Top 5 Things To Do In Toronto

Are you and your friends having trouble looking for exciting things to do in Toronto? Well, look no further, as we have compiled a list of fun and unique experiences that you and your friends will never forget.

Here are our top 5 picks of things to do in Toronto.

1. Board Game Cafes
This is an inexpensive activity to do with your friends, as the entry fee is typically under $10 per person. For that price, you will have access to hundreds of different board games to enjoy with your friend, best of all you can stay for as long as you want. Most board game cafes also serve food and drink such as coffee, tea, and even alcohol. So if you’re looking for an affordable night out with your buddies, board game cafes are the place to be.
2. Escape Rooms
Escape Rooms has been trending over recent years. It’s a real-life adventure game where you have to look for clues and solve puzzles of varying difficulties as a group to escape out of a locked room. These challenges typically have a time limit of an hour and the game is over if you can’t solve the puzzle once the time limit is reached. This is a great exercise to strengthen the bond with your friends. Escape Rooms typically cost around $30 per person.
3. Virtual Reality Centres
Virtual reality is a simulated experience that can be similar or completely different from the real-world. In the past, virtual reality can only be found in works of fiction, but now it has become a reality which we as consumers can experience. At Virtual Reality Centres, you can have an experience unlike any other, with virtual activities such as racing, archery, ride on a space ship, you name it. VR Centres usually charge by the hour at an average price of $30/hr, but the price can vary depending on the location.
4. Bouldering
If you and your friends are in the mood to do something active, then there’s nothing better than bouldering. Similar to rock climbing, bouldering is an activity where you try to reach the top of a wall by strategically working your way up a series of coloured plastic rocks. The main difference between bouldering and rock climbing is that there’s no harness in bouldering, but rest assured, as the walls are usually lower and the floors are padded to prevent injuries. This is a good way to work up a sweat with your friends by working together to find the best path up the wall. A bouldering day pass typically cost around $20 per person, and you will still have access to the site even if you leave, as long as it’s within the same day.
5. Trampoline Parks
Relive your childhood with your friends at a trampoline park. This is a great place to be if you and your friends are looking for a unique and fun experience. Trampoline parks offer a range different activities such as freestyle jumping, basketball on a trampoline, dodgeball on a trampoline, and other fun activities. You and your friends are sure to have a blast, all at a reasonable price at around $20/hr per person.