Interact with exhibits at Ontario Science Centre, opened in 1969 and designed to naturally descend into and follow the contours of the Don River ravine. Get hands-on with over 800 displays sprawled across three main pavilions. Kids can learn about science by playing games and attending daily demonstrations. Catering to the entire family, the museum also features a planetarium and a dome theater, as well as many exhibits offering insight into biology, space travel, and technological innovations. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Ontario Science Centre and many more Toronto attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Toronto trip itinerary planner.
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It was a fun place to go with your family. Very informative and at the same time, kids will enjoy your stay for the whole day with lots of activities to do.
It was a fun place to go with your family. Very informative and at the same time, kids will enjoy your stay for the whole day with lots of activities to do. more »
what fun for the whole family. Many different activities on many subjects!!! Lots of walking...and lots to do ! Hands on & experiential. You need the day to really see it all. have been several...
what fun for the whole family. Many different activities on many subjects!!! Lots of walking...and lots to do ! Hands on & experiential. You need the day to really see it all. have been several... more »
Our kids loved Science World - lots of great exhibits and fun for the whole family. We really enjoyed it! The staff were also very friendly and helpful. Budget about 2hrs there and bring your own snacks as there aren't that much food options. If you're travelling from another province and have a science centre membership already make sure you take advantage of the reciprocal science centre memberships. We have a membership with Ontario Science Centre and was able to get free admission!
A great place for children and teens. Some of the exhibits are older, but they always add new things. The entire facility is in multiple levels, but elevators make it accessible to wheelchairs or strollers. They have a dedicated area to children under 8 as well. Construction is scheduled to start on the bridge, so a shuttle bus to the rear entrance is currently in effect
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