Museums in Ontario
Would you rather…explore a secret bunker, step back in time and experience life as a pioneer, explore caves and mine for gemstones, feast in the 11th century, or enjoy a rodeo at a fun fair?
Can’t decide? You don’t have to – they are ALL in Ontario!
From amazing cities, quaint country towns to incredible wonders of the world (Niagara Falls anyone?) – Ontario is an incredible place to visit with kids!
That secret bunker? Diefenbunker Canadas Cold War Museum was built to protect from attacks and is now a fascinating museum. Experience pioneer life 200 years ago with attractions like Champlain Trails Museum and Lang Pioneer Village Museum. Scenic Caves Nature Adventures can take you deep underground (and also high up in the trees!), and that 11th century feast? Only Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament! King Phillippe awaits!
Then get your kicks at Western Fair with that super fun rodeo!
Snow activities, zoos, farms, museums, indoor play…the list is endless! Ontario? Ontari-GO!
The museum is situated on 4.5 acres of lush parkland. Beachville was the heart of Oxford County and possesses a fascinating history. It houses many interesting artifacts from Mastadon bones, a history of limestone quarries and a baseball display desc....
Award-winning original exhibits, and interactive travelling exhibitions, all to teach families about the history of Grey County!
Uncover treasures at this Toronto based museum - all about SHOES! Explore over 4,500 years of history from around the world - amazing!
Come and explore our three floors full of interactive exhibits, activities and programs that encourage children and their grown-ups to play together and learn together!
Canadian Ski Museum (CSMus) is the history of skiing in Canada. It is a record of people, their stories, activities, achievements and a wealth of fascinating artifacts.
The Famous Ripleys Believe it or not museum is a must see for all the family!
Built to protect the government from nuclear attack, this once-secret bunker is now a museum and National Historic Site of Canada.
The Orillia Museum of Art and History showcases the best of Orillia and Lake Country's culture and history through local and nationally significant exhibitions.
Whether you have only a few minutes or an hour or two, enjoy a delightful visit to the Toronto Police Museum and Discovery Centre.Occupying 3,000 square feet in the atrium at Police Headquarters building, the Museum reflects the rich tradition and hi....
Ontario Science Museum is inspiring place for the whole family! KidSpark is a new space specially designed for kids eight and under to enjoy with their parents or caregivers. Since it opened in fall 2003, KidSpark has proved so popular that visitors ....
Huronia Museum (HM) in Midland, Ontario, Canada consists of the museum building (housing collections and gallery) and the Huron/Ouendat (Wendat) village (palisade and longhouse), is open year round and has nearly one million objects.
Built in 1851, Gibson House was the home of Scottish immigrant David Gibson and his family. He was a land surveyor who helped map early Toronto. Visitors can step back in time and explore this elegant farmhouse. Its serene Georgian-style exterior bel....
Stephen Leacock, Canada's beloved humourist spent his most creative time in what he coined as Lake Simcoe Country. Here in 1928 he built Leacock House, Toronto. The scale and ambience of the plans reflected Leacock's success and prestige as a world ....
A Museum, Historical Society and Archives for Thunder Bay and Northwestern Ontario, Canada
A museum featuring artifacts of the Perth County area. Lists hours of operation, calendar of events, and featured exhibits.
The Museum provides the visitor with an inviting setting to reflect on the history of the area. The building is reminiscent of the original islands cottages and fabulous hotels that were built during the Golden Era.
Kids can explore this historic site in Ontario, first built in 1812, an enjoy fun activities too from trying on costumes, to exploring gunboat wrecks!
Situated in Brockville's historic downtown core, the Brockville Museum features exhibits and artifacts related to Brockville's rich Loyalist history and the city's development as a waterfront community. Changing thematic displays and special events ....
Our exhibits explore how the canoe defines the Canadian character and spirit. Experience a dramatic waterfall upon entering or hear creation stories inside a traditional Mikmaq wigwam. Feel what it was like living as a voyageur during the Fur Trade....
Established in 1895, the Niagara Historical Society is dedicated to understanding the history of Niagara-on-the-Lake. The most important aspect of the work of the Society is the maintenance of the Museum collection which began in 1896 and is one of O....
The City of Niagara Falls Museums are owned by the City of Niagara Falls and operated by the City of Niagara Falls Board of Museums. Our mission is to inform and educate residents and visitors about the City of Niagara Falls history through the prese....
Founded in 1985, the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography collects photographs and produces major exhibitions and award-winning publications. Since 1992 it has become a cultural destination with the opening of a building specially designed to ....
Hockey fans will love this hall of fame, with exhibits, 3D film, the largest collection of hockey memorabilia in the WORLD and even the Stanley Cup!
In addition to its exhibition schedule, the Blackwood presents a number of special projects, including publications, public lectures, symposia, and conferences. During the summer months, the Gallery operates Running With Scissors, a contemporary art ....
Our collection consists of antique small engines, old tractors and turn of the century steam engines. Other unique items have also been collected by our museum, such as the first Canadian steam engine built in Windsor Circa 1903. There is always some....
Climb aboard real trains, try your hand at fascinating experiments, and see how science changes lives!
Gallery 101 are a non-profit artist-run centre, dedicated to the professional presentation and circulation of visual and media art.
Discover the military history of Canada through a vast collection of artifacts, personal stories, art & photography at the Canadian War Museum
This family-oriented destination, home to the R. Tait McKenzie Memorial Museum, is 154-acres of field and forest along the Indian River in Mississippi Mills. Explore this natural treasure year-round along the 7 km trail network. Play structure and pi....
Eight beautiful galleries showcase contemporary, Canadian, European, and African art. The Gallery Shop features a great selection of children's art-related books and toys. Call about family programs.
The exhibits try to portray life in prison as it was in the 19th-century to present day. In 2003 the Museum won the "Rand McNally Best of the Road" Award. One of only 27 sites in North America to do so!
Explore the Museum's four galleries which tell the story about the history of the Great Lakes and see ship models and underwater art facts. You can also tour the Pump House Steam Museum next door. Tour the 3-ton ice-breaker museum ship, bed & breakfa....
How did students learn about the human body without microscopes or x-rays in the 1700's? Learn about these things and more at the Museum of Health Care! During the summer months, walking tours covering epidemics, Canada's first Parliament building an....
You'll never run out of fun and fantastic things to do at the ROM, Canada's largest museum of world cultures and natural history.
