We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
An iconic cultural attraction, the Ontario Science Centre is a global leader in lifelong learning, welcoming more than 52 million visitors since opening its doors in 1969. As a convenor of public dialogue on technology, science and society, we...more
All reviews human body imax movie all ages hands on activities great for kids older kids interactive exhibits march break year olds school groups rainy day lots of fun whole family rainforest membership scientists cafeteria
This was part of our Toronto City Pass that we purchased. Took a few subways & busses to get here, but glad we visited (wish it was a little closer to downtown where the rest of the attractions were). It was a little hard to...More
First time visitor. The place is huge, but the exhibits were mostly for you to look at, rather than to play with / experience. Huge number of bill boards, and pictures. Kids would enjoy more if there are things that they can build or experiment....More
The place seems old and outdated. Many of the interactive displays did not work. The animals/fish etc, seem to be in an environment that was not maintained. Stay away if kids annoy you!! The layout ( and map) were confusing!
Only bad things was we did not know about the Planetarium until RIGHT after the last show.
Was a lot of fun, and the grounds were lovely. It would be great in the spring or summer, but we had a great time.
Was crazy busy,...More
We spent all day with our kids at the Ontario Science Centre. The Planetarium (you need to queue to secure a seat) and the Human Body were highlights. All very interactive including the ageing software!
The science center has its own parking lot with a $10 fee. The center is huge, with multiple levels of exhibits. There are discounts for children and seniors. It is child oriented with many hands on activities throughout the center. There are several Imax theater...More
I have visited the ON Science Centre many many times over the years as a young person then with my own children and now with my grandchildren. Generally as an adult I have found the centre noisy and frenetic and hard to learn anything specific...More
We have a 2 and 3 yr old. It was forecasted to rain the whole day so we decided to go science center. We have been to other science centers and this one has a bigger space for little kids to enjoy. We mainly stayed...More
I checked their website and their Accessibility Commitment says "The Ontario Science Centre is committed to welcoming people with disabilities who are accompanied by a service animal on our premises. We will also ensure... More
I checked their website and their Accessibility Commitment says "The Ontario Science Centre is committed to welcoming people with disabilities who are accompanied by a service animal on our premises. We will also ensure that all staff, volunteers and others dealing with the public are properly trained on how to interact with people with disabilities and their service animals".
This bodes well - and is a lot more user-friendly than a lot of our such centres back here in the UK. Happy visit!