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There may not be a lot going on in the city right now, but you can still have some fun with these things to do in Toronto.

From DIY butter tarts to beautiful spring blooms, you can leave the couch behind and enjoy some of these activities if they are in your area.

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Practice Your Swing

Price: $18.85+ per adult

Address: 781 Victoria Park Ave., Scarborough, ON

Why You Need To Go: The Dentonia Park golf course has tons of open space where you can enjoy a game. Be sure to reserve a time and fill out the self-assessment form in advance.

Catch A Sunrise With The Butterflies

Price: Free

Address: 100 Humber Bay Park Rd. W., Etobicoke, ON

Why You Need To Go: The Humber Bay Butterfly Habitat is a stunning place to take in the sunrise while you get some fresh air. The area is also home to gorgeous butterflies and gardens.

See The Blooms At Edwards Gardens

Price: Free

Address: 755 Lawrence Ave. E., North York, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can see colourful flowers already beginning to bloom in this enchanting garden, and it's the perfect place to find some early signs of spring.

Make Your Own Butter Tarts

Price: $20-30

Why You Need To Go: Put on your apron and unleash your inner baker with this DIY butter tart kit from Carla's Cookie Box, available for delivery. You can add in some delicious toppings to make things even sweeter.

Celebrate Spring In A Park

Price: Free

When: March 19 to April 25, 2021

Address: 77 Wynford Dr., North York, ON

Why You Need To Go: The Aga Khan Park and Museum is hosting a special outdoor Spring Is Here exhibition. You can get your daily exercise by exploring spring-themed panels and installations.

Sip Tea Like You're In London

Price: $70+ for two

Address: 18 St. Thomas St., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: The Windsor Arms offers Afternoon Tea At Home, and you can indulge in fancy pastries and sandwiches without leaving your house.

Fill Up At A Food Truck Festival

Price: Free admission

When: Monday to Sunday, noon to 7 p.m.

Address: Multiple locations

Why You Need To Go: Indulge in some amazing dishes from a variety of food trucks at the Street Eats Market, which is open for takeout only.

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