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March Break events for kids in Toronto mean taking advantage of some of the fun activities offered by many of the city's biggest cultural institutions, like seeing the giant pandas before they leave the Zoo or checking out a giant dragon at Casa Loma.?

March 9-18
With over 100 films from 40 countries, interactive screenings, and the digiPlaySpace film playground, there's definitely more than enough stimulation to tucker anyone out.
  • March 10-18
    There's hands-on, family-friendly programming for the kiddies, and grownups can get a preview of the upcoming World of the Fatimids exhibition.
    Aga Khan Museum
  • March 10-18
    Colour me March Break with nine days of futuristic programming for the whole family inspired by the Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors exhibition and Kusama’s playful world of light and colour.
    Art Gallery of Ontario
  • March 10-18
    Inspired its Glittering Footwear from Around the Globe exhibition, the theme of this year's March Break is gold, with the museum brimming with arts and crafts and other special activities.
    Bata Shoe Museum
  • March 10-18
    The Stanley Cup turns 125 this year, and this March Break is the chance for the whole family to get an up close look at the cup and explore an exhibition dedicated to he holy grail of hockey.
    Hockey Hall of Fame
  • March 10-18
    Travel to a fairytale castle and an era of dragons and adventure with interactive theatrical live shows featuring Heavy Meta, a 30 foot long and 19 foot tall fire-breathing metal dragon.
    Casa Loma
  • March 10-18
    This is a kids-friendly take on the Vikings exhibition on until next month where they can learn about the legendary explorers on land and sea.
    Royal Ontario Museum
  • March 10-18
    Take a trip through time and check out some historic homes, sample treats, make a craft, and discover toys and games popular with generations past.
    Todmorden Mills Heritage Site
  • March 10-18
    There's less than two weeks left to see the giant pandas Da Mao and Er Shun before they head off to Calgary. There'll be extended hours during March break to give you ample time to bid goodbye.
    Toronto Zoo
  • March 12-16
    Imagine button making at 1,815 ft. That's just one of several March Break happening at the CN Tower. Kids can also learn about the engineering of the structure and check out the glass floor.
    CN Tower
  • March 12
    The newly, almost completed Union Station is keeping with its goal to become a community gathering place as well as a transit hub by partnering with Young People's Theatre, TVO and TD from March 12 to 16 to make for a kids-friendly week of learning and play.
    Union Station
  • March 12-16
    We all remember the first time we went to Fort York, and now you can bring the kids there to take part in soldiers' drill classes, officers' sword drill, music workshops, historic treats, and dressing up in costumes.
    Fort York National Historic Site
  • March 12-16
    Unleash the inner Picasso and take part in a workshop that lets kids pick their favourite colours to create one-of-a-kind masterpieces.
  • March 12-18
    Junior detectives are needed to help solve the mystery of Case of the Missing Jewels! There's also a sticky Maple Syrup Adventure to be had at Black Creek Pioneer Village this March Break.
    Black Creek Pioneer Village
  • March 15
    Mabel's Fables bookstore is hosting free kids activities featuring snacks, door prizes, special guests, and more as they launch a new chapter book series, Tournament Trouble, for video game lovers.