Description: Science North is grateful to work with First Nations across Northern Ontario and we give thanks to the Indigenous Peoples who have cared for this land since time immemorial. We pay respect to their traditions, ways of knowing, and acknowledge their many contributions to innovations in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, past and ...
Description: The view is dominated by a panorama of Ramsey Lake, a huge Fin Whale skeleton, and the Creighton Fault, a unique geological feature. The exterior of Science North 's glittering snowflakes are clad in stainless steel, the key ingredient of which is Sudbury's nickel. The architectural blend of snowflake and rock crater is the work of the same two ...
Description: At Science North, we deliver world-class, dynamic, and entertaining experiences to visitors everyday. Whether your organization is a fellow science center, museum, zoo, or other attraction, we can bring these experiences to your visitors. From traveling exhibitions to consulting we provide a large r
Description: Science North (French: Science Nord) is an interactive science museum in Greater Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. The science centre, which is Northern Ontario's most popular tourist attraction, consists of two snowflake-shaped buildings on the southwestern shore of Ramsey Lake, just south of the downtown core, and a former ice hockey arena which includes the complex's entrance and an IM… Director: Jennifer Booth (CEO, Acting) Established: 19 June 1984
Director: Jennifer Booth (CEO, Acting)Established: 19 June 1984
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Description: The Great Northern Ontario Roadshow - Science North Adventure Awaits in Your Own Backyard A world of wonder exists right under our noses. It’s the kind that delights the senses, sharpens the mind and brings families and friends together for an unforgettable experience. Don’t see your town on the map?
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