fest (formerly Dundas West Fest), promises to deliver three days of non-stop fun to the west end. As always, the festival will occupy 14 blocks of Dundas St West, stretching from Ossington to Lansdowne in the heart of Little Portugal.

Where: Dundas St West, Ossington to Lansdowne
When: June 3-5, 2022

Pedestrian Sundays at Kensington Market

After a two-year hiatus, the Sunday street parties we know and love are officially back at Kensington Market. Pedestrian Sundays are back for the summer and will continue well into the fall. On the last Sunday of every month for the next several months, Toronto’s most eccentric neighbourhood will host a street-wide celebration of community, culture, and ecology.

Where:Kensington Market
When: June 26, 2022

SickKids All-Star Gala

One of the most high-profile Toronto galas of 2022 is taking place this month, aiming to raise over $100,000 for infant congenital heart disease research and patient care at the Hospital for Sick Children. It’ll be attended by some of the most prominent figures in sports, media and entertainment, and will feature live music, a celebrity fashion show, an open bar, and a silent auction.

Where: Toronto Event Centre, 15 Saskatchewan Rd
When: June 10, 2022, 9 p.m.

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PRIDE MONTH EVENTS

Pride Street Fair

A multitude of vendors, artisans, and local organizations will take over The Village during Festival Weekend. Come together in celebration of togetherness and support for the community and most importantly, have fun! Plus, you’ll want to check out the Wellness Zone, Art Zone, and Food Zone.

Where: Church St & Wellesley St
When: June 24-26, 2022

Pride Parade

After two long years, Toronto’s world-famous Pride Parade will take place for its 41st in-person edition this June. Celebrate how far Toronto’s 2SLGBTQ+ community has come and throw on your rainbow colours for this massive celebration of love. There will be over 200 contingents and over 200,000 marchers in this year’s parade, so needless to say, it will be spectacular.

Where: Bloor St & Yonge St
When: June 26, 2022, 2 pm

Trans Rally & March

Described as one of the largest and most exciting Pride events in the world, the Trans Rally & March is dedicated to trans and non-binary individuals. Come out and show Toronto’s trans and non-binary folks some love!

Where: Church St & Hayden St
When: June 24, 2022, 7 pm

Dyke Rally & Dyke March

This annual event is finally returning to an in-person format this year. The rally and march is a dyke and lesbian-centered space that honours Toronto’s dyke community.

Where: Church St & Hayden St
When: June 25, 2022, 1 pm

Cabana Pool Party: Pride 2022

Pride Toronto’s annual pool party is back this June with an extra-special lineup of drag performers. The event will be headlined by Symone ofRuPaul’s Drag Racewho will surely keep you entertained as you bask in the sun, sip drinks, and celebrate Pride.

Where: Cabana Pool Bar, 11 Polson St
When: June 15, 2022

Pride Month Kickoff Party

Stackt Market will transform into a celebration of all things Pride to kick off the month of June. The event will feature epic programming, events, art installations, and musical performances celebrating Toronto’s 2SLGBTQ+ community. Get ready to dance, eat, shop, and support the city’s 2SLGBTQ+ artists and creators.

Where: Stackt Market, 28 Bathurst St
When: June 4, 2022

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LIVE SHOWS & ENTERTAINMENT

Music on the River

Boating, music, warm nights — put ’em all together and you have what might just be the coolest live concert experience Toronto has to offer. Music on the River is a concert series right on the Humber River and you’ll get to paddle your way to the show. Your ticket comes with a boat rental, paddle, lifejackets, access to the show, and a glowstick to wave along with the music.

Where:Humber River Paddling Centre, 9 Old Mill Rd
When: June 17, 2022

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Attention Potterheads, this is not a drill! The highly-anticipated production ofHarry Potter and the Cursed Childis finally coming to Toronto. This version of the world’s most award-winning play will feature an all-Canadian cast and it’ll bring the wizarding world of Harry Potter to life on the Mirvish stage.

Featuring “spectacular spells, a mind-blowing race through time, and an epic battle to stop mysterious forces,” this show will have you on the edge of your seat from start to finish!

Where:244 Victoria St
When:Select dates

Cirque du Soleil

After a long hiatus, Cirque du Soleil has finally brought its iconic Big Top back to Toronto for a breathtaking performance. Until July, the city will be treated to Cirque du Soleil’s most critically acclaimed show, called KURIOS — Cabinet of Curiosities. The performers will take the stage at Ontario Place for a “mind-boggling” limited series of shows that combine acrobatics with art, poetry, and humour.

