CORPORATE PAVILIONS & THEME EXHIBITS
From the Official guide:
Crescent shaped, the white canopied Ontario Pavilion graces the waters of False Creek. It shows Ontario in 2280 square metres of exhibit area, a 750 seat 3-D multi-image cinema, restaurant, marketing lounge and amphitheatre for live entertainment.
Products displayed in the pavilion showcase high-tech marvels made in Ontario. Host and hostesses, wearing uniforms designed by leading Ontario designer, explain and direct.
A stunning theatrical exhibit leads the visitor through the historic development of the province, from the primeval forests and canoe routes, to the technology explosion of today. The amphitheatre, with its trees, flowers and entertainment, offers a welcome tranquility and magnificent view.
The Expo theme tells the story of Ontario. It's the history of transportation -- of waterways, roads, railways and bush planes which expanded settlement and provided cohesion. It's the story of communications -- ever since Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone in Brantford, Ontario.
The Ontario Pavilion is a window on the world, showing why today's Ontario is a great place to live and to visit.
FROM THE BEST OF EXPO GUIDE:
A most enjoyable experience! Three excellent major attractions are presented in this architecturally exciting pavilion. An exhibit of home-grown transportation innovations is followed by a theatrical tour through Ontario's past. A 3-D movie provides a memorable climax.
-- The 3-D
movie is impeccably
done. You'll reach for images on the screen that seem to be right
in front of your eyes.