The country is turning 153 on Wednesday, July 1.
This means that there will be closures throughout the City including Canada Post and City Hall.
Some things will remain open, including some of Toronto’s major attractions.
Here is a list of attractions that will be open on Canada Day:
- Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada (288 Bremner Boulevard): 10 am to 8 pm — purchase timed tickets online in advance.
- Toronto Zoo (2000 Meadowvale Road): 10:15 am to 5:30 pm – Scenic Safari in-car experience only, tickets available online.
- Aga Khan Museum (77 Wynford Drive): 10 am to 8 pm — purchase timed tickets online in advance.
- Casa Loma (1 Austin Terrace) 9:30 am to 5 pm — tickets available online.
Even though not all of Toronto’s major attractions will be open on Canada Day, many have reopened their doors to the public.
Swimming pools, beaches, and drive-ins will also be open on July 1.
The weather is expected to be warm with a humidex of 33°C, making it the perfect day to spend some time outside.
However, if you would prefer to stay indoors and celebrate there are also virtual events taking place throughout the day.
Remember to physically distance when visiting any of the City’s attractions.