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The Toronto skyline in autumn

Things to Do in Toronto this Fall

The autumn breeze whisks in a new season of colourful sights, A-List events and so much more fall fun to explore in Toronto.

As the leaves turn Instagram-worthy colours, Toronto becomes an even more vibrant hub of activity. From the long-awaited return of in-person events and sports to tried-and-true fall favourites like Halloween haunted houses and pumpkin patches, fall in Toronto is shaping up to be a magical one.

Cheer on your favourite sports teams

Toronto’s epic sports scene is back in full swing this fall. Whether you’re watching from home or lucky enough to score in-person tickets, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to cheer on the city this season. 

  • Catch all the fall baseball as the Blue Jays take over Rogers Centre once again
  • Feel the excitement of the glorious return of  the Toronto Raptors to home court
  • Follow the Toronto Maple Leafs as pre-season NHL hockey begins at Scotiabank Arena
  • Bundle up for an Argonauts football game at open-air BMO Field

Feast on fall food

As the weather begins to cool down from the hot summer months, we’re craving comfort food, cozy flavours and all things pumpkin. Luckily, Toronto’s culinary scene has something to satisfy every stomach.

Attend an A-List event

The Toronto International Film Festival kicks off event season at the beginning of September, and the city shows no signs of slowing down. After a year-long hiatus, in-person events are bringing energy back into the 6ix.

Explore the great outdoors 

Autumn in Toronto is the best time to explore the beauty of the city and surrounding areas, without the winter wind chill. Plus, you won’t want to miss the city’s stunning fall colours.

Fall sights in the city

If an urban adventure is more your cup of tea when the weather starts to get cool, Toronto’s attractions and venues are the perfect way to spend a brisk fall day. Start by checking out StrollTO, and you’ll have no problem making a day of exploring Toronto’s neighbourhoods.  

Explore Toronto by Season

Explore Toronto by Season