Textile Museum of Canada is one of eight museums of its kind and the only museum in Canada solely dedicated to the collection, exhibition and documentation of textiles from around the world.
The Museum houses one of the world's finest aeronautical collection. Aircraft are clustered in islands each representing a key period in aviation history from the pioneer era to the jet age.
See hundreds of dinosaur specimens, including complete skeletons and dramatic life-sized recreations, in the Talisman Energy Fossil Gallery. Our Mammal Gallery is truly breathtaking with its recreations of Canada's treasured mammals in their life-cha....
Art fun in Ontario with the world’s largest Canadian art collection! Follow a tour, explore the gallery, or get creative yourself!
Time travel back to the 1860's at one of Eastern Ontario's premier National Historic Sites - Fort Henry. Follow costumed interpreters on an hour long tour through limestone casements filled with priceless artifacts and the tools used to live life in ....
This elegant Victorian dwelling recreates the lifestyle of a wealthy mill owner c.1867 through eight furnished period rooms. The museum also offers changing exhibitions, art shows, day camps, educational programs, gift shop, gardens, picnic area and ....
This museum is the flagship interpretation and orientation centre for the entire Rideau Canal system. Five floors hold a unique blend of historic displays, artifacts & modern technology.
You'll find railway heritage comes alive at this National Historic Site. Visitors can climb up into the cupola of a caboose, inspect the track in a Speeder Car or play in the Children's Area.
The Scugog Shores Museum is located on beautiful Scugog Island, overlooking the town of Port Perry. The mission of the Museum is to preserve, research, interpret and exhibit artifacts that illustrate the cultural and natural history of the area.
The Canada Agriculture Museum is living proof of the "Green Capital". In fact, Ottawa is the only world Capital that has a working farm at its heart. Canada's unique agricultural heritage is featured at the Canada Agriculture Museum, where you can ex....
Visit with some of your favourite fairytale characters and take a tour of the Museum of Medieval Arms, Armour & Heraldry!
The Gardiner Museums clay classes offer creative fun for young adults and adults. Participants at all levels of experience--including absolute beginners--will learn the techniques of creating ceramic art by forming and decorating their own hands-on p....
Bau-Xi Gallery typically exhibits and sells paintings but also deals with sculpture and print. Most of the artists are Canadian with a few Americans. Monthly exhibits rotate through the galleries.
A fascinating journey into the past at this historic village and transportation museum, with original vintage displays and historic buildings!
Known as an innovative space dedicated to exploring current ideas in art, A Space was a place for alternative music, poetry, dance, video and performance throughout the 70s.
The museum features an ecclectic mix of local and some times not so local artifacts. The displays change on a regular basis, so visit often!
The Anderson Farm Museum is the site of one of the largest dairies in the Sudbury area during the 1920s and 1930s. Today, the site has been developed to preserve the rich history of the surrounding community.
Arbor Gallery – Centre for Contemporary Art is a registered not-for-profit organization located in the town of Vankleek Hill, ON.
Discover what fossil hunters from around the world already know – Arkona Lions Museum and Information Centre. Travel back in time at the museum and see Devonian-period fossils that are more than 350 million years old.
Come and see the new Kenwood Mills exhibit, the 1928 fire engine, scenes of early 20th century domestic life, Charles Macnamara, our own ever-changing lumber exhibit, the museum's tribute to the Lair McNab and our most recent acquisitions.
Our gallery is the premier cultural institution in Northern Ontario for visual arts, that aspires to gain national recognition. The AGA is a public gathering place that celebrates and preserves cultural expression.
Founded in 1914, the Art Gallery of Hamilton is Ontario’s third largest public art gallery and owns one of the finest collections of art in Canada, featuring over 9,000 works of art including historical European, historical Canadian and contemporary ....
The AGM is over 3000 square feet divided into four gallery spaces. The Main and Community galleries are the largest. We also hold outdoor sculpture exhibitions, screenings and interactive programmes seasonally.
Founded in 1960 by the Cobourg Public Library and a group of residents who wished to encourage the appreciation of fine art in the region. The Gallery offers a wide variety of activities designed to enrich the knowledge and appreciation of the visual....
The Art Gallery of Peterborough is a non-profit public gallery dedicated to exhibiting and collecting visual works of art. Our goal is to present contemporary visual art by artists from the immediate area, region and nation. Some historical and inter....
Originally operating as the Laurentian University Museum and Art Centre, the gallery was incorporated in 1997. Our exciting exhibitions, lecture series, art classes and special events make the gallery a gathering place for the local community. The Ar....
The Art Gallery of York University (AGYU) is an artistically and intellectually driven public art gallery dedicated to manifesting contemporary art through diverse cultural circuits by continuously, and simultaneously, creating and transcending conte....
The Artery’s mandate is to provide a space for exhibitions and creative projects. We hope to fulfill a responsibility to the artistic community by providing a venue for outstanding emerging art as well as an undefinable creative space; testing the bo....
ARTSPACE's main gallery is dedicated to presentation of exhibitions by Canadian artists at all stages of their careers. Programming consists of six annual exhibitions, special projects, artists residencies, and sound/video events. Info regarding subm....
We are dedicated to the preservation, promotion and presentation of the history of Aylmer and Malahide to the public through: Education lessons, special events, publications, exhibits, displays and public programmes.
Celebrate the life and works of author L.M.Montgomery in this museum that will take you back into the 1920s.
The society preserves the memory of the builders, the musicians and entertainers who were featured over the years on the CKNX Barn Dance and in southwestern Ontario in years past. The museum displays photos, artifacts and memorabilia.
The Bath Museum was first organized in 1936 and the first showing of artifacts was in the Town Hall. It is a true community museum which is organized and managed by volunteers and supported by Loyalist Township, with artifacts and collections donated....
The Battle Ground Hotel Museum sits on a part of the remaining untouched lands of the Lundy's Lane Battlefield. Visitors to the site are offered a guided tour of the period rooms where they will experience tavern life in 1850.
When you come to visit us at Battlefield House Museum in Stoney Creek, you will find living history. Experience life in the early nineteenth century, as our museum staff, dressed in period costume, demonstrate the lifestyle of the Gage Family.
Explore Canada's largest collection of microcomputers, video games, and video discs! Parents explore their own history while children discover how games have evolved in the last 30 years.
