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Hours of Operation

Effective May 9, the Museum will be closed to the public temporarily, to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.


at the Manitoba Museum

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*Hours of operation vary for holidays.

[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, every Thursday at 7 pm. 

There are three ways to watch our program LIVE – register on Zoom (links below), or join us on the Museum’s Facebook and YouTube pages. 

Click here for past episodes and activities…

We’d love to hear what you think of [email protected]! Click here to fill out a survey. 

UPCOMING EPISODES OF [email protected]

[email protected] | JUNE 10 | 7 PM CDT

Photo credit: S. Young

In case you weren’t up at dawn, we’ll show view of this morning’s solar eclipse as seen from Manitoba and across Canada. We’ll also look ahead to April 2024, when the next total solar eclipse crosses the North American continent!

Register on Zoom or join us on Facebook or YouTube live!

[email protected] | JUNE 17 | 7 PM CDT

Astronomers tell us that summer begins in the northern hemisphere on Sunday, June 20th at 10:32 pm Central Daylight Time. How do they know, and what does that even mean? Celebrate the Solstice with the [email protected] crew and get ready for a summer of amazing skywatching.

Register on Zoom or join us on Facebook or YouTube live!

[email protected] | JUNE 24 | 7 PM CDT

Photo credit: Stellarium/S. Young/Manitoba Museum

Finally, more planets are appearing in the sky… if you can stay up late enough for it to get dark. Both Jupiter and Saturn rise near midnight, and they are joined by the Moon for a few days at the end of June. Preview this celestial alignment and find out about our [email protected] Summer Stargazing Specials in July and August!

Register on Zoom or join us on Facebook or YouTube live!


DOME @HOME is free thanks to the generous support of

Steinbach Credit Union


You can donate to support future Museum programs here.