Things to Do in Canada
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History and archeology come alive through an amazing 3D, interactive presentation and fascinating displays, like lighted miniature models of Montreal through the years embedded into the floor that you walk over....
Enter into an a-maze-ing mystery with a crime to solve. Find your way out of jail, through obstacles, down slides, and over teeter-totter bridges by answering mind-stumping math and logic questions along the way....
Biodome is so beloved more than one friendly local is apt to tell you how fantastic it is. Part zoo, part aquarium, part research facility, the Biodome presents four ecosystems that you walk through on a paved path....
Science & Nature Museum
A fascinating and incredibly elaborate bronze sculpture encircled by a pool of water stands at one end of the Place Jean-Paul-Riopelle, which also has park benches, 80 trees, and lush lawns....
The second largest botanical garden in the world (after London's Kew Gardens), Montreal Botanical Garden has the largest bonsai exhibit outside Japan and so many amazing gardens you can't see everything in one day....
Jean-Talon is the best of Montreal's open-air farmers' markets that sell fresh produce, unique products from Quebec (like sparkling apple cider, maple sugar maple-leaf-shaped lollipops, and mustard with wild mushrooms), and artisan breads and cheeses....
From the squeals of little ones around Adventure Island to the dads racing older kids down the 90- foot-slide and the foam ball fights that have the whole family involved, Ontario Place is guaranteed to get them smiling. ...
Quebec City, Canada
It takes kids all of 10 minutes to figure out that Benjo, Inc. is the place they need to be. Quebec's version of FAO Schwartz is 25,000-square-feet of wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling wishes....
Doll & Toy Store
The shopper's paradise of Whistler's Village features more than 200 shops, with everything from souvenirs to art galleries, clothing to jewelry, and plenty of ski and snowboard equipment and apparel....
Clothing & Accessory Store
Souvenir & Gift Store
Quebec City, Canada
Battlefield Park, Canada's first national historic park, is more than 100 years old and runs for almost 300 acres behind the Discovery Pavillion....
"C'est le fun!" is not only a charming French Canadian expression but ...
Snow is kid heaven, but skiing is just the beginning of winter fun at ...