Dinos After Dusk
August 10 • 7 pm – 11 pm
Get ready for a prehistoric party! Dinos After Dusk features a night of fun including:

– Guided tours to learn about what Manitoba was like during the age of dinosaurs
– Music and black light dancing all night long courtesy of King Cabernet
– Dino obstacle course with Canada Games Sport for Life Centre
– Make your own crazy giant dinosaur hat with Art City
– Free pizza snack included
– Cash bar and signature refreshment
– Access to the Museum Galleries starting at 9 pm

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Solar Eclipse Viewing Party                                       
Museum Plaza
August 21 • 11:30 am – 2:30 pm

Get ready for this summer’s solar eclipse! In Manitoba, the sun will be 70% eclipsed – join us at the Museum as we view the event LIVE with safe solar telescopes. We’ll also have a live feed from the central eclipse path, showing the awe-inspiring total solar eclipse.

For more information or for eclipse viewing tips, click here.

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Get the Most Out the Eclipse!
Shop Hours:
Daily: 11 am – 5 pm
Friday: 11 am – 9 pm
Watch the upcoming eclipse on August 21 safely with these Eclipse Glasses available at the Museum Shop for only $3/pair or 4/$10.


Summer Day Camps
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The Manitoba Museum offers two different summer camps. Themes for weeks 1 and 2 alternate throughout the summer so your kids can enjoy a single week or two weeks in a row! Sibling discount is available. Summer camps include a variety of hands-on science and immersive history activities including:

  • NEW! World’s Giant Dinosaurs
  • Nine Museum Galleries
  • Science Gallery
  • Planetarium
  • …and field trips!

For full summer camp descriptions, click here.

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Rocket Summer Camp
August 9
A BRAND NEW program for kids aged 9-12 takes flight at the Manitoba Museum this summer! Spend the day exploring how rockets work and build your own flying model that can soar up to 500 feet in the air!. Rockets will be launched at a special event on Saturday, August 12.

For more information on the one-day rocket camp, click here

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NEW DATE ADDED – Book Now!
DinoSnores: A Night at the Museum

Saturday, August 26-27
The first family sleepover sold out so don’t delay, buy your tickets now! Travel back in time and explore the world of dinosaurs. Investigate Manitoba’s history in the Museum Galleries. Discover the wonders of the universe in the Planetarium. See things flash and go bang during demonstrations in the Science Gallery. Enjoy pizza, snacks, crafts and a scavenger hunt. Stay awake for a flashlight tour of the Museum Galleries and a showing of Night at the Museum! Your family is sure to have an experience of a lifetime; one that they will never forget!

$79 General / $71 Members / $49 Child / $44 Child member
Tickets available online only.

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Dinos Before Dinner
August 11 and 25 • 6:15pm
What we know about dinosaurs has changed since you were a kid! Join our guided tour of World’s Giant Dinosaurs. After the tour, you’ll receive a coupon to save 10% on your food order at BluFish Sushi so you can feed your dino-sized appetite. Your tour is included with admission; however, you must register at reception upon arrival – first come first served.


Parks Canada
Our friends from Parks Canada will be spending time in our Museum Galleries this summer.

Pop-up Tuesdays
August 15 and 29 • 12 pm – 3 pm
You never know what activities are going to pop on on Tuesdays.  Maybe you’ll get to make a magnet or maybe take a photo in front of their green screen!

Bleat, Bugle, Snort and Grunt!
Wednesdays • 11 am4 pm
Learn about the sounds and tracks of animals living in Riding Mountain National Park.

What’s on the Menu?
Fridays • 11 am – 4 pm
Find out which animal is at the top of the food chain and how the animals live together in Riding Mountain National Park.


PLANETARIUM: LIMITED TIME – Chasing the Shadow: This Summer’s Solar Eclipse
Daily • 1 & 4 pm
An educational full-dome theatre show developed by Manitoba Museum staff, Chasing the Shadow explores the mystery of eclipses throughout history and highlights the solar eclipse visible from Manitoba on August 21. Discover why this amazing event occurs, and how and when to view it safely.