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  • What's On | Canadian Museum of Nature
    So beautiful Amazing exhibits Really great job Visitor comment There was a lot of action every where we went The 3D movie was a blast and so was everything else that we visited It was super Visitor comment Home Plan Your Visit What s On View copyright information Martin Lipman Canadian Museum of Nature Close What s On Show only Kids items View today s items See another date February S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Saturday February 6 2016 Bugs Outside the Box Exhibition Temporary exhibition open now Until March 28 Amazing Mighty Micro Monsters 3D Movie 3D In English and French Not recommended for children aged 3 and younger Until September 5 2016 Tiny Giants 3D Movie 3D In English and French Until February 28 2016 This is a Kid Friendly Event Winterlude beetles in ice fun Ice carving and activities Activity Hands on Location Confederation Park Ottawa Ontario January 29 February 15 This is a Kid Friendly Event Nature Trade Activity Hands on Bilingual Saturdays Sundays Thursday evenings Science in Action Activity Demonstration informal discussion Bilingual Saturdays Sundays This is a Kid Friendly Event Birthday Parties Activity Do it yourself or animated English or French Ongoing Gallery Highlights Tour Activity Guided tour for groups Bilingual Ongoing Beetles in Focus Exhibition Temporary exhibition From December 9 2015 Canadian Wildlife Photography of the Year Exhibition Temporary exhibition open now May 8 2015 March 20 2016 except Nov 3 Maples A Canadian Symbol Exhibition Temporary exhibition July 1 2015 July 5 2016 This is a Kid Friendly Event Water Gallery Exhibition Permanent gallery live animals Vale Earth Gallery Exhibition Permanent

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  • Floor Plan | Canadian Museum of Nature
    Websites about Nature Blogs Videos and More Research Collections Collections Research Projects Science Experts Scientific Services Leadership Scientific Publications About Us Support the Museum Products and Services Careers and Volunteering Museum News The Museum Corporation History and Buildings Skip Navigation Hours Admission Directions Exhibitions What s On Floor Plan Services Groups Home Plan Your Visit Floor Plan Floor Plan Download the floor plan PDF or pick up a free map on your arrival at the museum Also available as PDFs in Deutsch German Español Spanish Français French Italiano Italian 日 本 語 Japanese 普 通 话 Mandarin 4 Special Exhibition Queens Lantern 3 Vale Earth Gallery Bird Gallery closed for renovation Animalium Barrick Salon 2 Water Gallery Mammal Gallery 1 Talisman Energy Fossil Gallery Nature Café Nature Boutique Atrium 0 3D Theatre Stone Wall Gallery Activity Rooms Lab Legend Browser Plug Ins In order to fully access some of the content on this page you may need to download the following Adobe Reader Connect with Us Facebook Twitter WordPress YouTube RSS Email Canadian Museum of Nature Exploring our natural future Hours Admission Directions Our Exhibitions What s On Membership Group Visits Teacher Zone Mobile Apps Blogs Videos More Our Websites

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  • Services for Visitors | Canadian Museum of Nature
    museum is wheelchair accessible More information about accessibility Visiting with Kids Find out about services and amenities designed to make your visit with children easy and fun Assisted toileting family washrooms are located on the basement level and on the second third and fourth floors All washrooms have a changing station A nursing room is on the ground floor Group Visits Groups of all kinds are welcome to visit the museum We offer many services and amenities for groups to help make your visit an enjoyable one Free Wi Fi Visitors can access free wireless Internet in the museum Free Charging Station A regular plug and a USB plug are available at the entrance of each gallery and in Nature Café Café and Eating Areas Our Nature Café offers snacks and light lunch dishes You are welcome to bring your own snacks and meals Designated eating areas can accommodate small and large groups Water to Drink Water fountains are available on every floor near each bathroom entrance and in other places There is no bottled water for sale in the museum Bank Machine There is a bank machine ATM near the main entrance Payment Methods The museum accepts payment in cash and by debit VISA MasterCard and American Express Telephones There is a pay phone near the theatre entrance Cell mobile phone signals are good almost everywhere in the museum Shopping The Nature Boutique opens a half hour or an hour after the museum depending on the season See hours You do not have to buy admission to the museum in order to shop at the boutique Photography and Location Shoots Visitors may take personal memento photos inside the museum during their visit except where otherwise noted Additional lights and tripods are not permitted For your wedding or other event

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  • Group Visits | Canadian Museum of Nature
    s On Floor Plan Services Groups Group Rates School Groups Group Amenities Glowing Reviews Great experience This museum really encompasses nature in that it displays dinosaurs insects Canadian birds and animals and geology this was the most impressive display for me by far There is a 3D theatre and a special presentation since ended too The food service offered on site is the best by far out of all the museums we visited as well Well worth a visit TripAdvisor TorontoANTo Floor Plan International Versions Our floor plan is available in the following languages PDF English Deutsch German Español Spanish Français French Italiano Italian 日本語 Japanese 普通话 Mandarin Home Plan Your Visit Group Visits View copyright information Martin Lipman Canadian Museum of Nature Close Group Visits A group visit is a great way of exploring the galleries and exhibitions at the Canadian Museum of Nature Thinking about organizing a group visit Maybe you re a tour operator or a teacher planning a trip for your class Everything you need to know about organizing a group tour of the museum can be found right here Group visits are ideal for adult or youth tourist groups visiting Ottawa school groups daycare groups summer camp groups extended families Scouts and Girl Guides seniors tours A group is defined as 15 or more people Reservations are required 613 566 4701 Toll free in Canada and U S A 1 800 263 4433 Fax 613 566 4798 Email reservations mus nature ca Group Tours Gallery Highlights Have one of our educators show you highlights from our fossil water and mammal galleries More information Nature School Programs Reserve Now Give your students an unforgettable experience thanks to our educational activities world class exhibitions and 3D movies Birthday Parties Celebrate at the Museum Give your child aged

