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Don’t be card-bored this March Break

February 28th, 2017

The AGO has you covered this March Break with fun family activities, including building cardboard cities and exploring a cardboard maze.

The AGO has an a-MAZE-ing line-up of interactive and imaginative activities for March Break this year (March 11–19). All programs are available on a drop-in basis, so you and the family can drop by whenever it suits you.

All activities are free with the price of admission. A highlight is the life-sized cardboard maze located in the heart of the Gallery that kids and families can explore, accompanied by a chance to create your own cardboard city under the guidance of Toronto-based artist and designer Sean Martindale.

Photo courtesy of the AGO.

You can also make your own miniature museum in a box, unwind with family yoga, play in our Build-It-and-Take-It-Apart space or have fun building with our oversized big blue Imagination Playground blocks.

There will also be lots of colouring and family friendly tours – more than a day’s worth of fun for any family!

Admission is free for AGO Members and children five and under. A special discounted family pass is available for advance purchase at AGO.net for only $39. A family pass admits two adults and up to five youths (ages six to 17). Individual tickets are $11 for youth ages 17 and under, $16 for seniors and $19.50 for adults and can be purchased at AGO.net, in person and by phone at 416 979 6648.

For more information, visit AGO.net/march-break.

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