20 things to do in and around Toronto this summer that don't require a lot of travel
Things to do this summer in Toronto will keep you close to home unless you're Drake and find a way to jet off to Barbados. And while Toronto remains firmly in Stage 2 of reopening for the next little while, that doesn't mean there's not a lot to do.
Here are some things to put on your bucket list this summer.
Visit a museum or attraction
Museums, galleries and other major attractions all around Toronto have started to reopen with new measures to keep everyone safe. There's also the Vincent Van Gogh Exhibit, which will ultimately transition from a drive-in experience to one where you don't need a car.
Shop local at a farmers’ market
Farmers' markets are a great way to get your hands on some local fresh produce in the city. There's one in Toronto almost every day of the week including popular markets in Leslieville, the Brick Works and Trinity Bellwoods.
Go for a bike ride
Toronto already had lots of great paths for cycling. But the city's bike network has been expanding even further to provide cyclists with more space for social distancing with activeTO every weekend along the Lake Shore and Bayview as well as 40 kilometres of new lanes, tracks and multi-use trails.