Toronto is a big place with lots to see!
That’s why we decided to break down some of the best spots for families which also have amazing photo potential. Visit one of these spots to have fun and snap a few pics for your children’s grandparents, and relatives who are dying to see the next cute photo of their grandchildren.
With over 3.5 million visitors a year, the Toronto Zoo is definitely a popular place to check out. They have over 5,816 types of animals which means they easily have something for everyone. The zoo is also currently the national leader in saving wild life and nature conservation efforts in Canada!
Ireland Park was created as an memorial to commemorate the Irish immigrants who came to Canada during the Potato Famine of the 1840s. This park hosts five bronze statues, a limestone wall from Ireland and is a beautiful place to relax next to Lake Ontario. Ireland Park has one of the best views of the downtown Toronto skyline that you just have to see!
Originally titled the Scarborough Highlands after the chalk cliffs of Yorkshire, the Bluffs eventually became their formal title. The Scarborough Bluffs stretch 15 kms and are made of compressed sand. This place has a variety of trails, beaches and amazing scenery. This is an amazing spot to enjoy sunrises & sunsets at anytime of the year!
This massive park began as a 175 acre farm that was turned over to the city in 1928. The property also houses a stable that used to board the Toronto Police’s mounted unit’s horses. Sunnybrook hosted a first-class cricket fixture as well, played on one of their nine recreational fields.
Toronto’s High Park offers some of the most breathtaking nature views in the city. From the cherry blossoms in the spring to the 260 animal species in the park to the rare plant species, High Park is a great place to go to marvel in Toronto’s beauty. It has one of the largest off-leash dog trails in Toronto & even a zoo!
The Brickworks is rich in history and in things to do. There’s the annual Winter Village, a weekly farmer’s market, and a terrific lookout. All of these things are the recipe for a perfect family outing and some great photos to go along with it.
As one of the longest urban watefronts in the world, the Toronto Waterfront has a lot to offer. Parks, beaches, farmer’s markets, and butterfly habitats. The Toronto Waterfront is definitely the place to go to get gorgeous skyline views and have a variety of experiences.
One of the city’s most well known neighbourhoods, it was granted status as a National Historic Site in 2006. The market continues to be multi-cultural and the place to be on the last Sunday of every summer month. With a variety of goods and services for sale and buildings covered in street art, Kensington Market is a great way to spend an afternoon.
Built from 19th century buildings, the Distillery District somehow maintains its historical roots while still keeping up with present times. The District hosts a variety of events all year round, showcasing local art, crafts, and innovations every time. The Distillery District has also been granted National Historic Site status due to buildings such as the Stone Distillery and the Gooderham and Worts Distillery sign that are prominent features of the neighbourhood.
2018 Summer Camp Registrations Filling Fast!
Join Us For Some Photography Fun This Summer in Toronto, Chicago or Ottawa!