March Break 2022 is full of things to do in Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville, Milton and the surrounding neighbourhoods. We’ve loaded our events calendar below and put together a long list of great things to do with kids on March Break, too!
Great Things To Do Outdoors on March Break With Kids
How lucky are we to live smack in the middle of an abundance of great activities for families?! March Break 2022 is a welcome stepping stone into events and activities looking more “normal” and we are here for it!
Mountsberg Conservation Area is home to Maple Town once again this year. Maple Town is a great fresh air experience where you will learn how trees are tapped, sap collected, then turned into delicious maple syrup. Pre-book your visit online.
Westfield Heritage Village is hosting “Maple Syrup Season” on select days in March. We’ve got two demonstration sites, a Maple Trivia Trail, and take-out pancakes from the St. George Lions Club. Visitors will also be able to buy maple treats from the General Store and Gift Shop.
Bring back the basics and blow your kids’ minds at the same time when you take them to a different playground every day! We have 35+ playground reviews for Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville and Milton right here. And we know the best natural playgrounds, too!
Explore nature with these kid-friendly hiking destinations.
Great Things To Do Indoors on March Break With Kids
Joseph Brant Museum has 3 new exhibits, perfect for a spectrum of ages, plus a brand new Children’s Gallery. True or False is a “did-you-know?” hand-on interactive exhibit that will shock and amaze kids and adults. We visited with young kids and grandparents, and everyone had rave reviews. Pre-book your visit online.
Young children will absolutely love a visit to The Family Room in Waterdown because they get to play with friends, create works of art and use their imaginations! There is even an infant area to make sure the littlest ones stay safe.
Royal Botanical Gardens’ winter exhibit Under The Canopy is fabulous for families. We loved the live show where you saw rainforest dwellers up close. The exhibits include unique creatures from turtles to snakes to a sleepy-looking sloth! Pre-book your visit.
Dress in your brightest whites and take the kids for a round of glow-in-the-dark mini golf here.
Wander through the Art Gallery of Hamilton – especially the 2nd floor – and let your kids enjoy a feast for the eyes!
Enjoy a mini-vacation with tropical temperatures when you catch the beauty and wonder that is the Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory.
Use this list of things to do with tweens and teens when your big kids want to do things that are “babyish” and are definitely cool enough for them to want to invite their friends along.