Canada's Wonderland

Canada's Wonderland features 330 acres of exiting rides and attractions for the entire family

Entrance to Canada's Wonderland
Entrance to Canada's Wonderland cc licensed photo by Roller Coaster Philosophy

If you love roller coasters you will love Canada's Wonderland. With an amazing total of 16 roller coasters, Canada's Wonderland ranks second in the world for the largest number of roller coasters in a single amusement park. There is, however, much more to enjoy than just the roller coasters.

Canada's Wonderland features a wide variety of exciting attractions, rides and shows to entertain the entire family. There are 60 thrilling rides and over 200 attractions in total including a 20 acre waterpark with Canada's largest outdoor wave pool and every type of water slide you could imagine.

For those who can take advantage of the advanced online ticket pruchases Canada's Wonderland offers a substantial discount over the gate pricing.

Thanks to the new TTC subway extension into Vaughan, it's now easier than ever to get to Canada's Wonderland, which is now just a quick 16 minute bus ride from the new Vaughan Metropolitan Station.

For additional information about the including current admission fees and hours see the official website link below.

Facts For Your Visit

Fee: Yes

Address: Vaughan, ON L6A 1S6, Canada

Phone: (905) 832-8131

Official Website: Canada's Wonderland


Rated 4.4 out of 5 Star Rating

3 Star Rating I recently visited the Wonderland Winter Festival and the lighting was good. The lights set a festive, wintery scene, making it a cozy backdrop for an evening stroll. It's worth mentioning that the festival is very family-oriented. The rides are ideal for kids, providing lots of fun for younger visitors. For adults, the rides might be on the gentler side, but the overall atmosphere can still be enjoyable. If you're thinking of bringing the family, it's a good choice. The kids will likely love the rides and the lights but I don't suggest that for the adults.
Alireza Akbari - a month ago

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4 Star Rating All I can really say is get the Lightning Lane. It will change your experience dramatically and is well worth the price. Some rides don’t allow for Lightning Lane which is a bummer. Food is pricey and parking is extra. Lots of fun for the family. Give this place a visit when you’re in Toronto. Arrive early so you can enter the park when it opens and get good parking. It’s a long wait if you get there after they open.
Brian Faber - 2 weeks ago

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5 Star Rating What a wonderful experience for New Year's Eve! They have unlimited hot chocolate with souvenir cup for $14.99. They have several rides open and ice skating for a fee. Lots of fantastic picture opportunities with lots of festive lights, shows, singers and more. Restaurants are open, snacks available and alcohol also. Stores open to shop for a variety of items too. Dress warm and wear comfortable shoes for all the walking.
Marisol Rodrigues - a month ago

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4 Star Rating Canada's Wonderland transforms into a magical place during the Christmas and New Year season, making it a fantastic destination for families. It was our first time to visit it during the past years and we enjoyed a lot. If you plan to visit more than once, think about getting the annual pass, priced at $114. This pass is not only useful for your holiday visits but also ideal for enjoying the park in summer and experiencing the Halloween festivities.
Elnaz Yousefzadeh Barri - 3 weeks ago

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5 Star Rating Went for their winter wonderland and it was a super nice experience. We walked around for 4 hours and always found something to be entertained with so that says a lot. The rides were all free and didn’t even have much lineups, we tried a few ones including the merry go round.
Binita Adhikari - 3 weeks ago

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TTC Subway and YRT Bus Line Nearest Station Walking Time
Yonge-University-Spadina Vaughan Metropolitan Station4 MInutes

How to get to Canada's Wonderland by TTC Subway and YRT Bus

Exit Vaughan Metropolitan Station on Line 1 and walk over to the SmartCentre Place Bus Terminal directly north of the station. From there, take the #20 Jane Street North Bus and exit at Norwood Avenue (about a 16 minute ride). Cross over Jane Street and walk across the Canada's Wonderland parking lot to the entrance. Important: This bus will require a separate fare as it operates outside of the TTC zone. You can verify the schedule and fares at York Region Transit.

In addition to the above, GO Transit operates an Express GO Bus service (Route 60) from York Mill Station right to Wonderland when it is open.

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