Things To Do

It's time to put on your coziest sweater and knee-high boots, because fall is almost here at this farm near Toronto. Downey's Farm is brining back its annual PumpkinFest, and if you love everything autumn, you'll want to plan a trip here.

The venue is located in Caledon, less than an hour outside of Toronto. The fall festival will run from September 17 to October 31, with tickets going on sale September 1.

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Newcomers to the city will be happy to know that, even though Toronto was named the most expensive city in Canada, there are still ways to save money in the 6ix.

Narcity recently asked its readers on Instagram about some free activities they'd recommend for people who are spending their first summer in Toronto, and the locals had some great suggestions.

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Summer is still hanging around, so if you're planning on hitting up a local beach, why not consider visiting one of the few nude beaches in Canada?

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You can have an adorable dinner date at this sunflower farm near Toronto. The Fieldstone Barn is located by the quaint town of Elora, and this month, it's hosting a magical dining experience by its sunflower field.

The Farm To Table Dinner Event will be taking place on August 27 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Guests can enjoy a 5-course meal while gazing over a golden sunflower field.

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This river adventure in Ontario will have you swimming through a hidden world.

You can snorkel over a shallow shipwreck in the 1000 Islands with Dive Brockville. This dive shop and tour company has a bunch of different boat tours, dive excursions and watercraft rentals.

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This train ride near Toronto has a sinister twist. York-Durham Heritage Railway is hosting a murder mystery event in Uxbridge, and you'll have to figure out "whodunnit" before the end of the night.

The event, called Murder on the Petulant Express, runs on multiple dates beginning September 8 and includes a 4-course meal as well as an immersive experience.

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Ontario boasts a bunch of beautiful islands, but this one will transport you back in time to 1800s Ireland. You can explore vast farmland and marshy conservation areas that lead you to historic ruins and clear water beaches.

Amherst Island is located on Lake Ontario, a short (about 20 minutes) ferry ride from the town of Bath. It is full of history and was home to many Irish immigrants who left their mark with traditional stone walls.

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This forested mountain trail in Ontario is turning into a musical adventure full of performances for one day only.

Canada's Only Guitar Trail is in The Blue Mountains and you can follow it up the mountain as you listen to live music all afternoon on September 10.

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Call up your Ken, because a Barbie-themed roller skate night is happening in Toronto, and it looks like a fantastic time. SUSO Skate Co. is hosting a perfectly pink event on August 17 where you can glide around like Barbie herself.

The 'Barbiecore' event is taking place on the rooftop of CF Shops at Don Mills from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. The evening is inspired by the Barbiecore trend and behind-the-scenes images of Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling from the upcoming Barbie film. It is not affiliated with Barbie or Mattel.

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If you've ever passed the town of Colborne while driving down Highway 401 in Ontario, you've likely spotted the giant red apple looking out onto the road.

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This season, Toronto’s buzzing and the city’s got so many activities with which you can fill your days. The only downside is it can be hard to narrow down your 2022 warm-weather bucket list, so Narcity’s doing that part for you.

Everyone knows that a memorable summer isn’t made by simply visiting the most popular spots or attending the trendiest events. It’s about basking in the moments that would otherwise pass you by, taking time to kick back and relax with good friends.

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There are a ton of Ontario cider houses where you can sip cider flights surrounded by vast farmland full of orchard trees, but this one in Prince Edward County serves up something a little different.

Crimson Cider Company has cider slushies as well as typical cider flights, which can be a fun way to cool down.

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