1. Black Creek Pioneer Village, Ontario
Open to the public since 1960, the black creek pioneer village also houses historical buildings. This place is excellent for all the history-savvy kids and adults and architecture lovers. Spanning across thirty acres of land, this place is straight out of movie sets. Their collection of artifacts is a sight to behold.
2. Marine Land, Niagara Falls
Marine Land in Niagara Falls is a popular water amusement park and zoo located in Ontario with shows featuring Beluga Whales, sea lions, walruses, orca and dolphins. It also has roller coasters and designated picnic spots for families that want to spend quiet afternoons in the company of near and dear ones.
3. La Ronde, Montreal, Quebec
In existence since 1962, this water amusement park also has an entertainment complex owned and operated by Six Flags. Their rides include a wide variety of age-appropriate rides for kids, older children and thrilling rides. The adrenaline rush from Vertigo and Manitou, their most popular rides is insane.
4. Children’s Museum, Gatineau
Located inside the Canadian Museum of Children, this place is wonderful for children to learn about the world and how they live. It also host birthday parties at affordable packages and value for money services including interactive games and activities to make socializing with friends fun and a learning experience without making it seem so.
5. Toronto Zoo
Toronto zoo houses five thousand animals and encourages wildlife conservation and practices sustainable development. Divided into seven geographic regions according to the zoological varieties with multi-level viewing and multi-level rides. Their discovery zone is one of the many things to Do in Canada with kids since it is an interactive area with a dedicated water area spread over two acres and a family Waterside theatre for entertainment purposes.
6. Royal Tyrrell Museum, Drumheller
Royal Tyrrell houses 13,000 fossils in its museum along with paleontological research is one of the many places to visit with your kids in Canada. It is a fun learning experience for the kids.
7. CN Tower, Toronto
CN Tower offers a sight to behold with its architectural marvels and bright blue skies. With the glass floor at a height of over a thousand feet, the breeze is chilling and contributes to an exhilarating experience.
8. Stanley Park, Vancouver
With over eight million visitors, this park has walking, biking, rollerblading facilities within its premises. Their gardens are filled with exotic cedars and totems. Their miniature train ride and giant aquarium along with outdoor pools and beaches. They also have sports recreational activities including golf, yacht, rowing as well as the musical theatres.
9. Jasper National Park, Alberta
The Jasper National Park in Alberta is situated amidst the Rocky Mountains. Their planetarium could be educational for the kids and offer ice-skating and winter camping facilities. The lush wildlife hides behind the snowy alpines in the winters. A pair of binoculars will give you a sight of the marmots, mountain goats, elks, moose and bighorn sheep.
10. Banff National Park, Alberta
Located in a quaint little town of Banff, Alberta, this place is busy without taking away the fun from a family trip. Its Radium Hot Springs are a sight to behold and cherish. The cave and basin historical site along with the small museum on the Gondola buildings. For those who love picking out small souvenirs, there are several gift shops to buy trinkets to remind you of the sweet trip along with the picturesque postcards to send out for Christmas.