Kids wearing red and white will get free entrance to the Manitoba Museum on Canada Day!
Children must be between the ages of 3 and 11 and have at least one piece of red or white clothing.
Come and celebrate your patriotism and check out the new display of ten of the most iconic treasures from the Canadian Museum of History’s collection. These ten artifacts include Canada’s oldest known hockey stick (c. 1830); the revolver believed to have been used to kill Thomas D’Arcy McGee, one of the Fathers of Confederation; the “Last Spike” in Canada’s transcontinental railway; the 1964 Kentucky Derby trophy won by Northern Dancer, the most famous Canadian horse; a lidded box with bear design (1985) from legendary Haida artist Bill Reid and more!
The Museum is open from 10 am to 5 pm on Canada Day, which includes the Museum Galleries, Planetarium and Science Gallery.