Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry
The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry has listed a range of activities available during the March break in Ontario.
Here is a list of possible activities for families to do across the province next week:
- Learn why all living things - including humans - are machines built to survive at the new Biomechanics: The Machine Inside exhibit at the Ontario Science Centre.
- Visit the Northern Owls exhibit at the Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory for a special look into the secretive world of owls, featuring live outdoor bird displays and demonstrations.
- Dive into Out of the Depths: The Blue Whale Story at the Royal Ontario Museum, with hands-on marine-themed activities and a massive 80-foot blue whale on display.
- Explore special exhibitions at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, including an exhibition of abstract works by iconic Canadian painter Lawren Harris, storytelling circles, a drop-in art workshop and a special family performance.
- Embark on a guided nature hike or owl prowl with the Rondeau Provincial Park naturalists during the park's annual Wings of Spring festival.
- Discover 101 Inventions that Changed the World at Science North in Sudbury, and learn how creativity and curiosity shaped our world.
- Unravel the secrets of the snow maze at Fort William Historical Park in Thunder Bay, try out snow sculpting and learn winter survival skills.
- Book a trail-side yurt at Windy Lake Provincial Park and stay cozy while camping this winter. Try these delicious hot chocolate variations to help keep warm.
- Cross-country ski along the canoe routes at Quetico Provincial Park during the annual Cross Quetico Lakes Ski Tour. Register your family in advance to be a part this unique tour of Ontario's winter wilderness.