• Image of a young girl gluing construction paper decorations to a wooden insect with the word Play in large type.
  • A boy using a hand cranked drill to create something with the word Create in large type.
  • Two children learn about circuits from a science centre host in a white labcoat with the word Connect in large type.
  • Inventorium logo in mutliple pastel colours with drafting lines around the type to indicate creation. Also includes Ontario 150 logo.
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Extended until May 6

Spark your imagination, roll up your sleeves and get ready to make!

Ideas reign supreme at Inventorium, a hands-on learning space where art and design meld with science, technology, engineering and math. The sky’s the limit when you combine creativity with collaboration and critical thinking.

Buzzing with inspired energy and innovative activity, Inventorium delivers engaging, interactive experiences for all ages and abilities.

Liquefied Realities
Raul Altosaar

Kids Build Cities
Naama Blonder

Digital Waterbottle
Winnie Chen, Priscilla Lee, Yifei Li, Mikayla Seung Hwa Koo

Fleeting Glimpses
Kirk Clyne

Wooden Contemporary Automata
Al Conquergood

Downing Project
Miriana Downing

The Gate
Allyson Glenn

Light Installations
Catherine Hodgson

Jess Holz

Gunpowder Archemy
Dan Jay

Microbial Life
Peggy Muddles

Joel Ong

Little Robot Friends
Ann Poochareon

Trappist Sounds
Matt Russo

The Transmogrifier, Art and Science
Spencer Saunders

Nebojsa & Natasa

Emily Sweet

Jude Abu Zaineh

Rainmaking on Mars
Betty Zhang

  • Join the IT crowd by learning about simple logic sequences with a basic bot, programming an Arduino controller and exploring exhilarating environments in immersive virtual reality.
  • Add your data to current research studies through play-based interactions (ages 6 to 16) and contribute to citizen science research projects on fossils and cyclones.
  • Sharpen your problem-solving skills as you create a chain reaction machine from scratch and set it in motion.
  • Learn how laser beams etch and cut digital designs into plywood, acrylic and even coffee beans while you sip locally-roasted coffee or locally-sourced tea. Have an idea for a custom laser-cut project? Enlist The Maker Bean team to bring it to life before your eyes!*
  • Use cardboard specially laser cut by STEAMLabs and your imagination to build a robot with movable parts – and take it home.

  • Use your imagination to think up ingenious, fantastical, funny or perfectly practical robots. Professional makers turn the most innovative robot ideas into reality for amazing Little Inventor exhibitions – one just might be yours!
  • Check out The Gorilla Store, a new retail experience from the people behind Queen St. West’s Active Surplus Store, offering items, advice and kits to bring the Inventorium experience home with you.

Where will your creativity take you?

Inventorium is included with general admission.

*Coffee, tea and custom projects are not included with general admission. Member discount applies.

People using the Act. React. Interract space to combine tubes, pipes and other pieces to create a pathway for a ball.
A large globular structure with multiple levels to grow small plants on bathed in a pinkish light.

Procter & Gamble Great Hall
Level 2



Supporting Sponsor:

Samsung corporate logo

Ontario 150 logo with the Os in Ontario extending down and containing the 150.

Media Partner:

Toronto Star logo with the words on a blue background and in all caps.