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Hours of Operation

Open Weekends

Saturdays, Sundays & Mondays in July 

11 am – 5 pm

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*Hours of operation vary for holidays.

Toddler Takeover

A 4-Week Interactive Experience for Toddlers & Their Adults

$78 for all 4 weeks / $68 for members
$22 to drop in for one or more weeks

Pre-registration is required to attend.


Designed with your toddler’s development in mind, we aim to inspire your little one’s sense of discovery and imagination as we travel through the Manitoba Museum’s unique galleries.

Toddlers actively explore their environment and the world around them through play.

Every week, toddlers will “take over” a new gallery and explore history and nature through mindful (sometimes messy) activities and through hands-on interactions with objects from the Museum’s handling collection. After the program, everyone is welcome to explore the Museum Galleries for as long as they would like.

Time: 9:30 am -11 am


April 8 – EARTH HISTORY:  Toddlers will travel back in time to learn about the dinosaurs.

April 15 – WINNIPEG GALLERY: Toddlers will take a stroll through Winnipeg in the 1920s and discover the work of community helpers.

APRIL 22 – PARKLANDS: How do animals survive out in the wild? Where do they live? Who takes care of them?  Together we will discover life in the Parklands.

APRIL 29 – ARCTIC: Explore the watery world of the sea, as we discover animal life on the coast and in the waves as we enjoy a chilly beach day in the Arctic Gallery.

 Drop In Session
General $22+GST

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4 Week Program
General $78 +GST / Members $68 +GST

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Each visit includes a sensory experience in one of the Museum Galleries, as well as some classroom time where we sing songs and do hands-on activities.

This program is designed for toddlers and children aged 18 months to 3 years old.


For information, please contact Corinne Antoniuk: [email protected] / 204-988-0671.