Free Activities in Toronto This Summer

    June 16, 2010 - Updated: July 9, 2010

    Broke? Tired of spending your hard earned cash on expensive 

    summer activities? No Problem. There are several options for 

    you this summer, where you don't have to spend a dime and 

    still bask and enjoy the activities of this lovely hot summer.

     

     

    First up on our list of freebies is:

     

     

    No need to drive to cottage country to find a nice slice of the shoreline suitable 

    for swimming and frolicking with friends. Take either the Queen St or the King St 

    streetcar to the Beach and enjoy the warm summer. And it promises to be a hot 

    one, the temperatures at the start of this summer have been hottest on record.

     

     

    Allan Gardens is one of the jewels of Toronto’s downtown public open space system.

    It is a time capsule that embodies nearly 150 years of civic and cultural history. Each 

    and every day, the Park provides pleasure and refuge to hundreds of people from all 

    age groups and from all walks of life. The gardens contain tropical plants, palm trees 

    and large collection of cacti. The tours cost $3, but admission to the gardens is free.

     

     

    Gaze at the stars through the York University's telescope for free, public viewing 

    is from 9pm to 11pm Wednesday nights. During cloudy weather the observatory

    runs slides and information workshops as well as tours of the 2 telescopes. 

     


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