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Wild Weather

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COVID-19 Safety Exhibit Updates:
Low-touch interactive elements within Wild Weather are open, and the exhibit remains visually rich with many opportunities to prompt conversations with children. Touchable elements are sanitized by staff frequently, and sanitizing wipes are provided for your use. The following high-touch elements are closed or have been removed for your health and safety:
  • The tornado simulator and Tabletop Tornados have been removed.
  • Capacity in the Dance Up a Storm element is limited to one family at a time. Please follow traffic flow signage.

All Children's Museum exhibits will have capacity limits. Museum staff will monitor occupancy and if capacity is reached, staff will admit visitors to the exhibit when others leave.

Wild Weather will be closed for cleaning several times throughout the day. Pick up a handout of the day's cleaning times when you arrive at the museum.


There's a storm brewing!

  • Fly through a hurricane
  • Swirl along a tornado's path
  • Track turbulent cloud formations
  • Map lightning strikes
  • Stand in the midst of a raging winter storm 

Discover how to weather the storm as you learn about emerging technologies and recent scientific discoveries that are improving our ability to forecast severe weather and enhance our awareness of global weather phenomena including hurricanes, blizzards, severe heat, and climate change.

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Wild Weather is developed and produced by Science North in partnership with the Ontario Science Centre.