Ontario Science Centre’s abrupt closing prompts a wave of nostalgia and treasured memories | Unpublished
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Author: Mariya Postelnyak
Publication Date: July 10, 2024 - 09:49

Ontario Science Centre’s abrupt closing prompts a wave of nostalgia and treasured memories

July 10, 2024
Kat Gligorijevic was 11 years old when she crossed the pedestrian bridge at the Ontario Science Centre for the first time in 1989. At first glance, the concrete structure, which dipped into a Toronto ravine of rambling woods, seemed unremarkable. But, walking through the bridge, along its windowed wall, it felt like stepping from the ordinary world into a futuristic microcosm.“You see all this nature outside. Then once you go into the exhibit area, it felt infinitely large … like it was possible to get lost and always end up in a new place,” she says. “It felt magical.”


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