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.
The Aurora Winter Festival, a family-friendly holiday attraction, is returning to Toronto, bringing six weeks of festive fun to the city.
- This fall foliage map shows when and where the leaves will peak near you
- A Christmas-themed bar is coming to Toronto this fall (PHOTOS)
- Toronto’s famous Christmas Market is returning this winter
Presented by the Canadian National Exhibition, the festival will run from November 22, 2019, until January 5, 2020, at Ontario Place.
This year, visitors can look forward to mystical characters like Yin the Yeti, a candy cane lane with a “Gingerbread Hut and Candy Shop.”
There will also be awe-inspiring light installations, a 170-foot tube slide, a midway with rides and games, a frozen pond where you skate around beautiful light installations, and more.
Visitors can check out the holiday vendors and shop for the perfect gift of the season.
For those looking to take a few selfies, there will also be a sprawling North Pole, a food village full of delicious treats, a disco den, a heated entertainment tent, and much more to check out.
Tickets will go on sale to the public on September 26.