Safe Options to Keep the Holiday Spirit Alive
1) You can still participate in free virtual events and activities.
Thanks to technology, there are a variety of virtual experiences and events available to keep you engaged and entertained.
- Check out the Royal Ontario Museum’s Online Exhibitions
- View the World’s 15 Best Virtual Tours
- Watch a live feed of animals hosted by the San Diego Zoo
For New Year’s Eve, you can watch The Ball Drop live in Times Square, New York City, from the comfort and warmth of your home.
2) Support Arts & Entertainment.
Alongside struggling retailers, entertainment venues that have been forced to close their doors are hoping to gain the public’s support for their content available for purchase.
- Watch The National Ballet of Canada’s “The Nutcracker” from now until January 2nd, 2021.
- Get a virtual concert ticket from Toronto Symphony Orchestra to hear seasonal songs written and performed by celebrated Métis singer Andrea Menard and Canadian guitarist Robert Walsh and participate in a special at-home audience sing-along and a virtual visit from you-know-who will put a bow on this good time for all ages.
- Experience the artful IMMERSIVE Van Gogh Exhibit produced by Lighthouse Immersive.
- Watch Ontario’s very own Justin Bieber on New Year’s Eve live at his virtual concert “NYE Live”
- Enjoy the Toronto International Film Festival’s Variety of Digital Screenings.
- Bookmark Live Nation’s virtual concerts like Gordon Lightfoot or Sarah Brightman’s Christmas Symphony.
- Bundle-up and head to Ontario Place’s Drive-In for a family friendly Hollywood hit.
3) Enjoy a variety of outdoor light displays—this year there are more than usual.
- Head to the Junction for their 1st Annual Window Wonderland where you can see local storefronts transformed into a Window Wonderland exhibition.
- Drive through Canada’s first Multi-Level Drive through experience, Polar, at Pearson Airport. Don’t want to drive? Ask us about our Secure Transportation services (Exclusive to our Executive Clients)
- Head to the Toronto Zoo with the kids to experience their Holiday Drive Thru
- View the spectacle of lights on the Casa Loma grounds. Their Holiday Light Tour has been extended until January 31st.