It will take you at least two days or even more to explore the entire Canada's Wonderland in Toronto. The park's sixty five thrilling, fast and diverse rides appeal to visitors of any age. The whole park is a stage for fascinating live shows, which change as quick as a new season comes. In addition to its rides, attractions and live shows, Canada's Wonderland in Toronto is home to the Splash Works, a magnificent twenty acre water park with over two million galloons of heated water.
Many of the park's rides are unique in their character and style. Let us start with family attractions. The Antique Carrousel in Canada's Wonderland in Toronto is more than a century old and has beautiful hand carved horses. The Silver Streak is the first junior inverted coaster with a helix in Canada. Young thrill seekers together with their parents dive, wind and swoop through the suspended and zigzagged track of the Silver Streak. The High flying Swings of the Century take the riders up high in the air. The Fly takes the riders over an exhilarating fifty foot drop through hairpin twists and turns and wild, breathtaking bumps. Due to the coaster's unique design, each rider has a feeling that he is riding in the front car. The White Water Canyon is full of mighty rapids that weave huge rafts through cavernous caves and sharp rocks. Prepare to get wet: hidden geysers soak rafters, when they do not expect it.
Frolic kiddies are moved to their heart's content at the rides and attractions, created exclusively for them in Canada's Wonderland in Toronto. Here is KidZville, a fascinating thematic area with brightly colored buildings and children's restaurants. There is even a miniature Town Square and Maze. In Hanna-Barbera Land kids can meet up with Scooby Doo and other characters at Scooby Doo's Haunted Mansion, an interactive dark ride. Guests chase ghosts collect Scooby Snacks and disclose a bewitching case of ghostly deeds. The Nickelodeon Central is a themed area with three rides and a variety of favorite Nickelodeon characters, including Jimmy Neutron, Dora the Explorer and Hey Arnold. The Taxi Jam is a steel coaster for toddlers, designed to be a child's first coaster at the Park. Kids will giggle over the Taxi Jam's tickling bumps and drops while they ride in a themed train, featuring a police car that chases yellow taxicabs.
Thrill seekers can expect from Canada's Wonderland in Toronto the most blood-chilling experience. The Cliffhanger is Wonderland's super swing with an attitude and altitude. It chases passengers through snap rollovers and unyielding three hundred and sixty degree twists and turns as they are propelled through moments of zero gravity and an inescapable wall of water. The Dragon Fire is an inventive attraction of terrifying tricks, such as hurling you through three hundred and sixty degree loops. The Drop Zone is a ride for the most fearless. The Drop Zone lifts the passengers over sixteen feet per second, two hundred and thirty feet in the air (the height of a twenty three storied building), and allowing you enjoy a panoramic view only a second, it makes you fall down at more than one hundred km/h.
As for Canada's Wonderland tickets, there is a variety of them to enjoy the park. For instance, if you want to see the shows and do some shopping, a Grounds Admission ticket will be the most suitable; if you want to experience a few rides from each themed area, there is a Deluxe twelve Coupon Booklet. There are discounts for groups, schools, clubs associations and season passes. There is always the ticket and price to suit your needs and desires.