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Hours of Operation

.

All Attractions open
Thursday – Sunday
11 am – 5 pm

 

See Planetarium show
schedule, here.

 

We look forward to seeing you!


FACE MASKS ARE REQUIRED
at the Manitoba Museum.

This policy will be in place
until further notice.


Click for Holiday Hours
Hours of operation vary for different holidays.

 

Victoria Day (May 23)
All attractions open
11 am – 5 pm

 

[email protected]

The Manitoba Museum presents [email protected], a weekly series of FREE virtual programming inviting Manitobans to explore the universe.

Join Planetarium Astronomer Scott Young as we identify constellations and planets in the real sky, discover upcoming celestial events, and look at trending space science and astronomy news. 

As pioneering Canadian astronomer Helen Sawyer Hogg always said, “The stars belong to everyone.” Learn how to find your stars and get to know the night sky, Thursdays at 7 pm. 

Click here for past episodes and activities…

We’d love to hear from you about the [email protected] program! Please fill out our survey!

 

UPCOMING EPISODES OF [email protected]

 

[email protected] | MAY 19, 2022 | 7 PM CDT

Image credit: NASA/Don Davis

This weekend, dinosaurs descend on the Manitoba Museum and the Planetarium! On [email protected] this week, we’ll provide a sneak peak of the new dinosaur Planetarium show before it premieres this weekend. We’ll also talk to the Museum’s Curator of Geology and Paleontology, Dr. Graham Young, about the asteroid impact that killed the dinosaurs, and other impacts that have occurred right here in Manitoba.

Join us on Facebook or YouTube live! 

 

[email protected] | MAY 26, 2022 | 7 PM CDT

Image credit: Scott D. Young

The two most-explored planets beyond Earth are near each other in the morning sky, and finally high enough to spot easily. This week on [email protected], we’ll look at the upcoming observing seasons for both Mars and Jupiter, and speak to Dr. Ed Cloutis, a Winnipeg scientist who works on the Mars Perseverance rover!

We’ll also have updates on the Artemis moon mission and other cool space stuff.

Join us on Facebook or YouTube live! 

 


 

[email protected]  is free!

You can donate to support future Museum programs here.

 

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