ROYAL ONTARIO MUSEUM
100 Queen’s Park, Toronto, ON M5S 2C6 Directions
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Royal Ontario Museum has over 30 exhibits displaying a collection of world-class art, culture, and nature. It is the largest museum and home to a world-class collection of over six million artifacts and exhibits, housed in 40 exhibition and gallery spaces. The ROM has a limited number of free open manual wheelchairs at coat search. Museum provides an impressive variety of activities-based services inspired by its world-class museum's collections and research. It even affords free admission.
Price: Adult $23, Child (4-14) $14, Senior (65+) $18, Student (With Valid Student card) $18 & Youth (15-19) $18
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361A Old Finch Avenue, Toronto, ON M1B 5K7 Directions
Birthday Parties, Conservation, Splash Island, Giant Panda Cubs, Aldabra Tortoise, Outdoor Activities, Outreach Opportunities, Animals and Plants, Camps, Educational and School Programs, Group Bookings, Wildlife Health Centre, Giraffe House, Exhibitions, Events, Wild Walk, Gift Shops & Collections
Toronto Zoo was established in 1974, and it has 10 km of walking trails and more than 5,000 animals that represent more than 450 species. Tourists can experience the feedings of animals (which may include feeding prey items), breeding activities. Last year, approximately 1.3 million tourists visited and an average of 1,000 to 10,000 tourists every day. They have other facilities for disabled visitors, including accessible parking spaces, wheelchair accessible pavilions, and free rentals of wheelchairs. It affords free admission for toddlers 2 & under.
Price: General Admission (Ages 13-64) $29 ($25.66 + $3.34 HST)
Senior (Ages 65+) $24 ($21.24 + $2.76 HST)
Child (Ages 3-12) $19 ($16.81 + $2.19 HST)
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RIPLEY'S AQUARIUM OF CANADA
288 Bremner Boulevard, Toronto, ON M5V 3L9 Directions
Sea Scholars Sponsorship, Day Camps, Aquarium, Galleries, Dive Shows & Aquarist Talks, Stingray Experience, Camps and Clubs, Adult Classes, Ocean Explorers Club, Discovery Dive, Educational Programs, Fri Night Jazz, Groups Events, Field Trips, Conservation, Teacher Resources & Birthday Parties
Ripley's Aquarium of Canada was established in 2013. The Aquarium boasts the most significant underwater viewing tunnel in North America, with over 5.7 million liters of water and more than 100 immersive opportunities. With 20,000 animals, 450 species, and more than 100 digital exhibits, it conducts exhibits, aquarist lectures, and regular live shows. Their goal is to provide an aquatic life facility of top quality, world-class, that will promote environmental education, conservation, and science. They also offer a wide range of quality environmental education programs for students and visitors of all ages that will improve their visiting experience.
Price: Adult (14+) $33, Youth (6-13) $23
Child (3-5) $10 & Senior (65+) $23