Things to do in Vaughan

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As we enter November and the weather starts to turn, it’s hard to find activities suitable for the family – especially for families with younger children. Below are some suggestions in Vaughan that will provide you with quality family time as you prepare for the change in season.

Visit a historical site: Black Creek Pioneer Village

Black Creek Pioneer Village offers you a fascinating opportunity to journey into the past – the way people lived before cars, digital technology and urbanization.

Black Creek is a working village, a replica of those established in south central Ontario between the 1790s and the 1860s. At Black Creek, they invite you to escape the modern world, and experience Ontario’s rich rural heritage.

Black Creek offers a variety of activities: discovery stations encouraging exploration into a variety of themes from the era, the opportunity to interact with farmyard animals, hands-on projects and history actors – imitating the people who would of lived in the Toronto region 150 years ago. This is sure to be a great educational experience for you and your family, click here for more information.

Go on a family hike: Kortright Centre for Conservation

Since 1982, the Kortright Centre has been a centre of excellence in the field of sustainable technology.

Explore the 1.6-kilometre Innovation Trail with your family and see Canada’s largest educational demonstrations of renewable energy and energy efficient technologies. The centre also offers energy workshops where you can learn how to conserve energy and money!

With how prominent technology is in today’s world, this activity will provide you and your family with eco-friendly learning about technologies that are beneficial to our planet. A great experience for any family, especially for those with interests in technology and the outdoors, click here to learn more.

Have a creative experience: The McMichael Art Gallery

The McMichael Art Gallery is located on the original lands of the Ojibwe Anishinaabe People. It sits along the Carrying Place Trail which historically provided an important link for Aboriginal people between Ontario’s Lakeshore and the Lake Simcoe-Georgian Bay Region.

The McMichael Canadian Art Collection is the only public fine art gallery in the nation that focuses on Canadian art and the Indigenous art of our country, both historical and contemporary. The permanent collection consists of over 6,400 artworks by Tom Thomson, the Group of Seven, their contemporaries, and First Nations, Métis, Inuit and contemporary artists who have contributed to Canadian art.

The gallery strives to be recognized as an extraordinary place to visit and explore Canadian culture and identity. A definite must see for your family if you wish to learn about Canadian art history. Learn more about this art gallery here.

Get active! Get jumping!: Air Riderz Vaughan

If you’re looking for an activity that is sure to get everyone in your family moving and having a blast, check out Air Riderz Vaughan. A 26,000 square foot facility providing endless adventure and fun!

The facility includes wall-to-wall trampolines, a one-of-a-kind Climb Zone, slam dunk trampoline lanes, a dodgeball court, foam pit and so much more. Specific to the Vaughan location, there is a ninja course, cardio wall and rubix cube climbing element!

There is something for everyone at Air Riderz, whether you’re a child itching for fun or an adult seeking nostalgia.

The trampoline park provides families with the perfect combination of fitness and fun. Offering a number of programs and packages for anyone who loves to have a blast!