Where:Ontario Place, 955 Lake Shore Blvd W
When: Until July 10, 2022

RÜFÜS DU SOL at Woodbine Park

One of the biggest EDM groups out there is coming to Toronto for a beachside performance at Woodbine Park. This is sure to be one of the best outdoor concerts of the season here in the city, so it’s not one to miss. General admission tickets start at just under $180 each.

Where: Woodbine Park, 1695 Queen St E
When: June 3, 2022, 6 p.m.

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FOOD & DRINK EVENTS

Taco Fest

A mouthwatering food festival dedicated to all things taco-related is coming to Street Eats Market. Sink your teeth into savoury and crunchy tacos of all varieties. This is one ofmany food festivals to comeover the next few months in Toronto. And if you can’t get enough of this beloved Mexican staple,a massive taco and tequila festival will hit the city later this month.

When:June 3—5, 2022
Where:500 Progress Ave

Foodalicious Toronto

Food trucks, live music, midway rides, carnival games, mazes, and obstacle courses, all in one place! Foodalicious is taking over Downsview Park this month for a food-centric event like no other. Get ready to eat, drink, dance, and play the day away at this fun annual event.

When:June 10—12, 2022
Where:Downsview Park, 35 Carl Hall Rd

The Mac n’ Cheese Festival

Imagine the most ooey-gooey, cheesy, and delicious comfort food you can think of. Now, imagine an entire event that’s dedicated to it. Sounds like heaven on earth, doesn’t it? Well, it’s about to become reality at the mac n’ cheese festival at Street Eats Market. Vendors selling various unique and delicious mac n’ cheese creations will take over the outdoor venue for one weekend only. Don’t miss out!

When:June 17—19, 2022
Where:500 Progress Ave

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Taste of Little Italy

This beloved annual event is hosted by Little Italy BIA and takes place along College Street, from Bathurst St. to Shaw St, a.k.a. Toronto’s Little Italy neighbourhood. The street fest closes the road to vehicles, as live music, vendors, and awesome food stands take over. Make sure you head to it with an empty stomach, as food is definitely the draw.

When:June 17—19, 2022
Where:College St W (Little Italy)

Taco Fest by Taste Toronto

This epic food festival is definitely giving Toronto something to taco ’bout. The three-day fiesta will feature over 100 varieties of tacos from Toronto’s top restaurants and chefs, so you better come hungry! To spice things up even more, Taco Fest will have tequila and specialty cocktails to pair your tacos with, as well as mariachi bands and salsa dancing to entertain you in between bites.

Where:The West Island, Ontario Place, 955 Lakeshore Blvd West
When:June 17-19, 2022

Pinoy Night Market

The first of several Filipino food events to come this summer kicks off on June 24 at Street Eats Market. You’ll get to indulge in mouthwatering Filipino cuisine under the stars at this summertime night market. Count us in!

When:June 24—26, 2022
Where:500 Progress Ave

ARTS & CULTURE EVENTS

The Colourway

A whimsical walkway has popped up in Toronto. The free outdoor pop-up, called The Colourway, is a series of rainbow arches made out of 5,000 recycled pool noodles. If you snap a photo of The Colourway, you’ll be given access to all kinds of deals and freebies at participating storefronts in the area, including free pizza, gym passes, clothing discounts, and more.

Where: 1479 Yonge St
When: Until June 24, 2022

Indigenous Fashion Arts Festival

This elaborate ode to Indigenous fashion, crafts and textiles is back with four runway shows featuring 25 designers, a marketplace, academic panels and workshops. So, in addition to appreciating Indigenous fashion, you can also learn about it and snag a few covetable pieces for yourself.

When:June 9-12, 2022
Where:Harbourfront Centre

Fantastic Beasts: The Wonder of Nature

A magical new exhibit is coming our way, Toronto! Wizarding World, the official home of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts, has announced an exhibit coming to the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM). Visitors will be able to explore the natural wonders of the animal world and the mythical creatures they inspired, juxtaposing animal species from nature with the magical creatures that inhabit the Wizarding World.

When:June 11, 2022
Where: The ROM, 100 Queens Park

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OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES

The World Naked Bike Ride 2022

It is an annual event that turns heads globally, and it’s returning to Toronto. The World Naked Bike Ride will be taking place this year on June 11. According to organizers, the annual World Naked Bike Ride is a “global protest against the over usage of oil and urban pollution, promoting greater cycling safety on our roads, and encouraging body freedom for everyone.” This is set to be the biggest ride yet, so get ready for quite the spectacle!

