10 Things to Do in Whitby That You Shouldn't Miss
Discover the best top things to do in Whitby, Canada including Lynde Shores Conservation Area, Heber Down Conservation Area, Brock Street Brewery, Town Brewery, Iroquois Park Sports Centre, Five Paddles brewery, Station Gallery, Intrepid Park, Hy Hope Farm, Whitby Courthouse Theatre.
1. Lynde Shores Conservation Area
4.5 based on 231 reviews
Reviewed By Lori C
Nature at its finest
Such a great place to experience nature. We saw an owl, a buck and a herd of deer. Not to mention a group of wild turkeys. The chickadees ate from our hands /mittens while the woodpeckers sat at a safe distance waiting for their turn. The environment was
2. Heber Down Conservation Area
4.5 based on 123 reviews
Reviewed By annasimshady - Whitby, CanadaWhitby, Canada
As someone who thoroughly enjoys being outside this is an amazing local option for people who enjoy hiking and other outdoor activities. Fairly safe, and all the trails are very well marked. I wouldn't recommend doing some hikes with young children though
3. Brock Street Brewery
4.5 based on 57 reviews
The goal of the Brock St. Brewing Company is simple: Create amazing beers using all natural ingredients, support community events, local sports teams, while at the same time, help restore Whitby's historic downtown. Brock Street Brewing Company is currently open at 1501 Hopkins Street, for sales and samples, and our expansion at the corner of 244 Brock Street South in Whitby will transform the downtown core for generations to come.
Reviewed By tracymF2067TX - Courtice, CanadaCourtice, Canada
This is by far our favourite brewery in Whitby. Cannot wait for their new location to open! Their beer is always cold and refreshing. Staff friendly!Thanks so much for the review! Thanks for stopping by :-)
4. Town Brewery
4.5 based on 9 reviews
Reviewed By Brucet425 - Whitby, CanadaWhitby, Canada
A must for any local craft beer lovers.....Great service, exceptional brew and the snack food delicious and fresh....Town Brewery is a hit and will be on my regular visit list moving forward.....Well down Town Brewery......
5. Iroquois Park Sports Centre
4 based on 46 reviews
Reviewed By ontariomom870 - Toronto, OntarioToronto, Ontario
Good for hockey/skating, swimming; restaurant slow
If you don't this IPSC is great, wait til you travel for hockey/ringette tournaments and see how inferior other community rinks are. With free wifi, 6 ice pads, a pub, pizza place and snack bar the siblings won't mind being dragged to the rink. Outside th
6. Five Paddles brewery
4 based on 16 reviews
Reviewed By jan1015 - WoodstockWoodstock
Stopped in for a quick visit on our way to Kingston. Tried 2 types (Italian and funktastic). Both delicious but different. Staff was exceptionally outgoing, chatty and knowledgeable. Limited seating but very comfortable.No food however we took subway with
7. Station Gallery
4.5 based on 23 reviews
Reviewed By Norma M - Ontario, CanadaOntario, Canada
We checked out this Gallery as we heard it was a really good spot for local art, etc. but were hugely disappointed. Very small and items were nothing great. I would not go back.
8. Intrepid Park
4 based on 5 reviews
Reviewed By JamesA546 - Windsor, CanadaWindsor, Canada
Historically significant site.
If you find the James Bond books or movies intriguing then you might like to visit this place. One could make an argument that this is where it all got started. Intrepid Park is the site of Camp-X, a secretive military training site during the Second Worl
9. Hy Hope Farm
4.5 based on 103 reviews
Reviewed By 510cristap - Toronto, CanadaToronto, Canada
Great place to shop for fresh bread, local veggies and home-grown apples.
Farm shop with local vegetables, fresh baking, knitting, crafts, honey, eggs, etc. In the summer they have weekend entertainment outside, while enjoying a quick lunch or ice cream.
10. Whitby Courthouse Theatre
5 based on 15 reviews
Whitby Courthouse Theatre is a non-profit community theatre group in. We produce four productions a year in our 160-seat theatre and have earned many awards for our productions. We are always interested in hearing from people who would like to join. If you'd like to try your hand at acting, working backstage, front of house, or even directing, drop us a line.
Reviewed By Drummond89 - Whitby, OntarioWhitby, Ontario
Whitby's Courthouse theatre is just celebrating 60 years of continuous functioning with drama, comedies, and musicals. Many great productions emerging from the talent and artistry of our town. The setting is the 160 year old Ontario County Courthouse wher