Legoland Toronto

This is our first trip to Legoland Toronto, which opened just last week on March 1st. Located in Vaughn Mills, just north of Toronto right by Canada’s Wonderland, making this part of town a great place to visit while in Toronto. Shopping, great food and family fun all in a 5km radius.

As you enter Legoland, families are shown, in a fun and interactive way, how Legos are made.

We then transition to the Kingdom Quest, where we ride (up to 5 ppl) to help save the princess by shooting spiders, bats, ogres and skeleton soldiers. (I scored 23,458 BTW)

Following that, we enter Miniland with Toronto well represented with SkyDom, TD Canada Trust Tower and even the Trump Building.

And finally the Discovery Centre where you find the majority of the attractions all in one big room.






Classes at the AGO

One of great things about the AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario) are their classes that they offer. From young to old, there is something for everyone.

For adults, there are Photography, Printmaking, Drawing, Painting, Sculpture and even Writing.

For Youth and Children, there are Painting and Drawing classes of course, but also an Integrated Studio Projects where they work independently and iDEA Lab Studio where they can explore themes relevant to their lives.

The other nice thing at the Weston Family Learning Centre is the space for parents to sit during the classes. Lounge chairs over looking the work area where the kids classes are held, to rows of tables in an open space where you can catch up on work or reading. And on Sundays, they also have Yoga for only $5.