The heritage stone walls in the museum's basement are adorned with beautiful images. Watch for photography on diverse themes.
Beneath the Surface: X-rays of Arctic Fish
Jan. 11, 2014 – Jan. 4, 2015
Membership allows you to explore Canada's natural history as often as you wish. Spend extra time at the museum—not extra money.
© Canadian Museum of Nature
See frogs from around the world in this exhibition of live specimens.
Discover fascinating plants and animals that produce their own light.
Admire the magnificent photographs from this annual competition.
Discover the amazing diversity of life on our blue planet and see a real skeleton of the largest animal in the world in the RBC Blue Water Gallery. (Can you guess what it is?)
Discover the richness and origins of the Earth through interactive activities and fascinating specimens.
Go nose to nose with an eye-popping collection of live insects, arachnids and slugs in Animalium.
Travel back to end of the age of dinosaurs, their extinction, and the beginning of the age of mammals in the Talisman Energy Fossil Gallery.
The beautiful dioramas in our Mammal Gallery let you see Canadian mammals up close and discover the amazing adaptations that they've developed to survive
With an amazing array of more than 450 species, our Bird Gallery presents the largest collection of Canadian birds on display in the world. It's an indoor bird-watching adventure!
Beautiful images adorn the heritage stone walls in the museum's theatre foyer. New exhibitions are displayed every few months.
This multi-purpose space is busy with a wide variety of hands-on activities.