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Toronto 4 Kids has a great list of Ten FREE (or CHEAP) Things to Do With Kids in Toronto. What free and cheap things do you know of in your area?
Ten FREE (or CHEAP) Things to Do With Kids in Toronto

Ten FREE (or CHEAP) Things to Do With Kids in Toronto

By Toronto4Kids

1. CityPass 
With a 9 day CityPass you can visit 5 major attractions for only (4 - 12 )  $39.00 (adults .$59) CAD.  The Toronto CityPass includes tickets to: Royal Ontario Museum, CN Tower, Ontario Science Centre, Toronto Zoo, and Casa Loma.  You save 45%. (Tickets purchased separately at these attractions would end cost  $108.12 for Adults or  $71.58 for Youth.
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2. Use Attractions Ontario coupons. Get great printable coupons online and sign up or send away for their free 2009 Passport which is now available and save $850 at participating Attractions! To receive your free passport, visit their website or call 1-800-ONTARIO.
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3. Centreville - Free Return Visit in June
During the month of June, purchase any individual all day ride pass online and visit the park any WEEKDAY in June and you'll receive a voucher to return any other day during the 2009 season for free. Centreville Amusement Park is nestled in over 600 acres of parkland just across the harbour from the city. It's a natural destination for day trip with a fun ferry ride and tons of picnic areas. With over 30 rides and attractions, mainly geared towards younger children, this theme park is a feast of rides for little ones. Better yet, spring for a 2009 Season Pass to enjoy unlimited visits to Centreville all season long. At only $55.00 per person, it's a deal you can't beat for summer long island fun.
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4. ROM
Free  Wednesdays from 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm, except for specially ticketed exhibitions. Enjoy half price Friday nights at the ROM. Admission is discounted every Friday evening from 4:30 pm to 9:30 pm. Adults are only $11 whereas children 4 to 14 years are only $7.50. 
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5. Harbourfront Centre
Over 4,000 events are presented annually and the majority are offered at reasonable prices or are completely free of charge. Events will showcase works in contemporary visual arts, crafts, literature, music, dance and theatre for adults and children.
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6. Bata Shoe Museum
Thursday evenings from 5 to 8 pm, Pay-what-you-can, (suggested donation $5, but you can go for free
The Bata Shoe Museum is North America's unique shoe museum. There are over 10,000 shoes housed in an award-winning 5-storey structure. 4 galleries celebrate the style and function of footwear and 3 other galleries feature special exhibits. Click here for more info
7. The Gardiner Museum
Always FREE  for kids under 12. Free for everyone else every Friday from 4-9pm and all day on the first Friday of every month The Gardiner Museum is the only museum in Canada entirely devoted to ceramics. The collection, which exceeds 2900 pieces, is often described as a "jewel box of ceramic treasures."  . Visit their website for a complete listing of Friday night events.
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8. City of Toronto's Historic Sites Free Weekends Celebrate Toronto's 175th anniversary at the City's historic sites: Free on weekends all summer
Mayor David Miller recently announced that admission to 8 of the City of Toronto's historic sites will be Free on weekends in July and August. The City is taking this first-ever initiative to commemorate Toronto's 175th birthday while offering residents affordable and accessible activities during recessionary times. Visitors can enjoy programming and events at Colborne Lodge, Fort York National Historic Site, Gibson House Museum, Mackenzie House, Montgomery's Inn, Scarborough Museum, Spadina Museum: Historic House & Gardens, and Todmorden Mills Heritage Museum and Arts Centre. Programming at the sites features music, drama, crafts for kids, heritage recipes to taste and other fun for the entire family.
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9. Riverdale Farm Check out the four legged beasts at Riverdale Farm, Toronto's only Free downtown Farm. On Riverdale Farm you'll have the opportunity to experience numerous farming responsibilities. You'll see farm animals, including horses, cows, pigs, goats, and chickens. Demonstrations are another attraction for visitors. Milking, cream separating, butter-making, egg collecting, sheep sheering and more.
10. Lionel's Pony Farm & Petting Zoo in Stouffville, where there are a wide range of things for families to do for FUN!  It's a great little petting zoo to take the kids to, with a large variety of animals and birds. Children can also feed the animals. Pony rides are available but you should call ahead to make sure that rides are available (they may be reserved for Birthday Parties). Nominal cost for riding twice around a designated area. The Petting Zoo is Free however donations are appreciated.
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Watch the The Toronto4Kids website for free events taking place in the Greater Toronto Area. When you select your Event category or All Events, click on the Free Events Only Box and only free stuff will be listed. Check out free art tours for Mothers and their children offered by Art Strollers.  The 7th Annual Taste of Asia Festival, Canada's largest Free Asian Street Festival from June 26 to 28, features tons of entertainment, a Kids Zone playground area with games and more.
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Toronto4Kids - Ten FREE (or CHEAP) Things to Do in Toronto

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