March Break at the CN Tower

Date/Time

Mar 11, 2019 to Mar 15, 2019

Description

This March Break (March 11 - 15, 2019) make the CN Tower your next big adventure.

Explore the world’s #1 elevator ride and the LookOut and Glass Floor observation levels.  Be sure to check out REGALIA Native Pride, a photography exhibit currently on display on our main observation level. The exhibit features a series of powerful and personal portraits of men, women, and children dressed in stunning and colourful regalia, who tell their personal stories and share their worldview. Plus enjoy March Break activities from Barbie and the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers.

Monday March 11 - Friday March 15
10am - 4pm

Spend time discovering all the cool ways engineering and engineering technology influences the world around us with fun activities designed by the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers in celebration of March as National Engineering Month. 

Activities include:

Build and test your very own sailboat made of corks.  Discover the engineering behind building your boat and then test it to see which designs float, or don't!

Build your very own seed garden in a jar. Take it home and watch how your garden grows. It is truly amazing to watch the changes take place and using a jar gives you a front row seat to the magic that is plants growing!

Build your own paper pinwheel.  Create a pinwheel to see how wind turbines move.

Build your own pillar of strength. Test the strength of a piece of paper by folding it into different shapes and see how much weight it can hold.

Button Making – Help make your own button to celebrate National Engineering Month and the CN Tower.

Come and join the fun and see how cool engineers are! Maybe tomorrow you may become one!

Activities fun for all ages. 

Cost

See website

Location

View map CN Tower
301 Front Street West
Toronto, ON

Additional Information

We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information. However, you should always call ahead to confirm dates, times, location, and other information.

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