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Ontario Science Centre

The Ontario Science Centre is home to interactive experiences with science and technology to educate and inspire visitors to create a better future for our planet. Built into the slope of the Don Valley --and a great way to commute if you like to ... 

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Graham T
United Kingdom

4 star rating: Recommended
August 2013

The Zoo and Science Museum are a long way off and tricky to get to if you don't have a car.

Doing what: Toronto CityPass

G
USA

4 star rating: Recommended
July 2011

seems ok. for a two day trip, science muesum can be avoided.

Doing what: Toronto CityPass

4 star rating: Recommended
November 2009

The CityPass helped us see much of the Toronto sights. We liked the zoo and the Science Center. The ROM Royal Ontario Museum was fantastic. A new exhibit of the Dead Sea Scrolls had just opened, so we got to see that. We spent so much time in the scrolls exhibit that we did not have much time to see the rest of museum. We will have to return to see the rest of the museum another time. The CN Tower was a great view. The weather throughout our visit was rainy, so we could not see long distances from the top. Also the line to ride to Skypod was too long, so we did not get up as high as we wanted. The glass floor in the observation deck was very neat!

Doing what: Toronto CityPass

Anonymous

Anonymous

4 star rating: Recommended
April 2009

CN Tower is great and the CityPass gets you all the way to the top. You will be at the highest observation platform in the world! The Casa Loma is also great with lots of good Canadian history. The museums could be larger but they are nice to visit. The Science center is really only for children and the zoo is only open with permitting weather. The CityPass is definitely worth the cost and no need to carry around Canadian currency.

Doing what: Toronto CityPass

3 star rating: Worth doing
March 2014

Quite a good value for money but make sure you've at least 1 week free in Toronto to visit all these places. Each site takes you at least half a day to visit. Beautiful places and lots of history, culture, science, city view, etc to look at. The down side is the pass is only valid for 9 days from the first day of the first coupon used. If you're on a short business trip, you don't have many weekends to complete the tours.

Doing what: Toronto CityPass

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