Oh, birthdays! Love em’, hate em’, can’t live without them – literally. If you’re looking for ways to celebrate the annual occasion without your typical restaurant or club outing, we got you covered. Here are fun and exciting ways to celebrate your birthday in Toronto without the need for booze.

Sporting events, fitness challenges or even some little competition, there are a number of ways you can enjoy your big day with or without your friends right here in our beautiful city.

All you need is some motivation to celebrate and money, of course.

Here’s what we’ve come up with:

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Lounge and golf at Ace Golf

Whether you consider yourself a golf pro, or not, this new lounge in Toronto should be on your radar. Ace Golf Bar & Lounge calls itself “Toronto’s first premium golf eatertainment facility,” and it’s a fun experience with a great group of friends.

Where: 588 Eastern Avenue
Cost: General Bay, $35 per hour, peak pricing is $45 an hour. The Private Bay is $45 per hour off-peak, and $55 otherwise.

Ice Bath at Alter

According to Alter, its mission is “to make hot and cold exposure a more approachable and consistent practice by creating an atmosphere that is warm, welcoming, and community-oriented.”

Torontonians are able to take part in Drop-In sessions and experience the sauna, four-person ice baths, lounge spaces, and other amenities

Where: 860 College St., Toronto
Cost: Single session $45 / pricing here

Enjoy Loonie Dogs Night at a Toronto Blue Jays game

Picture this: you’re in the stands of Rogers Centre ready to watch the Toronto Blue Jays play on a warm sunny day. If you think it can’t get better than that, it can! The Blue Jays are bringing back Loonie Dogs Night, meaning you can score ballpark hot dogs for $1.

Now that’s a birthday treat.

When: Every Tuesday Toronto Blue Jays home game
Where: Rogers Centre, 1 Blue Jays Way
Cost: $1 per hot dog

Play some rounds of pickleball at Fairgrounds Public Raquet Club

Described as “a new type of club,” Fairgrounds is a community hub that welcomes all players to enjoy games of pickleball and paddle.

For those who may not know what pickleball is, it’s a combination of badminton, tennis, and ping pong.

Where: Cloverdale Mall – 250 The East Mall
Cost: Free

Challenge friends in the indoor obstacle course at Pursuit OCR

“We created Pursuit OCR because we wanted a place where adults could let loose and be kids again,” shares Pursuit OCR.

These indoor obstacles course is available for all levels – as long as you can climb stairs/ladders. It’s an 18+ hub so it’s a fun fitness experience if you’re looking for a late night adventure.

Where: 75 Westmore Drive, Etobicoke
$25 plus tax

Axe throwing & Escape Rooms at Escape Manor

Hang out and enjoy a meal at Escape Manor before you embark on your Escape room and/or Axe throwing journey.

Escape Manor offers group packages to make your birthday seamless and fun!

Where: 383 King St W
Cost: See here

Let your anger out at a rage room

Let’s face it, life is hard and aging even harder. You’re not alone! But if the thought of unity doesn’t ease your pain, maybe letting your emotions out at a Rage Room, can!

Friends or no friends – who cares, just give us a bat and leave the rest to us.

Where: Go Smash Canada – 1354 Kennedy Rd Scarborough
Cost: Pricing here.

Happy Birthday!!!