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Ontario Science Centre was commissioned by the Ontario Government in 1964. Raymond Moriyama, an architect from Toronto, designed Ontario Science Centre and on September 27, 1969 it was officially opened.

Ontario Science Centre hosts permanent and temporary exhibitions. Some of the most popular areas are - The Science Arcade, The Living Earth, The Human Body, The Space hall. The cool thing is that the visitor can interact with most of the exhibits, touch things to see what will happen and trigger action.

The IMAX® Dome theatre opened in 1996 at the OSC and hosts spectacular presentations ever since. It features six-channel sound produced by 44 speakers and screen 4500 bigger than a TV.

In 2003 KidSpark, the area for children eight and under, opened and because of the great popularity was doubled in size in 2005. It features Water play area, Music instruments and Perform in a studio area. It is an amazing experience for the young minds and kids love to go there again and again.

Where is Ontario Science Centre: 770 Don Mills Road, M3C 1T3

How to get to Ontario Science Centre: Subway Yonge-University-Spadina to Eglinton Station, then transfer to Bus route 34 Eglinton East and get off at Don Mills Road. Then walk south for 3 minutes.

Opening hours: Daily from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

For more information on current events visit the Ontario Science Centre web site.
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