    Original URL path: http://nature.ca/en/plan-your-visit/groups (2016-02-07)
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  • Explore Nature | Canadian Museum of Nature
    Museum Corporation History and Buildings Skip Navigation Mobile Apps Our Websites about Nature Blogs Videos and More Home Explore Nature Explore Nature Nature Scoop Nature Scoop Video Series Timely stories on topical subjects in the news and behind the scenes at the Canadian Museum of Nature Expedition Arctic Expedition Arctic Web site Museums experts share their knowledge of Arctic biodiversity plants animals and even fossils Mobile Apps Mobile Apps Enrich your visit to the museum or enjoy some museum experience with you wherever you go Check out our apps Mobile Apps Enrich your visit to the museum or enjoy some museum experience with you wherever you go Check out our apps Our Websites A goldmine of information for your research and homework or simply to quench your curiosity A new home for Parliament Nature Scoop After Parliament burned on Feb 3 1916 the Museum housed the House of Commons and the Senate for 4 years Flora of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago Now Online Data and illustrations for almost 350 taxa of vascular plants Find out more Nature News Newsletter Sign up to hear the latest stories and find out what s happening See the latest newsletter Connect with Us Facebook

    Original URL path: http://nature.ca/en/explore-nature (2016-02-07)
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  • Mobile Apps | Canadian Museum of Nature
    for Families Teachers News Media Event Planners Tour Trade Plan Your Visit Hours Admission Directions Exhibitions What s On Floor Plan Services Groups Explore Nature Mobile Apps Our Websites about Nature Blogs Videos and More Research Collections Collections Research Projects Science Experts Scientific Services Leadership Scientific Publications About Us Support the Museum Products and Services Careers and Volunteering Museum News The Museum Corporation History and Buildings Skip Navigation Mobile Apps Our Websites about Nature Blogs Videos and More Nature Trek Winged Tapestries Moths at Large Home Explore Nature Mobile Apps Mobile Apps Nature Trek Show and tell videos of our researchers and educators lead you through the galleries Winged Tapestries Moths at Large Spectacular images showcase the beauty of dozens of North American moths See range maps and discover fascinating facts about moths in general Connect with Us Facebook Twitter WordPress YouTube RSS Email Canadian Museum of Nature Exploring our natural future Hours Admission Directions Our Exhibitions What s On Membership Group Visits Teacher Zone Mobile Apps Blogs Videos More Our Websites about Nature Collections Online Collection Data Research Projects Science Experts Scientific Services Donors and Sponsors Facility Rentals Birthday Parties Travelling Exhibition Rentals Careers Volunteering Museum News Visit Us

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  • Our Websites about Nature | Canadian Museum of Nature
    and More Research Collections Collections Research Projects Science Experts Scientific Services Leadership Scientific Publications About Us Support the Museum Products and Services Careers and Volunteering Museum News The Museum Corporation History and Buildings Skip Navigation Mobile Apps Our Websites about Nature Blogs Videos and More Expedition Arctic Natural History Notebooks The Nature of the Rideau River Mobile Apps Enrich your visit to the museum or enjoy some museum experience with you wherever you go Check out our apps Home Explore Nature Our Websites about Nature Our Websites about Nature Expedition Arctic Journey with museum experts and Students on Ice to uncover the amazing biodiversity of the Arctic from plants to animals and even fossils Produced with the Virtual Museum of Canada Natural History Notebooks The world s fauna at your fingertips Find fascinating facts about more than 250 animal species in our beautifully illustrated notebooks The Nature of the Rideau River Millions live eat and reproduce in the Rideau River What are they Find out along with our scientists Connect with Us Facebook Twitter WordPress YouTube RSS Email Canadian Museum of Nature Exploring our natural future Hours Admission Directions Our Exhibitions What s On Membership Group Visits Teacher Zone Mobile

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  • Blogs, Videos and More | Canadian Museum of Nature
    Volunteering Museum News The Museum Corporation History and Buildings Skip Navigation Mobile Apps Our Websites about Nature Blogs Videos and More Blog Videos Wallpaper Glowing Reviews I never heard about this before thank you for bringing it to my attention This is the sort of story History Channel should have A reader comment gpcox In the Museum s Blog Home Explore Nature Blogs Videos and More View copyright information iStockphoto com Nancy Louie Nancy Louie Close Blogs Videos and More Parliament burns in 1916 relocates to Museum the next day Watch other videos in the Nature Scoop series Read Our Blog Go behind the scenes through our blog The museum is a lively place Our Video Channel Behind the scenes stories topical tidbits science experts in conversation in the field and in the lab and more Watch enjoy learn Wallpaper For Computer or Mobile Spiff up your wallpaper with one of our stunning photos Try them all Videos Visitors Capture the Museum On our YouTube channel see videos created by our visitors There are so many ways to discover the museum New on Twitter See all tweets The Museum s Blog See all posts House Guests at the Castle Our museum became the seat of Canada s government after fire destroyed the Parliament Buildings in 1916 The House of Commons and Senate stayed for four years Food for Thought Fish Fossils and Evolution of the Human Brain Scott Rufolo writes from Kenya about the importance of tiny fossils in understanding the environment in which our earliest human ancestors lived Find Us on Facebook Visit Our Page on Facebook Browser Plug Ins In order to fully access some of the content on this page you may need to download the following Adobe Flash Player Connect with Us Facebook Twitter WordPress YouTube

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