The museum features over 25,000 items which include books, magazines, journals, postcards, stamps & first day covers, newspaper articles, uniforms, badges, mugs, pins, belt buckles, woggles, banners and posters to name just a few.
Billings Estate National Historic Site's trained interpreters will guide you through the epic story, spanning four generations, of one of Ottawa's founding families and the evolution of the surrounding village.
Discover the story of one of Canada's icons, try your hand at the “Red Ace” game and fly like Billy Bishop in their flight simulator!
Bonnechere Museum, also known as the Ordovician Fossil Capital of Canada, presents both the natural and cultural history of life as it developed along the Bonnechere River.
Check out our exciting exhibits at Clarington Museums and Archives, they include permanent exhibits such as Pioneer Heritage, Edwardian Lifestyles in addition to traveling exhibitions from museums across Canada.
The Mossom Boyd empire began in 1833 with one saw mill and ultimately spread across Canada. Meet Napoleon the buffalo, view the Art Gallery and admire the handwork of beautiful tapestries.
The Bradley Museum provides a window into the everyday life of early settlers in Ontario, and hosts Sunday teas, rotating exhibits, and special events.
The Brant Historical Society seeks to broaden the understanding of our community and its people by exploring our heritage within the Brant area through innovative partnerships and learning opportunities thereby building a more inclusive and tolerant ....
Discover the achievements of some of Brantford and Brant County’s finest athletes along with those who have contributed towards the pursuit of sporting excellence.
Offcially opened in 1853. A half or full day living history program welcomes classes during the spring and fall. Groups are also welcome to use the building and grounds for meetings reunions etc.
In 1955, the idea of a museum was suggested by Mrs. W.G. McKenzie of Lucknow. From her suggestion the Bruce County Museum was born. With overwhelming support from all over Bruce County, the new museum was flooded with donated articles.
We engage the community in the appreciation and creation of visual arts and are home to our art and fine craft guilds. We provide opportunities for discovery and ‘hands-on’ learning, as well as mentoring and showcasing visual artists at all skill lev....
African Canadian History of the Elgin Settlement a terminus point for the Underground Railroad, which became North Buxton. Tour and school groups welcome!
Located in the heart of downtown Ottawa, the Bytown Museum explores the stories of an evolving city and its residents from its early days as Bytown to present day Ottawa.
The Art Gallery at the Cambridge Centre for the Arts offers an enlightening experience for visitors to discover and appreciate a broad range of artistic expression.
Nestled along the historic Grand River and joining the Trans Canada Trail, the CSG offers a central oasis to picnic, walk, contemplate, attend an art show, or participate in one of our many children’s art programs.
Campbell House, built in 1822, is the oldest remaining building from the original town of York. The museum endeavours to make history come alive through the use of innovative hands-on approaches to history while still preserving important artefacts f....
The Canada Agriculture Museum is living proof of the "Green Capital". In fact, Ottawa is the only world Capital that has a working farm at its heart. Canada's unique agricultural heritage is featured at the Canada Agriculture Museum, where you can ex....
Our 25,000 sq. ft. building in Oshawa was originally a 1920's car dealership and is maintained to display that period of architecture right down to the original elevator used to move cars to the second floor.
The Hall of Fame strives to make Canadians proud of the game’s long history in their country. Baseball’s origins in Canada date back to 1838, when a game closely resembling baseball in its current form was played in the nearby community of Beachville....
What better way to explore the history and adventure of flight than with a visit to the Bushplane Centre? Located in beautiful downtown Sault Ste. Marie, this waterfront hangar offers more than 25,000 square feet of interactive, hands-on aviation an....
The CCGG is recognized nationally for its critically acclaimed exhibitions, lectures, conferences, classes, workshops, tours, and specialized library, archive, and research centre.
This non-profit, private museum operates as a federal corporation dedicated to preserving and promoting the products and history of Canada's many clock manufacturers and sellers from the early 1800s to current times.
The museum has a growing collection St. Johns Fire Badge of fire apparatus representing hand drawn, horse drawn, and motorized periods of fire fighting in Canada. Additional exhibits include a working municipal fire alarm system, photo displays, helm....
This is the Canadian Football Hall of Fame and Museum: Celebrating the History of Football in Canada at all levels!
The Canadian Golf Hall of Fame and Museum is a great way to celebrate the game of golf. From champions and championship to golf's unique role in Canadian history, to the technical specifications of equipment manufacturing, the spectrum of golf is cap....
The world’s only national Hall of Fame dedicated to celebrating the accomplishments of medical heroes. This museum contributes to a vibrant health care system by engaging Canada’s health leaders in educational programs that serve to encourage youth t....
CMHM is a not for profit privately run museum. The museum can only exist with the funds collected from your visitations and donations. Please visit and view our large assortment of artifacts. Our dedicated staff of volunteers are always on hand to as....
The new museum features new displays, an interactive Race Experience Centre where visitors can try their hands at driving a race car on one of several simulators, a 40-seat theatre featuring some of the most exciting races from the 1960s to the prese....
The museum seeks to preserve and present the dynamic aspects of the ancient civilization of Hinduism. Regardless of their cultural heritage, all visitors will leave with awareness and an appreciation for the splendor of one of world's oldest, living ....
Founded by some of the most prestigious sculptors in Canadian art history, the Sculptors Society of Canada has been exhibiting and raising the profile of sculpture in Canada for more than 75 years.
A living museum featuring the aircraft used by Canadians or Canada's Military from the beginning of World War II up to the present. The Museum's collection includes aircraft that really fly too!
In an era when important landmarks are all too often sacrificed in the name of progress, Castle Kilbride stands as a monument to our heritage, our traditions, and to the commitment that the people of Wilmot Township have made to preserving our herita....
Come to the CBC Museum and Graham Spry Theatre to experience first-hand the history of Canadian broadcasting... and the shared stories of Canadians!
Come and catch a glimpse of the past at our museum! The life and times of pioneers are brought to life in the barn, sugar shack and reconstructed log homes. Check our artifacts from one of Canada's oldest archaeological sites, our captivating new mar....
The Base Museum collection contains a broad and diverse range of artifacts, from pre First World War uniforms and kit used by local soldiers, drinking mugs “borrowed” by a nurse during the First World War, and recently returned to the Museum by her g....
Take a trip back in time as you stroll through our museum and pioneer village. With one of the largest collections of Ottawa Valley artifacts, the Champlain Trail Museum is truly a must-see.
