Several popular tourist attractions in Toronto are offering interesting and fun things to do this Easter. Today, we highlight three of them:
Casa Loma: This historic attraction is offering an Easter Sunday Brunch on March 31, 2013. Seatings are 10:30 am, 11 am, 12:30 pm and 1 pm. Brunch will be served in the stately elegance of The Library, a spectacular setting for your meal. After brunch, enjoy a self-guided tour of the castle. To see the menu, click here.
Prices (includes gratuity, taxes extra, ):
- Adults – $51.45; Children (4-12) – $26.45; Children (1-3) – $13.45
- Children (under 1) – free
To book the Casa Loma Easter Brunch: Call Pegasus Hospitality Group at 416-533-1573 for reservations.
The Toronto Zoo: Get ready to roar! Toronto Zoo is also holding its annual Easter “Egg” Stravaganza from Friday, March 29 to Monday, April 1, from 9:30 am to 5 pm. Admission is $20 plust $10 parking per vehicle.
“Hop along the Zoo trails and follow the clues to some of our featured furry and feathered family. Don’t forget to take in one of our many Daily Keeper Talks and drop by the Front Entrance Courtyard Stage to pose with our two Giant Panda Mascots-Er Shun and Da Mao-who will be dressed in their Easter best! Plus, what’s Easter without eggs? Visit one of our egg-ceptional Volunteer stations to discover the amazing array of unconventional eggs found in the animal kingdom.”
To visit Toronto Zoo: Click to purchase tickets online. Call 416-392-5932 for more information.
Puck’s Farm Easter Egg Hunt: Just 52 minutes north of downtown Toronto, Puck’s Farm is a great place to take the family for Easter fun. The attraction features pony rides, horse-drawn wagon rides and Easter egg scrambles. Hours are 10 am-5 pm from Friday to Monday.
Prices for Puck’s Farm
- General Admission – $12, includes all rides, all day, as many times as you wish.
- Kids under two – free admisison, rides $5 (one free for each child under two years for each paying adult)
- Seniors 60 and over – $6