Toronto

Come from Away Getaway
and more Spring Fun with Badder Bus
and Take a Break Travel

When you just need to get away, Come from Away, and other springtime adventures are waiting for you! While the spring weather in Ontario may feel late, we’re certain the warmth is just around the corner. And there are countless ways to enjoy the season and build new memories. These 5 springtime journeys are just a few of our favourites:

Come From Away at the Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto
Come From Away has returned to the Royal Alexandra Theatre. Boasting overwhelming demand after sold-out performances, this heartwarming, true story is sure to bring laughter, excitement, and pure emotion. Set in a small, Canadian town where the locals showed compassion for travellers in the wake of 9/11, this musical is full of generosity and guaranteed not to leave a dry eye.

Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada
Kick off your Toronto adventure at the CF Eaton Centre. Enjoy lunch and shopping at over 150 stores in this popular mall. Then, discover 15,000 amazing aquatic creatures at the Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada. The aquarium is home to North America’s longest underwater viewing tunnel, nine stunning galleries, and aquatic environments ranging from the Great Lakes to Australia, from fresh to saltwater.

Spring Excursions to Niagara
There’s so much to experience in Niagara region. In addition to the majestic, Canadian Horseshoe Falls, enjoy many local attractions like the Butterfly Conservatory, Neob Lavender essential oil distillery, shopping at the outlet mall, or beautiful Niagara-on-the-Lake. Many attractions in the springtime are bursting with gardens full of colour and lush greenery. Celebrate Spring in the Niagara Region.

Blue Jays Baseball
Enjoy this journey to see the Blue Jays at the Rogers Centre with field level bases tickets. Transportation to and from the game is sure to take the stress off of city driving and even allow for a game bevvie. Take me out to this ball game!

Underground Railroad Excursion – Uncle Tom’s Cabin and Buxton National Historic Site
Perfect for the history buff, this heritage outing is jam-packed with astonishing stories and contemplative sites. Learn the life story of one of history’s most famous black slaves, Rev. Josiah Henson. Then visit the Buxton National Historic Site where many structures were built by former slaves.

Make new memories this springtime. Get on board with Badder Bus and Take a Break Travel to experience marine life, Niagara region, baseball, Royal Alexandra Theatre’s Come from Away, history and more.

Tours and trips sell quickly and may not be available at all times. But with more than 100 destinations, an exciting spring adventure waits for you. To book your spring getaway, contact Take a Break Travel Inc. at www.takeabreak.com or (519)-858-9985.