Visit the Canada Aviation and Space Museum over March Break and learn All About Space! Each day, the museum will focus on a different aspect of basic astronaut training. Learn about flight training, parachute training, and more – with fun, interactive activities. Watch daily demonstrations of Shaping the Future in Space, or take part in self-guided craft activities. Activities will be available for children of all ages.
Demonstrations and Activities
Daily at 11 a.m. except on Sunday, March 4 and 11
Build a rocket ship, climb aboard, and blast off. Once In Space, put on your jetpack, and go on a spacewalk to repair your ship. After a quick snack on the Moon, fly back to Earth!
Shaping the Future in Space
Discover new experiments that could improve human living conditions in Space.
Breathing on Mars
Could humans breathe on Mars? Learn what the atmosphere on Mars is made of.
Ejection Seat Demonstration
Self- Guided Craft Activities
10:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Partners and Special Guests
The Professional Engineers of Ontario
Saturday, March 10 - 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
The Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO) ensure that the public is protected and that individuals and companies providing engineering services uphold a strict code of professional ethics and conduct. This group of engineers will be at the Museum to help kids design and build their own creations and will ensure that these new structures are safe to use.
Mission Control Space Services
Mission Control Space Services is a Canadian space technology company located in Ottawa, positioning themselves at the intersection of machine learning and space exploration. The company will be streaming video and data from its latest Mars rover prototype deployment for a project with the Canadian Space Agency, in White Sands, New Mexico.
Majinx: Professor Wick’s Incredible Magic Factory
Sunday, March 11 at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Professor Wick invites you on a tour of his Incredible Magic Factory, where he designs and constructs magical props. As he’ll tell you himself, some of his best ideas come from the pages of books such as Alice in Wonderland, Aladdin, Pinocchio, and Peter Pan. Pulling some of these classics off the shelf, the professor brings their magic to life as he floats on a magic carpet, steps through a mirror, and even turns a puppet into a real person. These are just a few of the magical adventures in store for audiences when they enter the wonderful world of Professor Wick.Back to top