Winter Frolic at the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum

Hours and Location

Winter Frolic at the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum

Canada Agriculture and Food Museum
DateDec 22, 2021 - Jan 2, 2022
Time9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
A graphical image depicts a little gingerbread man skating under a star-studded night sky. Stylized green-and-white trees stand along the snowy horizon, and a crescent Moon is visible.
Onsite and Online
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Bundle up and join us at the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum this holiday season! Lace up your skates and enjoy the fresh wintry air on our outdoor skating rink (weather dependent). Then, warm up inside as you learn about wool and create a fun felted craft.

Onsite activities at the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum

The museum will be open with advanced ticketing and COVID-19 safety protocols in place. For admission details and to book your ticket, see Visitor Information.

Enjoy the magic of a snowy, fresh-air experience on the museum’s outdoor skating rink (weather dependent). Next, take a break from the wintry air as you learn how to turn sheep’s fleece into warm wool clothing and make a fun felted craft.

Plan Your Visit

Outdoor Skating Rink

Offered daily, weather dependent

Bring your helmet and skates and join in on this classic Canadian winter activity under the Pavilion.

Learn more about the skating rink

From Sheep to Sweater Discovery Station PLUS Pinecone People Craft

Offered daily at 10 a.m. to 11 a.m., 12 p.m. to 1 p.m., and 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.

A pinecone is decorated with a wooden bead head, green toque, and red scarf to look like a person.

Discover fun facts about sheep and their wool, see the felting process in action, then use some felt yourself to complete a fun festive craft!

Online activities

Looking to toast the holiday season at home? Check out two delicious recipes with step-by-step instructions you can take in from the comfort of home.