The summer family fun finder for Kids 12 and under

Explore the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area this summer with your family on the GO!

Check out the map below to see what adventures you can take your family on with the help of the GO!
There’s tons of fun within reach of every station. Explore the map below to discover your next adventure.

Click on the destinations below to see what adventures you can take your family on with the help of the GO!
There’s tones of fun within reach of every station.

Explore the destinations below to discover your next adventure.

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Location list

Union GO

The Royal Ontario Museum

The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is Canada’s largest museum of world cultures and natural history. Save 20% on regular admission rates at the Royal Ontario Museum by showing your GO fare or PRESTO card at the ROM admissions desk when you arrive – brought to you by PRESTO Perks!

Take the TTC Line 1 north to Museum Station from Union Station.


Ripley's Aquarium of Canada

Take your family on an underwater adventure. The Aquarium features North America’s longest underwater viewing tunnel with more than 5.7 million litres of water and over 100 interactive opportunities. Guests can get up close and personal with several touch exhibits featuring horseshoe crabs, sharks, scarlet cleaner shrimp, and stingrays. Union Station is just steps away from the underwater action. Save 20% on Onsite General Admission Prices when you show your PRESTO card.

Walk down Bremner Blvd to the Aquarium from Union Station.


Hockey Hall of Fame

For hockey lovers, a visit to the Hockey Hall of Fame is a must! It’s home to hockey’s greatest treasure – the Stanley Cup. You can go one-on-one against life-size, animated greats of the game; call play-by-play of some of hockey’s greatest moments; watch some great game flicks; explore the largest collection of hockey memorabilia anywhere; and more. It’s fun for fans of all ages! Save 20% on regular admission rates when you show your PRESTO card.

Walk across Front St & up Yonge St to the Hall of Fame from Union Station.


CBC Kids Days

On July 17th and 18th kids take over the Canadian Broadcasting Centre. Join us for two fun-filled days of live performances with the stars of CBC Kids, activities, crafts and the first ever CBC Kids Parade! This event is free and ideal for kids ages 2-6.

Walk west down Front St. from Union Station.


CBC Kids Studio Tours

Located on the ground floor of CBC Toronto, the brand new CBC Kids' Studio K is a vibrant, 360-degree, public-access studio that has been outfitted for fun. With its retro style, colourful palette and kidified versions of all things TV, Studio K offers a fun and interactive experience for visitors — grownups and kids alike. Sign up today for a 30-minute tour that's ideal for kids 7 and under.

Walk west down Front St. from Union Station.

Rouge Hill GO

Rouge National Urban Park

Rouge National Urban Park is a beautiful wilderness refuge in the city and the largest urban park in Canada. The Lake Ontario section of the park has fantastic views of the lake and there's plenty to explore. Enjoy a swim at Rouge Beach, paddle in the serene Rouge Marsh or take a walk along the Waterfront Trail which extends along the beautiful shores of Lake Ontario. Just be sure to bring your binoculars because there are a variety of bird species to be seen.

Take a LYFT a short ride from Rouge Hill Station to the Rouge Hill Beach entrance to the park.

Exhibition GO

The CNE and Honda Indy

Exhibition Station has long been a hotbed of excitement and recreation with frequent events occurring on the Exhibition grounds. Bring the whole family to the Honda Indy July 12th, 13th and 14th and see race cars come to life as they navigate the twists and turns of Lakeshore Boulevard (earplugs are encouraged!). Then, from August 16th to September 2nd, the Canadian National Exhibition is back! The CNE is Canada's largest fair and a can't-miss annual family attraction. Enjoy carnival rides, games, performances and out of this world food. Check back soon for GO discounts.

Take the GO Train along Lakeshore West line to Exhibition GO Station.

Bloor GO Station

Roncesvalles Polish Festival

Now in it's 14th year, the Roncesvalles Polish Festival (North America's largest celebration of Polish Culture) takes place on September 14th and 15th. Roncesvalles Village is a neighbourhood steeped in Polish culture, featuring numerous local Polish restaurants and institutions. Bring the family and feast on pierogi and cabbage rolls, take in some traditional dancing and folk music, and enjoy the quaint shops of Roncesvalles Avenue.

Take the Kitchener line to Bloor GO Station, and walk from the station down Roncesvalles Ave.

