Ontario Science Centre

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  • Address: 770 Don Mills Rd, Toronto, ON M3C 1T3, Canada
  • Timings: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
  • Phone: 1-4166961000
  • Ticket Price: 22 USD
  • Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Museum, Science Museum, Children Museum, Planetarium , Family And Kids

About Ontario Science Centre, Toronto

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

Science Centre:

  • 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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Things to Know Before Visiting Ontario Science Centre

  • 34.9% of people who visit Toronto include Ontario Science Centre in their plan

  • 75.1% of people start their Ontario Science Centre visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Ontario Science Centre

Thursday, Saturday and Sunday

94.29% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Ontario Science Centre

People normally club together Edwards Gardens and Chinatown while planning their visit to Ontario Science Centre.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

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  • Its a lovely place to bring family and kids to learn and explore about science. Its a multi leveled building showing many exhibits continuously changing so don't miss out! Its a fun and interactive adventure to learn. There are scientist roaming the area, so if you have a science like question they will answer! They also have a cafeteria to buy and eat food in. The parking lot has great space. Finally, large groups or a class can do a separate adventure or even labs with a scientist for a class trip.

  • Great place for young and old. Staff are very good and super helpful and eager to share their knowledge. Even on a slow day you meet people visiting from all over the world. Great exhibits that are changed pretty frequently and some permanent ones mostly for the little ones.

  • Great place to go with the family with lots of interactive displays. There's normally extra exhibits on display and/or special exhibits. Check their website to see what's going on before you go. Some displays need an upgrade as they are starting to look dated and warn out. The best part is talking to the staff in different areas. They are always knowledgeable, friendly, and approachable. The cafeteria area needs a redesign or addition. It is always packed and hard to find a seat. It's like a zoo at times. All the wild animals trying to get their food. Please like the review if you found it helpful. :)

  • Fun filled place for the curious child in everyone. March break they had a robots thing going on. My son loved it very much. In the past, he enjoyed the ROM more. However, as he got older, he is finding the OSC a little more interesting. Especially the art area where the kids get to build things. If the city could get it's transit plans in order and make it easier to get there ... my son would be attending their summer camps!

  • Awesome place. I go to university in the USA and was here on a visit and wanted to check out a place like this. I wish I went earlier in the day because I could have easily spent all day here reading and trying everything. It’s a great balance of things to enjoy at all ages, but I especially appreciated how good the things were for the kids and it was cool to see them really get excited about science and learning. Definitely recommend!

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