There are thousands of cool things to do in Toronto while you’re stoned – here are our Puff Picks.
1. Trip out at the Museum of Illusions
No matter how stoned you are, the Museum of Illusions will make you feel even higher. Take lots of photos, you’ll be glad you did.
2. Go on an adventure through Chinatown
Think about it, where else in Toronto can you satiate your munchies for about $20 and then karaoke the night away in a private booth? We love desserts from CutiePie Cupcakes & Co. and a session at 8090 KTV?
3. Sit in the park and order grub
Trinity-Bellwoods Park is a beautiful place to chill and watch cherry blossoms bloom, baseball games, dogs frollicking and white squirrels squirrelling. The best part is just about all of your favourite food apps will deliver to the park.
4. Hop on a ferry to the island
Take a day-long staycation in Toronto by heading via ferry to one of the island destinations—Ward’s, Centre Island, or Hanlon’s Point. Or if you’re looking to ride in style – hop on one of Toronto’s infamous Tiki Taxi’s.
5. See some stoner comedy
Puff Mama has been running one of the hottest comedy clubs in Toronto and you can smoke up while you’re there. Even if you don’t like the comedy, you’re still guaranteed to crack up.
6. Get a little more stoned
The HotBox Cafe is a safe space to get a little more stoned and thanks to the return of POTio, you can now do so legally. When you get the munchies, take a walk through Kensington Market.
7. Get lost in Ripley’s Aquarium
Feed your inner child with a trip to the ocean, right in the heart of downtown Toronto. Catch it on the second Friday of every month for live jazz music paired with cash bars located throughout the aquarium.
8. Watch a movie
Preferably a matinee at the Cineplex VIP in Yorkville where you can order anything you want to your ultra comfy theatre seat.
9. Visit the ROM
You have not seen the Royal Ontario Museum until you’ve seen it through stoned eyes and an open mind. Try it, you’ll thank us.
10. Stalk some souls in Toronto’s oldest cemetery
For a taste of Toronto macabre, head to the Toronto Necropolis (dating back to 1850) for over 18.25 grassy acres cradling 50,000 souls resting at peace. Enjoy the stone statues and Gothic-style buildings with stained glass accents while thinking deep thoughts about the afterlife.
11. Watch the sunset from an unassuming perch
On top of the parking garage building on St. Andrew Street (just off Spadina) is one of the best skyline views of the Toronto downtown core. It’s gritty, it’s raw, and it’s perfect for photo ops.