Toronto Winter Holiday Events

I can’t believe Christmas is only seven days away! The kids are off for two whole weeks, happily, there are so many wonderful, fun things to do with the family this season!

Handle’s Messiah at the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, to December 23rd, $38-$111. A must-see holiday classic with British conductor Matthew Halls
Christmas Market at the Distillery Historic District, to December 23rd, Free to $6. Christmas lights, music, carols, dance performances, and family-friendly activities
Dreidle Rock at SPACCO at 2415 Yonge St., to December 23rd, $15-$25. Celebration bringing together friends for an evening of fashion, music & fun
Nutcracker at the Four Season’s Centre for the Performing Arts, to December 30th, $39-$180. Another timeless and can’t-miss Toronto holiday tradition
New Year’s Eve at Nathan Phillips Square, December 31st, Free. Live music, dancing, skating and a stunning firework send-off to Canada’s 150th
Canadian Winter Nights at Casa Loma, to January 7th, $17-$26. A dazzling winter palace with light display, carolers, and live entertainment
Beauty and the Beast at the Yonge People’s Theatre, to January 7th, $15-49. Tale as old as time, perfect for children ages 5 and up
Guillermo Del Toro: at Home with Monsters at the Art Gallery of Ontario, to January 7th, $16-$25. Rare glimpse into the creative process of famed filmmaker
DJ Skate Nights at Harbourfront, to February 17th, Free. Skate party featuring DJ Love T.O. playing funk, hip-hop, R&B and house music
The Lorax at the Royal Alexandra Theatre, to January 21st, $69 to $179. Dr. Suess’ beloved story direct from The Old Vic in London
Winter at Ontario Place, to March 18, Free. A Winter Light Exhibition, illuminated island, skating, movies and more