The Ontario Science Centre in Toronto is a great place to go, it is full of great exhibits. Some of the things you will see at the science center have to do with music, social diversity, sound, space, and electricity.

There are several demonstrations to see and participate in. One of the most famous demonstrations is on electricity. This is the most popular one because participants are given an opportunity to touch the giant ball at the end of a large Van de Graaff generator, which can make your hair stand on end through static electricity.  

After you visit all the exhibits you may chose to go see a film in the IMAX Theatre. The IMAX screen stretches from the very top of the room to the very bottom, and from the far left to the far right. It is a curved screen to help make it look like the images are 3D.

The Ontario Science Centre lets children have fun and learn at the same time, but it is also a great place for adults of all ages to lean something new. Like they say, “it’s good to learn something new every day".

Hours:  Open 10 am to 4 pm, Mon-Fri,  10 am to 5 pm weekends  (Closed on Dec. 25)

Location:   770 Don Mills Road at the corner of Eglinton Avenue East & Don Mills Road.

For directions to the Ontario Science Centre, click HERE

To visit the Ontario Science Centre Website, click HERE