The Canadian Museum of Nature is a natural history museum in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Its collections, which were started by the Geological Survey of Canada in 1856, include all aspects of the intersection of human society and nature, from gardening to gene-splicing.
Ontario’s Conservation Areas are just steps away from your front door and offer unique outdoor experiences to millions of visitors each year!
Ontario Parks– With over 330 parks, covering 9 million hectares that attract over 10 million visits each year, there is a lot to discover!
Mario Cortellucci Hunting and Fishing Heritage Centre- The OFAH’s centre boasts a large collection of Canadian wildlife on display and the chance to see Ontario’s warm water fish, live in our giant Shimano Aquarium.
Royal Botanical Gardens– Over 1,100 hectares (2,700 acres) of breathtaking gardens and spectacular nature sanctuaries, conveniently located mid-way between Toronto and Niagara Falls.
Royal Ontario Museum– Explore an exceptional array of themed galleries throughout the Museum, spanning both world cultures and natural history. With six million objects in the ROM’s collections, there’s something new to discover around every corner.
The Toronto Zoo is Canada’s premier zoo with over 5000 animals representing +460 species in various Regions and Pavilions based on geographical locations.
High Park Nature– High Park is a great place for people living in Toronto and looking for a place to explore nature right in the city. There are also lots of resources on their website.