Another Adventure in Toronto – Canada’s Wonderland Park
Canada’s Wonderland Park here we go again, since we already had a season pass, we don’t have to pay for another admission ticket and get unlimited ride for the whole day.
Canada’s Wonderland Park – Wonder Mountain Waterfalls.
The Wonder Mountain where the Thunder Run roller coaster goes through the caverns inside.
Canada’s Wonderland Park Entrance Gates
Wonder Mountain with its majestic waterfalls.
Fun at the Saltwater Circus in one of Canada’s Wonderland Park Attractions.
There’s the Saltwater Circus where the trained performers play along with the dolphins, try to kiss them while suspended up there on a ladder and entertaining every kid and adult in the audience.
Here we were watching the dolphins interacting with people from the audience that the trainer asks to join him and feed the dolphins and even the kids joined in, too.
The trainers also kissed the dolphins while suspended up there on a ladder during the show.
The three dancing dolphins showing off during the saltwater aquatic show.
The trainers also performed while playing along with the dolphins that they also feed after the show.
After an hour of watching dolphins splashing water to close-by people at the audience, we went on to the next shows at the other theatres, the International Festival Theatre with a tent roof and the Wonderland Castle Theatre nearby.
From there we tried to go watch the new dance and song presentation at the International Festival tent theatre.
It is an open air auditorium and seating is common on long benches instead of the individual luxury padded seats at the other theatre. Here, it is quite informal and stamp your feet if you feel like it or shout and scream in the open air tent.
This is the Wonderland Castle Theatre where we watched the Broadway Show, my nieces were with me and the little one got tired of walking so I had to carry her for a short while so she can rest her tired lil feet….
We went to the next show at the castle theatre with the City Lights Broadway show going on. Here, there’s quite a formal kind of atmosphere. As if you are at the broadway theatre.
Everyone is intently watching the show and don’t try to get up in the midst of the performance or the usher will get you back to your seat. After the performance is over, everyone leaves the theatre in an organized manner; leading all patrons to the exit doors.
The Dragon Fire Roller Coaster
Then we can line up for any roller coaster of our choice. We always go for that ride before going to lunch or before having snacks for good reasons. I’ve tried the Dragon Fire that loops around and yes, I’ve lost a few coins again from my shirt pockets and I keep forgetting to move the coins to my coin purse or other pockets where they are safer and then we also tried the Bat Roller Coaster which is a very scary but exhilarating ride. The Skyrider is where the riders soar through loops, sharp bank curves and a side-winding helix while standing up on what is similar to a bike seat! Unlike other coasters, this one leaves you standing up throughout the ride, very tiring indeed. I’ve also been to the Thunder Run that’s a ride through Wonder Mountain, where inside there’s caverns that the roller coaster runs through.
Another ride attraction behind the wonder mountain, a huge ship going up and down from side to side making you feeling so dizzy after that ride.
Next we’re off to the other areas where we can have real fun, like playing games and winning stuff toy animals, then going to the eatery places and restaurants to eat. Behind that pirate ship is a buffet restaurant. You can never go hungry or starve in a park with dozens of restaurants to chose from and outdoor store vendors selling all kinds of food to satisfy your appetite.
Another wonderful adventure in Toronto at Canada’s Wonderland Park one sunny summer day!