When it comes to cannabis, there’s no one size fits all with different strains having varying effects. While some strains fuel creativity, others may put you to sleep, make you a couch potato or energize you to get outside and explore. While we’ve already created a list of things to watch when you’re in more of a potato mood, we wanted to compile a list for when adventure strikes too. If you live in and around Toronto here are the 8 best activities to do after smoking.

1. Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada

There’s nothing like smoking and exploring the marine life at the Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada. The colours and sights will be sure to amuse you while also teaching you something new about life under the sea. Go during the week if you can to really experience some one-on-one time with the fish, sharks and jellies and get ready to be mesmerized.

Photo from the Ripley’s Aquarium

2. Foot Massage in Chinatown

Sometimes when we smoke, all we want to do is get out of the house but still do something relaxing. And there’s no better way to achieve both those things then through a foot massage in Chinatown. When you’re not in the mood to spend over $100 on a massage, pay a visit to Chinatown and snag a footie for around $30. Take our word on this, these foot massages are incredible and will pair perfectly with a little cannabis.

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3. The AGO

Nothing will fuel your creativity more than a trip to the Art Gallery of Ontario. Spend a few hours strolling through the gallery, allowing yourself to be consumed by the art around you. If you haven’t been to the Yayoi Kusama Mirror exhibit yet, you’re in luck because some of the exhibit still remains at the AGO.

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4. Kensington Market

No neighborhood in Toronto is created more to appeal to a smoker than Kensington Market. The grunge aesthetic of Kensington paired with the amazing food options and vintage stores, will satisfy every sense while high. Check out our guide to Kensington here for a deeper look at the best spots to visit when you’re there.

5. The Royal Ontario Museum

Cannabis can be a great addition to when you’re in the mood for strolling around the city to get more cultured. Pay a visit to the Royal Ontario Museum for a side of culture and education. Smoking cannabis can sometimes help to see things from a different perspective so visiting the ROM can be a great way to pass the time.

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6. Rudy’s

We don’t know about you, but when we smoke, there’s often an urge to consume a really great burger. If you’ve never been to Rudy’s on College before then you’re missing out, because their burgers are next level. Depending on where you live in the city, Rudy’s can also deliver but we suggest going into the store so you get it at its peak.

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