We are inching ever closer to Christmas Day. When Christmas is over families still have about two weeks to hang out together. Once the gifts are unpacked, assembled and played with it’s time to get outside and have some fun. So, if you are wondering what to do in Toronto with the kids after Christmas, it’s the perfect time to head to the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM). The ROM is hosting ROM for the Holidays from December 26, 2013 through January 5, 2014.
What to do in Toronto: ROM for the Holidays
We’ve rounded up some of the highlights of ROM for the Holidays. You’ll be learning about Canada’s favourite winter games and toys, learning how animals adapt to cold weather, and more.
Canada at Play – Learn about the history of some of Canada’s favourite games and toys. Travel back in time and find out about the origin of hockey, toboganing and skating.
Storytelling at Eaton Court – Children love a great story. Gather daily in the Eaton Court and enjoy a storytelling session with the kids.
Winter Wonderland – The Earth Rangers Studio will be transformed into a Canadian Winter Wonderland. Kids can learn about how animals adapt and survive Canada’s cold winter months.
Relax in the Family Lounge – When you need a time out, head to the Family Lounge. The perfect space for families with children under five years of age to sit down, breastfeed, snack and play.
When your whole family is going a little stir-crazy over winter break, and you need a reason to get out of the house, add this event to your list of what to do in Toronto!