Toronto goes to the dogs every November for the annual Woofstock Festival, which may be a truly memorable experience for any traveling fan of man’s best friend. Travel News, Family Travel, Canada, Toronto, dogs, Woofstock, Festival, dance party, food, St. Lawrence Market, high tea, celebrity, Casa Loma, wine cellar
Toronto goes to the dogs every November for the annual Woofstock Festival, which may be a truly memorable experience for any traveling fan of man’s best friend.
Said to be the largest doggie gathering on the continent, Woofstock packs two days worth of dog-centered activities and events into one wild week full of tail wagging fun. For example, there is a dance party with the pets and their owners, plus food samplings for both dogs and their keepers throughout Toronto’s St. Lawrence Market neighborhood.
The high tea event might be one of the most hilarious events of the festival. More than 60 dogs will be dressed to match their supposed celebrity look-alikes and are rewarded with extra love and delicious treats made by superior chefs.
Toronto in general always has fun things to do and see for travelers year-round. According to Frommer’s, the castle-like structure called Casa Loma is a must-see when visiting this vibrant city. Built in the 1900s, it boasts unbelievable details, from the massive wine cellar to the mahogany wood and tiled stables.
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