Wet’n’Wild is already making a splash in the city with its much anticipated grand opening just around the corner (June 24th to be exact). And as if it’s not enough that the park’s parent company, Premier Parks LLC, has spent $25 million on the new water park, they’re ensuring their presence is known by partnering with Making Waves Swim School and William Osler Health System Foundation to host The World’s Largest Swimming Lesson on June 22nd.
Over the course of 24 hours, World WaterPark Association plans to bring together tens of thousands of individuals who will all participate in the same lesson to raise awareness about drowning and the fact that swimming is a vital-life saving skill everyone should have.
Tickets to this once in a lifetime event are just $10 per person, with $5 of each ticket going to the William Osler Health System Foundation, By attending, you’ll not only have serious bragging rights for helping break this Guinness World Record, but you’ll get a preview of the mega water park and access to limited attractions.
Get a closer look at what to expect from the water park below.
Register to be a part of The World’s Largest Swimming lesson on wetnwildtoronto.com.
Featured Image: Facebook/Wet’n’Wild Toronto
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