A new science museum will open its doors in Toronto’s Yonge and Eglindons avenues in 2017.
The science museum, called Cognitive Science Museum, is located on the corner at Yonge & Eglendale, at the entrance to Eglendons Arts District.
It will offer exhibits on cognitive science and its effects on people’s lives.
The museum’s website says the museum will be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday to Friday.
The exhibit “Is Science a Good Thing?” will feature a “profound discussion on science” and will be offered for free.
The museum will include the following items: A book on cognitive neuroscience, the “mind in action,” a lecture series about neurobiology, and a documentary called “How Science Works.”
It is the second time the museum has opened in Toronto.
The first was at the same site in 2009, with a similar theme and exhibit.
The first was the Science Museum at the Toronto Science Centre, which closed last fall due to the city’s debt crisis.