What To See and Do

Museum Ice Rink

Hours: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., Wednesday to Sunday

  • Respect staff at all times. Listen to and follow staff instructions.
  • Report all accidents or injuries to staff immediately
  • It is mandatory that all skaters ten years of age and under as well as any new skaters of any age wear a CSA approved helmet during skating sessions.
  • It is highly recommended that all skaters wear a CSA approved helmet during skating sessions.
  • Only persons wearing skates are permitted on the ice surface, unless helping a child to skate
  • The middle of the ice surface is reserved for children and less confident skaters.
  • Skate at a sensible and safe speed in the same direction as other skaters.
  • Pucks or sticks are not permitted on the rink.
  • Children age 7 and under must be actively supervised by a responsible person age 16 or older.
  • Users of the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum facilities are personally responsible for ensuring that they are fit to participate in physical activities.  Anyone with a condition affecting his/her ability to participate must take appropriate safety precautions to ensure his/her own safety and is encouraged to be accompanied by an adult who is knowledgeable about their condition.

The following activities are not permitted on the ice at any time; such behaviour could result in immediate removal from the facility.

  • Carrying children (including baby carriers).
  • The use of headsets, cell phones or hand-held electronic devices.
  • Food and drinks.
  • Rough play, speed and figure skating and multiplayer games (i.e. hockey, tag and races), foul language or inappropriate behaviour.

To ensure the safety of all patrons:

  • The time allocated for public skating may be reduced in order to accommodate ice maintenance
  • Staff are responsible for safe skating conditions and will make the final decision, relative to safety considerations

The rink is open weather permitting. Check #MuseumIceRink to see whether you can take skate on the Museum ice rink today.

Back to top