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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The AstraZeneca Human Edge

The AstraZeneca Human Edge logo

An exhibit hall that explores all the wonders and possibilities of the human body.

Over 80 exhibits covering five dynamic themes:

     In the Beginning
     Mind and Body Limits
     Personal Limits
     Pushing Past the Limits
     Outer Limits 

Plunge into the mind of a freediver to explore the respiratory system, put yourself in the role of a climber on the climbing wall, and test your own personal limits as you run, row and dance your way through The AstraZeneca Human Edge. Discover stories of athletes, adventure seekers, extreme sports enthusiasts and others who have broken through barriers of what was once thought humanly possible.

The AstraZeneca Human Edge is an exhibit hall created by the Ontario Science Centre. We collaborated extensively with leading experts from a wide range of fields, including neuroscience, physiology, bio-mechanics and sports medicine to develop over 80 active and immersive experiences where visitors can learn about their own amazing bodies.

The AstraZeneca Human Edge
Level 6

Cascade Award
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  • Ontario Science Centre Receives the CASCADE Award!

    CASCADE Award logoThe Ontario Science Centre received the 2014 award for “Best Exhibit or Show - Large Institution” from the Canadian Association of Science Centres for the new exhibit hall
    The AstraZeneca Human Edge.  This award is presented annually for the best permanent, temporary or travelling exhibition or large multimedia, live presentation or planetarium show.