Avoid getting stuck in a dating rut by switching up your weekend plans with new excursions and activities. Save your typical dinner-and-a-movie rendezvous for another day and check out these fun holiday date ideas for you and bae.
Ontario Vintage Market
Find some cool pieces at the Ontario Vintage Market, where you can browse through antique trinkets, jewellery, clothing and more. Find some unique pieces while you have a unique date with your boo at one of Toronto’s most festive areas. You can also enjoy free skating at Evergreen Brick Works afterwards to work up an appetite for the hot chocolate you get to warm up later.
The free market is open on Dec. 9th and 16th from 10am-5pm at Evergreen Brick Works.
Nathan Phillips Square Holiday Fair
For the perfect picturesque and truly Torontonian experience, head over to Nathan Phillips Square to check out the Holiday Fair! From ice skating to the giant Toronto sign to the buzzing winter carnival, there’s something to see at every angle. Enjoy the lights and Christmas decorations while you stroll through vendors selling hand-crafted knickknacks and grab a drink from the Jackson Triggs Polar Point bar. There are also lots of tasty snacks to munch on as you watch performers.
The fair is open from Dec. 1-23 (excluding Mondays) from 4-9pm Tuesday-Thursday, and 12-10pm Friday-Sunday. No tickets required.
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Winter Flower Show
If you’ve ever forgotten to pick up flowers for your boo, here’s your saving grace. Check out the Winter Flower Show where you can see breathtaking floral arrangements including blooms, vines and luscious plants.
The flower show is hosted at Allan Gardens Conservatory and Centennial Park Conservatory, depending on the day. Admission is free, so go get that special someone a whole ROOM full of winter wonderland flowers.