Take part in year-round special events on this 43-acre site. From historic cooking classes for 8 people to huge outdoor concerts for thousands, Fort York offers activities that appeal to everyone.
Don't miss these great events at Fort York. Contact us at 416-392-6907 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Regular Admission: Adults $7.96, Seniors/Youth $4.87, Children $3.76 (plus tax)
Children 5 years and under are free. Special event ticket prices may apply for certain events.
Continues until August 31
Fort York is proud to participate in this fundraising project for the Baycrest Foundation and to stimulate discussion and awareness of aging and brain health. It will shine a light on age-related dementia, such as Alzheimer's and the need for more research into how we can maintain optimal cognitive well-being at any age. Fort York will host a brain sculpture created by an artist working in the medium of their choice.
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Thrill to the booming of the cannon, the firing of muskets, the vibrant colours of the uniformed guard and the lively music of fife and drum. These are the sights and sounds of Fort York this summer. Visitors will enjoy hourly demonstrations of military music, drill, musketry and artillery performed by students representing the Canadian Fencible Regiment that was garrisoned at the fort at the end of the War of 1812. Highlights include musket and cannon firings, and the music of the Fort York Drums (a fife & drum corps). Program varies daily. Call for specific details.
Regular admission: Adults: $7.96, Seniors (65 +): $4.87, Youth (13-18 yrs.): $4.87
Children (6-12yrs): $3.76 (plus tax), Children 5 and under are Free
Saturday, August 19
On the Garrison Common
The Mad Decent Block Party is an electronic music festival that brings a beat-blasting block party to cities across North America.
For details visit their website!
September 16 to 18
On the Garrison Common
The Toronto Urban Roots Festival will be closing out a jam-packed summer of music festivals in the city when it returns to Fort York Garrison Common. For this year's lineup and ticket information, visit http://torontourbanrootsfest.com/
Thursday, September 22, 6:30 to 9 p.m.
Want to learn how to make Canada's First Butter Tart recipe? Join us to prepare and taste recipes from Canadian cookbooks from the early 1900's and an original Canadian Stew that would have been served to soldiers. Enjoy your dinner in the ambience of candlelight in our historic Officers' Mess Kitchen. Recipe package included. $75 +HST. Pre-registration and payment are required.