Things To Do In Peterborough

Bowling with Drinks for Up to Six or Private Bowling Party for Up to 25 at All Star Interactive (Up to 70% Off)

All Star Interactive

Toronto East

C$99 C$30

Automatic lanes clatter with toppling pins as guests square off in rental shoes and refuel with drinks; parties offer 12 private lanes

C$10 for Family Day Pass for 2 Adults & 4 Youths Age 5-14 to Lang Pioneer Village Museum (C$20 Value)

Lang Pioneer Village Museum

Keene

C$20 C$10

With restored buildings and costumed interpreters performing tasks such as printmaking, an outdoor museum recreates a 19th-century village

Wine and Cheese Tasting for Two, Four, or Six at Diamond Estates - The Wine Store (Up to 63% Off)

Diamond Estates - The Wine Store

Scarborough

C$40 C$18

Resident wine expert pairs Diamond Estates wines with fine cheeses to incorporate all senses into the tasting

Nine-Week Group or Semi-Private Swim Class at 400 Swim (Up to 58% Off). Three Options Available.

400 Swim

Multiple Locations

C$261 C$110

Weekly classes for novice swimmers of all ages teach tadpoles how to safely traverse the pool with proper form and technique

C$75 for Five Days of an All-Day Summer Sports Camp at Five Star Camps (C$150 Value). Four Options Available.

Five Star Camps

Scarborough

C$150 C$75

Five-day camps focus on improving athletes' skills in soccer, volleyball, dryland training, or several sports

C$69.99 for a Wine-Making Experience at Grapefully Yours (C$140.04 Value)

Grapefully Yours

Scarborough Village

C$140.04 C$69.99

Each guest fills 30 bottles of wine—such as riesling, white zinfandel, or pinot noir—to take home after 4-6 weeks

10 or 20 Youth or Adult Boxing Fitness Classes at Scarberian Boxing (Up to 87% Off)

Scarberian Boxing

Scarborough

C$95 C$15

Body boxers sweat and spar as they learn the science behind boxing, eschewing hits to the head in favour of accuracy and technique

Eight Krav Maga Classes or One Month of Unlimited Classes at Counter Attack Krav Maga (Up to 78% Off)

Counter Attack Krav Maga

Scarborough

C$112 C$25

Self-defense moves designed by the Israeli Defense Forces prepare students for real-world situations

C$19 for One Month of Unlimited Classes from BOSS Fitness Bootcamps at Ryouko Martial Arts (C$290 Value)

BOSS Fitness Bootcamps at Ryouko Martial Arts

Scarborough

C$290 C$19

Boot-camp classes build strength and cardiovascular endurance; kickboxing classes hone reflexes and self-defense moves

10 or 20 Boot-Camp Classes at Achieve! Fitness & Health (Up to 90% Off)

Achieve! Fitness & Health

New Location

C$200 C$29

Instructor leads outdoor & indoor classes that help patrons slim down and build lean muscle with traditional and non-traditional equipment

Five-Class Pass for Yoga or One Month of Unlimited Hot Yoga at Hot Yoga Wellness (Up to 75% Off)

Hot Yoga Wellness

Multiple Locations

C$80 C$20

Ashtanga, yin, hatha, and hot yoga sessions

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Without the benefit of planes or cars, 19th-century pioneers trekked to the County of Peterborough, where they built a new life for themselves. Here, they established a number of operations including farms, a cider mill, and a print shop, and today, it?s as if the village never changed. The Lang Pioneer Village Museum re-created the 19th-century town in 1967 to give visitors a glimpse into pioneer life, and more than 25 restored and furnished original structures have been moved as far as 90 miles to lend the outdoor museum authenticity. Among these buildings is the three-story Lang Grist Mill, an 1846-built facility where wheat is still ground into flour every summer.

Costumed villagers populate the town, roving past the museum's vegetable gardens, hitching posts, and watering troughs on their way to work. In the various shops, blacksmiths shape metals, carpenters assemble furniture, and printers generate handbills on a 1927 Washington Flatbed Press. Villagers perform crafts such as open-hearth cooking and weaving; in fact, the museum's weaver shop showcases one of the few Jacquard looms on display in North America.

Visitors to the museum can interrupt any of the townspeople to find out more about their trade or to lend a hand with chores. The museum even rents out its 1886 schoolhouse to students for a day, replacing their usual teacher with a costumed interpreter who conducts lessons similar to those of a 19th-century classroom.

470 Water Street
Peterborough,
ON
CA

Established in 1985, Milltown Mini Golf sends visitors putting past fishponds, a working water wheel, and lush gardens. But because the facility sprawls across two acres of land, the family-oriented amusement park doesn't stop at mini golf. When you set down your club, you can pick up a bat in the batting cages; or a paintball gun at the target range; or even an authentic metal detector while hunting for treasures. You can also style your hair inside Milltown's hurricane wind tunnel, or take home a new friend after building a customized teddy bear.

933 Lansdowne St W
Peterborough,
ON
CA

Magical Midways' colourful trucks have journeyed throughout Ontario for more than 60 years, metamorphosing quiet fields into lively amusement parks. Amid the clatter and hum of roller coasters, tilt-a-whirls, and merry-go-rounds, adults and youngsters compete for prizes over darts, hoops, and other games of skill. From within cheerful concession stands, servers dole out servings of sweet treats and hot foods. TSSA-certified mechanics stand by at all times, ensuring rides are working safely and not accidentally set to self-destruct.

3221 Eglinton Avenue East
Scarborough,
ON
CA

Kawartha Lakes Trout Farm is a 90-minute drive northeast of Toronto—just close enough to be convenient and just far enough way to feel like a true escape from city life. The tranquil lake is surrounded by verdant trees, making it a lush backdrop for fly fishing, swimming, paddleboating, or ceremoniously summoning the ghost of Bob Ross. Visitors can picnic at tables on the shore, rounding out their meals with items from the snack bar or the smoked trout sold onsite. After a long day of fishing, carousing on the playground, and tossing horseshoes, anglers can retire to their cozy campsite tent.

Kawartha Lakes also offers wintertime ice-fishing adventures, during which guests can keep warm inside a heated hut. The farm additionally hosts ice-skating outings.

112 January Ln
Lindsay,
ON
CA

A chorus of scattering pins fills the air at All Star Interactive, a two-floor complex where guests hurl bowling balls down 24 lanes equipped with automatic scoring. A casual atmosphere awaits downstairs, where guests can compete in classic bowling or cosmic bowling. Upstairs, the Danforth Suite houses 12 private lanes amid dark leather lounge chairs and sofas, large-screen TVs, a full-service bar, and commissioned Canadian art illuminated by pendant lights. The upscale alleyway hosts private parties, corporate events, league games, and seminars on what to do if you encounter a bowling ball in the wild. And while bowling is clearly All Star Interactive's main draw, it's far from its only attraction. Guests can also square off in games of billiards and dine on a menu of classic grill fare.

2791 Eglinton Ave. E
Scarborough,
ON
CA