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Muséoparc Vanier Museopark

The School of Insects

Insects are essential to natural habitats and the other living beings in them. The school of insects activity allows students to learn more about insect body parts and their diet.

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Footprint and Sculpture

Make animal prints molds and take home a souvenir of Richelieu Forest. You can do the same with fossils and learn more about the hardening of matter. https://museoparc.ca/programmes-scolaires/

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Versatile Plants

Different plants have different uses and it is important to know about them. You will learn information about medicinal, edible and toxic plants in this workshop. Can you recognize all

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Laughy Taffy!

Making maple syrup requires a good understanding of the sugar bush operation, accurate measurement of maple product refinement, and the execution of several manual tasks. Show students the cycle of

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Pioneer Toys

Pioneer children didn’t have the Internet or video games, but they sure knew how to entertain themselves. Come and learn how to make your own toys out of paper and

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Simple Machines

Explore the use of simple machines and how they make our everyday lives easier. Watson’s Mill is filled with levers, inclined planes, wheels & axles, wedges, pulleys, and screws. together

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Lock Talks

Discover the Ottawa Locks, set next to majestic Parliament Hill in the heart of the nation’s capital. Travel back to the early 19th century when Colonel By and his workers

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Picture of Bytown Museum Canal

Builders of the City 

This tour focuses on the people who have influenced the city’s cultural, social, and political history, and how interactions between various groups helped shape our city right up until today,

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History Explorers

History Explorers is a scavenger hunt that allows students to have some fun while learning about Ottawa’s, and Canada’s, history. To complete this interactive and investigative program, students will use

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A green sign reads "Osgoode Township Museum" and is nestled within green and burgundy heritage plants.

Goode Gardeners

Join us at the museum to learn all about early rural settler gardeners! Explore the tools rural settlers needed to grow essential produce in their gardens in our Agricultural Museum

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