Awesome Activities Around Yonge & Eglinton

It’s not too shabby up near Yonge and Eglinton these days. There are so many great cafes on Yonge Street with huge selections of organic roast beans and some really cute places to get bubble tea. Not only does this area have some of the best shops, bars, and restaurants in Toronto, but it’s also got some of the best activities in the city. If you’ve already been to the Duke of Kent on Yonge Street, already checked out the Cineplex, and already been for a bracing morning run through Sherwood Park, we’ve got some suggestions for you.

#1 – Ultra Violet Pole Fitness

Take in an unconventional workout at Ultra Violet Pole Fitness on Eglinton Avenue. There are so many new trends in fitness today that combine fun activities with serious cardio, and pole dancing is no exception. Ultra Violet is serious about pole dancing and, unlike other pole fitness studios, it’s all they offer. Here you can be sure you’re learning from dedicated pole dancing instructors.

You can drop-in for a beginner class or purchase a five, ten, or fifteen-class pass. Ultra Violet promotes healthy body image and makes their classes suitable for people of different fitness backgrounds. Enjoy your favorite tunes and work those muscles.

#2 – Sky Zone Trampoline Park – Toronto

Get out there and let off some steam! Just a little east of Yonge and Eglinton, near Thorncliffe Park, you’ll find Sky Zone Trampoline Park Toronto, your nearest trampoline park, where you can have a blast playing a game of trampoline dodgeball. Here you can book yourself a game of trampoline dodgeball in 60-, 90-, or 120-minute intervals. Group bookings require at least 15 people, however, so this is one to save for special occasions.

If you want to include trampolining in your monthly routine, check out their Skyrobics classes. Or, for an unconventional night out, you can join their glow-in-the-dark jumping party every Friday night, fully customized to give you a blast. You’ll jump right into party mode, with a live DJ and great glowing accessories.

#3- Chocolate Tales

There are many shops and restaurants in Yonge and Eglinton with great selection of sweets and candies, but for the authentic experience, you might want to try doing it yourself. At Chocolate Tales they offer few pretty sweet options for chocolate making classes. These classes are also a nice choice for bridal or birthday parties, bachelors or bachelorettes. What is great about this place is the quality of their ingredients. All the chocolate is Belgian, nut free, and can be gluten free on demand. Their truffle making workshop will teach you how to use molds, how to prepare the filling, even how to decorate those sweet little delights—all before eating them, of course!

Most of the classes are taught out of The Mad Bean on Eglinton near Avenue Road, but note these chocolate mavens will come to you if you book a private party. You can learn to make truffles in your own home!

Every neighborhood has its own magical places. The magic at Yonge and Eglinton can be found inside its darling shops, in its many parks, at your favorite restaurant, and in its many fun activities. If you are looking for things to do in Yonge and Eglinton, we’re sure you’ll find something to your taste, whether that is to satisfy your taste buds, try a new dance, or to free your inner child on the trampolines.

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