When:June 11, 2022
Where:Starts at Coronation Park (by the waterfront at the centre of the park)

Toronto Outdoor Picture Show

The season of movies under the stars is about to return here in the city! The Toronto Outdoor Picture Show (TOPS) is making a comeback for the summer with a new series of programming calledCurtains Up!. The films will pay tribute to all of the performing artists we’ve missed seeing live during the pandemic, from dancers to circus acts to musicians and more.

Where:See locations
When: Begins June 23, 2022

Toronto public pool opening

City-run outdoor pools will open this month and there are so many of them to choose from. There’s nothing like taking a refreshing dip on a hot summer day and starting this June 18 and June 30, you’ll be able to do so at pools all over the city.

Where:See locations
When: Opening June 18 & 30, 2022

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Canada’s Wonderland & SplashWorks

Canada’s premier amusement park has reopened with new attractions, restaurants, and entertainment for visitors to enjoy. Plus, SplashWorks has a brand new cliff-jumping attraction called Mountain Bay Cliffs, along with Canada’s largest outdoor wave pool, 17 water slides, and a Lazy River. Get ready for a summer of fun!

Where:Canada’s Wonderland
When: June 2022

Wet n’ Wild

At a whopping 45 acres and featuring dozens of slides and attractions, this is one of the biggest water parks in Canada, not just Ontario. It features wave pools, adventure slides, vertical freefalling chutes, thrilling slopes, and slides with terrifying twists and turns. Wet n’ Wild reopens early this month to season’s passholders and on June 30 to the public.

Where: 7855 Finch Ave West, Brampton
When: June 30, 2022

There you have it, friends — the very best things to do in Toronto this June. Enjoy!

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30 of the very best things to do in Toronto this June 2022? ›

FESTIVALS & MAJOR EVENTS
  • 100 Days of Summer by Art & Water. ...
  • Lavazza IncluCity Festival. ...
  • Sugarland Festival. ...
  • Do West Fest. ...
  • Pedestrian Sundays at Kensington Market. ...
  • SickKids All-Star Gala. ...
  • Pride Street Fair. ...
  • Pride Parade.
May 30, 2022

Where should I go in Toronto in June? ›

Top Attractions in Toronto
  • Ripley's Aquarium of Canada. 20,460. Aquariums. ...
  • Toronto Island Park. 8,485. Islands • Parks. ...
  • CN Tower. 25,129. ...
  • St. Lawrence Market. ...
  • Royal Ontario Museum. 8,343. ...
  • Hockey Hall of Fame. 4,076. ...
  • Art Gallery of Ontario. 4,285. ...
  • Distillery Historic District. 8,226.

What should I not miss in Toronto? ›

27 Toronto Tourist Attractions That You Shouldn't Miss
  • CN Tower.
  • Ripley's Aquarium of Canada.
  • The Distillery District.
  • Kensington Market.
  • Bata Shoe Museum.
  • Woodbine Beach.
  • “The Toronto Sign” at Nathan Phillips Square.
  • Fort York.

What is the most visited place in Toronto? ›

Toronto's top 10 attractions
  • CN Tower. ...
  • Royal Ontario Museum. ...
  • Ripley's Aquarium of Canada. ...
  • Distillery Historic District. ...
  • The Art Gallery of Ontario. ...
  • Casa Loma. ...
  • Hockey Hall of Fame. ...
  • Rouge National Urban Park.

How many days in Toronto is enough? ›

You can easily fill a whole week or more in Toronto if visiting for the first time, enjoying the trendy city vibes and attractions, dining out and exploring like a local. However, if you are short on time, 3 days in Toronto will ensure you see the best of the city and get a real taste for what is on offer!

What is Toronto most known for? ›

Toronto is known for being a Canadian metropolis with towering buildings, bustling streets, and a famous waterfront skyline dominated by the CN Tower, but that's not all. Toronto is also famous for its ethnic and cultural diversity, its world-famous professional sports teams, and its competitive universities.

