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Medieval Times

10 Dufferin St., Toronto, ON

Experience the excitement at Medieval Times! We have up to 3 shows daily! Witness the beautiful pageantry and the heart-pounding action of our medieval tournament all while eating a four course feast fit for royalty! Conditions apply, see website for details.

The Hockey Hall of Fame

Brookfield Place, 30 Yonge Street, Toronto

Celebrate 125 years of hockey's greatest treasure - the Stanley Cup! Get your family photo with hockey’s Holy Grail and explore cherished artifacts paying tribute to Lord Stanley’s gift to the game. Try your hand at goaltending, shooting, play-by-play calling, and even hosting your own sports broadcast.

Quantum: The Exhibition at the Science Centre!

August 27- January 6, 2019

Ontario Science Centre
770 Don Mills Road TO

Delve into the realm of the subatomic, where particles, forces and  fields reign supreme. Deepen your understanding of quantum mechanics as  you learn about superposition, entanglement and uncertainty. Discover  that things at the subatomic level behave very differently from those at  the macroscopic level, defying our human-scale intuition.

Solar Observing at Ontario Science Centre

Running until December 22, 2018

Ontario Science Centre

Safely observe the sun with specially filtered telescopes. Learn about  our nearest star and try your eye at spotting exotic surface features,  including sunspots, spicules and prominences. This program is offered by  members of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada. 

Spiders: Fear & Fascination at the ROM

Running until January 6th 2019

Royal Ontario Musuem

Explore the unknown mysteries  of one the planet's most successful animals. Spiders takes visitors into  the hunting, burrowing and weaving world of spiders, whose arachnid  origins extend back to a time long before dinosaurs.

Developed by the Australian Museum and toured internationally by  Flying Fish, the exhibition combines virtual and real experiences to  highlight the extraordinary diversity of spiders.

Visitors will come face-to-face with hundreds of live and dry spider  and non-spider arachnid specimens, from tarantulas and scorpions to  centipedes, redbacks, and the notorious western black widow spider.

ROM's Dinosaur Gallery

Running until December 15, 2020

Royal Ontario Museum
100 Queen's Park Toronto, ON

Stand in the shadow of mighty T. rex… or underneath Gordo, the enormous Barosaurus… or beside our famous hadrosaur Parasaurolophus.  No matter what the first stop on your dinosaur journey will be, you'll  enter a gallery showcasing one of the world's best collections.

Hundreds of specimens welcome you to a gallery bursting with iconic  and unusual dinosaurs, fossilized plants, insects and marine life. At  the time dinosaurs lived, they shared the planet with other life on  land, in the sea and in the air. Trace the development, relationships  and legacy of all creatures that lived during the Age of Dinosaurs.

Scientastic Saturdays at Explorum

 September 2018- December 2018

One-of-a-kind program: science experiments in French (and a bit of English) for your children!

A series of 6-week sessions in North York throughout the school year.

90-minute workshops presented in a well-equipped science lab at La  Citadelle where students have their own workspace and they can carry out  their own experiments.

5- to 8-year-olds could make a liquid rainbow, concoct gooey slime, or build planets and much more.

9- to 12-year olds could explore the principle of a catapult, pretend they are astronauts or build their own car among others.