The best things in life are free! If you want to get out of the house now that the weather is warming up but don’t want to spend too much, look no further. Here are 10 free and cheap things to do in Toronto this June.

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Vizzy Pickleball

All June long, the pickleball courts at RendezViews will be free to use!

Court access is first come, first serve so you will have to see a host/hostess and add yourself to the list for the day.

50-minute sessions start on the hour with paddles and balls provided (an ID or credit card is required for court and equipment use).

When: All June
Where: RendezViews, 229 Richmond St W
Cost: Free

ROM guided tours

ROMWalks go rain or shine with each walk combining the excitement of exploring diverse and vibrant neighbourhoods with the expertise of knowledgeable guides and the adventure of learning.

Groups meet on Sundays at 2:00 PM and Wednesdays at 6:00 PM with meeting spots listed here.

When: Every Sunday at 2:00 PM & Wednesday at 6:00 PMM
Where: Various meeting spots
Cost: Free

Do West Fest

The popular street festival is back!

The 2024 Do West Fest is happening from June 7th – 9th covering 16 west-end Toronto blocks.

When: June 7th – 9th
Where: Along Dundas Street West- from Ossington Avenue to Lansdowne Avenue
Cost: Free

Luminato in the Square

Time to celebrate art, culture, and community! Taking place at David Pecaut Square, this festival offers free entry for attendees to relish in concerts, performances, installations and interactive workshops.

When: June 7th – 16th
Where: David Pecaut Square, 215 King St W
Cost: Free


This day party at Stackt Markt is the perfect way to discover new music, DJs, or just vibe with friends.

When: June 8th at 2:00 PM
Where: Stackt Markt, 28 Bathurst St
Cost: $22.63 per ticket

The Toronto Tattoo Show

From artists to tattooers to piercers, The Toronto Tattoo Show has it all.

Tickets can be purchased here.

When: June 14th – 16th
Where: Toronto Metro Convention Centre, 255 Front St W
Cost: $25+ per ticket

Yoga by the lake

Want to enjoy yoga by the waters of Lake Ontario?

With the best view of the city as your backdrop, join yogi Angela Hernandez in practicing breathwork, meditation and yoga!

The event is free to attend but guests are asked to bring a yoga mat, a hat, and water to stay hydrated.

When: June 15th from 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Where: Eden Trattoria, 58 Marine Parade Dr
Cost: Free

Blue Jays vs Red Sox


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This weekday Blue Jays game has tickets for under $30 so grab them ASAP!

When: June 19th at 7:07 PM
Where: Rogers Centre, 1 Blue Jays Way
Cost: $26.50+ per ticket

Music in the Park

Enjoy free music at St. James Park on the 27th,.

Kibra, an emerging Toronto-based R&B and Soul artist will be performing and all you have to do is show up.

When: June 27th from 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Where: St. James Park, 120 King St E
Cost: Free

Taste of Somalia

The first-ever Taste of Somalia Summer Festival 2024 is happening at Nathan Phillips Square, a vibrant journey through the streets and markets of Somalia, offering the captivating flavours of Somali music, art, heritage, and culture.

Be sure to add this one to your list of free things to do in Toronto this June.

When: June 28th – 29th
Where: Nathan Phillips Square, 100 Queen St W
Cost: Free

There’s so many free and cheap things to do your calendar is going to fill up in no time, Toronto!