The Chatham-Kent Black Historical Society's collection of local artifacts, genealogical information and general research materials is located in the Heritage Room at the W.I.S.H. Centre. The Heritage Room provides visitors with the history of Chatham....
The Woodrow Homestead was purchased in August 1966 by Coldwater Canadiana, a non-profit corporation, organized to preserve local history. The log home is an excellent example of the workmanship of our pioneer forefathers.
The Discovery North Bay Museum's collections and exhibitions, and our dedicated education team provide an outstanding learning environment for students. School programs are available for students from Kindergarten to Grade 12. The programs are arrang....
The museum officially opened on July 1st, 2001 and is located in Dorset Ontario at the crossroads of Muskoka & Haliburton featuring museum exhibits of early pioneer life, local settlers, traditional logging practices, and historic information pertain....
The Dufferin County Museum and Archives strives to collect, preserve, and interpret the history of Dufferin County. Built in the style of an Ontario bank barn, the museum's striking architecture reflects the agricultural heritage of this central Onta....
Informative, and fun! At the Dundas Museum & Archives, discover Dundas from the time of the glaciers’ slow carving of the valley through to today’s vibrant community. We invite you to visit and explore the stories of people and events that have shape....
A contemporary visual arts gallery featuring works by regional artists.
Built in 1834 for John and Amelia Harris, this historic home remained in the family until 1960 when it was donated to the City of London. Although surrounded by the city today, the house and its gardens are a place of beauty and tranquility.
The museum was incorporated in 1988 as a registered non-profit charity for the purpose of preserving and restoring the railway heritage of St. Thomas and surrounding area. Our knowledgeable base of volunteers are dedicated to keeping alive the memor....
Take a Walk Through the Past in this unique Northwestern Ontario Pioneer Village. Drop in at the General Store and look through the newly arrived catalogues, visit the shops and chat with the residents while they wait for the train. And much more..
The Frontenac County Schools Museum began as a project to celebrate Kingston’s Tercentenary in 1973. A small group of retired educators spent many hours researching schools, photographing sites, collecting books and artifacts, and microfilming hundr....
Located in a cafe setting overlooking the tarmac and runways of Wiarton-Keppel Airport, we are a collection of archival photos, artist's prints, and posters of many of the historic moments in Canada's aviation history.
We thrive on guided tours for school students, community groups, and private gatherings. We are here to help you teach, and learn. Book today and bring your group for a professional guided tour - a trip you won't soon forget!
A full season of exhibits by local artists and travelling exhibits from Ontario museums and galleries, arts and crafts lessons for children and adults, our unique Gallery Arts & Craft Gift Shoppe and three needle art guilds make this 112 year old bui....
Step off the beaten path, between Ottawa and Montreal, and discover the magic of the Glengarry Pioneer Museum for yourself. Like so many of our visitors, you'll wish you had come across this little treasure long ago.
Located in Glenhyrst Gardens, a beautifully landscaped sixteen-acre park on the banks of the Grand River, Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant offers exciting views both indoors and out.
Exhibits chronicle 19th and 20th Century rural township life, with particular emphasis on the 100th Regiment of Foot, Goulbourn’s soldier-settlers. A Children’s Centre allows young visitors to try on period clothing, and engage in hands-on activities....
The main gallery facility houses numerous thematic exhibits relating to the first inhabitants of the region, the native peoples, who were followed by the first influx of lumbermen and settlers. Reid House is a typical village home reflecting life at ....
The new Museum is now home to hundreds of receivers and transmitters dating from the spark era up to and including National's first solid state HRO500. Over the years the Museum has evolved to become one of North America's premiere wireless museums....
Step back 200 years in time at the Lang Pioneer Village Museum to a time before internet & television! A fun and historic Canadian experience for all ages!
Watch our “G” Scale model train run through our office and pretend to be a conductor in our restored Caboose.
The Canadian Drilling Rig Museum has a fully functional historic drilling rig and explores the history of drilling & natural gas industry!
is a 10,000 sq ft faciity packed with fossils, gems, dinosaur bones and taxidermied wildlife, plus guided tours and the Fluorescent Mineral Light Show.
Storybook tales come to life with animals, rides, games, play areas, splash area, face painting and beautiful gardens. A village of imagination awaits you at Storybook Gardens.
Fun amusements in this Ontario family friendly park, with rides for bigger and smaller kids, and a campground nearby too!
Three exciting amusement parks and one fabulous campground all on 60 acres of family fun in Ontario!
The area's largest water park, offers days of fun and entertainment for kids of all ages. there is also the newest and largest indoor family playground in the region with 25,000 square feet of fun.
A fun day in Owen Sound with storybook adventures, family rides, water slides, and even a haunted house!
Enjoy the LARGEST indoor family entertainment center in Eastern Ontario, with over 50,000 square feet of FUN!
Experience the most exhilarating collection of rides and roller coasters in all of Canada! Test your level of thrill being spun 360 degrees, or free falling 230 feet!
12 full sized rides and attractions in this Ontario shopping centre - making it Ontario's largest amusement park! Great family fun for the day!
A 20-acre family theme park with over 30 rides and attractions on the Toronto Islands. Old Ontario village main street hasfood, games, shops and rides including our antique carousel, and log flume ride!
Animal fun in Ontario at this fun farm, where kids can learn all about the animals in a natural environment! And it's FREE!
7 acres with 5 big cat runs including a 2 acre section with swimming pond so a chance to get some really great views and photos. Also house primates, vulpines and more.
Offering exotic animals, tropical birds, reptiles and masses of monkeys; plus adventure playground, splash pad, miniature village and family eatery.
25 acres of amazing wildlife in Ontario, with a petting zoo and playground too!
Big cats and more at this wildlife park with nearly 180 animals representing over 60 species. Free daily feeding tours, plus Animal Encounters too!
Indian River Reptile Zoo is home to over 200 rescued and endangered reptiles, and is a CRA registered charity
Discover 1000's of free-flying butterflies in a tropical garden. Explore a vast collection of insects, meet live giant exotic bugs and experience the tropics!
Go “On Safari!” and get closer than you ever imagined to over 1,000 exotic birds and animals from around the world! See majestic lions, rare cheetah, a herd of graceful giraffe, and a crash of rhino! A full day of Family Fun!
