Three Major Christmas Festivals Are Opening In Toronto This Weekend

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Three major holiday happenings – two of them new – debut today.

The highly anticipated Winterfest opens its doors at Canada’s Wonderland. It’s got a massive skating rink and a 70-foot tree coated with over 70,000 ornaments and lots of entertainment.

Another market that’s going Christmasy in a big way is the Stackt Market at Bathurst and Front. It’s serving up its inaugural Christmas market, complete with Toronto’s first ever Cronkicurl rink. There’s shopping galore, lots to eat (Yum! Donuts!) and things to make.

READ: 7 Things To Do In Toronto Over The Holiday Season

Finally, returning for another year is the Aurora Winter Festival at Ontario Place. Presented by the CNE, this magical winter wonderland is Disney-esque with four unique worlds to explore.

And, of course,  the ever popular Distillery District Christmas Market, which opened last week, continues in full swing.

To help you get to all this Christmas fun easily and safely, check out our road closures and TTC subway closures (Be warned! There are five stations on Line 1 shutting down).

Finally, if you’re trying to save your money for those amazing Black Friday sales, no problem. There are lots of cheap things to do in Toronto this weekend. Enjoy, and Ho,Ho,Ho.

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