Toronto is going all in for King Charles III’s Coronation this week, full of free food, carnival rides, and live entertainment.
On May 6th, the Ontario government is taking over the Queen’s Park south lawn and throwing a party – ‘Coronation Celebration: A Fun Royal Fair’.
From 12 PM to 6 PM, enjoy free family fun activities, complimentary food, and drinks courtesy of ‘Taste of Ontario’. The party will kick off following a flag-raising ceremony, a 21-gun salute, and a drum circle at 11:15 AM.
If you can’t make it to the celebration, take advantage of the freebies across the province.
According to the provincial government, 10 major cultural attractions and 39 provincial parks will offer free admission for day use. Cultural attractions include:
- Art Gallery of Ontario
- Fort William Historical Park
- McMichael Canadian Art Collection
- Niagara Parks’ Butterfly Conservatory and Floral Showhouse
- Ontario Science Centre
- Royal Botanical Gardens
- Royal Ontario Museum
- Sainte-Marie among the Hurons
- Science North
- Upper Canada Village
‘Coronation Celebration: A Fun Royal Fair’ is free to attend so if you’re looking for something exciting to do this weekend, there’s plenty to do.