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Road trip – Ontario Science Centre

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Road trip – Ontario Science Centre

ontario science centreForty years after it was established as one of the world’s first interactive science museums, the Ontario Science Centre recently celebrated its 40th anniversary. Created as a Centennial project – the official name is the “Centennial Centre of Science and Technology” – the Ontario Science Centre was a pioneer in creating experiences that made science accessible.

Since its opening September 26, 1969, the Science Centre has attracted over 40 million visitors from around the world and is one of Canada’s most visited attractions. I was there last week. It’s worth a trip, for sure.

Where: 770 Don Mills Road, Toronto

When: Open 364 days a year (closed Xmas)

Time: 10:00am-5:00pm

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