A sweet and educational petting farm in Ontario which features rescued animals, and encourages interactive with kids and adults - particularly those with special needs
Come, immerse yourself in a world of zoological wonders at Safari Niagara, home to more than 1000 animals of native and exotic mammals, reptiles and birds!
Reptilias zoo contains more than 75 species of reptiles including all the 'Big Names' such as Nile Croc, King Cobra, Black Mamba, Reticulated Python, American Alligator, Boa Constrictor, Alligator Snapping Turtle, Burmese Python, Eastern Diamondback....
Farm Animals and Birds, Duck Pond, Creative Farm Play Yards, Gift Shop. Ride the mini-train, 'The Funny Farm Express'. Puppet Shows on weekends,and daily in July and August. Farm Museum open on special Mondays.
A day near Ottawa filled with exotic and beautiful wildlife, at this family friendly zoo in Canada!
Producing farm open to the public with special family activities for learning about farms and animals.
Northwood is a Non-Profit Sanctuary Dedicated to providing a clean, safe and loving environment to over 100 exotic animal species. Including Tigers, Lions, Primates, Bears, Wolves, Buffalo, Eagles, Owls and other wonderful creatures.
Ottawa's only Reptile Zoo and Insectarium has over 80 displays, housing more than 250 animals, with hands-on interactive education too!
Riverview Park and Zoo is a unique, recreational facility offering attractions to people of all ages. The zoo features 27 exhibits, with over 48 species, including Yak, Camel, Wallaby, Emu, Macaw, Squirrel Monkey, Cougar, Plated Lizard, Meerkat and m....
Children love to visit our 1930 barn filled with friendly animals. Fluffy baby chicks are a favorite in the spring. And of course the loft is always open for kids to play in the hay and swing on the tire. We offer tour around the farm on our hay wago....
Enjoy touring the lovely 32-hectare (80-acre) farm and see many domestic and exotic farm animals. Be sure to check out the Bird Aviary and don't miss the Lambing Barn!
A swimmingly fun day out for the whole family full of fun aquatic displays and performances, as well as 16 thrilling rides for all ages (and bravery levels!)
One of the largest zoos in the world Toronto Zoo is home to over 5000 animals, and features 4 rides too!
Learn about the animals of the world, explore nature trails, and even see baby animals up close - all at this Ontario zoo!
Over 35 slides, rides and wet play options, 100 water games, challenge courses, wave pool and so much more in Canada's BIGGEST theme waterpark!
Ready for some waterpark fun with a difference?High Falls Waterpark is a unique eco-conscious beachfront waterpark in the heart of Muskoka, that offers day passes for families just like you to go and have a splashing great time!This beautiful nature ....
Ride the wave at York Region's first and only indoor wave pool...all year long!! Swim and surf in four-foot waves, frolic on water mats or try bodysurfing, and more!
Logos Land is a family-focused water play land and a full service vacation campground. Kids and adults enjoy giant (and kiddie) waterslides, water trampolines, paddle boats, a wading beach, mini golf, a petting farm and a trackless train!
Canada's only salt water park offers unlimited use of bumper boats, batting cages, minigolf, and rock climbing under a waterfall!
A fun 25,000 square foot indoor water park with a retractable roof for year-round fun, with a beach entry wave pool, tube slides, body slides, kiddy pool interactive play structure and more!
Plunge! is the ultimate, all ages, four season water adventure at the base of Blue Mountain Ski Resort, the largest mountain resort in Ontario.
Day passes available for Fallsview Indoor Waterpark is Niagara’s largest indoor waterpark, directly across the street from Niagara Falls the waterpark offers over 3 acres of indoor water fun!
Hooray For Play welcomes under 9s & their families to enjoy adventure climbing structures with a separate toddler area too! Suited for kids 3 mths to 6 years
Super fun indoor play with drop in fun with rock climbing, little tyke rides, climbers, bouncers and more, as well as programs, camp, and party packages!
Over 5300 sq. ft. of fabulous fun for kids up to the age of 10 yr. old. With slides, monkey bars, and even basketball! Great indoor fun for those active kids in Ontario!
The MegaFun 4 Kids Indoor Playground is the perfect place for kids to burn off extra energy. Our giant pirate ship is a favourite with all kids. Here, they can captain a ship, "slide the plank", and mess about with the rest of the crew, in an excitin....
Muskoka's indoor playground awaits, with great play fun for kids up to 10 years in a safe and colourful environment!
Visit Ottawa's largest indoor playground, where kids up to 12 years can play across 20,000 sq ft of FUN!
Family fun with 2 rides, 10 LEGO build & play zones, a 4D cinema & much more!
Alpha’s Discovery Club specializes in birthday parties, children’s programs and indoor play for kids up to 10 years of age. Super fun indoor play!
A brand new and FUN indoor playground in Ontario for kids aged 1 to 13, with multi-level jungle gyms, mazes, tunnels and a toddler area!
Jellybeenz Indoor Play is 6,000 sq ft of indoor play space for active kids in Ontario!
Kidsports is an 18,000 square foot indoor playground paradise with two main play structures, Adventure Challenge, toy room, and so much more!
An indoor 12,000-square-feet play facility of bright and colourful multi-level climbing structures, interactive games and climbing wall. Socks are mandatory for everyone. Restaurant on site.
Indoor fun with "Glow in the Dark" Miniature Golf, Rock Climbing, and an arcade!. In Play Inc is an all-in-one playground in Newmarket, Ontario!
It's a jungle out there...well, it is in Ontario! Active kids under 12 can spend the day enjoying family play time on these fun and colorful play activities.
A fun socks only facility for kids under 11 years, with jumping pillows, play structure, toddler area and more!
Super fun indoor play for kids up to 6 years, with toys, activities, exercise, creativity, paintings, and so many ways to use their imaginations! Creative fun in Ontario.
Never Never Land is a premier Indoor Playground and Family Entertainment Facility in Vaughan with daily drop-in play, parent & tot classes, private birthday parties and seasonal camps.
Rain or shine, Laser Quest is a great way for the family to play together in a fun video game style experience, with some friendly competition thrown in too! Great for those active kids in Toronto!
Eagle Canyon Adventures is Lake Superior's Circle Tour number 1 Tourist Attraction. It is the home of CANADA'S LONGEST foot suspension bridge, which extends an amazing 600 feet across the canyon and hangs at a height of 152 feet above the canyon flo....
