‘Tis the season for family fun…make the Canada Science and Technology Museum part of your holiday tradition!
Join us as we celebrate the season with fun activities, suitable for all ages. Stroll through our interactive galleries and discover an array of artifacts — from tiny to enormous — that highlight the importance of science and technology in all aspects of our lives. Then, roll up your sleeves for some hands-on activities in Exploratek, our makerspace studio. You can also sit down and relax at the Demo Stage, as you enjoy our Cryo-Genius show.
Date: December 14, 2019
Times: 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.
Fee: Non-members: 17$ + tax | Members: 15$ (2$ discount with promo code) + tax
Age: 8 and up
Fan of the DIY movement? Want to fabricate a thoughtful gift for the holidays? You are invited to use your creativity to make a handmade gift.
Want to improve your sewing AND circuitry skills at the same time? Join us for an electronic textile workshop — just in time for the holidays! Explore how to incorporate sewable circuitry components using conductive thread into your very own hand-made plushie! Use your creativity to design and decorate your plushie; the result might just be the perfect gift for your special someone.
Registration is required. Parents/guardians must remain at the museum for the duration of the workshop, and are welcome to attend the session.
Ingenium members will receive a discount code to apply towards the admission fee! Watch for the discount code in the exclusive member newsletter.
When: Daily from December 21, 2019 to January 5, 2020
Times: From 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Take part in a new and inspiring design challenge at Exploratek! Assemble an automata — a mechanical sculpture that moves with a crank. Next, take inspiration from its movement and create a wintery scene out of the tinkering supplies. Share a photo or video of your creation on your social media channels using the hashtag #Exploratek.
Limited space available — first come, first served. No registration required.
On display until January 26, 2020
Do women and girls, as well as their parents, educators, and employers, see themselves equitably represented in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) fields?
Women have made significant contributions to STEM – and continue to do so – but their stories are often untold. Why is that? This travelling display shares some of these stories and provides recognition for the crucial role of women in STEM.
Through text and images, the display tells the stories of historical and contemporary Women in STEM, their scientific contributions as well as their challenges in the face of persistent systemic barriers.