After all the fireworks and parties you can spend New Year’s Day at a gallery or one of our many tourist attractions or go shopping.  BlogTO has complied a great list of what is opened and closed January 1st.

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Making New Year's Eve plans for tomorrow? Join thousands at @npstoronto for an unforgettable night of live musical performances, skating, and spectacular fireworks! 9pm-midnight. This alcohol-free event is open to all! Juggling/fire-eating shows at 8:35pm, 9:30pm & 10:30pm MAIN SCHEDULE: 8:50pm Traditional Welcome by Elder Cat Criger 9pm DJ Skating Party with Nana Zen 10pm Cris Derksen 10:45pm @_nanazen 11:05 pm @zakiibrahim Midnight – FIREWORKS! See details: toronto.ca/newyearseve #NYEatNPS #newyearseve #newyearseveparty #2020 #newyears2020 #newyearsparty #toronto #torontolife #toronto_insta #yyz #the6ix #holidays #holidaysto #thingstodointoronto #torontoevents #torontomusic #holidaylights #iceskating #fireworks #torontocityhall #nathanphillipssquare #holidayseason

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