What to See and Do
Attention all pilots and astronauts in training! These programs designed especially for kids are sure to capture the imagination.
Take in these aviation adventures at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum:
Rocket Adventures (ages 4-7)
Sundays in May at 11 a.m., in the Theatre
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!
Saturdays in February and March, and Sundays in April and June at 11 a.m., in the Theatre (will be on April 8 instead of April 9, and June 24 instead of June 25)
Listen to a cool story, put on your spacesuit, climb aboard your space box and blast off to see the stars before landing on the Moon.
Kids' Tours (ages 4 to 7)
Every Saturday at 11 a.m.
Bring your children every Saturday at 11 a.m. for specially designed kids’ tours. Tours take 45 to 60 minutes.
Manna from the Sky
Saturdays in May, 11 a.m.
Meet Pilot Bob and learn about the Lancaster named Bad Penny, which flew the first food drop of Operation Manna in 1945, in the Netherlands. Then, take part in a parachute candy drop! (Presented in collaboration with the Royal Netherlands Embassy).
The Kuujjuaq Christmas Candy Drop
Sundays in December, 11 a.m.
Discover a Nunavik holiday tradition! Participate in a candy drop while learning about famous Inuk bush pilot Johnny May and his unique way of sharing the holiday spirit.Back to top