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Here's The Ultimate Toronto Bucket List To Make Your Last Three Weeks Of Summer Epic

Sadly summer is slowly coming to an end, which means you better get planning. 

If your summer has consisted of fvck all up until this point, you need to start taking advantage of the warm weather, beautiful patios, and awesome summer activities Toronto has to offer.

We have compiled a list of 28 things to do in Toronto before summer is over.  Once you have completed these you will definitely have some awesome memories to look back on!

1. Finally Go To Cabana

2. Explore The Toronto's Center Island

3. Get a sand bucket drink at The Porch

4. Check out the Tattoo Exhibit at the ROM

5. Go patio hopping

6. Have a Toronto Beach Day

7. Watch a sunset in Riverdale Park

Photo cred -@serenalalani

8. Treat Yo'self at Dutch Dreams

9. OD on Iced Coffees with your BFF

10. Take advantage of Toronto's free outdoor movies

11. Hit up the farmers market

12. Explore Kensington Market

13. Spend a Day in Trinity Bellwoods Park

14. Take a dip in one of Toronto's rooftop pools

15. Go Camping

16. Hike the Scarborough Bluffs

17. Take advantage of the Union Summer Food Festival

18. Get tipsy on Sangria At The Drake Sky Yard.

19. Show your Toronto pride and go to a Jays Game

20. Go paddle boarding at the Beaches

21. Check out the POP summer series at Tiff Bell Lightbox

22. Take advantage of the beautiful weather and head to Lavelle

23. Feel like your on vacation by getting drinks at Miss Things

24. Indulge in a crazy milkshake at Niche

25. Hit up some of these outlet malls for back to school shopping

26. Road trip to Tobermory Grotto

27. Explore the Chihuly exhibit at the ROM

Photo cred -@eukaaac

28. Go on the CNE Skyride

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