Easter at the Farm

Canada Agriculture and Food Museum
Apr 19, 2019 - Apr 22, 2019
9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Easter at the Farm
9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Fee Description
Family $38, Adult $14, Senior (60+)/Student $12, Youth (3-17) $12

Spring has sprung at the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum! After a long cold winter, the barns and farm have come alive with the arrival of newborn animals. Welcome the soft, little lambs and kid goats, marvel at the rabbits’ silky fur, and observe the fluffy, newly-hatched chicks, ducklings and turkey poults.

New this year! Children can participate in an egg roll race in the meadow — sure to bring laughter for the whole family. Bring a picnic blanket and rubber boots and enjoy what the Canada Agriculture and Food museum has to offer while Eccentric Adam entertains the crowds. Let’s shake, rattle, and roll — enjoy a barn party as DJ Rico puts on great family music. You and your family can dance while awaiting your turn to take a fun photo in the photo booth.

Don’t forget to wear your boots, it’s muddy at the Museum in the spring!

Admission fees from April 19 to 22, 2019:

 Family (6 pers. – max 2 adults):  $38
 Adult:  $14
 Senior (age 60+) / Student*  $12
 Youth (ages 3-17):  $12

*Students must show valid student identification.

As always, members receive unlimited free admission.

In order to be able to offer all of the special Easter programming, admission will be increased between April 19 to 22, 2019.

Special features of Easter at the Farm include:

Extraordinary Eggs!

Eggs aren’t just for breakfast anymore…they can be fun and fascinating too! At this station, visitors will discover all kinds of interesting facts about eggs, compare different types of eggs, and examine uniquely-decorated eggs. They will also enjoy observing fascinating “eggs-periments” in action — and learn how we grade eggs with an egg grader.

Meet the Chicks, Ducklings, and Turkeys!

Can a chick, duckling, and turkey hatch from one of the eggs in your fridge? How long does it take for chicks to hatch? What is a layer? Get the answers to your questions about chickens, ducks, and turkeys — and meet the newly-hatched, fluffy birds!

Craft Corner and Springtime Quiz

Let your creativity flow with an Easter-themed craft. Visitors can spin the wheel and test their knowledge of springtime trivia; prizes include delicious, chocolate eggs!

Face Painting 

Extra fees apply
The Painted Pixie will be on site to work her magic!

Meet the Lambs and Kids

What would Easter be without soft, gentle lambs and kid goats? Come meet the museum’s woolly newborns up close at this demonstration.

Meet the Rabbits

Learn interesting details about the rabbit’s life cycle, and explore why this animal has such a close association with Easter. Participants will have a chance to pet one of these special Easter animals.

Rabbit Agility

Saturday only: 10 a.m., 12:30 p.m., and 3 p.m.
Cheer on the rabbits as they race through an obstacle course in a demonstration of rabbit agility! Presented by the Renfrew County 4-H Rabbit Racers.

Easter Barn Dance and Photo Booth (sponsored by the Ingenium Membership Program)

Daily: Ongoing party from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Children will hop like rabbits, skip like goats, and dance in celebration of spring’s arrival! The Ol’ Cereal Barn will come alive after the long winter months with a fabulous spring dance party. Switch your rubber boots for dancing shoes, then dance like no one is watching! Grove to DJ Rico’s fabulous music mix, and don’t miss the free photo booth — your family photo will make a great memento!

Eccentric Adam

Daily: Ongoing activity from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Find Adam Eccentric on site. Playfulness as a state of being is what Adam is all about. More funny business than imaginable! Come watch as Adam entertains the crowds.

Easter Egg Roll (weather permitting)

Daily: Ongoing activity from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Please register your child in the meadow for a fun and friendly race for all ages. Participants will receive a chocolate.

Food Services

Ongoing, extra fees apply
Food and drink options will be available during Easter at the Farm.