Ultimate laser tag fun in MIssissauga where kids over 5 years and the family can enjoy this indoor combat style fun!
Our park contains 14 unique fields (such as a western-themed town, tank-attack field, POW camp, etc) on over 70 acres of beautifully wooded, landscaped terrain designed specifically for paintball.
Looking for a unique experience and something that is out of the ordinary? Come and experience breathtaking zip lines and swinging suspension bridges. Glide through the Carolinian forest over native plant, animal and bird life on our world class zip ....
47,000 sq ft of indoor space, with high ceiling and complete clear span over the racetrack, houses the GPK racing amusement centre. GPK creates an overall fun racing experience.
Air Combat Zone let's you fly live action head to head air combat with up to 4 people in full cockpit fighter jet flight simulators is an unforgettable entertainment experience!
PAINTBALL action at its best! Come to PAINTBALL CITY and battle it out in one of two indoor playing fields. Team up with your allies, and blast your opposing team into submission with fun and fast paintballs.
Outdoor Laser Tag near Toronto, with all the fun of paintball but without the mess! Great for those active kids over 8 years
A canoe or kayak can take you to places you can not get to by foot, car or motorboat, as well as being a wonderful day or evening paddle away from the rush of city life. Over two decades of focused dedication has gone into what we offer this year. Co....
Enjoy the Region's Premier Mountain, Lake and Wilderness Resort! Explore on a Back-country Adventure, go mountain biking, canoeing, kayaking or make a splash at our beachfront on Calabogie Lake. Enjoy our Adventure Camp for kids, climbing wall, execu....
London, get ready for some trampoline fun for the whole family in London where rules of gravity don't apply, it's just spring-loaded fun for all ages!
Great indoor climbing for active kids, with a 30ft vertical wall, over 80 climbs, bouldering, and Canada's highest indoor climb with the 100ft chimney!
Jump the day away at this fun indoor trampoline facility! Bouncing fun for bouncers over 3 years in Ontario with certified trampoline coaches.
Balls of Fun Inc. is the Ultimate Ball Gym, for children six months to eight years of age. Created, owned, and operated by a qualified and experienced elementary and secondary teacher (and mother of two), the Balls of Fun facility is meant to encoura....
Trampoline fun for the whole family in Ottawa where the rules of gravity don't apply! It's just spring-loaded fun with plenty of activities for the family!
State of the art Laser Tag in Newmarket, with arcades too and birthday parties too!
Open jump for those active kids in this indoor trampoline park in Ontario, with gymnastics training, birthday parties, Mom & Tots, and camps too!
Polson Pier provides a variety of activities for the public. Come down for some practice at our golf driving range, be it pro or mini-putt! Take in a lap or two around our go-kart track! There's something for everyone down at Polson Pier.
Regardless of the season, there is always fun and adventure at our third generation family owned and operated ranch. Horse back riding, pony rides and petting zoo...there is something for all ages.
Facilities include adventure playground equipment, skating features in the winter and splash pad in the summer, bike paths, picnic areas, outdoor concerts and points of interest around the parkland.
Bouncing fun for the whole family in Hamilton where rules of gravity don't apply, it's just spring-loaded fun with plenty of activities for all ages!
EQUINOX ADVENTURES is Ontario's oldest and first fully accredited full-time climbing school. Equinox offers programs that will teach you how to become a competent climber.
Little Kickers is a non competitive soccer program for children 18mos -7 yrs, with four classes tailored just kids needs!
Gymalaya, Newmarkets newest gymnastics club, offers recreational gymnastics classes with state-of-the-art equipment designed specifically for young children. The kid size proportions of the equipment help motivate the children, enhance their performa....
Adventures for the family in Ontario ranging from caves deep underground to zip lines high in the trees, with mini golf, trains, gemstone mining and adventure playground in between!
Challenge the whole family to a sky-high adventure across monkey walks, wobbly bridges, Tarzan swings, ziplines and more!
From go-karts, laser mazes, golf and trampolines, this great center for active kids in Ontario gives you 40,000 square feet of family fun to take on!
Drop in art program for 2 to 5 year olds with varying weekly big art themes, with of costumes and puppet theater!
Get creative at this fun pottery studio, where you can create and paint fabulous pieces of pottery to take home! An art filled day out for all ages
Get creative with this Ontario attraction that will fill you with art fun and creativity! Great family fun with all sorts of ceramic pieces to paint.
Enjoy the great outdoors! Camp, swim, picnic, fish, hike, rollerblade, toboggan and more! Plus enjoy a Children's Farm and Play Barn.
Kelso Conservation Area is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts. Indulge in a swim at a sandy beach, fish for trout in the glistening lake or get energized with some great downhill skiing at Glen Eden Ski and Snowboard Centre.
A wonderful area to appreciate the outdoors and enjoy a picnic. Summer programs include, Day camps, many trails. The Outdoor Centre programs for families resume in the Fall.
We offer year round waterfront cottage rentals and 50 full service seasonal trailer sites. Enjoy fun family activities such as, swimming in our pool, fishing, boating, canoeing, horseshoes, badminton, volleyball, relaxation, and more.
Stunning area for hiking, biking and eco tourism, with interactive at the visitor centre and the continued backdrop of the Niagara Escarpment!
Take a self-guided tour on a marked trail down 7.5 metres into Devil's Horsestable Cave and beyond into a cavern with a natural stone bridge. Thrilling for kids, plus mini golf outside.
Acres of strawberries and more! Fruition Farm is located just 10 minutes from downtown Kingston. Come enjoy a variety of activities, starting with pick-your-own strawberries, raspberries and other fruits and vegetables in season.
Around the camp: We have a large outdoor 20x40 heated pool, with a hot tub. Next to this are TWO large outdoor playgrounds with tube slides, swings and more. There is a recreation hall where we hold various planned activities such as kid`s Bingo and ....
Escape and Discover an area perfect for an enriching camping experience. Safe, clean and fun. Family Camping at it’s best on Manitoulin Island!
Enter a world of beauty as you wander along trails and boardwalks through gardens, forests, meadows and wetlands. First opened in 1977, the Humber Arboretum is a joint venture of the City of Toronto, Humber College and Toronto and Region Conservatio....
Algonquin Park stretches across 7,725 square kilometres of wild and beautiful lakes and forests, bogs and rivers, cliffs and beaches - a canoeist's and camper's paradise.
All through our waterfront are 80 secluded sites some have hook-ups for power and some do not. These sites are maintained daily by our staff of friendly faces. All Sites include picnic tables, fire pits, out houses, and access to "CAREFULLY MONITORED....
This farm has lots of fun activities for the family including a cow train, mini maze, picnic area, corn awareness centre and a pumpkin patch.
If your kids are going to learn how to climb, real outdoor rock climbing is the way to go. With personal coaching and top-notch instructors, the whole family is guaranteed awesome outdoor fun!
Conceived in the 1870s, St. Lawrence Islands is a tiny jewel with a rich and complex natural and human history. The park is located in the heart of the Thousand Islands tourist area. Make St. Lawrence Islands National Park a leisurely and scenic stop....
Explore 10 hedge Mazes, tree forts, play areas, gardens, picnic areas and wagon rides on a 100-acre farm. Cool off and get wet in their water spray attraction. Also open for a Spooktacular time in Ottawa for Halloween.
This park's exceptional beauty is revealed in its vistas of Lake Superior and in the rugged, ancient landscape of the Canadian Shield and northern forest. The spirit of the wilderness envelopes those who explore this special place.
A lush Carolinian forest oasis at the southern tip of Canada, Point Pelee National Park resounds with migrating song birds in the spring, hums with cicadas in the summer, flutters with Monarch butterflies in the fall and is a peaceful place of reflec....
Protecting one of Canada's national treasures for your enjoyment: from Honey Harbour to Twelve Mile Bay in southern Georgian Bay you will discover spectacular landscapes, time-worn rock faces, diverse habitats and the rugged beauty of the Canadian Sh....
In the heart of a World Biosphere Reserve, the 'Bruce' is a place of global significance. The massive, rugged cliffs of the park are inhabited by thousand year old cedar trees, overhanging the crystal clear waters of Georgian Bay.
Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG) enjoys a worldwide reputation based on its first-class horticultural collection and natural lands. It is Canadas largest botanical garden and one of the countrys premier cultural, education and scientific institutions.
High Park is Toronto's largest public park featuring many hiking trails, sports facilities, diverse vegetation, a beautiful lakefront, convenient parking, easy public transit access, a dog park, a zoo, playgrounds for children, a couple of eateries, ....
Rideau Acres is an overnight and seasonal family campground, and is the closest campground to attractions such as, the Thousand Islands, Fort Henry, Bellevue House, the Miller Museum of Geology, the Grand Theatre, the K-Rock Centre, and Downtown King....
The Amethyst Mine is an exciting place to explore, but if you want to be a proper adventurer you'll need to know the basics. Amethyst Mine Panorama is the number one place to find Ontario's official gemstone and February's birthstone.
Nestled in the valley of the Indian River, the conservation area offers a range of recreational opportunities the entire family or other group can enjoy!
Come visit our beautiful indoor & outdoor gardens and observe over 50 species of colourful native & tropical butterflies and moths. Feel the butterflies landing on you or simply be amazed at the grace as they flutter from flower to flower in search o....
There's plenty for the family to do on the farm as well! We are home to "The Uxbridge Maize" - our 10 acre corn labyrinth, as well we have a corn box, mini hay bale mazes, and echo tubes for the kids. Come and shop at our farm store for great produ....
1000 Islands & Seaway Cruises offers adventure and traditional sightseeing cruises of this famed tourism region. Cruise in comfort and safety on 1 or 2 hours cruises aboard the high-speed catamaran 'WildCat' or choose from a variety traditional sight....
Our city tour of downtown Toronto takes you past some of the city's major landmarks such as the Hockey Hall of Fame, Sony Centre, Air Canada Centre, Molson Canadian Amphitheatre, IMAX, Eaton Centre, Osgoode Hall, Old and New City Hall, Toronto's wate....
A walk in the clouds is more than a guided tour, it is an experience that you will not soon forget. From the moment you arrive your professional guides will lead you through a unique and very dynamic tour. From river basin to tree top, the tour takes....
Visit the headquarters of where that Canadian currency is created, as well as commemorative coins.
Home of your Toronto Blue Jays and formerly known as SkyDome. Guests are taken behind-the-scenes to areas not usually accessible to the general public, including the playing field, private Luxury Suite, Blue Jays memorabilia suite and dressing room (....
Soak it all up while on one of our 7 Wet Jet boats. Experience the adrenaline rush as the waters from the Niagara river embrace you in an unforgettable tour.
Kids can ride streetcars at this full-size operating electric railway and museum in Milton, Ontario!
Take an unforgettable scenic journey through Beeton Creek Valley with South Simcoe Railway, on this historic train from the 1920s!
Children of all ages will love investigating these weird and entrancing caves, millions of years in the making!
Skiing and snowboarding with lessons from 3, offering 20% green runs, plus snow park, slalom racing and snow tubing hill.
Skiing and snowboarding with lessons, offering 17% green runs plus snow park. A host of other family activities available including mountain coaster, ice skating, toboggan tours and an aquatic park.
Skiing and snowboarding with lessons from 6, offering 5 green runs, plus 4 terrain parks, snow tubing, high ropes course and more.
Skiing and snowboarding with lessons available, offering 33 % green runs plus terrain park, snowshoeing and snow tubing. During the summer kids' camps are held.
Skiing and snowboarding with lessons from 3, offering 20% green runs and 60% blue, plus terrain training park. Summer activities available.
Skiing and snowboarding with lessons from 3, offering 29% green runs, plus 2 terrain parks.
Superb for beginners offering a full 50% green runs, lessons from age 3, plus terrain park and slalom hill.
Located in the City of Toronto, Applewood or Shaver House, as it is commonly known, provides a lovely setting for marriage ceremonies, parties and meetings. It has been in operation for over 20 years and is open to the public.
The Glengarry Sports Hall of Fame is an organization that was founded in 1978 to celebrate and preserve the achievements of Glengarry County's athletes. Glengarry hosts one of the world's largest Highland Games and is home to several world class cham....
Step into Canada's past and explore an authentically re-created 1860's Ontario country village. Enjoy more than 40 restored homes, trade shops, farm buildings, interpreters and artisans in period dress, special events, programs and demonstrations, co....
