The Ontario Fun Pass is back.
The province announced today that its program offering free admission to 16 attractions is online for the 2019 season.
According to the province, the Ontario Fun Pass includes coupons that give up to two elementary school-aged children free admission to 16 provincial attractions, when accompanied by a paying adult or senior.
The Fun Pass also offers $5 off the regular price of a daily vehicle parking permit at Ontario Parks day-use area and more than $400 in savings to curriculum-related historical, natural, scientific, and artistic experiences during the summer.
- Admission to the AGO to be FREE for everyone 25 and under starting this month
- Ontario's largest lavender farm is officially open for summer (PHOTOS)
- You need to try these 12 day trips at least once this summer
Attractions include the Ontario Science Centre, the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), the Royal Botanical Gardens, Upper Canada Village, and more.
“Summer is the perfect opportunity to discover the many great attractions we have in the province, and the digital Fun Pass makes it easy and affordable,” said Lisa MacLeod, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport, in a statement. “I encourage families to stay and play in Ontario this summer by taking advantage of these great offers.”
The 2019 Fun Pass is available online.
While it is also on the list, a reminder that visitors aged 25 and under receive free admission to the Art Gallery of Ontario at all times.