March Break Activities in Toronto: Your Bloor-Yorkville Guide

Believe it or not, March Break is only a week away! Whether or not that means we’re finished with winter weather remains to be seen, but nonetheless, it’s time to plan March Break activities in Toronto! Bloor-Yorkville has a number of family-friendly destinations to take you and the kids from day to night. Join us for dining, entertainment and more!

March Break Activities in Toronto – Bloor-Yorkville

Gardiner Museum
111 Queen’s Park

Exterior of the Gardiner Museum

The Gardiner Museum is launching their Sunday Family Day initiative just in time for March Break. Kicking off March 12th, with the purchase of general admission, guests can access weekly activities inspired by current collections and special exhibitions. Led by the museum’s enthusiastic educators and volunteers, guests of all ages are welcome to join in the fun and express their creativity through clay. Additionally, the Gardiner Museum is hosting half- and full-day camps throughout March Break.

Learn more about Gardiner Family Day & Kids Camps.

100 Queens Park

The ROM has planned out a full week of March Break activities, taking place from March 11 – March 19th. From 11:00 am – 4:00 pm, kids of all ages can explore the official Activity Stations, designed to keep kids active and curious. The theme for this year is “celebrating the beginning of spring,” highlighting the Art & Culture and Natural History collections with family-friendly activations that highlight the many ways that wildlife prepares for changing seasons. The variety of hands-on activities showcase cultural springtime celebrations around the world! There are also live performances taking place throughout the day.

Exterior of the ROM at Queens Park entrance

Learn more about the ROM March Break 2023 activities.

Cineplex Varsity Cinema
55 Bloor Street West

No spring break is complete without a trip to the movies! Head over to the Manulife Centre where kids and adults can enjoy the comfort of the VIP theatres and exciting 3D screens. Seats in VIP theatres can be selected ahead of time, making it the perfect choice for a group of friends wanting to sit together. Plus, food and drinks can be ordered directly to each seat, creating an enjoyable experience for all ages.

Eataly – Giro Tuesdays
55 Bloor Street West

Eataly is a great place to take the family for a fun night out! With four restaurants to choose from, the menu is refined enough for adults, but filled with child-friendly fare and seemingly endless pizza and pasta options. Each restaurant takes diners on an authentic Italian experience with flavours from each region of the country and, of course, wine pairings to match! The perfect family option is Eataly’s Giro Tuesdays, which is an “all you can taste” menu: “a tour of classic Italian pasta or pizza dishes that’ll just keep coming until you say “basta!” The tasting menu is available for $35 a person, beginning for dinner service at 5pm.

Image c/o Eataly

Make a reservation online here.

Game and Hobby Zone
820 Yonge Street, L21

The vast assortment of games, toys, and novelty items at Game and Hobby Zone is sure to keep your spring breakers entertained while home from school! Here you’ll find everything from puzzles, action figures, model kits, and Lego sets to unique board and card games, most of which have an educational angle. There’s also a large selection of novelty items and card games.

Game and Hobby Zone has been a family-owned and operated small business for over 20 years with a team that’s excited to provide a true hands-on approach to finding the perfect items for both adults and children.