Toronto is starting to reopen its doors, and we can’t wait to welcome you back. But it’s going to take us a little longer due to our interactive, high-touch exhibits. We’re working on a comprehensive plan to make sure it’s safe when we open our doors again–so thank you for your patience. As soon as we have more details, we’ll share.

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Explore the Science Centre

The Ontario Science Centre, one of Canada's most famous cultural attractions, has been creating engaging and thought-provoking experiences in science and technology for over 45 years.

Visitors of all ages can explore more than 500 interactive experiences in our eight exhibit halls, take in live daily science demonstrations, and view films under Ontario’s only IMAX® Dome theatre. Take a closer look below!

Three young children explore an exhibit on electricity in Canada 150: Discovery Way.

Celebration Way

A view of our IMAX theatre as seen from behind the screen showing how porous the screen actually is.

The Shoppers Drug Mart® OMNIMAX® Theatre

Four young children play in the water table in KidSPark.


A child looks through a magnifying glass at an image of a star field in our Space Hall.


Two people stand in front of a projection of Saturn in our Planetarium.

The Planetarium

Children at pointing at pictures of faces on photoboards in A Question of Truth.

A Question of Truth

Girl bathed in blue light experiences the diving bell exhibit in the AstraZeneca Human Edge

The AstraZeneca Human Edge

Child slides down wooden slide made out of single tree trunk in the Cohon Family Nature Escape.

Cohon Family Nature Escape

Science Centre host makes a presentation while standing next to a model space shuttle.

The HotZone

Children stand on a bridge surrounded by vegetation in our rain forest.

The Living Earth

Child sitting at a driving simulation in our Science Arcade.

Science Arcade

Two boys experiment with materials in the Weston Family Innovation Centre

Weston Family Innovation Centre

Subsection of a large tree trunk from a tree born in 1496 with the growth rings.

Forest Lane

A Science Centre host in safety goggles with a headset microphone on creates a fireball in his hand.


A volunteer weaves on an antique Jacquard loom at the Science Centre.

Volunteer Demos

Two girls watch a large display of tubes filled with bubbles that form the Science Centre logo.

Art Around the Centre

Close up of carvings on the Maple Leaf Forever Tree including turtles, birds and maple leaves.

The Maple Leaf Forever Tree

Click here for our OMNIMAX film schedule.

Click here for our demo and show schedule.