Georgetown GO

Fallbrook Trail Ranch

Fallbrook Trail Ranch is a year-round horseback riding ranch with kids' camps that run every summer. Book a trail ride for the whole family, experience a beautiful wilderness environment, get up close and personal with the horses, and enjoy being a cowboy or cowgirl for the day!

From the Georgetown GO Station, take a LYFT a short ride to the entrance to Fallbrook Trail Ranch on Line 9 in Georgetown.

Danforth GO

Greektown and Taste of The Danforth

The Danforth is a rich, cultural treasure in the heart of Toronto and the centre of Toronto's Greektown. Visit the vibrant shops along the avenue, enjoy souvlaki on a hopping patio and don't miss the Danforth's signature festival, 'Taste of the Danforth' where the city descends on the neighbourhood for a fun street festival showcasing the best Greek cuisine the city has to offer. Taste of the Danforth runs from August 9th to 11th. Get there via Danforth GO station and arrive stress-free.

TTC Line 2 from Main St. to Pape Station, from Danforth GO Station along Lakeshore East.

Brampton GO

The Peel Art Gallery Museum and Archives

The Peel Art Gallery Museum and Archives is Peel Region's home to interesting art and fascinating local history in the middle of downtown Brampton. Set in the historic Peel County Courthouse, the museum offers year-round exhibits and activities for all ages. This summer there are kids' camps as well as a host of rotating exhibitions and permanent collections showcasing the history of Peel region.

A 10min walk from Brampton GO Station, along the Kitchener line.

Port Credit GO

Port Credit Busker Festival

The Port Credit Busker Festival takes place on August 16th and 17th in the streets of downtown Port Credit at the mouth of the Credit River. Performers from all over the world impress onlookers with juggling, magic and fire tricks, and other feats of dazzling wonder.

A 15min walk from Port Credit GO Station, along the Lakeshore West line.

Guelph GO

Downtown Guelph

With GO Transit service to Guelph on weekdays, you can hop on the GO and experience the best that 'The Royal City' has to offer. Enjoy the quaint downtown area, stroll along the riverfront, explore a variety of historical buildings and find a cool patio to enjoy a satisfying lunch at one of the city's critically-acclaimed restaurants.

Walk from Guelph Central GO Station, along the Kitchener train line or GO Bus Routes 31/33.

Newmarket GO

Of Rock and Chalk, Newmarket

Newmarket's indoor rock climbing facility, 'Of Rock and Chalk' is a massive indoor rock climbing centre just steps away from the Newmarket GO station. This incredible indoor rock wall features dizzying heights for skill levels — from experts to beginners. With over 46 routes, it's a destination for families looking for a heart-pounding adventure and it's open seven days a week.

A 5min walk from Newmarket GO Station, along the Barrie line.

Hamilton GO

Hamilton's waterfalls: Chedoke, Albion, Websters, Tiffany and more

Hamilton is known as the waterfall capital of the world, and with over 100 waterfalls found just minutes from the downtown core, it's believed Hamilton has the most waterfalls of any urban area in the world. You can walk the hills of the Niagara Escarpment (A UNESCO world biosphere region) to discover them, and learn the difference between a cascade, plunge, staircase and ledge waterfall! All you need is to your hiking shoes to get ready for a day of exploring the natural world, just within reach of a city. Find a waterfall and a hike that's right for you!

Connect to HSR from the Hamilton GO Centre Station, along the Lakeshore West line.

Niagara GO

Niagara Falls

The popular Niagara Seasonal Weekend GO Train Service is back this summer from June 21st to September 2nd as well as Thanksgiving weekend, October 12th to 14th. An inclusive Niagara Parks Travel Package is available for purchase online starting at $35 per person and $65 for groups. The price covers your round-trip GO Train fare plus a connecting WEGO bus pass that you can use for the weekend so you can leave the car at home and travel stress-free. Niagara Falls is home to many family-friendly attractions including the Journey Behind the Falls experience where you can see (and feel!) the rush of water crashing down in front of you, and the Hornblower Cruise which takes you to the base of the falls to feel the mist and hear the roar of the water.

Connect to WEGO from Niagara Falls GO Station, along the Lakeshore West line.

Kitchener GO

Adventure Rooms Canada, Kitchener

Adventure Rooms Canada is a challenging and popular 'escape room' destination in Kitchener. You'll have 60 minutes to decipher codes, solve puzzles and find your way out of the escape room using team work. With rooms suitable for children 8 and older, it’s a unique experience sure to challenge the whole family. Reservations are recommended.

