Children’s Museum

Bring your kids to the Children’s Museum and they won’t want to leave!

The Museum lets the kids travel the world, while enriching their lives and broadening their experience by exploring other cultures through exhibitions, costumes, hands-on props, and artifacts, including an extraordinary assortment of toys and games.

They can clamber aboard a lavishly decorated Pakistani bus and a three-wheeled auto rickshaw from Thailand. Or step inside a Bedouin tent and homes from India, Indonesia and Mexico. The Museum’s diversity and richness engage children of all ages, allowing them to explore and learn through play at their own pace.

It’s a fun, memorable first step in a child’s understanding of the arts, culture and history.

The Canadian Children’s Museum is located inside the Canadian Museum of History. Admission Fees to the Canadian Museum of History include access to the Children’s Museum, special exhibitions and to all the Museum’s galleries.

Focus on fun at the Children’s Museum

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Activities at the Canadian Children's Museum

Handmade Fun: Winter Wonders

January 13 to February 28, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Thursdays until 7 p.m.
Canadian Children’s Museum: Studio

Share what winter means to you by creating a unique work of art. We supply the materials, you supply the imagination!

Awesome Arctic

February 18
Grand Hall, Haida Gwaii Mezzanine, Canadian Children’s Museum
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Introduce your family to Inuit culture and learn about life in the Far North during a fun day of Arctic art, crafts, sports and storytelling.

Far North Family Day

February 19
Grand Hall, Haida Gwaii Mezzanine, Canadian Children’s Museum
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

This Family Day, engage with both modern and traditional Inuit culture through art, crafts and storytelling that shine a light on Canada’s Arctic region.

Handmade Fun: Dragon Training Shields

March 1 to 18
Canadian Children’s Museum: Studio
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Make your own colourful Viking shield — inspired by Hiccup from How To Train Your Dragon — and take it with you for protection on your adventures.

Dragon Egg Hunt

March 19 to April 1
Canadian Children’s Museum
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Find all 12 dragon eggs — inspired by Toothless from How To Train Your Dragon — hidden throughout the Museum, and earn a treat when you complete your quest.

Handmade Fun: Dazzling Dragon Eggs

March 19 to April 1, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Thursdays until 7 p.m.
Canadian Children’s Museum: Studio

Decorate your own dragon egg and sculpt a baby dragon to tuck inside — maybe a Zippleback, a Gronckle or a Fury, like Toothless from the film How To Train Tour Dragon!

Don’t miss any activities at the Children’s Museum!

Become a Museum Member and enjoy unlimited family access all year long, starting at $125.
Three visits and your Membership is paid!
For more information, click here.
Registration: 819-776-7100 | Box Office

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