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November 2017 Fun in Toronto

Check Out These Top Picks for Fun in November

Gear up for the holiday season this November with Toronto's wide range of fun visitor events and activities. View the full calendar here and check out these top picks for November events this month.

The Toronto Christmas Market - Visit Toronto

Visit a European Christmas Market right in the heart of Toronto. Opening November 16, Toronto’s annual Christmas Market is set in the cobblestone-lined Distillery Historic District and brings together local craftspeople, musicians, and artisanal food-makers for a charming and festive experience. Enjoy mulled wine and holiday treats, browse the selection of hand-made ornaments, wood carvings, and crafts, and take in carolers, brass bands, and authentic European dancers. Admission is free Tuesday through Friday and is $6.00 Friday evenings and weekends.

Vikings: The Exhibition - Royal Ontario Museum

Vikings are coming to the Royal Ontario Museum. On view from November 4, 2017, until April 2, 2018, this brand-new exhibit explores the myths and stereotypes of the ancient Vikings. Learn about the lifestyle, religion, and daily lives of these legendary explorers, artisans, and craftspeople, view this astonishing collection, rarely displayed outside of Scandinavia, and participate in talks, tours, and other special events held throughout the month.

Bat Out of Hell - Ed Mirvish Theatre

Enjoy a night at the theatre at Toronto’s iconic Ed Mirvish Theatre. On stage until December 24, Jim Steinman’s Bat Out of Hell tells the story of young, rebellious leader Strat who falls in love with Raven, the beautiful daughter of the most powerful man in post-apocalyptic Obsidian. Originally written as a musical, Bat Out of Hell went on to become one of the most successful rock-and-roll albums of all time and has now been produced for its original theatrical setting.

NHL Centennial Exhibit - Hockey Hall of Fame

One of Toronto’s premier visitor attractions, the Hockey Hall of Fame showcases the best of Canada’s national sport. The Hall of Fame has unveiled a new exhibit in honor of the centennial of the National Hockey league. The exhibit, which is on view until the beginning of January 2018, is an immersive tribute to one hundred years of NHL hockey, highlighting the most memorable players and moments in league history. Hockey fans can see iconic pieces of hockey memorabilia, including Bobby Orr's infamous knee brace and Jacques Plante's iconic goalie mask.

--  By Ettractions Digital Content Editor EMILY JARMOLOWICZ

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