Toronto Residents: Do you have your March Break planned?

If you are still looking for some great March Break activities, Compten Management can help!


Toronto Comicon

March 16 – 18th

Head to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre with family or friends for ComicCon! Meet celebrities, comic book writers and illustrators, cosplay guests, and so much more! Visit the family zone, enjoy a celebrity Q&A or buy one-of-a-kind prints in Artist Alley. This is a must-attend event with something for everyone! Save money by purchasing your tickets online.

Legoland Discovery Centre

Open daily, admission available until 5pm

Build and discover this March Break, with Lego! Test your Ninja skills at the Lego Ninjago City Adventure, create at a Lego build table, enjoy a show at the 4D Cinema, or tour the Lego factory and discover the secret to how Lego bricks are made. Avoid disappointment and buy your tickets online.

Black Creek Pioneer Village

Open Monday to Sunday 10am – 4pm

Calling all Junior Detectives! Black Creek Pioneer Village has a mystery for you to solve. Kids can help solve the Case of the Missing Jewels by attending detective school, hunting for clues, and questioning suspects. Afterwards, attend a Maple Sugar Show and sample fresh maple syrup and treats. Children 14 and under are free with a paid adult.

Viking Adventure at ROM

March 10 to the 18th 10am - 7pm

Vikings are taking over ROM! Head to Viking Village to enjoy reenactments by legendary explorers, artisans, and warriors at the Living Viking History exhibit. Create your own jewelry just like the Norse artisans did, or visit Creature Corner to get up-close to some amazing snakes. There are plenty of activities for all and everything is included with paid admission to the museum.

Get Creative at AGO

March 10 – 18th, 10:30am to 4pm

This March Break, kids are invited to get creative by creating fun art during their visit to The Art Gallery of Ontario. Some of the planned activities include Space City, Kaleidoscope of Patterns, Lantern Making, Shadow Play, and Emoji Mask-Making. All activities are free with paid general admission; purchase your tickets online to save $10 on a family pass!