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With the spring-like weather coming out in the next few weeks, why not spend the day outdoors soaking in the sun? Here are some budget-friendly activities that you can do in Toronto during Spring that will cost you less than $20.
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6). Doors Open
7). Go Biking
1). Toronto Botanical Garden
Like many say, April showers bring May flowers. Head over to the Toronto Botanical Garden and be surrounded by beautiful greenery and flowers. Access is free to the public.
Where: 777 Lawrence Ave E, Toronto, ON M3C 1P2
2). Take a Ferry to the Toronto Islands
Taking a ferry to Centre Island is one of the best and affordable experiences in the city. The cost of the ferry ride ranges between $4.10-8.70, and the entrance to the island is completely free! Explore the island and take in the beautiful views of the water and Toronto skyline.
Where: 9 Queens Quay W, Toronto, ON M5J 2H3
3). Enjoy a Scoop of Ice Cream
It’s never too cold for ice cream! If you’re looking for some unique flavours, we recommend Bang Bang Ice Cream. S'cream Ice Cream + Coffee is also a great place to grab a classic cone. They offer a variety of different flavours and toppings!
4). Enjoy a Drink on a Rooftop Patio
Spring means patio season! With the warmer weather and longer days, why not enjoy a drink at one of the many rooftops and patios in the city? A few spots with amazing views of the city and drink options for under $20 include Broadview Hotel, Harriet's Rooftop, and Lavelle.
5). Watch the Sunset at Riverdale Park
If you’re looking for a peaceful way to end the night, catch the sunset at Riverdale Park. The park offers amazing views of the Toronto skyline and is a great location to catch the sun coming down.
Where: Riverdale Park (550 Broadview Ave, Toronto, ON M4K 2N6)
6). Doors Open
Doors Open is returning to Toronto this May. For only 2 days, Doors Open Toronto welcomes the public to explore and discover some of Toronto's most loved sites and buildings for free! The event provides access to buildings that aren't usually open to the public or require an admission fee to get in.
Where: Various locations
When: May 27th-28th 2023
7). Go Biking
Take a bike ride around the city. Toronto offers a variety of biking trails with amazing and scenic views. We recommend Tommy Thompson Park, Martin Goodman Trail, Beltline Trail, Waterfront Trail, and Lower Don River Trail. If you don’t own a bike, the city offers a bike share program, where you can rent a bike for the day for under $10.
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