Wonderland is an amusement park covering 330 hectares located in Vaughan, Ontario, Canada, 30 kilometers north of downtown Toronto, Ontario. First opened to the public in 1981. Wonderland can be regarded as Canada’s version of Disneyland. Here there are more than 200 attractions and more than 65 thrilling rides. when under the ownership of Paramount Parks 1994-2006 known as Paramount Canada’s Wonderland. When sold to Cedar Fair in 2007, the park back to its original name. It was designed by Landscape Architects and Associates and Richard robust structural engineered by OT Baggio Professional Engineers and Associates.
In 1983, Canada’s Wonderland Kingswood Music Theatre adds, a 15,000 seat amphitheater that hosts many “big name” concerts. Molson Amphitheatre After opening the Ontario Place grounds in 1995, cultural festival at the theater became more prominent. Splash Works is featured in the southwest quadrant, an artificial mountain forms the central feature of this park. 4 million guests visited the park in 2008, making it the busiest seasonal park in North America.