Charter a bus to get to the Ontario Science Centre
Whether it’s for a field trip or corporate event, charter a Toronto bus rental for your next trip to the Ontario Science Centre. Charter buses are the most reliable and cost-effective way to transport large groups of people through the streets of TO. Our booking specialists can help you plan your trip so that it’s both efficient and fun!
The Ontario Science Centre is a massive facility dedicated to encouraging public engagement with science. Pretty much any type of science you can think of is represented under its roof. Kids under eight can learn through play at KidSpark, nature lovers will be amazed by the simulated tornado and rainforest environment in the Living Earth exhibit, and cinephiles will love Ontario’s only dome IMAX theater.
If you’re an event planner looking to create a unique experience for your guests, contact the Ontario Science Centre to rent any of their spaces for galas, off-site meetings, and more. If you’d like to explore the museum’s exhibits as part of a field trip or team-building activity, take advantage of the group ticket discounts available for groups of twenty to two hundred scientists-in-the-making.
Why charter a bus to visit the Ontario Science Centre
Anywhere in Toronto that attracts families is going to be crowded. Cut down on the number of vehicles your group needs with a Toronto charter bus. If you’re planning a field trip, rent a school bus in Toronto. Kids are used to school buses and already know all the best sing-a-longs. But if you’re traveling longer than two hours, you’ll want to rent a coach bus. More amenities, like wifi and A/C, are available on Toronto coach buses.
The Ontario Science Centre is located in North York, an area that encompasses several smaller neighborhoods. These include wealthy residential communities like Hoggs Hollow, Willowdale, and The Bridle Path (soon to be home to Drake’s brand new mansion). Scattered throughout North York are several opportunities for interactive learning. Besides the Ontario Science Centre, there’s Black Creek Pioneer Village, the Aga Khan Museum, and the Gibson House Museum. For those who would like to enjoy a little nature in between museum visits, North York is home to some lush and expansive parks. There’s Edwards Garden—once an estate, now a beautiful park full of fountains, waterfalls, and flower beds. Lesser known but equally as entrancing is Downsview Park. Once a military base, Downsview is now home to a sports complex and several play structures.
A Canadian gem from the East Coast, Toronto is a multicultural hub with an up-and-coming creative culture that can rival that of other big cities. Its diversity in gastronomy and arts alone make Toronto a must-visit destination. But add top local attractions and eclectic neighborhoods to the mix, and there is no way this city can be left out of your travel bucket list.