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Out of the Classroom. Into Toronto.

August 16, 2017
Voted the No. 1 North American student travel destination by the Student & Youth Travel Association, Toronto, Ontario, is jam-packed with exciting educational venues and learning opportunities—from theater to science centers and historical exhibits. New activities are always emerging in Canada’s Downtown. Student travelers, get excited!
The Ontario Science Centre’s newest exhibit, Canada 150: Discovery Way, was most recently installed in celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday. This installation features all sorts of Canadian inventions and innovations. You’ll find discoveries ranging from transformational artifacts to common household items like peanut butter. This immersive exhibit is incredibly inspirational in an interactive setting. Students can feel like inventors themselves, while leaving with an amazing understanding of Canadian achievements. While you’re there, don’t forget to check out the Science Centre’s other impressive exhibits.
Toronto’s Royal Ontario Museum will be taken over by Vikings on November 4, 2017. Vikings: The Exhibition is an ongoing installation that breaks down myths and stereotypes around the Viking Age. An informative and interactive exploration, it showcases Viking lifestyle and religion, with lots of amazing artifacts.
Starting February 13, 2018, Come From Away, a Mirvish production and box office hit (nominated for seven Tony Awards), is returning to Royal Alexandra Theatre. Back in Toronto for a second time, this musical takes place in Newfoundland and sings the tale of 7,000 stranded passengers. Great for all ages and written by Tony nominees Irene Sankoff and David Hein, Come From Away is an unforgettable theatrical experience that encompasses Canadian culture.
Visit now. It’s easy for students to get to Canada’s Downtown! No passports are required for student groups under 19 years of age. For more information on these and other great educational activities, visit