What do non tourists do in Toronto? ›

If you're not looking to travel far, here's what's best right in the heart of Downtown Toronto!
  • Take the Beyond Kensington Market Toronto Food Tour. ...
  • Try the Peameal Bacon Sandwich at the St. ...
  • Head over to the historic Distillery District. ...
  • See a movie at the TIFF Bell Lightbox. ...
  • See the cherry blossoms at High Park.
Feb 5, 2021

How safe is downtown Toronto? ›

Is Downtown Toronto safe? Yes, Downtown is generally safe, even at night or for women alone. Most of the sketchy parts of the city are on its fringes. However, we'd suggest staying aware of your surroundings at all times since every city in the world has a problem with pickpocketing crimes.

What is Toronto's newest attraction? ›

These are just a few of the tiny, whimsical details that visitors can discover in Little Canada, Toronto's newest downtown attraction that replicates in miniature our country's geographic regions and their iconic landmarks – but with a considerable dose of whimsy and humour thrown in, just for fun.

Can you see Casa Loma without paying? ›

You cannot gain entry to the gardens without first paying for entrance to the building itself. Short of a fire or other major emergency the gates to the gardens are always padlocked. The gardens are part of Casa Loma and they are not going to permit free entry into the building just so people can walk into the gardens.

Do you need a car in Toronto? ›

You do not need a car in the city. Public transit is easy and efficient and goes most places you'd likely want to visit. Traffic can be heavy and frustrating to drive in, parking is expensive, and there is quite a bit of construction going on in the downtown core.

What is the best month to visit Toronto? ›

The best times to visit Toronto are late April through May and September through October. Peak tourist season occurs during the summer months: the sidewalks come alive with pedestrian marketplaces, patio restaurants and numerous cultural events. However, as temperatures rise, so do prices.

What is the best time to visit Niagara Falls? ›

The best time to visit Niagara Falls is June to August. Summer is peak season, and with good reason: Average highs rest in the low 80s. Mists and breezes from the waterfalls can make the area feel cooler.

How much does it cost to see Niagara Falls? ›

Every year, millions of visitors come to see the spectacular beauty of Niagara Falls. It's always free to walk into Niagara Falls State Park to see the Falls, and it's open 365 days a year!

Where can I go for free in Toronto? ›

21 free things to do in Toronto, even in the winter
  • Art Gallery of Ontario. A staple of Toronto's cultural experience is the Art Gallery of Ontario, known as the AGO. ...
  • Aga Khan Museum. ...
  • Museum of Contemporary Art. ...
  • Redpath Sugar Museum. ...
  • Ryerson Image Centre. ...
  • Icefest. ...
  • Harbourfront Centre. ...
  • Distillery District.
Feb 8, 2017

Why is Toronto called the six? ›

Why is Toronto Called the 6? The term “The 6” was popularized by Drake and refers to the six municipalities that made up Metro Toronto before it was amalgamated in 1998. The name is also derived from the city's first official area code, 416.

How can I spend my weekend in Toronto? ›

17 Fun Ways To Spend A Weekend In Toronto
  1. 1.) EdgeWalk at the CN Tower.
  2. 2.) Head to the patio at Bar Reyna.
  3. 3.) Go for dessert at the Dessert Kitchen.
  4. 4.) Meditate in a salt cave.
  5. 5.) Grab lunch at Chubby's Jamaican Kitchen.
  6. 6.) Explore the Distillery District.
  7. 7.) Explore a festival or event.
  8. 8.) Go for dinner at KIIN.
Jun 16, 2022

Is 2 days in Toronto enough? ›

Toronto is a pretty big city with lots of interesting things, and two days in Toronto won't be enough to see it all, but you can narrow things down based on your interests. Here are some of the highlights that you should consider adding to your Toronto itinerary.

How can I spend 2 days in Toronto? ›

Toronto street art hot spot
  1. St Lawrence Market bustling on a Saturday morning.
  2. Toronto wild style.
  3. Toronto viewed from the CN Tower.
  4. Royal Ontario Museum.
Jan 18, 2022

What is there to do early in the morning in Toronto? ›

Morning Activity: Explore Downtown West/North End
  • Kensington Market – Explore the area on a local history/foodie guided tour!
  • Chinatown.
  • Queen Street West.
  • Queen's Park.
  • Trinity Bellwoods Park.

What US city is most like Toronto? ›

New York, USA

There's a reason why so many New York-based movies are filmed in Toronto. In addition to the hustle and bustle, skyscrapers and range of multicultural neighbourhoods, New York and Toronto are filled with truly unique people.

What is Toronto's nickname? ›

Nicknames for Toronto are nothing new – T-dot, T.O. the 6ix, Hogtown to name a few – but a new poll shows that most of us still refuse to use any moniker for our city. Forum Research released its finding of their poll Wednesday. It found 75 per cent of people polled refer to home as “Toronto.”

