September 26, 2019 | Lifestyle

Bring on the sweater weather, colourful leaves and pumpkin-spiced everything! Torontonians love the fall, but we all know it comes and goes in a flash, so we need to make the most of it while it’s here. When we think of ‘fall in Toronto’, we might not think of charming pumpkin patches and picturesque orchards, however, there are plenty of wonderful fall activities that take place within our remarkable city that make up for it! Here are our top 5 fall activities in Toronto that are bound to help you make the most out of this stunning season!

TML Home Opener
Go-Leafs-Go! When the fall season hits and the cool weather starts rolling in, Canadians begin to get hockey fever. Founded in 1917 and one of the “Original Six”, the Toronto Maple Leafs hope to end their dry spell and achieve that 14th Stanley Cup win! The puck drops at the Toronto Maple Leaf Opener against the Ottawa Senators on Wednesday, October 2nd at Scotiabank Arena.

Nuit Blanche
Pull an all-nighter while exploring magnificent art installations from dusk till dawn at the iconic Toronto art festival – Nuit Blanche. Known as the largest contemporary art event in North America, surround yourself with magnificent art installations by hundreds of artists that transform Toronto on Saturday, October 5th from 7:00 pm-7:00 am and give yourself a fall night to remember.

Can’t afford the time to take a quick trip to Germany? No problem. Toronto’s Oktoberfest is known for easily transporting Torontonians to a truly authentic Oktoberfest. Packed with traditional German entertainment, cuisine & beer. Visit Toronto’s Oktoberfest on September 26th to 28th and feel as if you submerge yourself in some genuine German culture!

The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair
Why not celebrate the best in Canadian agriculture at the annual Royal Agricultural Winter Fair that takes place every November in the City of Toronto? This Toronto fair is the largest combined indoor agricultural fair and home to the best international equestrian competition in the world. Fun for all ages, this annual Toronto event is filled with local eats and fabulous entertainment. Taking place at Toronto’s Exhibition Place from November 1st to 10th, the Royal Winter Fair is a must-try in the fall for Torontonians!

Toronto’s Chocolate Festival
Celebrating its 14th year, the Toronto Chocolate Festival will keep your taste buds tingling all month long. This event showcases chocolate in any and every possible way you can imagine, making it the star of every experience throughout this city-wide event. From Chocolate Afternoon Tea at the King Edward Hotel to blind wine and chocolate tasting, as well as a Chocolate Ball complete with a one-of-a-kind chocolate fashion show! Why not experience chocolate like never before from October 1st to 31st and give your taste buds a treat!

The Toronto Raptors Home Opener
The Toronto Raptors had all eyes on them during their successful journey to the 2019 NBA championship with Toronto’s very own Drake by their side. We the North continues its historical journey on October 22nd at 8:00 PM when The Toronto Raptors face The New Orleans Pelicans on at the Scotiabank Arena.


Toronto offers a variety of seasonal events for its residents all year round! To learn more about Toronto and why we think it’s a great place to live, contact us today!