Canadian Museum of Nature

Venue Type

Location

240 McLeod Street

Just minutes from Parliament Hill, the Canadian Museum of Nature is a must-see attraction in the nation's capital. Magnificent, world-class galleries presenting the wonders of nature are featured in a stunning "castle" - one of Canada's most significant heritage sites and a wonder in itself!

In the RBC Blue Water Gallery, visitors marvel at beautiful aquariums and the sight of a complete 19 meter long Blue Whale skeleton - the largest creature ever to live on Earth! The Vale Earth Gallery features a dazzling collection of minerals and rocks. Visitors will also explore the fascinating worlds of dinosaurs, mammals, and birds; and for a special experience, don't miss the 3D movie!

Admission fees (extra fees apply for special exhibition and 3D movie):
Adult: $12
Student (13+)/ Senior (65+): $10
Child (3-12): $8
Tiny Tot (Ages 2 and younger): Free
Members: Free

Features

  • Housed inside a beautiful heritage building
  • Beautiful, modern galleries
  • Rental Spaces and amenities
  • 3D Movies
  • RBC Blue Water Gallery
  • Dinosaurs, mammals, birds and more

 

 

 

Coming up:

Reptiles: Beautiful and Deadly
Friday, March 24
Museum Exhibits, Museums & Exhibitions
Reptiles: Beautiful and Deadly
Saturday, March 25
Museum Exhibits, Museums & Exhibitions
Reptiles: Beautiful and Deadly
Sunday, March 26
Museum Exhibits, Museums & Exhibitions
Reptiles: Beautiful and Deadly
Monday, March 27
Museum Exhibits, Museums & Exhibitions
Reptiles: Beautiful and Deadly
Tuesday, March 28
Museum Exhibits, Museums & Exhibitions