Family fun in Vaughan, this spring, can’t get any easier. SpringHill Suites by Marriott Toronto Vaughan has teamed up with Dave & Buster’s Vaughan to bring you the Family Fun Package, which includes two $20 Dave and Buster’s Power Cards for tons of fun in the midway arcade. Stretch those $40 in Power Cards further with a mid-week staycation, doubling your fun thanks to their half price games special at the midway every Wednesday. Did I mention that Dave & Buster’s is also a Sports Bar and Restaurant, complete with kid’s menus? So, plan your visit around lunch or dinner for happy bellies and happy faces! The Family Fun package also includes a hot and cold buffet breakfast so that’s another meal you won’t have to think about.
You might be surprised to learn that Vaughan is home to a number of other family fun attractions, most notably Canada’s Wonderland, which reopens for the season on April 30th. For more indoor fun, there’s Putting Edge Vaughan, with glow-in-the-dark miniature golf and more arcade fun; Sky Zone Vaughan, an indoor trampoline park with fun for the whole family; Aspire Climbing Vaughan, offering a unique blend of indoor rock climbing and ninja warrior under one roof, and of course, Legoland Discovery Centre Toronto, located inside Vaughan Mills Shopping Centre. We would remiss if we failed to mention that Vaughan is also home to Reptilia Vaughan, Canada’s flagship, premiere reptile zoo facility with 25,000 square feet of indoor exhibits and over 250 species of reptiles, amphibians, and arachnids from all around the world. Now all you need to decide is where to get started!
For dining options, you’ll also find an abundance of great restaurants in Vaughan – from the simplicity of fast-food dining to the elegance of fine dining. Start your search on VisitVaughan.ca. And for a sweet treat, add a stop at Chocolate Favoris or Old Firehall Confectionery (Kleinburg). You won’t be disappointed!
And once you’re done, be sure to save your hotel receipt, as 2022 is the year of the Ontario Staycation Tax Credit. Ontario residents can claim 20% of their eligible 2022 accommodation expenses, to get back up to $400 as a family.