BIG CITY AD­VEN­TURE

Trav­el­ling with kids can be an en­joy­able ex­pe­ri­ence— but it can also be ex­haust­ing. Here are five itineraries to make your trip eas­ier and more or­ga­nized.

Where Toronto - - CONTENTS - By Karen Stevens

Five awe­some itineraries for fam­i­lies to en­joy.

WHAT TO DO

Bring your bud­ding ma­rine bi­ol­o­gists to Ri­p­ley’s Aquar­ium (288 Brem­ner Blvd.) to see more than 16,000 aquatic an­i­mals and in­ter­act with stingrays, horse­shoe crabs, sharks and scar­let cleaner shrimp. Ven­ture up the ad­ja­cent CN Tower (301 Front St. W.) to en­joy the spec­tac­u­lar view. Catch a mati­nee per­for­mance of The Se­cret Gar­den (Feb. 5–Mar. 17) at the Young Peo­ple’s The­atre, then, take a walk past the fa­mous Good­er­ham Build­ing (49 Welling­ton St. E.) and check out the dog stat­ues in Ber­czy Park (35 Welling­ton St. E.).

WHERE TO EAT

Load up on tasty carbs while seated in a street­car at the Old Spaghetti Fac­tory (54 The Es­planade) or visit the St. Lawrence Mar­ket (93 Front St. E.) to ex­pe­ri­ence the var­ied food ven­dors. Try Fran’s (33 Yonge St.) for its huge menu of kid-friendly op­tions, from burg­ers to all-day break­fast.

CN Tower

Ri­p­ley’s Aquar­ium

St. Lawrence Mar­ket

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