What is the coldest month in Toronto? ›

The cold season lasts for 3.4 months, from December 3 to March 16, with an average daily high temperature below 39°F. The coldest month of the year in Toronto is January, with an average low of 18°F and high of 30°F.

What is the best part of Toronto to stay in? ›

If you are in town for some general sightseeing, the best place to stay is in the heart of the city center, specifically in the Entertainment District or along Toronto's beautiful waterfront. One of the most centrally located hotels for sightseeing is the Delta Toronto by Marriott .

Is Toronto subway safe at night? ›

So yes, be aware of your surroundings, and you'll be fine. I've always felt safe walking around in Toronto and taking the subway alone... even in the evenings. Just exercise common sense - stay out of dark alleys etc and be aware of your surroundings. Stay in well lit, busy areas and you should be fine.

Are there pickpockets in Toronto? ›

Toronto police say officers are seeing a recent increase in pickpocket thefts at nightclubs in the entertainment district. Investigators have received multiple reports from victims of stolen items, including wallets and cellphones.

Is Toronto worth visiting? ›

Here's What You Need to Know! Is Toronto worth visiting? That answer is a huge YES! As one of the biggest cities in North America (bigger than every US city besides New York and LA), Toronto has plenty to offer visitors checking out Ontario.

Where is miniature Canada? ›

How to Get Here. Little Canada is located in the heart of downtown Toronto at 10 Dundas East, across the street from Yonge-Dundas Square and The Eaton Centre.

Is Little Canada Free? ›

Everyone should travel through Canada at least once in their lifetime. From captivating vistas to famous landmarks, iconic cityscapes and little stories, you can visit this vast miniature Canadian landmarks in just a few short hours.
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Adult 13—64 yrs$32.00 +HST
Child 4—12 yrs. Children 3 and under are free.$22.00 +HST
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How much does it cost to tour Casa Loma? ›

Casa Loma is open every day from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (last entry at 4:30 p.m.). Admission ranges from CA$30 for adults (about $23) to CA$20 (about $13) for kids. If you purchased a CityPASS, your admission fee is included. Self-guided multimedia tours are also included in general admission.

How much does it cost to go to Casa Loma? ›

GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS
Adults (18 – 64)Seniors (65+)Children (4-13)
$40$35$20
($36.55 + HST)($32.12 + HST)($17.70 + HST)

How long does it take to walk through Casa Loma? ›

Casa Loma is a self-guided visit, so you can go at your own pace when discovering the castle. Usually, two hours are recommended. There are no tour guides, but a multimedia audio tour is available on a first-come, first-served basis (get there early or there may be a wait).

Are buses free in Toronto? ›

You pay a single fare for each one-way trip. The same fare covers subways, streetcars, and buses within the City of Toronto -- there are no fare "zones" to worry about.

Do rental cars have cameras? ›

Rental cars typically do not have hidden cameras in them, as that would violate multiple federal laws. However, depending on what type and model of the vehicle you are buying, you can have backup and rearview cameras as part of a safety package. These cameras are there for safety reasons.

Is June a good time to visit Toronto? ›

June and September are the best months to visit, since the weather is warm and the site is less crowded than in July and August. The Toronto Islands are a wonderful destination year-round, with an amusement park open all summer and cross country skiing in the winter.

What is the cheapest month to go to Canada? ›

High season is considered to be July and August. The cheapest month to fly to Canada is January. Enter your preferred departure airport and travel dates into the search form above to unlock the latest Canada flight deals.

What is the best time to visit Toronto zoo? ›

Now that it's Fall Season, mid day and afternoon would be ideal, not too hot. But if you want to avoid the lineups to see the pandas and get good parking, go in the morning. Helpful? You will need an entire day to visit all of the animals at this zoo, and there is also a splashpad for summer days.

What should I wear to Niagara Falls in June? ›

Casual summer clothing made of comfortable, lightweight fabrics like cotton and linen are ideal for Niagara's summers.

How crowded is Niagara Falls in June? ›

Niagara Falls in the Summer is typically extremely crowded. On a typical day in the Summer, you need to push through a sea of tourists to get to the railings to view the falls. While it's a bit chaotic, the area is full of such a fun energy that the crowds seem to fuel the excitement. But, 2020 hit differently.

