Weekends

Saturdays


Science Playground with Captain Catalyst: for children ages 4 to 6

It's time to play! A short show and activity stations for our young scientists and their parents/guardians. Starting with a show, the playground stays open for another hour in room 106: you can stay as long as you like. 

In English.

COST: $5.00 (+ taxes) / child 

We are now accepting credit card payments through our secure phone line at 514-398-4861, or you may also pay at the museum.

Your reservation is only guaranteed with payment in advance. We are now accepting credit card payments through our secure phone line at 514-398-4861, or you may also pay at the museum.

Please register here.

New Workshops for Spring!

Saturday April 27: Beetles and Bugs

Saturday May 25: Life in a Pond
 


Young Scientist Workshops: New series this May for children ages 7 to 11!

These workshops highlight current research work done by young scientists at McGill University. Each workshop includes a science discussion and a hands-on scientific activity.

Bilingal.

COST: $12.00 (+ taxes) / child OR $30.00 (+ taxes) for all 3 workshops with advance registration before May 4 2019.

We are now accepting credit card payments through our secure phone line at 514-398-4861, or you may also pay at the museum.

Your reservation is only guaranteed with payment in advance. We are now accepting credit card payments through our secure phone line at 514-398-4861, or you may also pay at the museum.

Please register here.

May 4: Microplastics with PhD Candidate Genevieve D’Avignon


May 11: Arctic Insects with Dr. Shaun Turney


May 25: Declining Amphibians with PhD Candidate Jessica Ford


Persian Culture June Workshops: New series this June for Children ages 10 to 12!

Why is the ancient civilization of Iran so important to historians and to all the proponents of old history? Discover how the Persian ancient civilization preserved stories of its roots in poetry. In collaboration with Dr. Farshid Sadatsharifi and Mrs. Ghazaleh Ghanavizchian, this new series explores the historical events, the colorful medieval paintings and the beautiful collection of poems kept within the pages of the book Persian Epic of the Kings!

In English

COST: $12.00 (+ taxes) / child

We are now accepting credit card payments through our secure phone line at 514-398-4861, or you may also pay at the museum.

Your reservation is only guaranteed with payment in advance. We are now accepting credit card payments through our secure phone line at 514-398-4861, or you may also pay at the museum.

Please register here.

 

June 1: The Persian Epic of Kings - Part 1

June 15: The Persian Epic of Kings - Part 2


World Cultures Collections Workshops: New series this July for children ages 9 to 12!

Are you intrigued by ancient civilizations and archeology? In collaboration with the curator of the Redpath Museum's World Cultures collections, Ms. Annie Lussier, this new series introduces pre-teens to artifacts from the African, Greek, Egyptian and Roman collections. Learn how archeologist can learn about the way of life and cultural practices of different civilizations from the objects they analyze, such as works of art, fragments of pottery and currencies. 

In English

COST: $12.00 (+ taxes) / child

We are now accepting credit card payments through our secure phone line at 514-398-4861, or you may also pay at the museum.

Your reservation is only guaranteed with payment in advance. We are now accepting credit card payments through our secure phone line at 514-398-4861, or you may also pay at the museum.

Please register here.

July 6: Currency around the Globe


July 13: The Secrets to Pottery


July 20: The Different Faces of Theatre


 

Sundays


Sunday tours and activities

Every Sunday between 1:30 pm and 4 pm
In the galleries. 

On Sunday afternoons our student guides present informal interactions and  highlights of the collections and exhibits. 

FREE with admission to Museum. No reservation necessary.


Sunday Discovery Workshops

Every Sunday 11: 30 pm – 12: 30 pm  (In English)

Chaque dimanche entre 13h00 et 14h00 (En francais)

Suitable for children ages 4 - 7.  Workshops include a hands-on craft. FREE for one parent per child.

COST: $10.00 (+ taxes) /child or $35.00 (+taxes) for 4 workshops with advance registration before March 17, 2019.

REGISTER IN ADVANCE online here.

Check the SPRING 2019 Discovery Workshop program here:PDF icon discovery_workshops_spring_2019.pdf

No refunds. No discounts for late arrival regardless of advance registration and/or payment. 

  • If you choose to make a payment for the first date only, future unpaid reservations will be cancelled.
  • There will be no refunds, but we will do our best to accommodate changes depending on availability. Contact us by email (office.redpath [at] mcgill.ca) on the Thursday preceding the workshop.
  • If you arrive later than the starting time of the workshop, your place is no longer guaranteed, regardless of having made a reservation and/or paid

Persian Culture May Workshops: New series this May for children ages 7 to 9!

Why is the ancient civilization of Iran so important to historians and to all the proponents of old history? Discover how the Persian ancient civilization preserved stories of its roots in poetry. In collaboration with Dr. Farshid Sadatsharifi and Mrs. Ghazaleh Ghanavizchian, this new series explores the historical events, the colorful medieval paintings and the beautiful collection of poems kept within the pages of the book Persian Epic of the Kings!

In English

COST: $10.00 (+ taxes) / child

We are now accepting credit card payments through our secure phone line at 514-398-4861, or you may also pay at the museum.

Your reservation is only guaranteed with payment in advance. We are now accepting credit card payments through our secure phone line at 514-398-4861, or you may also pay at the museum.

Please register here.

 

 

May 5: The Persian Epic of Kings - Part 1

May 12: The Persian Epic of Kings - Part 2

 


The Tree of Life game

Every Sunday 12: 00 pm – 2: 00 pm
In the World Cultures Gallery, 3rd floor. 

This activity teaches students about common ancestry, ancestral and derived traits, mutations, extinctions and non-linear evolution. To help illustrate these concepts, players will create their own species and trace their evolutionary paths along a game board. Developed at the WOW lab in McGill's Faculty of Education.

FREE with admission to Museum. No reservation necessary.