Located on a national heritage site, the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum is the world’s only working farm in the heart of a capital city. The museum offers visitors a unique opportunity to see diverse breeds of farm animals — important to past and present Canadian agriculture — and to learn about the food they eat. Museum guides offer daily interpretation activities, offering visitors the chance to ask questions along the way. Located just ten minutes from downtown Ottawa, the museum is easily accessible. Visit by car, bicycle or public transit.
PARKING AND DROP-OFF
Ample motor coach parking and convenient drop-off for buses.
The museum has a wheelchair on site which is available at no extra cost.
Explore the museum at your own pace with a self-guided visit.
To be eligible for group rates, your group must have a minimum of 15 persons. Reservations are required — please contact us or fill out a reservation request form.
Senior (age 60+) / Student*: $9
Youth (ages 3-17): $8
Child (age 2 and under): Free
Bus driver and 1 tour leader: Free
All admission prices do not include applicable taxes and are subject to change without notice.
*Students must show valid student identification.
Admission is free daily between 4 p.m. and 5 p.m.
The museum offers an array of virtual and on-site educational experiences that will inspire and delight children of all ages. In addition, the AgVenture outreach program brings a hands-on, fun and educational experience right into your classroom or community centre!
Our team of reservation specialists are happy to answer your questions and book a visit that your group won’t soon forget. Contact our Customer Engagement Team today to request more information or to access preferential group rates: