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[Telus] Ontario Science Centre Community Day - Free Admission September 28-29

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[Telus] Ontario Science Centre Community Day - Free Admission September 28-29

Celebrate 50th year at Ontario Science Centre this year with free general admission this year on Sept 28 and 29, presented by Telus.
Typically it is one day event but since it is their 50th, it is TWO days this year.

It is posted on Toronto4Kids website but I also just called to confirm. Their marketing department have not posted it on OSC's website yet...I guess in fear of declining sales for next 2 weeks.
As usual, parking is flat rate $10 at the gate but it is well worth the price!
IMAX tickets are generally discounted as well, $9 I believe.

The Ontario Science Centre, one of Canada's most famous cultural attractions, has been creating engaging and thought-provoking experiences in science and technology for over 45 years.

Visitors of all ages can explore more than 500 interactive experiences in our eight exhibit halls, take in live daily science demonstrations, and view films under Ontario’s only IMAX® Dome theatre. Take a closer look below!


Enjoy interactive exhibits listed here: Link
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If you suffer from agoraphobia it's probably wise to stay away this weekend. absolute madhouse.

on the opposite hand, if you're trying to overcome your fear than come on in. it'll be jam packed with screaming kids, frazzled parents, and more.
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Very nice, I will bring my not even 1 year old nephew. He probably won't remember, but he'll like to look at what is going on around him with all the screaming kids running around. :)
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For buying free ticket need to became a member?
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lol just like the TO doors open event but x10.
However, true RFDer doesnt mind that to save $22 per adult!
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Darshan7 wrote:
Sep 12th, 2019 12:19 pm
For buying free ticket need to became a member?
dont need to 'buy' any ticket. just show up on the day of
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sprung wrote:
Sep 12th, 2019 12:06 pm
If you suffer from agoraphobia it's probably wise to stay away this weekend. absolute madhouse.
As an OSC annual member, I like knowing which days not to go.
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sprung wrote:
Sep 12th, 2019 12:06 pm
If you suffer from agoraphobia it's probably wise to stay away this weekend. absolute madhouse.

on the opposite hand, if you're trying to overcome your fear than come on in. it'll be jam packed with screaming kids, frazzled parents, and more.
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Sep 12th, 2019 12:14 pm
Very nice, I will bring my not even 1 year old nephew. He probably won't remember, but he'll like to look at what is going on around him with all the screaming kids running around. :)
You're a mean, mean uncle. Trying to traumatize your baby nephew. They tend to remember traumatic moments despite their age.
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badOne wrote:
Sep 12th, 2019 12:54 pm
You're a mean, mean uncle. Trying to traumatize your baby nephew. They tend to remember traumatic moments despite their age.
Muahahwhahahwhahaha!

No, he really is just interested in just staring at people and smiling. I bring him to Woodbine Center just to look at the other kids play, go on train rides, etc, he'll just stare at everything and everyone. He's dope and doesn't cry much.
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sprung wrote:
Sep 12th, 2019 12:06 pm
If you suffer from agoraphobia it's probably wise to stay away this weekend. absolute madhouse.
on the opposite hand, if you're trying to overcome your fear than come on in. it'll be jam packed with screaming kids, frazzled parents, and more.
In the interest of Science and Social Engineering we may make an appearance and hasty escape.

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Sep 12th, 2019 12:20 pm
lol just like the TO doors open event but x10.
However, true RFDer doesnt mind that to save $22 per adult!
True RFDer pays $15 per adult at Costco :).

RFD is not about being cheap, it's about getting maximum value for the money we spend. $15 to not deal with the insane crowds of a free day is good value imo.

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