How many days are enough for Niagara Falls? ›

Plan to stay 2-3 nights to enjoy the breathtaking view of the Falls, exciting attractions, nature, parks and hiking trails. Visit local wineries, breweries, distilleries, and eat and drink like a local. Learn about Niagara Falls' history including Black History and the history of Niagara's indigenous people.

Is Cave of the Winds worth it? ›

Cave of the Winds Mountain Park is an outstanding afternoon for the whole family! First, it is well priced. Second, there is more than just the amazing cave tour. There are hours and hours of family activities for a great all-day price.

How can I go to Niagara Falls for free? ›

Niagara Falls State Park is open 365 days a year, and it's always free to walk into the Park and experience the Falls!

How much does it cost to go to Niagara Falls from Toronto? ›

Cost. GO Fares are based on the distance you are travelling, how you pay, and your status (adult, child, senior, or student). For example, a one-way, cash/credit/debit, adult fare to Toronto's Union Station from Niagara Falls costs $22.30 (or $44.60 return).

Is June a good time to visit Toronto? ›

June and September are the best months to visit, since the weather is warm and the site is less crowded than in July and August. The Toronto Islands are a wonderful destination year-round, with an amusement park open all summer and cross country skiing in the winter.

Which is the best month to visit Toronto? ›

The best times to visit Toronto are late April through May and September through October. Peak tourist season occurs during the summer months: the sidewalks come alive with pedestrian marketplaces, patio restaurants and numerous cultural events.

What is the best time to go to Niagara Falls? ›

The best time to visit Niagara Falls is June to August. Summer is peak season, and with good reason: Average highs rest in the low 80s. Mists and breezes from the waterfalls can make the area feel cooler.

Is Toronto worth visiting? ›

Here's What You Need to Know! Is Toronto worth visiting? That answer is a huge YES! As one of the biggest cities in North America (bigger than every US city besides New York and LA), Toronto has plenty to offer visitors checking out Ontario.

What is the best time to visit Toronto zoo? ›

Now that it's Fall Season, mid day and afternoon would be ideal, not too hot. But if you want to avoid the lineups to see the pandas and get good parking, go in the morning. Helpful? You will need an entire day to visit all of the animals at this zoo, and there is also a splashpad for summer days.

What is the cheapest time to visit Canada? ›

Early May to the end of June

Mid-May to late June is a great time to visit Canada! There are not a lot of tourists so prices are reasonable. The summer tourist season has officially begun, although the first two weeks of May are generally quiet (and many attractions are still closed).

Is it easy to drive from Toronto to Niagara Falls? ›

If you have your own car, getting to Niagara Falls is very easy. Driving between the two cities takes approximately 1 hour 30 minutes, largely depending on the crazy Toronto traffic. Thankfully, the drive from Toronto to Niagara Falls is simple and quite scenic.

Is June a good time to visit Canada? ›

June is, for many, the ideal time to visit Canada. The full peak summer season hasn't quite started, but the days are warm and long. Hiking trails are open, the lakes and rivers have thawed and wildlife is increasingly active.

What is the warmest month in Toronto? ›

Average Temperature in Toronto

The hottest month of the year in Toronto is July, with an average high of 77°F and low of 63°F. The cold season lasts for 3.4 months, from December 3 to March 16, with an average daily high temperature below 39°F.

What should I wear to Niagara Falls in June? ›

Casual summer clothing made of comfortable, lightweight fabrics like cotton and linen are ideal for Niagara's summers.

How crowded is Niagara Falls in June? ›

Niagara Falls in the Summer is typically extremely crowded. On a typical day in the Summer, you need to push through a sea of tourists to get to the railings to view the falls. While it's a bit chaotic, the area is full of such a fun energy that the crowds seem to fuel the excitement. But, 2020 hit differently.

Is it cold in Niagara Falls in June? ›

Niagara Falls Weather in June: Summer arrives at Niagara Falls in June with the average high temperatures and average low temperatures ranging between 76°F (25°C), 56°F (13°C). This is the third warmest month of the year and the start of the peak travel season in the area.

Why is Toronto called the six? ›

Why is Toronto Called the 6? The term “The 6” was popularized by Drake and refers to the six municipalities that made up Metro Toronto before it was amalgamated in 1998. The name is also derived from the city's first official area code, 416.

Should I go to Toronto or Montreal? ›

Montreal is much easier to get around by car, and less crowded in general. Plus Montreal is a shorter drive from New England than a road trip to Toronto. If you have young children or kids who are hard to corral, I would pick Montreal.

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