The Ontario Science Centre is located south of Eglinton Ave. E and Don Mills road in Toronto. It was built in during 1960's as a gift for Canada's centennial birthday. The Ontario Science Centre backs out onto the Don Valley and its structure was built around the existing wildlife in the ravine.
There are over 800 exhibits in 13 halls at the Science Centre with a hands-on theme. They range in subjects from kinetics, physics & biology to health, life, ecology, space and music.
The best part about the Science Centre used to be the Science Arcade, but now that I'm older its just overrun with kids.

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