Museums

Royal Alberta Museum Play Boxes

Go back in time! Dig for treasure! Be a dinosaur! Enjoy the magic of the Children’s Gallery at home! The Royal Alberta Museum Play Box is a unique box of curated items that promote sensory play and learning for young children. RAM Play Box is only available through local curbside
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Art Gallery of Alberta Free Admission Evenings are the perfect chance to visit the gorgeous AGA! Explore the galleries on Tuesdays and Wednesday evenings
Free Admission for Kids at Art Gallery of Alberta

Looking for a fun day out with your kids? You’ll love that you can get Free Admission for Kids at Art Gallery of Alberta! Every single day, the AGA offers FREE admission to anyone under 18, plus anyone enrolled in post-secondary education, regardless of age! There is great programming for
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Canadian Energy Museum
Canadian Energy Museum

The Canadian Energy Museum — formerly Leduc #1 Energy Discovery Centre — is dedicated to preserving a spirit of discovery, innovation and education while celebrating where we came from and where we are going. On February 13, 1947, Imperial Oil’s Leduc #1 gushed out oil and forever changed the face
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Discovery Backpack Program at Alberta Aviation Museum
*Temporarily Closed Due to Covid-19* Discovery Backpack Program at the Alberta Aviation Museum

***Effective December 13, 2020, Alberta Aviation Museum is temporarily closed in accordance with mandatory lockdown set forth by the Alberta Government and Alberta Health Services. Enhance your Alberta Aviation Museum family experience by embarking on self-guided escapades with a custom Discovery Backpack activity kit. Designed for kids ages 4 –
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Royal Alberta Museum
Royal Alberta Museum

The Royal Alberta Museum tells the story of Alberta’s history unlike any other space before it. The stunning space features expanded displays showcasing the history of our province’s people, animals and places, as well as a larger Bug Gallery with visible hatchery, and a Children’s Gallery (temporarily closed due to
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Ripley's Believe it or Not
*Closed due to Covid-19* The Science of Ripley’s Believe It or Not at TELUS World of Science Edmonton

***Closed due to Covid-19. Believe it or not, the next feature gallery to take up residence at the TELUS World of Science Edmonton is going to stretch the limits of what you think is really possible. Visit the Science of Ripley’s Believe It or Not at the Science Centre from
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Royal Alberta Museum
Free Admission to the Royal Alberta Museum for Alberta Culture Days

Alberta Culture Days is a month long celebration this year, showcasing the diverse arts and culture in our province. There are activities and events being held all over Alberta, including FREE admission to many museums and provincial heritage sites. The Royal Alberta Museum is offering free admission from September 25
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The Nature Exchange
Collect, Investigate and Share at the Nature Exchange

“You mean, we can take one of these HOME???” my daughter asked incredulously, standing over a tidy row of (preserved but still very lifelike) furry-legged tarantulas, each larger than the size of my hand. The subject of her sheer elation was also my greatest fear. In true mom fashion, I
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Curiouscity
The Magical World of CuriousCITY at TWOSE

It’s jaw-dropping. The TELUS World of Science Edmonton has done it again. Their children’s gallery, CuriousCITY, is a magical miniature world that kids will love, learn and get lost in. The gallery has been in the works for months and CEO Alan Nursall took the wraps off it on Thursday,
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SPACE Gallery TELUS World of Science
Launch Intrigue at the SPACE Gallery at the TELUS World of Science

My 4-year-old daughter is currently obsessed with Pluto. She has a keen interest in space in general, but Pluto is getting the most attention right now – and is the subject of most of her space-related questions. How cold is Pluto? Why is it a dwarf planet and not a
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