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Earth Days @ the Manitoba Museum

April 21 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

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A promo graphic for Earth Days @ the Manitoba Museum. On the left is a photo of a child pointing out an aspect of a digital exhibit. On the right, below the event title and next to a cartoon-style globe, text reads, "Celebrate Investigate Initiate Change / April 20 & 21 / 10 am to 4 pm / Get Your Tickets!".

Celebrate • Investigate • Initiate Change

Join us Saturday, April 20 & Sunday, April 21 for Earth Days @ the Manitoba Museum as we explore ways we can work together to combat climate change with special programming in the Museum Galleries, Planetarium, and Science Gallery.

Discover different animals, their habitats and their vital roles in nature with a scavenger hunt through the Museum Galleries; get into the conservation game with a fun and educational board game where you’ll learn about the impact of plastics on our planet; and don’t forget to visit the Planetarium, where you’ll marvel at how satellites monitor the Earth’s changing climate. Let’s learn how to keep our planet healthy together.


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Adult (18-64) Senior (65+) Youth (3-17) or with Student ID Child 0-2 Museum Members Indigenous Peoples
Earth Days Pass
(Includes access to all three venues)
$27 $24 $19 FREE FREE FREE



GenAction logo.This event is generously supported by GenAction, a project funded by the Government of Canada’s Climate Action and Awareness Fund.




Museum Galleries  

Self-guided Earth Days Trail
10 am to 4 pm

Hand holding a pencil over a paper held in a clipboard. Part of a Museum diorama is blurry in the background.

Discover different animals, their habitats, and their vital roles in nature on a self-guided trail through the Museum Galleries. With your trail guide in hand, look for our numbered Earth Days icons hidden throughout the galleries; fill in the answer to the question at each stop to find the letters needed to complete the sentence. Don’t forget to enter your completed trail guide in a draw for a prize! 



Earth Days Reflection Wall
10 am to 4 pm 

Two children placing sticky notes on a blue wall filled with other previously placed notes.

As you celebrate Earth Day with us, consider our relationship to the Earth and how our everyday actions shape the world we live in. At the end of your Earth Days self-guided tour, pause and reflect at our Earth Day Reflection Wall and ask yourself: 

What action will I take to keep our environment healthy? How do I want to see the future unfold? 




We are Guardians
11:00 am & 1:30 pm 

Show poster: Picture looking out over an expanse of water, with lines forming the globe of the Earth in the sky on a fuchsia background. Text across the globe reads, "We Are Guardians". Text below reads, “How satellites help us to save the planet”. The National Space Centre and NSC Creative logos are in the bottom corners.

We Are Guardians is a highly immersive, leading-edge look at the role of satellites in orbit around Earth – how they monitor the effects of a changing climate, and how the information they provide will be crucial in our fight to reduce harmful emissions.  

This program communicates the serious issue of climate change in a way that is more accessible to children. It is rated for ages 5 and up.


Atlas of a Changing Earth
12:15 pm & 3:00 pm 

Show poster: View of the Earth from space. The title is overlaid on top, "Atlas of a Changing Earth".

Using stunning, latest-generation imagery from space, Atlas of a Changing Earth takes viewers into the dynamic processes causing coastal glaciers in Greenland and Antarctica to melt and explores how rising seas could threaten coastlines the world over.   




Science Gallery

A youth placing a game piece on a game board labelled "Trash Sorting Activity".Planet vs Plastics Board Game
10:30 am to 3:30 pm 

Have you ever wondered how much a single piece of plastic can affect our planet? Join us for a fun and educational board game adventure to find out how to help our environment! Created by the Manitoba Museum’s Youth Climate Alliance.


April 21
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
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