The DEAF CULTURE CENTRE is a symbol of the Deaf community celebrating Deaf life. It is a public forum both historical and forward-looking. The CENTRE is contemporary, a fun gathering place that is open to the public and rooted in the Deaf community.
Located near the south shore of beautiful Lake Simcoe, this ten-acre site is now home to sixteen structures that interpret the rich history of Georgina between 1850 and 1920, including a one-room schoolhouse, a general store, a train station, among o....
Every season brings a calendar filled with a wide variety of special events for all the family to enjoy. Harvest Fest and Haunted Village Hayrides and our magical Christmas at The Village.
Discovery Harbour, on scenic Penetanguishene Bay, will take you back in time to the presence of British naval and military forces in Central Ontario. Come and explore this recreated, 19th century community on the southeast corner of Georgian Bay.
Defining Toronto's skyline at 553.33m (1,815 ft., 5 in.), Canada's National Tower is an architectural triumph, engineering Wonder and world-renowned dining and entertainment destination.
Vast award winning living museum depicting all aspects of early 19th century fur trading and society, from domestic and professional period crafts to feasts and festivals, with costumed characters to meet and observe.
Chiefswood stands testament to the legacy of the Johnson Family and within the societal sphere of Six Nations in the 19th century. Home to a Mohawk Confederacy Chief, and infamous daughter-Emily Pauline Johnson; the site is an invaluable educational ....
Cedar Ridge Creative Centre is a vibrant arts hub housed in a historic mansion. Built as a family home in 1912, Cedar Ridge is surrounded by lush gardens and scenic woods with a variety of walking trails.
Learn about the history of the Canadian forests, and those who played roles in the development of Canada's First Forestry Station.
Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead is a National Historic Site. It is the birthplace and childhood home of one of Canada's most eminent citizens. Growing up on a mid-19th century farm with its privations and isolation perhaps inspired her to take up ....
Macpherson House was built on the banks of the Napanee River in c. 1826, when it was the first private home to the north of the river. It was the residence of Allan Macpherson, one of the most entrepreneurial and civic-minded citizens of early Napane....
Ameliasburgh Historical Museum has grown from one building, in 1968, to a full pioneer village. A log cabin, display barns, an operational blacksmith shop, a sap shanty, dairy and bee-keeping buildings, and a large stone building housing the Goldie C....
Nationally designated for its magnificent interior, Annandale House serves as a monument to the Victorian style of design known as the Aesthetic Art Movement.
Explore an incredible castle from the 1910s, with tunnels, suites, secret passages, and a wealth of history!
Truly a chance to step back in time for a glimpse of our pioneer past. The Village has more than a dozen restored or reconstructed buildings to explore.
The Backus-Page House Museum is a living history museum located in the heart of the Talbot Settlement. The Georgian style house has been restored as closely as possible to its 1850’s state.
Discover the household of Alexander Melville and Eliza Bell, the events surrounding the invention of the telephone by Alexander Graham Bell, and the origins of Canadian Telephone operations to 1880.
Bellevue House was once the home of Sir John A. Macdonald, Canada's first prime minister. Restored to the 1840s period, and staffed by costumed interpreters, the house and gardens are kept much as they would have been during the time that Macdonald l....
With more than 160 years of history, this exquisite estate was home to four generations of the Harris and Sayers families. Feel the warmth and pride of workmanship in this home which has been restored to its quiet elegance of the early 20th century.
Visit the birthplace of a hero in Ontario. Learn about the life and achievements of Dr. Henry Norman Bethune!
Located along side the Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts in my hometown of Parry Sound, Ontario, the Hall has a wonderful collection of past and present sports information that will appeal to a wide range of people.
Learn first hand from knowledgeable tour guides about the life of a Pennsylvania German Mennonite family during the mid-nineteenth century. See an authentic depiction of a Pennsylvania German farm home in Waterloo County during the 1850-90 period.
Bruce Mines, Ontario, on the North Shore of Lake Huron, boasts a scenic setting for fishing, camping, hunting, snowmobiling, skiing, boating & sailing. With terrific amenities and events, Bruce Mines is the perfect home for your family & business.
Canada South Science City is 30,000 Square Feet of Education and Entertainment packed in to one child friendly environment.
Soulpepper has become an important part of Toronto's theatre scene and gives kids a chance to see live performances of the arts!
The Factory Theatre is a vibrant centre of new play deleopment and presentation. Located in the heart of downtown Toronto, we produce a full season of all Canadian plays, many of them world Premier.
We want the whole family to enjoy our productions. To that end, we offer two Pay-What-You-Can evenings, $20 Wednesday matinees, reduced ticket price for Students and we will continue our committment to youth by offering FREE admission to all children....
Welcome to the 11th century! Just beyond the great doors of our Hall of Arms waits the celebration arena, the heart of each of Medieval Times' nine castles. From high above King Philippe and his daughter-in-law, Princess Leonore, preside over a four-....
Arts, drama and kids fun at the Young People's Theatre, with shows perfect for kids as well as drama school if they get inspired!
A great way to introduce kids to the arts, theatre and dance in Toronto
Bad Dog Theatre Company is the improv hub of Toronto with their improv comedy shows and classes!.
Bored of the doing the same thing every night? Need somewhere fun to go on a first date? Looking for something to do between dinner and a movie? Come check us out at Putt. We are just a 5 minute walk from the movie theater.Call for more information a....
It's all about electronics at this fun indoor centre where kids can enjoy experiences in engineering and coding
Summer activities at Blue include mountain coaster, high ropes course, family golf course, water play aquatic centre and open air mountain gondola.
3 acres of beautiful rolling hills with a wide range of fun things to do for kids including, 18-Hole multi-level Miniature Golf, Grand-Slam Batting Cages, Krazy-Kars, and Rocky Mountain Climbing.
Make a one of a kind family heirloom! A fun workshop for the whole family where you make one of a kind glass ornaments for the holidays through the process of glass fusing. A great learning experience with a wonderful ornament to cherish for years to....
An 18 Hole indoor Glow-in-the-Dark mini golf course, plus play the interactive Arcade games! Great indoor fun in Ontario
Experience bowling in Bathurst with special lighting, dance and music and glow-in-the-dark bowling balls!!!
Family farm fun in Brampton with farm animals, corn maze, and the famous fall pumpkinfest!
Northern Escapes Mini Putt is 18 holes of fun mini golf on the beautiful Muskoka River. Great for all ages, with fresh air and sunshine!