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Amusement Parks

Canada's Wonderland

Marineland Canada

La Ronde - Member of the Six Flags Family is located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Adventure City


Legoland California is the only Legoland theme park in North America (there are 3 Legolands in Europe, the first being in Denmark) Visit the site to get tour, plan your visit, learn about upcoming special events, find out what's new, and links to other Lego parks or Lego's toy site.


Knott's Berry Farm

Raging Waters

Six Flags


Universal Studios

Wet'N Wild

Wild Rivers


The Electronic Zoo is an online zoo.

The Tennessee Aquarium is an online freshwater aquarium.

Toronto Zoo

African Lion Safari

Sanfrancisco Zoo

San Diego Zoo

Indianapolis Zoo

Cincinnati Zoo

Bronx Zoo



The Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum seeks to pay tribute to the people who built and loved these wonderful vehicles, some of which achieved lasting fame, others sinking into obscurity. It hopes to bring this brief, colorful flowering of talent and ingenuity to the attention of a new generation of automobile enthusiasts.

Vancouver Maritime Museum is the principal maritime museum on the Pacific Coast of Canada, and one of the major maritime museums on the West Coast of North America. A member of the Council of American Maritime Museums and the International Congress of Maritime Museums, the Vancouver Maritime Museum interprets the story of Canada's great Pacific port and its links with the Pack Rim. The Vancouver Maritime Museum is the greater Vancouver region's link to maritime history, art, culture and technology, relating the past to the present and looking to the future through its programs and exhibitions.

Ontario Science Centre

Kings Landing Historical Settlement

Village Historique Acadien A remarkably authentic historical site in North America (Phoenix Award Winner and Attractions Canada 2001/2002), the Village Historique Acadien strives to portray the lives of Acadians between 1770 and 1939. More than 40 complexes are staffed by interpreters in period costumes who bring ancestral customs and traditional trades back. Each of them has a story to tell! Allow a minimum of 3 hours for a complete visit. The Village Historique Acadien is located near Caraquet, in northeastern New Brunswick, 50 km/30 miles east of Bathurst and 130 km/78 miles north of Miramichi.

Battle Harbour National Historic Site of Canada Through the efforts of the Battle Harbour Historic Trust, the village of Battle Harbour is now a living commemoration of the life and society created there by Newfoundlanders and Labradorians during the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. Numerous historic structures, walkways and work areas have been restored or reinstated, and a collection of more than 300 artifacts related to the fishery and everyday life are on display. Today, the historic premises at Battle Harbour are open to the public. Now you can discover and experience this fascinating era of Labrador history.

Colony of Avalon Have you ever walked on a 17th century street, seen a 17th century herb garden, or looked at the remains of everyday life in one of the earliest European colonies in North America?
If you haven't, come to the Colony of Avalon at Ferryland, Newfoundland.

The Museum of Broadcast Communications

The Museum of Television and Radio

L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site A windswept hill, open to the North Atlantic echoes with the sounds of Norse adventurers working to survive in their new world. Three dwellings, four workshops and an iron-working smithy are left as reminders of the Viking contribution to "New World" discovery. View artifacts of Norse origin while re-enactors educate and entertain you with demonstrations and stories.

Ryan Premises National Historic Site of Canada The fascinating history of Canada's east coast fishery is interpreted at this restored 19th century industrial salt fish complex of warehouses and a proprietor's house on Bonavista Harbour. Programs and award-winning exhibits describe, with riveting detail,the history of the fishery from the 15th to the 20th century. While visiting, take a moment to talk with "Maggie" as she works on the fish flake, try your hand at splitting a codfish, drop by the on-site Bonavista Museum, or stomp your feet to the rollicking traditional music of the Cape Shore Boys.

Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site of Canada Step into a bustling French town of 250 years ago. With impressive walls, majestic gates, quaint homes and formal gardens, comfortable inns and lively taverns, the Fortress of Louisbourg is North America's largest reconstructed 18th century fortified town. Costumed animators recreate the lives of fortress residents. Enjoy traditional cuisine in three period restaurants. Guided walking tours available.



Grand-Pre National Historic Site of Canada This commemorative site was the heart of the 17th and 18th century Acadian village that became the scenic setting for Longfellow's narrative poem Evangeline, and includes a church and cemetery. A new Visitor Centre opened in 2003.

Highland Village Museum Experience Nova Scotia's Gaelic culture and heritage at Highland Village, a living history museum and cultural centre in the heart of Cape Breton Island. Be captivated by the spirit of pioneering Scottish Gaels in this rural setting featuring costumed animators and rare farm animals, including our prehistoric Soay sheep and highland cows. Scottish traditions and demonstrations are part of Gaelic life at the Village. Hear Gaelic singing, learn to speak Gaelic phrases, or take part in one of our traditional gatherings. The arts of weaving, quilting, rug hooking, and more are showcased throughout the village. Explore our unique Hebridean style blackhouse, our recently acquired 19th century wooden church, farmhouses and other period buildings to see other aspects of Gaelic life in Nova Scotia. Highland Village is located in scenic Iona, overlooking the magnificent Barramen's Strait on the Bras d'Or. Come for a gathering and enjoy Gaelic hospitality and history at the Nova Scotia Highland Village.

