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Things to Do This Fall in Toronto

So long sweet summer… Although it wasn’t much of a summer, we’ll miss the extra hours of sunlight and long weekends spent outdoors. Thankfully we get to look forward to quite possibly the most beautiful season of the year and a whole new list of activities it brings. Fall, Autumn, Harvesting Season… Whatever you call it, you can be sure that the city and surrounding areas are about to get a lot more colourful and cozy. If you’re looking for things to do this Fall in Toronto, then you’ve come to the right place!

View the fall foliage
We all know once the season shifts to Fall, the leaves start shifting colours from green to oranges, reds and yellows; creating some stunning landscapes throughout the city. This will be especially true for Fall 2017. According to Narcity, this Autumn will be very Instagrammable thanks to our lack lustre summer which was full of cool nights and a fair amount of rain. Take this opportunity to explore the various parks that are full of foliage, such as High Park and Trinity Bellwoods. With the crisp air and incredible colours of the trees, taking a walk throughout a park is a great thing to do this Fall in Toronto.

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Head to Evergreen Brickworks 

A park, a farmer’s market and restaurant; a visit to Evergreen Brickworks is another thing to do this fall in Toronto. Not only is this a great location in Toronto to view the fall foliage, it is also a great place to enjoy the outdoors while browsing local creations like food, drinks and décor. Every Saturday is the Farmer’s Market; the largest farmers’ market in Toronto offering the widest variety of local and seasonal food in the city. Plus, on Sunday, Evergreen Brickworks hosts a market full of artisanal vendors offering products from jams, jellies to locally-made clothing and leather goods. Enjoying local products in Toronto’s fresh air and nature makes for a perfect thing to do this fall in Toronto.

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Brave a Halloween haunt

With Fall comes the sudden urge for pumpkin-picking, scary movies and candy corn and that’s because Halloween is right around the corner! What better way to welcome October 31st than with some great real-time scares courtesy of various Halloween haunts? One great option is Casa Loma’s Legends of Horrors which features an immersive walking tour throughout the castle with theatrical interpretations of all of the classic ‘monster’ figures. Another favourite place where you pay to get scared is Screemers at the CNE. Make your way through seven different haunted houses, all with various themes from zombies, to slasher movie characters and of course, ghosts… Halloween haunts are an exciting thing to do this Fall in Toronto… If you dare….

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Shop ’til you drop

Admit it… Your Fall wardrobe is your favourite. Who doesn’t love wearing a big, cozy sweater and stylish scarf? Shopping for Fall clothes is always enjoyable and lucky for us, Toronto has no shortage of great stores. Between the Eaton Centre, Distillery District and Queen Street West, you’re guaranteed to find a few new items that you’ll be wearing all season. If you’re in the mood to shop until to drop, why not turn it into a mini getaway or staycation and book a night at a hotel in downtown Toronto? One King West is right in the heart of the city that brings to close to all of the prime shopping centres and areas mentioned previously. Once you’ve spent your day on your feet browsing the shops, which, lets be honest, is exhausting, you can take a brief walk back to your hotel in downtown Toronto and enjoy jumping into a plush king bed! Shopping plus a mini vacation in the city should be top on your list of things to do this Fall in Toronto.

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Cheer for Toronto’s teams at the ACC

It’s no wonder that sports fans rejoice when Fall comes around. That’s because both hockey and basketball seasons start back up and the Air Canada Centre becomes the place to be. Whether or not you’re a die-hard Raptors or Maple Leafs fan, it’s always a great time sitting in the stands and revelling in the energy of the crowds. No matter if you live in the city, or in surrounding areas, it’s always nice to make a getaway out of the night so we suggest staying at a hotel in the downtown Toronto like One King West. Booking one of their luxurious and spacious suites like the Tower Deluxe or Historic Superior, means you get to be a brief 10-minute walk from the Air Canada Centre and get to crash into a big comfy bed after a long day of cheering and clapping.

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Join the circus 

Lastly, one of our favourite events of the season and should be high-up on your priority list of things to do this Fall in Toronto… Cirque du Soleil! Every year, this travelling theatrical circus makes a stop in Toronto with a new, brilliant show that amazes everyone. From September 23rd to November 26th, VOLTA will be playing at The Port Lands. VOLTA tells a spellbinding story about the freedom to choose and the thrill of blazing your own trail and we can’t wait to see it! With The Port Lands being only a 10-minute drive from One King West, a hotel in downtown Toronto, why not book a night here to make a night out of it!? Treat yo’self!