Summer isn’t over yet! We’ve had a busy few months down here at Ontario Place and we’re so happy we could continue to build on our summer program and even bring NEW ACTIVITIES to the list!
The long weekend is just around the corner, so if you’re looking for something to do – we’ve got you covered!
Visit our website for full list of what you can do on your next visit.
Yoga in Trillium Park
Our popular weekend yoga classes resumed a few weeks ago and will continue until the end of September. Advance registration is required and spaces are going quickly – RESERVE NOW
Live Music at T.U. Jazz Fest 2021
The Ontario Place Summer Live Music Festival – Ontario’s longest summer live music festival this year – will come to a close this weekend with the grand finale with T.U. Jazz Fest 2021. Free performances daily Friday through Monday, advance registration required.
Sea Doo Jet Ski Tours
Toronto’s first and only guided jet ski tours bringing a unique and memorable experience. 416Navy provides group and individual tours and operate 7 days a week. Book your tour and explore the lake in the nearby waters of Lake Ontario. RESERVE NOW
The Brain Project
A city-wide GTA art exhibition in support of the Baycrest Foundation, a global leader in brain health and aging. Ontario Place has welcomed an installation of seven unique brain sculptures at the Pavilion in Trillium Park until September 20th in an effort to raise awareness of brain health, Alzheimer’s and related dementias.
Guided Segway Tours
Explore Ontario Place on 2 wheels with Go Tours Canada and enjoy some great photos ops along the way. RESERVE NOW
Don’t miss your last chance to check out the Lakeside Lounge, which will be stocked with a selection of cold drinks with live music all weekend. Or stop by the Marketplace for a variety of vendors, artisans and food trucks.
The 46th edition features 10 days of exceptional international and Canadian cinema with close to 200 films in its Official Selection, unparalleled events featuring acclaimed industry guests, and TIFF’s Industry Conference. In-person screenings at TIFF Bell Lightbox, Roy Thomson Hall, the Visa Screening Room at the Princess of Wales Theatre, Scotiabank Theatre, and Festival Village at the iconic Ontario Place punctuate this year’s Festival. Festival Village at Ontario Place comprises the Cinesphere IMAX Theatre, the Visa Skyline Drive-in, the RBC Lakeside Drive-In, and the West Island Open Air Cinema.
Visit their website for more information.