How do you perceive risk?
Do you seek thrill and excitement?
What makes an extreme sport athlete?
Do you have the personality and motivation?
Beyond Human Limits takes you inside the minds and bodies of extreme athletes to explore the psychology, physiology, and physicality of some of the most extreme activities in the world. In this high-energy exhibition you’ll experience the thrill of extreme sports in exciting, interactive exhibits and immersive environments. Experience the technology, creativity, and innovation inherent in these sports. Meet passionate athletes, hear their incredible stories and take in the artistry, motivation, and thoughtfulness that goes into everything they do.Buy tickets
Fire! Explosives! Soundwaves! Flying Squirrels! The Bowling Ball of Doom! In our live science demonstrations, you never know what you're going to get. Buy Tickets
Visit Science North’s animal ambassador, Kash! Buy Tickets
Ready, Set, Move: This fully immersive, active and interactive theatre will take you on a journey into the world of healthy living. Buy Tickets
Feel the excitement in Wildfire! A Firefighting Adventure Buy Tickets
Twist, turn, tumble as you feel the gyroscopic forces that astronauts confront when training to control tumbling spacecraft. Buy Tickets
Butterfly Gallery: Close to 400 free-flying tropical butterflies make their home amidst more than 200 exotic plants in this tropical environment. Watch butterflies emerge from their chrysalis in the eclosion cabinet. Buy Tickets
Science North’s escape room is an interactive way to think outside the box with family and friends!
Players are locked in a room where they must solve a series of puzzles and crack codes to uncover clues to unlock the doors and escape in 45 minutes!Buy tickets
The First People were scientists and innovators, carefully tracking and moving with the seasons and creating inventions that allowed them to survive in the northern forests of our country.
With this close connection to the natural world, the Indigenous People of Canada developed a strong culture, rooted in respect for the environment. "Under the Same Stars: Minwaadiziwin" aims to give visitors a chance to learn about the Indigenous worldview and sit at the fire with two people who are connected to the traditional ways.
Visitors will leave the planetarium with an understanding of common constellations visible in the night sky and the Anishinaabe stories that define them. Minwaadiziwin is an Ojibwe term which refers to the hope for all living things to lead a good life. As we are all on this planet together and sit under the same stars, we hope for a good life for all.
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