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    Fun hands-on science museum. Younger kids will especially like the room that has ramps for building ball courses, magnatiles, cushions, and a climbing house with a conveyor belt to get “bricks” to the top. We also got to test out a new exhibit where kids could build things with lights, wires, fans, and batteries. Food court across the bridge is handy too. Not very many staff though – our kid fell and got hurt and we had to go all the way back to the main entrance to find someone to help.

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    I give this place 2 stars because its at the waterfront. However, this places doesn’t even come close to the science center in Toronto. First of all, it’s small, only 3 rooms. The first room was just computer monitors with scientific trivia only. Thats right 30 or so monitors that were touch screen thats all.The second room had better and more interesting machines and cool stuff, but was limited.The final room was again just monitors that you and interact with that were so lame and boring.Cost me $16.10, and it was so boring.I really really enjoyed the science center in Toronto, been there around 5 times and it better gets boring. Don’t waste your money here. Finally I got out of this place, and almost committed suicide by jumping into the St. Lawrence river.

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    Brilliant museum. Especially the ‘Science 26’ exhibition. This was listed as a great thing to do in the Children section of our guide book. But I went with 3 other twenty-something’s and we all had an awesome time.

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    Interesting experience

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    Educative, fun…expensive