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Are the kids getting a little antsy? Take them to see the real thing at the Canadian Museum of Nature. Farmers, Warriors, Builders: The Hidden Life of Ants—an exhibition of 39 large-scale photos by award-winning photographer Mark W. Moffetjust opened at the popular downtown museum. This travelling exhibition is organized by the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History. Continue reading

Canadian Museum of Nature

Did you know that the official name of our museum building is the Victoria Memorial Museum Building? Situated on McLeod Street in Ottawa, it has been the home of the Canadian Museum of Nature (formerly the National Museum of Natural … Continue reading

Dino Lovers, Cast Your Votes

“Who” will it be: Stumpy, Canadian Club, Mystery Jaw, Regal Ed or Headrosaur? Those are the five “dinostars” vying for the title of Dino Idol at the Canadian Museum of Nature. Check them out and pick your fave! Through March 17, visitors to Canada’s national natural history museum can cast a vote at this display and contest that will help contribute to the museum’s next dinosaur research project. Continue reading


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Nature Yoga @ the Museum

Connect with nature from a new perspective at Ottawa’s Museum of nature! Nature Yoga allows you to explore your inner self while surrounded by the museum’s beautiful and unique exhibitions. Continue reading

NatureTalks will get you talking about science

Want to expand your mind and feed your curiosity in 2014? Don’t miss NatureTalks.  Presented by The Canadian Museum of Nature, it’s an exciting new opportunity to explore science and its role in our lives. Continue reading

Rock the Museum!

Popular Nature Nocturne returns March 22 Continue reading

Staycations – Stay put for the best vacation of all

Looking for an amazing vacation with your family that doesn’t break the bank? Pssst: You’re here! Continue reading

Students on Ice

Three Ottawa Teens are Part of an Incredible, International Arctic Expedition
You could call it “epic”

Photos by Lee Narraway Continue reading