Maritime Museum of the Atlantic Immerse yourself in the stories that define Nova Scotia's marine heritage at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic located on Halifax's historic waterfront. Experience the life of a sailor and learn of the province's rich shipbuilding heritage. Explore the museum's newest exhibit, Shipwreck Treasures of Nova Scotia. Also see exhibits featuring Titanic, the Halifax Explosion, as well as galleries on the Days of Sail, the Age of Steam, the restored ship chandlery and Canada's first hydrographic survey ship CSS Acadia at dockside.

Sherbrooke Village A living memory of Nova Scotia, Historic Sherbrooke Village preserves the rich history of Sherbrooke and portrays community life in Nova Scotia over time. This peaceful village built on the fortunes of timber,tall ships and gold, feels just as it did over one hundred years ago. Rediscover the pace of historic village life in Nova Scotia. The ambling gait of a horse and wagon, tumbling water over the mill wheel, fresh baked bread slow cooked in a wood stove - savour these sights, sounds and smells which invite you into the life of this tranquil community.

Agriculture Museum -Discover Canada's unique agriculture heritage at the Agriculture Museum, where you can explore the sights, sounds and smells of traditional farm life.

At the Smithsonian's Museum of modern and contemporary art, immerse yourself in the history of modern art pages. Try your hand at the interactive sculpture activity (in Education/Art Interactive). Then, compare computer generated versus hands-on sculpture, and identify the differences in process.

Exploratorium is San Franciso's science museum's website that offers lots of fun learning. Discover the science behind skateboarding and memory among other things. Its library also has an archive of educational webcasts.

Canadiam Museum of Civilization Information to help with planning a visit to the Canadian Museum of Civilization or Canadian War Museum, numerous online exhibits (in the Virtual Museum) packed full of information and pictures, a searchable collections database, and the Cyberboutique.

Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography - CMCP showcases the work of Canada's most dynamic photographers in intimate galleries.

Canadian Postal Museum - Operates a complete museum programme and acts as a repository to hold objects in trust for the Canadian public.

Canadian War Museum

Canadian Wildlife & Wilderness Art Museum

National Aviation Museum- Look up descriptions, specifications for aircraft in their collection, plus links to aircraft manufacturers.

National Museum of Science and Technology - Explore the collection, and look at educational programs and research resources.

The Rothschild Petersen Patent Model Museum has tiny toy like replicas of turn-of-the-century patent products.

Museum of Hoaxes: A Collection of Pranks, Stunts, Deceptions, and Other Wonderful Stories Contrived for the Public From the Middle Ages to the New Millennium. Since Nov, 2002 the Museum of Hoaxes has existed both in virtual form (website) and in ink-and-paper form (as a book). Includes the definition and history of hoaxes (from before 1700 to the present), hoax tests, Frequently Asked Questions, Hoaxes Arranged by Category, and links to examples. Interesting and fun.


Art Galleries

Artmode Gallery - Artmode's Digital Gallery, an interactive doorway to some of the world's most creative artists.

Art Gallery of New South Wales, Australia

Art of Boguslaw Mosielski - A site featuring paintings and photographs by Boguslaw Mosielski.

Calligrammes Gallery -Calligrammes Gallery represents acclaimed international artists as well as less well known though talented artists. Their works are unconventional, sensitive and vibrant. This site introduces you to a few of these artists and changes periodically.

National Gallery of Art houses one of the finest collections in the world illustrating major achievements in painting, sculpture, and graphic arts from the Middle Ages to the present. At this site you can search the collection by specific artist, title, or a combination of criteria.

The Sports Poster Warehouse is the only poster retailer in the world that specializes exclusively in sports posters

National Gallery of Canada- Take a virtual tour of the gallery, browse through the selection, or see what the bookstore has to offer.

Museum Of Modern Art's website is a visual delight that includes an archive, library and information on past, present and permanent collections at New York's Museum of Modern Art.


Thomas Kinkade

Art Source International

Michaels is the nation's largest retailer of arts and crafts materials. They have stores located in Canada and the USA.


Bare Walls.com

Canadian Heritage Info Network Find up-to-date information on Canadian museum and gallery collections, hours of operation, services, products, and events. Audiences can find information about many museums with a single question in either French or English.

Council for the Arts in Ottawa - A not-for-profit, membership-based organization dedicated to encouraging and developing an appreciation for the arts in the Ottawa region.

Doubletake Gallery

Gloucester Arts Centre - A proposed project to provide a focal point for arts activities in the community from groups located in Gloucester, act as a venue for outside activities, and be available for other activities.

Internet Art Fair.com

Nadasdy Foundation Arts and Environment. - Works to reunite the arts (culture) with the environment which defines our culture. Facilitates exchanges and organizes events in both Canada and Hungary.

National Arts Centre - Canada's premier centre for the performing arts.

Pine Ridge Art manufactures calendars and stationary.