TheOntario Science Centre is turning 50 years old on Thursday and they’re offeringfree admission this weekend to celebrate.
Themuseum, which opened on Sept. 26, 1969, has seen more than 53 million visitorssince it first opened its doors.
Guestsare invited to check out the classic exhibits like the hair-raising Van deGraff generator as well as a retro video reel of iconic moments of the centreover the past 50 years.
Thereare also some new exhibits for science fans, including the "MindWorks"exhibition, a Virtual Reality experience that explores memory, emotions, andthe inner workings of the mind.
Toronto’sDirector X, famous for his work with Drake, Kanye West and John Mayer, willalso have his new project “Life of the Earth l Death of the Sun”displayed on a massive sphere.The free event runs from 10a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 28 and 29.