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Read on for top events and attractions to check out in Downtown Toronto this Family Day long weekend!
The 2023 International AutoShow kicks off February 17th at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC) in both the North and South Buildings, located in the heart of downtown Toronto. The AutoShow will run until February 26, 2023 and Family passes are available for $53. This year, Hot Wheels is returning as a featured exhibitor, celebrating five decades of the AutoShow presenting the industry’s ”hottest wheels.” Hot Wheels will be offering a kids’ play zone, retail space, classic Hot Wheels cars and five life-sized Hot Wheels vehicles from the Hot Wheels Garage of Legends!
LEGO® lovers rejoice! The life-size LEGO® Technic™ Lamborghini SÍAN FKP 37 will make its North American debut, a life-size replica made from over 400,000 LEGO® Technic™ elements. This showstopping collaboration with Automobili Lamborghini demonstrates once again that you can build whatever you can imagine for real.
Sports fans can catch a game at Scotia Bank Arena. Toronto Marlies take on Utica Comets Monday February 20, 2023 at 3 p.m. Bring the whole family and get PUMPED!
For families with younger children, TIFF Bell Lightbox has three family friendly movies playing on holiday Monday. No need to stay cooped up at home, come out and catch a film:
- Charlotte’s Web – 50th Anniversary: Monday, February 20, 2023, 11 a.m.
- Kiki’s Delivery Service: Monday, February 20, 2023, 3:45 p.m.
- The Sandlot: Monday, February 20, 2023, 1:15 p.m.
Take the family to see this amazing new work written and performed by acclaimed theatre artist Beryl Bain, and directed by Marcel Stewart. The Flight will be running at Factory Theatre February 10-18. The Show explores the ground-breaking life of aviation pioneer Bessie Colman, the first African-American woman and the first Native-American to hold an international pilot’s license. The Flight evokes Bessie’s unshakable optimism, her determination, her vision, and the indomitable self confidence that led her to soar above the clouds, reaching ever closer to the sun.
The sensational brand-new production of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Joseph & the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat will play at the Princess of Wales Theatre until February 18th, and is recommended for all ages two and up.
Pressure is based on a remarkable true story centred around D-Day, 1944, and a weather forecast that would determine the fate of 350,000 lives. This critical smash hit is recommended for ages ten and up, and will be running the Royal Alexandra Theatre until March 5th.
Check out These Five Amazing, Family-Friendly Attractions in the Entertainment District
Our District is full of the City’s best entertainment and attractions. From mini-putting, to axe throwing and escape rooms, to virtual reality and video games. Plan a jam-packed weekend with the whole family. You can even enjoy two great attractions at one low price, The Sea the Sky package includes general admission to the CN Tower and Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada!