Canada’s Wonderland is an iconic 330-acre theme park just north of Downtown Toronto.
The centrepiece of the park is Wonder Mountain.
(Interesting trivia: originally the centrepiece was supposed to be a replica of the Eiffel Tower.)
Divers (not pictured) perform a stunt show off Wonder Mountain’s waterfalls.
Wonderland’s most well known ride is Leviathan— Canada’s tallest and fastest roller coaster.
Leviathan hits speeds of up to 148 kilometers an hour!
Next up is Behemoth— the second largest roller coaster in Canada (second only to Leviathan).
Wonderland’s newest coaster is Yukon Striker— a dive coaster with a 90 degree drop— which gives passengers a moment of free-falling.
Skyhawk puts riders in mini-airplanes that they can control— allowing them to flip upside down if they want.
And of course, if you’ve been going to Wonderland for years, you’ll find all your old favourites. 🙃
A fast lane pass ($95 - $105) will let you skip all the lines.
Hot day? Take a ride on Riptide and get cooled down with water fountains.
Drop Zone slowly ascends— and quickly drops.
Planet Snoopy has rides for smaller children.
There are shows throughout the day— we stopped to watch the dog show.
Food is throughout the park— mostly fast food.
We picked up a flavoured slushy…
…and stopped by the Funnel Cake shop. 😋
On our way out, we stopped by the merchandise store.
If you’re looking for a day of fun and adrenaline, you will find it Canada’s Wonderland. 😊
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