We’re nearly halfway through March and just a few days away from the start of spring! Toronto’s festivals are returning, new attractions are coming our way, and all in all, life is good. This week, Toronto will welcome a brand new immersive VR exhibit and will celebrate the reopening of the Museum of Contemporary Art. Plus, we’ve got some world-class talent taking the stage at Scotiabank Arena. This week is not one to miss out on!

Here are 10 of the best things to do in Toronto this week to help you make the most of every moment.

Robert Lepage’s The Library at Night

Ever wondered what it would be like to step inside a time machine? Well, thanks to virtual reality, now you can. This Friday, Toronto’s getting a new immersive VR adventure that transports you to some of the world’s most extraordinary libraries both real and imagined. Robert Lepage’s The Library at Night “is an immersive and sensory virtual-reality journey that whisks you away to 10 libraries throughout time and across the globe – from Mexico to Japan, Copenhagen, Sarajevo and beyond,” the description says.

When: March 11th — April 18th, 2022
Where: 1 Yonge Street Toronto, ON, M5E 1W7

Museum of Contemporary Art

The MOCA is reopening to the public this week with a brand new season of exhibitions. Described as “ambitiously inclusive, interdisciplinary, and internationally renowned,” this is the place to see and experience contemporary art. Get excited for unique new showcases at the MOCA, a “place for everyone to explore that provokes ideas and discussion and challenges the current cultural moment.”

Where: 158 Sterling Rd
When: Opens March 10th

Candlelight Symphony at the Castle

An intimate concert bathed in candlelight at Toronto’s historic castle — has anything ever sounded more romantic? Starting this week, Casa Loma is hosting live symphony shows in a dreamy setting. Travel down an 800 ft tunnel below Austin Terrace to the castle’s Carriage Room for a one-of-a-kind performance. Plus, enjoy classic scores from popular Hollywood films every Thursday and Sunday.

Where: 1 Austin Terrace
When: March 10th — April 3rd, 2022

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Winter Stations

The annual international design competition at The Beaches is back and this year’s winners have been revealed. Winter Stations will run for six weeks straight and will showcase the six winning projects along the shoreline. This year’s winners took their creativity to new heights, transforming the lifeguard towers into northern cardinal birds, isolation pavilions, beehives, and more.

Where: Woodbine Beach, 1675 Lake Shore Blvd E
When: Until March 31st

Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Seattle Kraken

Live sports are back at Scotiabank Arena! Cheer for the Toronto Maple Leafs in the stands and experience the energy of a packed house for the first time in a long time. With the players on their A-game and Carlton the Bear wandering up and down the aisles, it’s like the last two years never happened.

Where: Scotiabank Arena
When: Tuesday, March 8th

Tyler, The Creator

Concerts are officially back in Toronto and with capacity limits now lifted at venues in the city, it’s safe to say that we’ve been waiting for this moment for quite some time. If you’ve been missing the electric energy of cheering crowds and live music, this is your chance to dive back in this Friday at Tyler, The Creator’s show at Scotiabank Arena.

Where: Scotiabank Arena
When: March 11th, 2022

Tame Impala

Beloved Australian indie group Tame Impala is hitting the stage this week and it’s sure to be a good time. The band is kicking off the North American leg of their tour, called the 2022 Rushium Clinical Trials or The Slow Rush Tour. Toronto is one of the first stops on the tour, followed by Montreal.

Where: Scotiabank Arena
When: March 9th, 2022

Beyond Monet

This breathtaking exhibit is open for the first time in the world —  here’s a sneak peek so you know exactly what to expect. Over 400 of Claude Monet’s works come alive before your eyes through vivid 360-degree displays that swirl all around you, enhanced by sound effects and music. Forget the world and get lost the mind and masterpieces of this great painter.

Where: Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 255 Front St W
When: Until March 13th


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Immersive Klimt

Joining the ranks of Immersive Van Gogh and Beyond Monet is Immersive Klimt, a colourful exhibition curated by the “world-renowned master of digital art” Italy’s Massimiliano Siccardi. Through vivid 360 projections, the revolutionary works of Gustav Klimt come to life all around you. Klimt is described as a “rebel, genius and legend” of a painter, and now you can be swept up in his electrifying world.

Where: 1 Yonge St
When: Until March 27th


Experience the evolution of our city through the eyes of Toronto’s emerging artists. The art gallery at the St. Lawrence Market is now showcasing 60 artworks acquired by the City from the Toronto Outdoor Art Fair over the past six decades. Do a little shopping at the market and then head upstairs to this free show and explore the ever-changing geographical and cultural landscape of our city.

Where: The Market Gallery, 95 Front St E
When: Until April 17th