We may be getting buried in snow this weekend (again!), but that’s not stopping us from throwing on our boots and exploring the city. With so many fun things to do in Toronto this weekend, you won’t want to stay home. It’s shaping up to be an exciting couple of days here in our city, so let’s dive in.

Here are 10 of the biggest and best things to do in Toronto this weekend, so you can make the most of every moment.

Roundhouse Winter Craft Beer Festival

Roundhouse Winter Craft Beer Festival is back this weekend and it’s nothing short of legendary.

Described as “Toronto’s biggest and baddest après-brew-ski party,” this is the late-winter bash that the city looks forward to each year.

This year isn’t all about beer, either — the festival will welcome wineries, distilleries, and non-alcoholic vendors to join the fun.

When: March 4th, 2023, 11 AM to 5 PM
Where: Roundhouse Park, 255 Bremner Boulevard

The Office Experience: Toronto

Michael Scott fans, you may want to sit down for this. If you’ve always dreamed of spending a day at Dunder Mifflin, your wish is about to come true. The Office experience is coming to Toronto this Friday!

This is no Jim Halpert prank. A life-sized version of the mid-level regional paper company we know and love is now open in our city, and here’s a sneak peek!

Fans of the show will get to walk through mind-blowing recreations of the famous set, explore original props and costumes, re-live their favourite moments from the show, and scoop up incredible merch at the on-site store.

When: March 3rd – June 4th 2023
Where: Yorkdale Shopping Centre (across from the Lego Store); 3401 Dufferin Street

Gimme Gimme Disco

Throw on your dancing shoes, Gimme Gimme Disco is back!

This DJ-based dance party will be playing all your favorite ABBA hits, plus plenty of other disco hits from the 70s and 80s like The Bee Gees, Donna Summer, and so many more.

When: March 4th, 2023
Where: History

Winter Stations

Winter Stations is back! This single-stage international design competition takes place every year, and contestants must incorporate the Kew and Woodbine beach lifeguard towers into their installations in creative ways.

Winter Stations will be taking place at multiple locations this year and instead of staying in one place, the winning installations will be moved around to give more residents a chance to visit.

When: Until April 3rd, 2023
Where: Woodbine Beach and 1381 Lakeshore Road East (Mississauga)

Recent Posts
The World Naked Bike Ride returns to Toronto this spring
Here are the new rides coming to Canada’s Wonderland this spring

Photo via Jared Brookes (Blue)

The Giant Maze

A huge winter maze pop-up experience is coming to Toronto’s Evergreen Brick Works, with delicious eats, games, and music.

The Street Eats Market has teamed up with Grip Block to bring The Giant Maze to life – a massive 120’x120’ maze made entirely out of reusable wood.

Every weekend up until mid-March, all are welcome to stop by Evergreen Brick Works for bundles of fun.

When: March 4th to 5th & 11th to 19th, 2023
Where: Evergreen Brick Works, Toronto & Country Heritage Park, Milton

Motionball Gala 2023

The most sought-after gala of the year returns this Friday and will aim to raise $300,000 net for the Special Olympics Canada Foundation in one night!

“Expect an evening of unparalleled entertainment with 10 acts across two ballrooms, guests can enjoy live music in one room while DJs spin the night away in another,” says the description.

There will be many VIPs, elite athletes, Olympians, influencers and socialites in attendance, so be sure to dress to impress for the red carpet!

When: March 3rd, 2023
Where: Liberty Grand, 25 British Columbia Road

Distillery District – Après Ski Weekends

Ditch the skis and join Toronto’s Distillery District for some fun Après Ski activities.

Warm up by the fire pits, sip on some hot chocolate (or alcoholic beverages), and munch on delicious treats.

These fun-filled festivities run every weekend until March 19th. Space is a little limited so just know that it is first come, first served and weather permitting.

When: Until March 19th, 2023 – Fridays from 4 PM to 10 PM, Saturdays and Sundays from 12 PM to 6 PM
Where: 55 Mill Street


A new interactive installation is coming to Yonge-Dundas Square. Optik is a “colourful and playful” new experience that will be free for the public to use.

Visitors can activate the 6-foot-tall structures by spinning them and creating “their own endless cascade of colours,” which also produce music and light.

Optik will premiere in the square on Friday, March 3rd with an opening party from 5 PM to 11 PM, featuring free warm drinks and treats.

When: March 3rd to April 2nd, 2023
Where: Yonge-Dundas Square


Broadway sensation Hamilton is back in Toronto! The popular musical will run for a few months until the summer.

“Featuring a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, R&B and Broadway, Hamilton has taken the story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton and created a revolutionary moment in theatre,” the description says.

This musical is not only entertaining, but has had a profound impact on culture, politics, and education.

When: Until June 11th, 2023
Where: Princess of Wales Theatre, 300 King Street West

Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition

You don’t need to travel far to feast your eyes on the breathtaking original paintings of the one and only Michelangelo.

This immersive experience has 34 displays of world-renowned pieces like The Creation of Adam and The Last Judgement.

It offers visitors “a refuge from the busy world where they can enjoy this iconic art up close and at their own pace, especially at a time where travel is more expensive than ever.”

When: Until April 2nd, 2023 – Wednesdays and Sundays from 10 AM to 6 PM
Where: Toronto Event Centre, 15 Saskatchewan Road