Ontario Science Centre, Toronto
About Ontario Science Centre, Toronto
Ontario Science Centre, Toronto - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 770 Don Mills Rd, Toronto, ON M3C 1T3, Canada
Ticket Price: 22 USD
Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
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The Science Museum in Toronto called the Ontario Science centre is a wonderful and interactive place to learn more about science whether you are a child or an adult. The awesome displays and activities are designed to increase curiosity and encourage questioning.
It isn’t the kind of museum that you walk around and where you just look at or read the displays. This is a hands-on museum where you get to touch, see and sometimes make science work. There are a lot of activities already to do and a lot can be arranged if you plan to take a huge group. The displays are incredibly vast and varied. There is a Planetarium, an experimental radio station, caves, bird exhibits and a whole lot more. This place is sure to engage kids and grownups for hours together. With so much to touch, taste, feel, make, observe and do, this place is certainly a very unique must visit spot in Toronto.
Ontario Science Centre Information
- The place is completely Wheelchair accessible.
Ontario Science Centre Ticket Prices
- Given are ticket rates for Science Centre only for adults.
- Adults(18-64): 22 CAD
- Youth(13-17), Students and Seniors(65+): 16 CAD
- Child(3-12): 13 CAD
- Infant(2 & under): Free
- Parking: 10 CAD
- For combo tickets and IMAX prices please refer official website.
How To reach Ontario Science Centre by Public Transport
- By Bus: Buses 25, 185 and 325 stops at Don Mills Rd at St Dennis Dr (Ontario Science Centre) bus station.
- By renting or hiring a car/taxi.
Restaurants Near Ontario Science Centre
- The Lobby cafe
- The Terrace grill
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Ontario Science Centre, Toronto Reviews - Write a Review
Our group of 10 ranged between 15 months and 38 years old and absolutely all of us had an awesome time! The staff were super friendly, helpful and entertained us with magic tricks. The exhibits and activities were all in excellent repair and tidy. Our only complaints were that we would have liked to stay longer than the hours of Operation allowed and that the food selection was pretty bare bones. That said we will certainly be back as the kids are already excitedly discussing the things they will do next time.
Great place for kids and families. Some stuff can be fixed up and the food prices are quiet high. Other than that though, it is a good place for an outing and the whole family will find something interesting and new to learn.
Great place to bring children! If your children are interested in science, this is a great place to be! You can try hands-on science! The parking is $10 and there are tons of spots. The many levels to explore but you can get to everything within a few hours. There are memberships available but I personally don’t recommend them because it does get boring after a few visits. There is an IMAX Dome by Shoppers Drug Mart in here to.
Great place. Clean. Lots of variety. You kind of get the feeling that this place had lots of funding 10 years ago but not so much anymore. Many other reviewers are saying that it's dated, but I have seen worse. The place is bigger than my love for Jessica Alba. I really liked the outdoor area, and the kids play areas. Note that there are two of them! be prepared to pay $10 for parking. It did seem to get a little spooky as you descend further and further down. Most of the lights are turned off down there too.
Fantastic museum with more to do than can be done. We even had a lot of fun outside doing a cell phone sponsored VR experience. The museum covers a lot of ground and has good kid friendly touchable exhibits that are in pretty good condition. it's also fun that it's under ground and you work you're way up. They have an IMAX, but we didn't do it. There was plenty to do in the museum without the add-on experience. They also have very reasonable entry fees.
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