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Hours of Operation

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All Attractions
Tuesday to Sunday
Open 10 am to 4 pm

Monday
Closed

 

See Planetarium show
schedule, here.

 

Museum Shop
Saturday & Sunday
Open 10 am to 4 pm

 

We look forward to seeing you!


Face masks are strongly recommended for all visitors
(age 5+) at the Manitoba Museum.


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

 

Planetarium

 

All Attractions
Tuesday to Sunday • Open 10 am – 4 pm
Monday • Closed

See Planetarium show schedule below.

 

Purchase your tickets online, HERE.

 

Save 25% when you bundle all three core attractions!

 


Show Schedule until December 2

 

Tuesday – Friday

11:15 am: Legends of the Northern Sky

3:00 pm: Explore

 

Saturday – Sunday

11:00 am: Magic Globe

12:15 pm: Explore

1:30 pm: Manitoba Skies

3:00 pm: Explore

 

Planetarium shows are 45 minutes long.

 

Fête de la science

The Manitoba Museum is excited to be partnering with Fête de la science to present feature Planetarium screenings in French! On these dates, we will be offering the following shows:

Jeudi 10 novembre à 10 h – Le Globe Enchanté (en français) /
Thursday, November 10, 10:00 am – Magic Globe (in French)

Samedi 12 novembre à 10 h 15 – Le Globe Enchanté (en français) /
Saturday, November 12, 10:15 am – Magic Globe (in French)

Jeudi 17 novembre à 10 h – Atlas of a Changing Earth (en anglais) /
Thursday, November 17, 10:00 am – Atlas of a Changing Earth (in English)

Samedi 19 novembre à 10 h 15Le Globe Enchanté (en français) /
Saturday, November 19, 10:15 amMagic Globe (in French)

Jeudi 24 novembre à 10 h – Le Globe Enchanté (en français) /
Thursday, November 24, 10:00 am – Magic Globe (in French)

Samedi 26 novembre à 10 h 15 – Le Globe Enchanté (en français) /
Saturday, November 26, 10:15 am – Magic Globe (in French)

 

Explore
(for All Ages)

Explore takes audiences to Mars, with stops throughout history to discover the knowledge needed to voyage to other worlds. From the first skywatchers trying to understand the motions of the heavens, to the future generation of explorers who will travel to Mars, Explore follows humanity’s drive to explore our universe.

 

 

Legends of the Northern Sky
(for All Ages)

The Indigenous people of North America connect with the night sky in fundamental ways that resonate with their world. In Legends of the Northern Sky, we learn and appreciate their stories in the stars and in turn, learn a little bit more about the spirit that connects us all.

Take a dangerous expedition south to retrieve summer and return it to the frozen north alongside Ocek, the fisher, and his band of animal friends. And, learn how the great bully, the giant bear Mista Maskwa, was finally tamed by a brave band of birds.

Legends of the Northern Sky is generously supported by Travel Manitoba.

 

 

Magic Globe
(for Families)

While vacationing with her grandpa, 8-year-old Mia accidentally discovers a mysterious machine that changes the world’s seasons – and has to find a way to change them back once she realizes how important they are to life on Earth!

 

 

 

Magic Globe is generously supported by Travel Manitoba.

 

 

 

Manitoba Skies:
(for All Ages)

Take a guided tour of Manitoba’s night sky. This live show, presented by our planetarium staff, highlights the constellations, planets, and celestial events that you can see on clear evenings, and answer your space questions.

 

 

 


Upcoming Show Schedule – December 3 onwards

Tuesday – Friday

11:15 am: Legends of the Northern Sky

3:00 pm: Explore

 

Saturday – Sunday

11:00 am: The Alien Who Stole Christmas

12:15 pm: Season of Light

1:30 pm: Manitoba Skies

3:00 pm: Season of Light

 

Planetarium shows are 45 minutes long.

 

The Alien Who Stole Christmas

(for Families)

Take a Winter Star Walk, followed by a familiar tale with a twist as Santa and an alien visit all of the planets on Christmas Eve.

 

 

 

 

Season of Light
(for All Ages)

Take an exploration of the astronomical meanings behind seasonal traditions, including the “Star over Bethlehem”.

 

 

 

 


Visitor Maps

Download a PDF copy of our Visitor Map HERE.

Visitor Map

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