CampTO at Toronto History Museums is a new creative camp experience that offers outdoor and physical activities, active and quiet games, arts and crafts, and nature-based activities in a museum setting. This camp also features additional staff for smaller leader to camper ratios to help maintain physical distancing in camp and ensure safe supervision of campers.

Registration for CampTO will take place beginning at 7 a.m. on:

  • Wednesday, June 24 for Etobicoke/York and Scarborough districts
  • Thursday, June 25 for Toronto/East York, West Toronto/York and North York districts

Children aged 8 to 13 experiment and create at Cedar Ridge, a historic 1912 mansion nestled within a picturesque garden setting, where daily outdoor play is enjoyed. Our experienced instructors provide a safe environment and offer a wide range of visual arts including drawing, painting, pottery and video.

Please visit toronto.ca/camps for camp offerings and registration.

Contact Information

225 Confederation Drive
crcc@toronto.ca
416-396-4026

Colborne Lodge provides engaging day camps for inquisitive kids who like to make, bake, express and explore. Inspired by the landscape of High Park and the historic home of its founders, our diverse programs get kids learning and having fun through storytelling, artifacts, creative projects, nature exploration and games!

Please visit toronto.ca/camps for camp offerings and registration.

Contact Information

11 Colborne Lodge Drive
clodge@toronto.ca
416-392-6916

Join us for fun-filled days of hands-on activities designed and led by a team of year-round educators. Campers will bake and taste Victorian-inspired recipes in our historic kitchen, make unique crafts and learn new skills throughout the week. Campers get the chance to tend the kitchen garden, and use some of the herbs and produce in their cooking. Children will make new friends and have fun as we explore Willowdale and other Toronto cultural attractions on weekly excursion.

Please visit toronto.ca/camps for camp offerings and registration.

Contact Information

5172 Yonge Street
gibsonhouse@toronto.ca
416-395-7432

Kids will be inspired by this historic, mid-19th century Inn in a variety of specialty drama, baking and cooking camps. Camps make the most of the Inn’s fascinating history as an tavern, farm and community hub and its unique resources and programming including a weekly farmers’ market, outdoor bake oven, working open hearths and strong tradition of performance, music and dance. Camps are available for children 6-9 years old (baking and chef camp) and older children 8-12 (baking, chef and drama camp). Extended hours options are available.

Please visit toronto.ca/camps for camp offerings and registration.

Contact Information

4709 Dundas Street West
montinn@toronto.ca
416-394-8113

Scarborough Museum has camps for all seasons. Each camp day is packed with special activities that give kids aged 6 to 11 a chance to learn 19th century skills and go on adventures both inside and outside in the park. Every camp includes old style arts and crafts, games, baking, and depending on the season, water play at the splash pad, scavenger hunts, or snow fun.

No programs are currently offered.

Contact Information

1007 Brimley Road
shm@toronto.ca
416-338-8807

Kids are inspired by Spadina’s beautiful historic setting, with acres of gardens, green space and orchards, as well as a mansion restored to the 1920s and 30s. The one of a kind camps for ages 8 to 12 explore art and photography, with themes that include everything from the first movie monsters to Salvador Dali. Campers are immersed in early 20th century art forms and work with various media to create their own exhibits for family and friends to enjoy. Younger campers, ages 5 to 7, enjoy hands-on activities like cooking, garden exploration, art projects and dress up play.

Please visit toronto.ca/camps for camp offerings and registration.

Contact Information

285 Spadina Road
spadina@toronto.ca
416-392-6910

At Todmorden Mills, campers experience nature, history and art in a beautiful park setting within the Lower Don Valley. Hands-on art projects, games and activities take their inspiration from the site’s historic homes, art gallery and Wildflower Preserve, and each camp day includes both indoor and outdoor fun. Camps are designed with small group numbers in mind, allowing children to fully engage with the programming. Join us for unique weekly camp themes that will spark your camper’s imagination!

Please visit toronto.ca/camps for camp offerings and registration.

Contact Information

67 Pottery Road
todmorden@toronto.ca
416-396-2819

Children can spend the day at Fort York National Historic Site, in the heart of downtown Toronto. Discover what life was like in an authentic War of 1812-era fort. Hands-on activities will include “falling in” for soldiers’ drill, cooking in our historic kitchen, learning about 19th century music, and playing historic games. Campers should bring a reusable water bottle, peanut-free snacks and a lunch. We have acres to explore, so please dress for outdoor play.

Please visit toronto.ca/camps for camp offerings and registration.

Contact Information

250 Fort York Blvd
fortyork@toronto.ca
416-392-6907