Polar Winter Festival Coming to Exhibition Place

Experience the joy of the holiday season at Toronto’s newest and biggest winter festival and holiday market premiering at Exhibition Place.

There are many exciting rides for kids at the festival, including the polar starlight rail, a polar carousel and a swing ship excursion. Kids will also have a lot of fun on the super slide. You can buy delicious snacks and drinks from the food market or visit the vendor market to buy gifts.

Polar isn’t your average holiday market. You can also enjoy festive cocktails, holiday eats, and cozy fire pits at the X-Lounge, a collaboration with Hotel X Toronto, Harlo, and Honeycomb Hospitality. From selfies with the real Santa Claus to larger-than-life holiday decor, this is a Christmas festival designed to transport guests to an enchanting winter wonderland.

When: November 25th to December 26th, 2021.

This winter wonderland is open from Wednesday to Sunday (5-11 p.m.) and is located at Bandshell Park on the Exhibition Grounds.

Where:

Bandshell Park, 210 Princes’ Boulevard, Toronto

How much:

Tickets can be purchased at Polar Winter Festival, and you can select your entry time when making your purchase. The cost of general admission for 13 years and older is $19.99+fees and hst. For kids 12 and under is $14.99+fees and hst.

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