Sign in
Things To Do In Toronto Before The Warm Weather Disappears For Good

Just because the sun is setting on another summer in the city, doesn't mean you can't enjoy the last little bit of sunshine. There are tons of things to do in Toronto that you need to add to your bucket list before the freezing temperatures set in. 

Ontario is in for an extended period of pleasant weather this autumn with plenty of sunshine to enjoy as we head into November. 

The brief return to summer-like conditions gives us the opportunity to strip off our coats and dive back into those beach vibes.

Editor's Choice: Ontario’s New Haunted Escape Trail Opens Next Month & It's Like Being In A Horror Movie

Thankfully, Toronto still has plenty of outdoor events to enjoy, so you won’t be scrambling to find something to do.

Whether it’s enjoying an ice cream cone on a boardwalk, taking a stroll through a garden, or wandering around High Park, the 6ix has got you covered.

So, grab a friend and enjoy these warm-weather adventures.

Get Your Tan On At Cherry Beach

Price: Free

Address: 1 Cherry St., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: This could be your last chance to enjoy a toasty day on the beach until next summer!

Smell The Flowers At Toronto Botanical Gardens

Price: $20

Address: 777 Lawrence Ave. E., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can take a stroll through a fluffy cloud of greenery.

Grab A Cone At Bang Bang Ice Cream And Bakery

Price: Prices vary

Address: 93A Ossington Ave., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Nothing says summer like enjoying an ice cream cone.

Have A Picnic In High Park

Price: Free

Address: 1873 Bloor St. W., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can sit back and enjoy the sunshine at this park.

Transport Yourself To Europe 

Price: Free

Address: Distillery District, Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Wander down cobblestone paths and transport yourself to Europe at this cute spot.

Catch A Movie At The Drive-In

Price: $10 per person

When: Showtimes vary

Address: 955 Lake Shore Blvd. W., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Ontario Place lets you cozy up under the stars to watch movies.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.

Stay Informed
Get Toronto's latest and greatest stories every day straight to your inbox.
Courtesy of Hudson's Bay

Hudson's Bay is kicking it old school and bringing Zellers back from the archives for a pop-up shop in Ontario.

Fans of the closed-down retail chain can relive its glory days at the pop-up in Burlington Mall and score some signature Zellers apparel, toys, and more.

Keep Reading Show less

Toronto is one of the most desirable places to live in Canada, but how it compares to all the other top cities in the world is a much deeper question. Thankfully, we now have the answer.

According to the World's Best Cities report, an acclaimed ranking of urban hot spots by Resonance Consultancy, the 6ix is currently named the 18th greatest global destination. Toronto beat out all other Canadian cities by a country mile, including Vancouver, Montreal and Calgary, which took the 46th, 48th and 49th spots respectively.

Keep Reading Show less

Justin Trudeau won last night's 2021 federal election with a minority government, and here's everything that's happened in Toronto in the last 24 hours.

From long lines to city officials' responses and where ridings stand as votes continue to be counted from mail-in ballots.

Keep Reading Show less

Toronto Liberal candidate Kevin Vuong has been asked to pause his campaign by the Liberal Party after a dropped sexual assault charge from 2019 has come to light.

The Toronto Star reported that Vuong was charged with sexual assault in 2019. However, according to the Toronto Star, the charge was withdrawn later that year.

Keep Reading Show less