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Event Series Event Series: Family Day Weekend

Family Day Weekend

February 17 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

$15 – $20

Event: Family Day Weekend

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Date: February 17 to 19, 2024

Location: Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum

Time: 9 am to 5 pm daily

Admission: Adults $20 (Age 18+), Kids $15 (Ages 6-17). LIMITED QUANTITY AVAILABLE – to guarantee your museum entry, purchase your tickets in advance. Tickets valid for only the date purchased. No exchanges or refunds. Free admission for museum members and children 5 & under.

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Fun and learning blast off over three space-themed days. There’s something for everyone at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum this Family Day weekend!

Have you always wanted to meet an astronaut? This is your opportunity! Canadian Astronaut Dr. Dave Williams will be at the museum at 11 am for a presentation on aviation and spaceflight. NOTE: Astronaut Dave will be here ONLY on Saturday February 17.

The Space to Spoon exhibit is a hands-on experience, with stunning graphics and interactive elements for visitors of all ages. The science, technology, and innovation that transform satellite images into agricultural applications are showcased in a way that encourages informal science learning among school groups as well as general audiences. Space to Spoon demonstrates how space technology benefits Canadian farmers and sustainable agriculture. It also highlights the Canadian Space Agency’s Earth observation satellite, RADARSAT-2, and its cutting-edge successor, RADARSAT Constellation.

Want to learn more about the stars above? Sit back and relax in Astronomy in Action’s planetarium and explore through time and space. Stunning 4K visuals of the true night sky in a professionally presented 360-degree theatre allows you to experience the universe with wonder and awe.

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