DISCOVER CANADA’S NATIONAL MUSEUMS

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The Museums Passport is valid for general admission over 3 consecutive days starting from the day of your first visit. Available for $35, it is valid for 3 visits to museums of your choice among the 6 participating national museums presented on this website. Each accompanying child (age 17 and under) receives a 30% discount on general admission. Questions? Contact 1-844-878-8333.

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CANADA AGRICULTURE AND FOOD MUSEUM

901 Prince of Wales Drive
Ottawa, ON
613-991-3044
TF: 1-866-442-4416
ingeniumcanada.org

The Farm in the Heart of the City! The Museum offers programs and exhibitions on Canada’s agricultural heritage, food literacy, and on the benefits and relationship of agricultural science and technology to Canadians’ everyday lives. Visit the animal barns and explore the captivating exhibitions. Celebrate a Canadian crop in the Museum’s newest exhibition — Canola! Seeds of Innovation. Other exhibitions include Tractors, Food Preservation: The Science You Eat (presented by Nestlé Canada), and Discovery Park.

CANADA AVIATION AND SPACE MUSEUM

AVIATION AND SIR GEORGE-ÉTIENNE CARTIER PARKWAYS
Ottawa, ON
613-991-3044
TF: 1-866-442-4416
IngeniumCanada.org

The Museum presents the complete story of Canada’s rich aviation and aerospace heritage. The Collection itself consists of more than 130 aircraft and artifacts (propellers, engines) from both civil and military service.  The most extensive aviation collection in Canada, it is also considered one of the finest aviation museums in the world.  Visitors can explore the story of flight through demonstrations, guided tours, and more!

Museum Highlights: Largest surviving piece of the famous Avro Arrow; the original Canadarm used on the Endeavour space shuttle; Lancaster WWII bomber; Life in Orbit: The International Space Station exhibition.

CANADIAN MUSEUM OF HISTORY

100 Laurier street
Gatineau, QC
819-776-7000
TF: 1-800-555-5621  •  TTY: 819-776-7003
historymuseum.ca

Discover the wealth of Canada’s cultural heritage as you travel across years of history at the most visited museum in Canada. Take in the beauty of this architectural jewel and its spectacular setting on the banks of the Ottawa River. Marvel at the world’s largest collection of totem poles, and explore the traditions and achievements of Canada’s First Peoples. Tour our many exhibitions, be a kid again at the Canadian Children's Museum and live the ultimate cinema experience at CINÉ+.

CANADIAN MUSEUM OF NATURE

240 McLeod street (at Metcalfe)
Ottawa, ON
613-566-4700
TF: 1-800-263-4433  •  TTY: 613-566-4770
nature.ca

Canada is all about nature and no trip to Ottawa is complete without a visit to the Canadian Museum of Nature where you will discover Canada’s diverse nature under one roof. See iconic Canadian mammals shown in their natural habitats; Canada’s original collection of dinosaur fossils, including more than 30 complete skeletons; an enormous blue whale skeleton; rocks, minerals, meteorites; Canada's birds; and live insects!

CANADIAN WAR MUSEUM

1 Vimy Place
Ottawa, ON
819-776-8600
TF: 1-800-555-5621  •  TTY: 819-776-7003
warmuseum.ca

Canada's rich military history is showcased through artifacts, personal stories, artwork, photos and interactive presentations. Tour the extensive permanent exhibitions and expand your knowledge of the conflicts that shaped Canada, Canadians and the world. Rest and reflect in Memorial Hall. Discover the Museum's fascinating architectural theme. And chat with a veteran to let history come alive.
 

NATIONAL GALLERY OF CANADA

380 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, ON
613-990-1985
TTY: 613-990-0777
gallery.ca

The National Gallery of Canada is the proud home of the world’s most comprehensive collection of Canadian art. Discover masterpieces by Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven, and the art of First Nations, Metis and Inuit artists in Canada. This award-winning architectural gem located at the heart of Canada’s capital, renowned for its stunning views of the Ottawa River and Parliament Hill, spacious galleries and quiet courtyards, is in itself worth the visit.

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