For The Kids: We’re Giving Away a Family Pass To Visit the AGO This March Break

Get ready: This March Break (March 9-March 17), the AGO dishes up nine straight days of interactive and imaginative activities! Taking over Walker Court, the AGO’s artists-in-residence, Natalie Ferguson and Toby Gillies, present Secret Ingredient, an art-making smorgasbord celebrating the foods we love. This interactive feast invites families to construct faux versions of their favourite foods, share recipes, photograph them, and set a banquet table with their creations.

Here’s what else is in store:

  • Join the paper plane party and customize, fold and decorate paper airplanes and colourful flying spinners–then launch them from the Gallery School balcony!
  • Feel the need for speed on the AGO racetrack and use mini-putt sticks to push your ball over the finish line in Galleria Italia.
  • Get creative and decorate your very own paper boat, then put your craftsmanship to the test and see if you can make it float.
  • Visit the AGO’s Weston Family Learning Centre to join in on the table-sized colouring mural, or take a family-friendly tour departing every hour. 

Aaaaand…ALL March Break drop-in programs and activities are included with the price of regular admission!

Because we love ya, we’re giving away a Family Pass for you and your fam to visit the AGO during March Break. The pass would also include access to the AGO’s brand-new, ground-breaking, specially ticketed exhibition Impressionism in the Age of Industry: Monet, Pissarro and more. A family pass admits two adults and up to five youths.

You have three ways to enter:

LIKE + COMMENT on our IG and FB post.

Tweet, “Yes please, @shedoesthecity! I’d love to bring my fam to @agotoronto this March Break. Hook me up! #AGOmakes”

Winner will be chosen on March 6 by 4 p.m.

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