- Our list of the best things to do in King City, Ontario, features the top 54 nearby activities — including 23 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- King City, Ontario has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Sports & Fitness, Outdoor Places, Adventures, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 3 things to do within the city of King City, Ontario , followed by 51 popular activities in nearby cities, including Brampton, East Gwillimbury, Caledon, Aurora, Innisfil, Alliston, Ajax, Ashburn, Belleville, Buckhorn, Caledonia and Fort Erie
St. Michael the Archangel is a gothic, stone church established in 1827 and built in 1887. As the oldest Roman Catholic Church in Ontario, the church was destroyed by a fire in 1904, but immediately rebuilt and opened the same year.
Home of the CHL's Brampton Beast, the multi-purpose arena features purple seating, private suites, and club seating. Visitors can access the location's sports hall of fame, which celebrates exceptional Brampton athletes, builders, teams, and veterans.
Hosting both music and comedy events, the Rose Theatre Brampton provides guests with a performances across various genres. The location also hosts a Student Shakespeare Festival for young people interested in the performing arts.
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The Peel Art Gallery Museum & Archive (PAMA) features the works of artists such as David Milne and objects from the 1800s and 1900s. The archival materials include old newspapers and old government records.
Rosey's Trading Post sells apparel, footwear, accessories, and jewelry for men, women, and children. The location also specializes in Native Gifts, which feature bags, purses, knives, and medicine wheels in Native American styles.
Located across from Gage Park and close to the Brampton Rose Theatre, visitors will find gardens at Brampton City Hall. The location hosts a farmer's market every Saturday morning that features both prepared foods and entertainment.
The Great War Flying Museum features a variety of aircraft, old office furniture, machine guns, and flags from the World War I era. The location also includes a replica airfield flight hut meant to mimic that which would have been utilized in France and England during the time period.