Casa Loma unwraps a winter wonderland of seasonal festivities

Celebrate holiday enchantment for all ages with Christmas at the Castle and Holiday Light Tour programs

Toronto ON. Liberty Entertainment Group is pleased to unveil its upcoming festive holiday season schedule, with the launch of its Christmas at the Castle and the Holiday Light Tour events at Toronto’s fabled destination and venue, Casa Loma. The program kicks off November 25th and runs until December 30th including Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Boxing Day. The seasonal experience is dramatically enhanced this year with both an indoor daytime program, and an evening offering featuring a dazzling lighting display and an outdoor adventure through the historic gardens, walkways, and tunnels of the property. Tickets go on sale November 8th at

A Christmas at the Castle to remember

Visitors will be surrounded by magic throughout the castle interior, resplendent with festive décor including a 40ft tall tree in the Great Hall, and a stunning collection of other signature holiday trees decorated by renowned Canadian designers. Younger guests will thrill to visit Santa in his castle workshop and visit with live holiday mascots, and more. The program runs daily from 9:30 AM, with last admission at 4:00 PM.

The Holiday Light Tour, designed as a self-guided outdoor walk, invites guests to stroll through the grounds at their own pace to explore the seasonal delight of Casa Loma by night. Visitors may enjoy spectacular decorations and colourful outdoor displays designed to wow visitors of every age while wandering through the dazzling lighting display in the gardens. The program runs:

November 25 – December 12 – 6pm, last admission at 9pm. *Closed Nov 29/30 + Dec 6/7

December 13 – December 30 – 5pm, last admission at 10pm.

“We are excited to welcome everyone to enjoy the enchantment of the holidays with us at the castle, with our enhanced seasonal program this year,” said Nick Di Donato, president & CEO, Liberty Group. “There is no other destination like Casa Loma in the winter, with its dramatic and picturesque property and majestic, historic interior. We’ve created a magical wonderland as an immersive experience for all ages and invite guests to enjoy the fantasy of the most wondrous time of the year.”

Again, this year Casa Loma will host a toy drop off for the CP24 CHUM Christmas Wish with one dollar from each adult admission during Christmas at the Castle donated to the CP24 CHUM Christmas Wish Foundation. For more information visit

Christmas at the Castle Tickets

November 25th – Dec 12th

Adults (18 – 64)$30
Seniors (65+) or Youth (14 – 17)$25
Children (4 – 13)$20


December 13th – 30th

Adults (18 – 64)$35
Seniors (65+) or Youth (14 – 17)$30
Children (4 – 13)$25

Ages three years and under are free


Holiday Light Tour Tickets

General Admission


December 13th – 30th

November 25th – Dec 12th$40 online / $45 onsite
December 13th – 30th$45 online / $50 onsite


VIP Packages (Admits two; includes VIP entrance and holiday refreshments)

November 25th – Dec 12th$125
December 13th – 30th$150

Tickets are on sale as of November 8 at

Safety protocols in place

All persons (staff and guests) entering or remaining on the premises shall wear a mask or face covering which covers the nose, mouth and chin as required under City of Toronto by-law no. 541-2020. Guests must follow social/physical distancing guidelines carefully, maintaining two metres (6 feet) of space from others. Family members and others (a “family unit”) who live in the same household can be closer together. This applies throughout the attraction including in queue lines, in exhibits, and restrooms. Guests must complete a screening questionnaire upon arrival and ticket purchaser’s contact information will be kept for 30 days for contact tracing.

About Casa Loma

Casa Loma is one of Toronto’s top tourist attractions and hospitality venues. Each year over 650,000 visitors tour Casa Loma and the estate gardens. A perfect backdrop for special occasions, the venue also plays host to more than 350 private events annually. The unique architecture has also made it a highly desirable location for film, television, and photo shoots. In addition, Casa Loma plays hosts to several annual productions including Legends of Horror and the successful summer series, Soul in the City, Symphony in the Gardens, and Comedy at the Castle. The venue is also home to the Casa Loma Escape Series which features five unique Escape Games, all themed around the history of the Castle.

Completed in 1914, it took three hundred men nearly three years to complete the almost 200,000 square foot castle. Situated on five acres, it was once the largest private residence in Canada, with ninety-eight rooms designed by architect EJ Lennox, featuring secret passageways, elaborately decorated rooms with authentic period furnishings and breathtaking views of the Toronto skyline from its towers. For more information visit and on TwitterInstagram and Facebook @CasaLomaToronto.

About Liberty Entertainment Group

For over three decades the Liberty Entertainment Group, led by Nick Di Donato, has been redefining Toronto and Miami’s restaurant, nightlife, and special event experience. As developers and operators of landmark establishments the Liberty Entertainment Group has become recognized as one of the most successful and innovative companies in the industry. The company continues to gain success and acknowledgment for its impressive roster of unique venues, including Toronto’s premier special event facilities, Casa Loma, and Liberty Grand Entertainment Complex. The company is also responsible for the development of Toronto’s most prolific restaurants including BlueBlood Steakhouse, Don Alfonso 1890, Xango, three Cibo Wine Bar locations (King West, Yonge St and Yorkville) as well as the city’s most vibrant nightlife venue, Arcane. In addition, Liberty Entertainment Group operates the Coral Gables Country Club in Coral Gables, Florida. With over 500,000 square feet of hospitality space, the Liberty Entertainment Group caters to a diverse clientele of upwards of 1.75 million people per year including A list celebrities, sports personalities, and industry leaders. Visit