SOLD OUT - Saturday, September 18th, 2021 - Welcome back!

The museum is now open from Wednesdays to Sundays. Purchase tickets in advance online.

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Buy Tickets in Advance

Tickets are limited and for a specified entry time, and they must be purchased in advance. Buy tickets.

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What to Expect

Before Your Visit

In order to make the most of your visit, read our Welcome Back about what to expect at the museum as we try to help keep all of us healthy.

Text: Owls Rendez-Vous. Image: A Eurasian Eagle-Owl and a Great Horned Owl.

Owls Rendez-Vous

Outdoor Exhibition

Come face-to-face with live owls in this special outdoor exhibition in partnership with Little Ray's Nature Centres.

A Purple Sea Urchin.

Spotlight on the Purple Sea Urchin

Facebook Live Presentation

See a live purple sea urchin and a few of its tide-pool neighbours in this free Facebook Live event for Science Literacy Week.

A staff member with a mineral specimen in the museum lab.

Virtual School Workshops

New!

Connect your classroom online with museum educators! Explore natural history in a fun and interactive way that is also linked to your curriculum.

Museum research scientist Amanda Savoie looking for seaweed specimens in the intertidal zone at Kejimkujik National Park, Nova Scotia. 

Ocean and Freshwater Connections

UN Decade of Ocean Science

Learn about the museum's research and education on aquatic species and water-related topics.

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