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A Guide to Family Fun in Toronto for Thanksgiving Weekend

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Every family has their Thanksgiving traditions. For many, Thanksgiving is a time to feast, spend time in nature, to give thanks, to relax, or go apple picking. Thanksgiving is also very much about spending time with your family.

 

Consider visiting Toronto with your family this fall season. Thanksgiving weekend is often the last chance for a quick getaway before the long stretch to the winter holidays. Toronto comes alive during this fall holiday with many Thanksgiving-themed activities! 

Thanksgiving Food Tour in Kensington Market 

Take a stroll in the historic neighbourhood of Kensington Market to discover the diversity of food and dishes offered by local shopkeepers. Let them tell you about their specialities and the decades they have spent perfecting their craft. The market is also home to many well-known restaurants and nightlife that are sure to delight the entire family.

Casa Loma

Travel back in time by visiting Casa Loma. The Gothic Revival style house was built at the beginning of the 20th century. The castle in the middle of the city offers a digital audio guide to learn more about the mystical castle and its builder.  On Thanksgiving Day, you can indulge in a delicious brunch including breakfast, pastry and dessert. Reservations are required.

Thanksgiving Dinners at Black Creek Pioneer Village

Are you a lover of history and food? Why not combine the two by attending dinner at the Black Creek Pioneer Village? In addition to a three-course traditional feast at the Village, you will be able to enjoy a Thanksgiving-themed tour, have a taste of historic ale and ride around the Village on a horse-drawn wagon! Advanced reservations are also required.

Toronto Thanksgiving Cruise

If century-old castles are not your cup of tea, consider having brunch onboard the Jubilee Queen cruise at the Toronto Harbour. In addition to a fresh and hot selection of food, entertainment will be provided onboard the ship. Why not enjoy the colourful fall leaves from the lake? The cruise offers a unique perspective that many Toronto residents and tourists alike have never seen.

View of CN Tower from the HarbourFront

Before you pack your bags, it will be important to find a place the whole family can stay that is both luxurious and affordable. Fortunately, the greater Toronto area has a wide selection of hotels in Markham, hotels near the Toronto airports and in Mississauga.

At Monte Carlo Inns, we have eight great hotels conveniently located to have you within a short car ride to any of these attractions. We also have a beautiful wedding venue at our Barrie location and a versatile event space in Vaughan for any other special occasions.  

Contact us today to book a room to start planning your vacation. Let Monte Carlo Inns become your family this fall season and join us for a Thanksgiving weekend to remember!

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