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If one thing’s for certain, Toronto is crazy about its winter festivals.
From the Toronto Christmas Market in the Distillery District to the Holiday Fair at Nathan Phillips Square, the city comes to life over the winter months.
And this winter, there’s going to be an even bigger holiday attraction for Torontonians to get excited about.
New to the lineup this year is the Aurora Winter Festival, a family-friendly holiday attraction coming to Toronto this November.
For the first time ever, Aurora Winter Festival will transform Ontario Place’s East Island into a hidden village with magical characters and mystical worlds of the North Pole — just in time for the holiday season.
Guests can look forward to rides, art installations, entertainment, a skating pond, delicious food and beverage options, and a Christmas market, all inspired by the North Pole.
The festival will also be combining technology and exploration, with an interactive app suitable for kids and adults alike — with festive prizes to be won.
The perfect festive outing for friends and families alike, the Aurora Winter festival comes to Toronto on Wednesday, November 28, and runs through the holiday season.
The official announcement with all of the details of the inaugural Aurora Winter Festival will be released on October 4th.