To help you get a taste of some of the free things and stuff to do in Toronto we put together this video gallery of some of our favourites.
Bond Place Hotel , close to Dundas Square.
Hotel Victoria Downtown, excellent location.
Super 8 Downtown Toronto, comfortable and value-packed.
Holiday Inn Express Toronto – Downtown, free hot breakfast bar.
Many people call it Toronto’s ‘Central Park’.
Once the world’s largest distillery now it’s an eclectic collection of shops, restaurants and events.
Over 200 years old; it’s a landmark of the city.
Over 10,000 shoes from all over the world, from ancient times to today, including footwear from the famous like Elton John, Marilyn Monroe, John Lennon, Terry Fox, Roger Federer, Justin Bieber and even a pair of socks worn by Napoleon.
Every Wednesday between 6:00 and 8:30 P.M. admission is free. See the largest collection of Canadian art plus works by Picasso, Monet, Cezanne, Salvador Dali, Jackson Pollock, Van Gogh and Matisse.
Throughout the summer months Toronto plays host to free outdoor movie nights including Sail-in Cinema down at Harbourfront. Watch by boat or from the shore.
A great way to enjoy almost-free things to do in Toronto is to check Groupon, the money-saving website that features local discounts in 150 cities. Visit the Toronto Groupon page and you’ll find savings of anywhere from 40-90% on tours, boat cruises, theatre tickets, comedy clubs, activities, events, dinner spots and accommodations. The Groupon Toronto page is a smart place to check out when you’re first planning your trip and even when you’re in the middle of your Toronto visit because new deals get added weekly and even daily many times.
If you have your heart set on seeing the CN Tower, the Royal Ontario Museum, Casa Loma, the Toronto Zoo and Ontario Science Centre do them all on the cheap by getting yourself a Toronto CityPASS.
This is an awesome thrifty thing to do—you’ll save over 40% on the combined, regular admission price for these five attractions.
Whether you’re travelling alone, as a couple or as a family it’s hard to beat the value of the Toronto CityPASS. To learn more about what the Toronto CityPass has to offer, check out the short video below.
Be thrifty and practical! This information was accurate when published, but can change without notice. We recommend you confirm all details with the provider in question before planning your excursion.