The Ontario Science Centre has been a fun part of Toronto’s history for several years. Many of the exhibitions change as technology advances, but one thing has always stayed the same: the Ontario Science Centre’s commitment to making learning fun. This definitely isn’t your average museum!
Just outside the Weston Family Innovative Centre, where media tools and innovative activities like ‘So You Think You Can Fly’ encourage visitors to experiment.
Crowds gather around an art installation called ‘Cloud’, by David Rokeby, in collaboration with Michael Awad.
The Human Edge, presented by AstraZeneca, looks at the human body in a whole new way. There are over 80 exhibits to visit within The Human Edge.
There’s something for everyone at the Ontario Science Centre, from technology to nature.
This climbing wall is part of The Human Edge exhibition. Nearby there is a decision making maze where visitors travel through and make the same decisions as climbers through an interactive game.
Inside the Weston Family Innovative Centre, Ontario Science Centre staff present all sorts of cool stuff.
The Ontario Science Centre isn’t your average museum. Here visitors are almost always encouraged to touch the exhibits.
A look inside the Sultans of Science exhibition, on display until June 7. This exhibition walks visitors through scientific and technological advancements as well as the discoveries made during the Golden Age of Islamic Science.
A look inside an exhibit from the Sultans of Science.
Sesame Street Presents: The Body is a special kids exhibition at the Ontario Science Centre, on display until May 5. You can visit the interactive exhibits to learn about your insides, your outsides, and how to stay healthy!
A look inside “Elmo’s World,” one of fun exhibits from Sesame Street Presents: The Body.
The Challenge Zone, inside the Weston Family Innovative Centre.
Kids gather around an exhibit at the Ontario Science Centre.
An adult and children learn together in an interactive exhibit.
Two children play and learn in an exhibit at the Ontario Science Centre.
The exhibition A Question of Truth questions the way people think about one another. It challenges our prejudices and beliefs and the ways they can affect science.
The Music Studio at KidSpark, where kids can play on stage and see themselves performing on a large screen.
This exhibit within KidSpark, Build Your Own Coaster, is a fun and interactive way to learn how things move when they’re pushed and pulled or when their tracks are changed.
A plane is suspended above visitors inside the Ontario Science Centre.
MEET THE PHOTOGRAPHER: CARLOS BOLIVAR
Colombian photographer based in Toronto, started with analog Photography in 2003, then jumping to the digital world in 2005. His photographic areas are mainly street, landscapes, portrait and beauty.