Things To Do In Burlington


21 Days or 6 Weeks of Unlimited Boot-Camp Sessions at Fit Body Boot Camp (Up to US$370 Value)

Fit Body Boot Camp

Burlington

Trainers lead groups through cardio and strength-training exercises designed to boost caloric burn during and after workouts

C$185 C$39

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Weekend Paintball Outing for Two, Four, Six, or Eight with Gear at Paintball Nation (Up to 89%Off)

Paintball Nation

Multiple Locations

Paintballs fly over outdoor fields or an indoor facility with towers, buildings, and trucks after experts brief players on safety rules

C$110.17 C$15

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C$39 for One Month of Unlimited Kick-Boxing Classes at Bay Area Athletic Club (C$125 Value)

Bay Area Athletic Club

Bay Area Athletic Club

Kick-boxing classes leverage punches and kicks to get clients fit while they learn powerful martial-arts techniques

C$125 C$39

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One Month of BlitzFit Training Classes for One Or Two at Team O’Brien Fitness (Up to 70% Off)

TeamOBrien Fitness

TeamOBrien Fitness

One of Canada’s most famous IFBB Fitness & Physique competitors offers women’s BlitzFit Training to tone physiques and promote wellness

C$150 C$49

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C$29 for One Month of Unlimited Fitness Classes at No Excuse Fitness and Training (C$119 Value)

No Excuse Fitness and Training

No Excuse Fitness & Training

Clients burn calories and tone bodies with a selection of classes, including boxing, KettleHell, and No Excuse Strength Challenge

C$119 C$29

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5 or 10 Yoga and Pilates Mat Classes at Be Yoga & Wellness (Up to 81% Off)

Be Yoga & Wellness

Burlington

Yoga classes such as Hot Hatha, Hot Yin, and Vinyasa Flow; Pilates mat classes improve core strength

C$80 C$19

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Family Day Bash Visit for One, Two, or Four at Burlington Soccer Dome on February 16 (Up to 64% Off)

Family Day Bash

Family Day Bash

Kids bounce around in 20+ inflatable play structures, line up for face painting and balloon art, and shake hands with Superman and Batman

C$14 C$7

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10 or 20 Boot Camp Classes at Fit4Adventure (Up to 67% Off)

Fit4Adventure

Fit4Adventure

Shed pounds or prepare yourself for endurance races with intense boot-camp exercises

C$150 C$59

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$74 for Winery Tour from RoundTrip Tours with Transportation ($148 Value). 15 Options Available.

RoundTrip Tours

Visit five wineries during your Saturday tour

C$148 C$74

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Dance Classes at danceScape (Up to 62% Off). Five Options Available.

danceScape

danceScape

Try a ballroom class for absolute beginners, learn the lindy hop, or practice your hip swiveling in a salsa or Latin dance class

C$150 C$75

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5, 10, or 20 Pilates Classes at The Pilates Studio (Up to 65% Off)

The Pilates Studio

Burlington

Experienced instructors help students tone their physiques and build strength through Pilates, weight training, and other classes

C$125 C$49

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10 or 15 Fitness Classes at Complex Barbell (Up to 85% Off)

Complex Barbell

Complex Barbell

Classes combine cardio, olympic lifting, gymnastics, plyometrics, and calisthenics into new workouts each day

C$200 C$39

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Unlimited Classes at Academix Martial Arts & Fitness (Up to 81% Off). Six Options Available.

Academix Martial Arts & Fitness

Multiple Locations

Strike long, lean poses; up your cardiovascular system; or stay alert in fitness classes

C$125 C$29

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Krav Maga Classes at IKM Krav Maga Canada - Spartan Self Defense (Up to 74% Off). Three Options Available.

IKM Krav Maga Canada - Spartan Self Defense

IKM Krav Maga Canada - Spartan Self Defense

Instructors teach students a tough, direct style of martial arts that allows them to take down aggressors quickly and effectively

C$75 C$25

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10 or 15 CrossFit Classes at CrossFit North Burlington (Up to 82% Off)

CrossFit North Burlington

CrossFit North Burlington

Certified instructors lead varied routines of high-intensity functional exercises, while scaling movements to accommodate fitness levels

