This season is one of the best, but it’s also one of the shortest. So, it’s a good idea to make a plan so it doesn’t just pass you by. Lucky for you, we have everything you need to plan out your autumn calendar. Here are a few great ways to make the most out of Toronto this fall.
It’s soothing, fun, and it’s the perfect excuse to get out of the crazy city for the day. Apple picking is always a family favourite, especially when you get to enjoy the fruits of your labour afterwards! Head to Downey’s Strawberry & Apple Farm or Dixie Orchards with ample varieties of apples to choose from. You can also enjoy hayrides, take in the lush scenery, and shop for some homemade goods in the barn market.
If you prefer to celebrate the season indoors, maybe with a glass of wine in hand, don’t miss out on the annual Gourmet Food & Wine Expo. This is one of the biggest and best food and drink events in the country! Attendees can spend the day sampling all of the latest goods from culinary masters, sommeliers, brewmasters, and more. This takes place at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, November 21-24.
With so much green space in and around the GTA, there are so many places to immerse yourself in the fall colours and snap some amazing pics. High Park, Scarborough Bluffs, Rouge Park, or Leslie Street Spit are a few local favourites that will offer an amazing array of colours to feast your eyes on. Don’t forget to grab your pumpkin spice to keep cozy on those autumn hikes.
This popular fair has been one of the staples of fall time in Toronto for decades. It’s a true local tradition to pay a visit here which takes place at the Exhibition Place from November 1-10th. This is the largest agriculture and international equestrian competition in the world, and there’s so much to see and do here. Watch live butter sculpting, dive into some delicious food, pet all the animals at the petting zoo, watch the agricultural competitions or food demos from local chefs, and shop till you drop at the artisan stands for some amazing goods. It’s a great way to stay warm inside and bring out the entire family.
As if there wasn’t enough reason to visit this enthralling green space, cidery and market already, Cask Days will give beer fans something to be giddy about. From October 18-20, 400 casks and more than 200 beers and ciders will be showcased from Canada and the US. There will be food, local DJs, artisanal goods for sale, a cool gallery to browse and a lively atmosphere that will top it all off.
Toronto is an amazing city and there’s always plenty of things to do, no matter the season. If you’re looking to move here or buy property, contact us at the Medallion Capital Group. It’s not only the financial capital of Canada, but it’s also the entertainment capital, which makes it an ideal place to move to or invest in. Get in touch today and one of our real estate professionals can assist you.