Budget friendly Toronto date ideas

Whether you are going out with someone for the first time or are trying to keep things fun and exciting for an anniversary outing – here are some ideas

Toronto Blue Jays –  Roger Centre (1 Blue Jays Way, Toronto)

Depending on the seats, tickets can start as low as $20.00, but remember that ballpark prices on parking and concessions will be on the expensive side.

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The Rex Jazz/Blues Bar (194 Queen St W, Toronto)

Decent food, live jazz performances. Cover for the live performances ~ $5-10.

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Toronto Zoo  ( 2000 Meadowvale Rd, Toronto.  http://www.torontozoo.com/)

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The Toronto Zoo is the largest in the country, and features animal and plant life from 7 distinct biological regions of the globe. Adults $28. Parking extra

Segway Tour -Distillery District

Segway of Ontario has created a number of fun and interesting Segway tours in the Toronto area. One popular tour involves riding segways through Toronto’s Distillery district, learning about the area along the way from a knowledgeable guide. The tours operate 6 days a week and cost $69.00 per person plus tax.

Royal Ontario Museum ROM – (100 Queens Park, Toronto)

Perfect for the history buff. Or if you want to look smart.  Adults $17

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Snakes and Lattes (600 Bloor St W, Toronto)

100s of  board games. ~$10 an hour.

Toronto Islands (Bay St. Ferry Docks) 

Amazing during the summer. Rent a bikes, visit the amusement park, go to the beach. Ferry to the island is ~$7.50

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Allan Gardens (19 Horticultural Ave, Toronto)

Free botanical gardens in the downtown core.

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High Park  (1873 Bloor St W, Toronto)

One of the best and largest parks in Toronto. Catch shakespeare in the park during the summer months. Go skating during the winter
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Art Gallery of Ontario (317 Dundas St W, Toronto)

Art lovers. Interesting limited time exhibits

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CN Tower (301 Front St W, Toronto)

The Tower features a 360 degree observation area. Adult $32, Child $22

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Distillery District (Mill St. Toronto)

Free. Village of brick-lined streets and restored Victorian Industrial buildings. Perfect for eating, drinking, shopping.

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Harbourfront Centre (235 Queens Quay W, Toronto)

Go skating in the winter, or check out the live events in the summer. Great views of the waterfront

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