7 Things To Do In Toronto This Weekend If You Want To Soak Up All The Sunshine

You can (finally) enjoy some warm weather!
Toronto Senior Staff Writer
7 Things To Do In Toronto This Weekend If You Want To Soak Up All The Sunshine

After many chilly months, it looks like some warm weather is finally on the way.

You can soak up some sun on the weekend with these things to do in Toronto.

The Weather Network expects temperatures to soar up to 7 C on Saturday and Sunday, which is basically Canadian T-shirt weather.

You may not be able to enjoy all the usual warm-weather activities due to the stay-at-home order, but you can still get some exercise, food and sunshine on your days off.

Leave your winter coat behind and drink up some fresh air this weekend.

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Visit The Beach

Price: Free

Address: 11 Dockside Dr., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: It may not be tanning weather yet, but Sugar Beach is still worth a visit for some summer vibes. The pink umbrellas and waterfront views go hand-in-hand with the warmer weather.

Indulge In Some Gelato

Price: 💸

Address: 6 Charles St. E., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: The first order of business when the weather starts warming up is to order a big helping of ice cream, or, in this case, gelato. Enjoy a cone from Nani's Gelato as you soak up some sun.

Have A Picnic

Price: $28 - $32

Address: 615 College St., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: You don't even need to pack a basket for this picnic. Hotmess Tex Mex has taco and nacho kits to go, so you can indulge in some food in your yard or outdoor area.

Do Some Local Shopping Outside

Price: Free

Address: 28 Bathurst St., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: The Stackt Grocery Market features local vendors and lots of delicious goodies. You can enjoy some fresh air while supporting small businesses.

Go On An Adventure

Price: Free

Address: Zoo Road, Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Rouge National Urban Park is a massive place to explore and drink up some sunshine. You can adventure through all sorts of landscapes including meadows, forests and wetlands.

Treat Yourself At A Delicious Food Market

Price: Free

Address: 9350 Yonge St., Richmond Hill, ON

Why You Need To Go: Street Eats Market features tons of Toronto's most delicious food trucks, and you can enjoy a meal, or two, at this spot.

Chase A Waterfall

Price: Free

Address: 777 Lawrence Avenue E., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: It may not be a big waterfall, but Edwards Gardens has a peaceful cascade as well as other scenic places to explore, and it will make you feel like spring arrived early.

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