A 10min walk from the Kitchener GO Station

Whitby GO

Sky Zone Whitby

Sky Zone is an indoor trampoline park that's a short ride from the Whitby GO Station. If you're looking for fun, excitement, and a great workout for the whole family, Sky Zone features a range of attractions and trampolines — from freeform jumping, to obstacle courses and the foam pit, there's something for everyone to enjoy.

Connect to Durham Region Transit from the Whitby GO Station, along the Lakeshore East line.

Unionville GO

The Varley Museum

The Varley Museum, just north of Unionville GO station, presents exhibitions of local history and contemporary Canadian art as well as year-round educational programs.

Connect to York Region Transit from Unionville GO Station, along the Stouffville line.

Guildwood GO

Guild Park & Gardens

A magical place in an incredible setting, Guild Park and Gardens is set against the shores of Lake Ontario and contains sculptures and gardens that will transport you to another world. Formerly the setting of The Guild Inn, these regal grounds are now owned and operated as a park by the City of Toronto.

A moderate walk, or short TTC bus ride away from the Guildwood GO station.

Burlington GO

Concerts in Central Park

Every Wednesday night at 7:30 pm in June, July and August, the City of Burlington hosts free musical entertainment at the Central Park Bandshell. Sit on the lawn and enjoy a fantastic range of performances with a wide variety of genres and groups performing throughout the season.

Connect to Burlington Transit, from the Burlington GO Station along Lakeshore West.

Rutherford GO

Legoland Discovery Centre

Located in Vaughan, the Legoland Discovery Centre is home to miniature building attractions and a variety of activities. The kids can take part in LEGO building projects, marvel at the miniature replicas of some of Toronto's incredible landmarks and experience a 4D cinema attraction. Enjoy 20% off general admission when you show your PRESTO card.

Connect to York Region Transit from Rutherford GO Station, along the Barrie line.


Canada's Wonderland

Canada's Wonderland is the Greater Toronto Area's largest amusement park and a must-visit destination for thrill seekers of all ages. From the legendary Timberwolf Falls log ride, to the brand new Yukon Striker roller coaster (the world's tallest, longest, and fastest dive coaster), Canada's Wonderland is filled with an impressive collection of coasters, interactive rides and kid-friendly attractions.

Connect to York Region Transit from Rutherford GO Station, along the Barrie line.

Yorkdale GO Bus Terminal

Yorkdale Mall

Yorkdale Mall is one of the Greater Toronto Area's premier shopping centres and home to a number of vibrant shops and restaurants. Kids will enjoy exploring the Disney and Lego stores, as well as taking a break to enjoy a film at the movie theatre. With a GO station right at the mall, Yorkdale is a convenient destination for all your shopping needs this summer.

Take the GO Bus Route 92 to Yorkdale Mall.

Allandale Waterfront
GO Station

Barrie's waterfront

Barrie's waterfront stretches 5 km in the heart of the city and is a major attraction for visitors. As you travel the Waterfront Heritage Trail, you can enjoy art installations, learn about the history of Barrie, and stop to swim and soak up the sun on the numerous beaches along the way.

Walk from Allandale Waterfront GO Station, along the Barrie line.

Markham GO

The Markham Museum

The Markham Museum is a 25-acre, open-air museum site in the heart of Markham where whole buildings, including a a blacksmith shop and a saw mill, have been carefully preserved. This summer, the museum's newest exhibit, focused on transportation throughout the ages, opens. There, you'll learn about innovations that are creating more sustainable modes of transportation.

A 12min walk from Mount Joy GO Station, with a GO Bus stop right out front.

Milton GO

Springridge Farm

Springridge farm is a fun-filled attraction open all summer long where families can visit farm animals, experience a singing chicken show, and enjoy pony rides. The farm has been operating for over 100 years and has a bakery on site where you can enjoy a slice of their famous cherry pie.

From Milton GO Station, take a LYFT to Springridge Farm on Bell School Line.

Richmond Hill GO

Richmond Hill Wave Pool

Richmond Hill is home to a massive wave pool, complete with a 100ft waterslide! Equipped with water mats, a shallow beach-like area for younger swimmers and an on-deck sauna, The Wave Pool is an ideal family destination that's open year-round.

A moderate walk away from the Richmond Hill GO Station.