Toronto in the Fall

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

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

Fall city attractions

If an urban adventure is 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. Just pick one of Toronto’s 140+ diverse neighbourhoods and start exploring. 

Autumn outdoor activities

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 festivals & events

While the Toronto International Film Festival kicks off event season at the beginning of September, the city shows no signs of slowing down. Fall events in Toronto bring a buzz to the city—make sure you don't miss out on the action. Check out our annual festivals and events for a more comprehensive list.

Fall foods & desserts

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.

Fall sporting events

Toronto’s epic sports scene is full of action this season and cheering on one of the city's sports teams is among the top things to do in Toronto in the fall. Whether you’re at one of the city's top sports bars or if you're lucky enough to score in-person tickets, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to show your fan spirit this season. 

Explore Toronto by Season

Explore Toronto by Season


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