C$249 C$49

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  • Royal Botanical Gardens
    Littered with billboards and dilapidated shacks, the abandoned 6-acre gravel pit looked like the last place you'd want to plant a garden. But from 1930 to 1931, the Royal Botanical Gardens transformed the area by arranging weathered limestone rocks from nearby quarries into linked paths and staircases winding around ponds and waterfalls. Since then, the 2,700-acre nonprofit facility has continued to display approximately 40,000 plants and 50 living plant collections in its five gardens. The property also hosts three nature sanctuaries. The largest, Cootes Paradise, encompasses 16 creeks and a 320-hectacre river-mouth marsh on more than 600 hectares of land. Visitors can explore stream crossings or check out the gardens from above on 31 scenic trails that range across more than 21 kilometres with more than 20 lookouts. After long expeditions, visitors can make their way to the three onsite restaurants, browse gardening tools in the shop, or attend one of the garden's many monthly events.
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    680 Plains Road West
    Burlington, ON CA
  • Paintball Nation
    Every year since its founding in 2006, more than 20,000 players arrive at Paintball Nation's three locations to playfully trade paint across outdoor battlefields or among towering indoor obstacles. Sniper towers overlook Mississauga's urban scenario field, where misfired paintballs splatter against trucks, tires, and wooden boxes. At Burlington, players hide behind plastic barrel towers as they compete in three zones encompassing a total of 20,000 square feet. During summer months, Brampton's outdoor facility hosts paintball squadrons as they launch technicolor salvos amid fresh air and sunlight. Whether games take place indoors or out, Paintball Nation's referees make sure simulated battles remain safe and good-natured. To that end, they brief every visitor on field rules and etiquette, such as never using nonfield paint or unlicensed Blackhawk helicopters.
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    3336 Mainway
    Burlington, ON CA
  • Cedar Springs Health Racquet & Sportsclub
    It's a good thing Cedar Springs Health Racquet & Sportsclub is open 24 hours a day, because it takes a long time to explore everything it has to offer. Fresh off a two-million-dollar? renovation, the Burlington location measures in at 200,000 square feet, including seven swimming pools, four water slides, courts for tennis, squash, and racquetball, a 24-hour gymnasium, and even an onsite restaurant. Classes operate more than 12 hours a day, and range from the strength-building Group Power program to the Latin dance?inspired Zumba class. Thanks to an assessment by a professional trainer, tennis and racquetball players can be paired with opponents of appropriate skill. At 10,000 square feet, the Ancaster location is considerably more compact, but it still manages to house plenty of exercise equipment and host lots of spin, Zumba, and other group exercise classes.
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    960 Cumberland Ave.
    Burlington, ON CA
  • Art Glazed Over
    Tija Ceramic Studio is Burlington's only drop in and mobile ceramic/pottery studio! Tija Ceramic Studio makes 75% of over 1500 pieces available to paint. Of course they are not on the shelf all at the same time, but you are welcome to browse our catalogue. We are dedicated to help enrich the lives of families and friends.
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    561 Wedgewood Dr
    Burlington, ON CA
  • Symphony on the Bay
    Now in its 38th year of performance, the charming "Symphony on the Bay" exudes a passion for music and community, offering a bevy of concerts to please young, old, and canine listeners alike. "Celebrating Fifteen" honors James R. McKay's 15 years as Symphony Hamilton's music director. In addition to conducting the community-based volunteer symphonic orchestra, the maestro stays active as a bassoonist, acoustic researcher, and university teacher. "A Family Christmas" will offer a slew of traditional Christmas songs featuring mezzo-soprano Sophie Roland and a mandatory Christmas-carol sing-along. "Beethoven's Heroines and Emperors" will contain classics such as the Leonore Overture No. 3 and Symphony No. 3, "Eroica." "Film and Symphonic Classics" will feature pieces by Mozart, Barber, and Dvorak, as well as John Williams' Schindler's List and The Imperial March from Star Wars Suite. Guest conductor Pratik Gandhi will lead "Music Through the Ages" with numbers from Holst, Mozart, and J.C. Bach.
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    126 Plains Road East
    Burlington, ON CA
  • Dragon's Fire Golf Club
    Expansive fairways are cleaved through groves of mature oak trees, creating verdant alleyways for golfers to swing past windswept rough and dense forest as they navigate Dragon’s Fire Golf Club, named a Best New Course in Canada by Golf Digest in 2009. Architect Boris Danoff sculpted the course from a former tree farm into the rolling countryside, seamlessly incorporating the natural lay of the land into a compelling design. Depending on their skill level or which Brady Bunch child they’re choosing to play as, golfers can play the course from six tee boxes that range from 5,085 yards from the red tees up to a daunting 7,202 yards from the tips. Club Car Champion carts escort players around the course's 80 bunkers and nine distinctly shaped ponds. True to its name, the course can be monstrous and unforgiving, as showcased on the course's most difficult hole, the 633-yard par 5 13th, a grassy monolith with fairway bunkers and massive trees in play that obstruct several paths to the green. After putting out on the 528-yard par 5 18th hole, a demanding dogleg-right with ample water and sand, golfers can retire to the clubhouse's outdoor patio for drinks and snacks or head to the pro shop to replace their pitching wedge that mysteriously snapped in half. Course at a Glance: 18-hole, par 72 course Total length of 7,202 yards from the back tees Course rating of 73 from the back tees Course slope of 131 from the back tees Six sets of tees per hole Scorecard
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    342 Concession 8 E
    Flamborough, ON US

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