A very long post-visit observatory introduced a lot of astronomical knowledge, the achievements of human beings in exploring astronomy, and the display of instruments used in astronomical observation.
David Dunlap Obs. Univ. of Toronto is located at the University of Toronto in Richmond Hill, Canada, with an altitude of 244 meters and geographic coordinates of 5 17.7 west longitude and 43 51.8 north latitude.  The David Dunlap Observatory has a reflecting telescope with a caliber of 188cm and an aperture ratio of N5 and Cs18. The telescope was completed in 1935.
This building is part of the National Maritime Museum. It is a museum with astronomy and navigation tools, including the famous John Harrison's award-winning nautical clock H4 and his three previous works.
David Dunlap Observatory can see the night view of the city here is not bad, and the air is very good.
A very good viewing spot in Toronto, where you can see a lot of new things worth visiting.