Daily Events

Check out our “Know before you go” guide to help prepare you for your visit.

Monday

What’s the buzz on bees?

10:00 am – 12:00 pm (drop in)

How many legs does a bee have? Why do bees gather pollen? Can you find the queen honeybee in our observation hive? Drop by to discover some of Nova Scotia’s native bees and observe honeybees hard at work in the Museum!

 

Science on a Sphere: Kids in Space  

11:00 am

Do you want to take a trip through our solar system? Join us for a space adventure using Science on a Sphere and the latest information from NASA about our Earth, our Moon, our Sun, and all the planets in our solar system.

 

Animal Spotlight

1:30 pm – 3:30 pm (drop in)

Why does a snake stick its tongue out? What does a toad eat? What are some differences between reptiles and amphibians? Chat with us in Netukulimk as we put the spotlight on some of our amazing Nova Scotian wildlife.

 

Science on a Sphere: Marvelous Moons

2:30 pm

What do you see when you look deep into the night sky? Is there more to discover beyond our Earth and Moon? Join a Museum Naturalist for a live show as we explore the unique features that define our marvelous moons.

 

Gus Walk

3:00 pm 
Gus is 98 years old and is the oldest known gopher tortoise. He has been at the museum for over 70 years. In keeping with Public Health directives, please keep your distance from staff and Gus during any public indoor walks. Gus may be out for a stroll and a snack some afternoons.

 

Tuesday

Animal Spotlight

10:00 pm – 12:00 pm (drop in)

Why does a snake stick its tongue out? What does a toad eat? What are some differences between reptiles and amphibians? Chat with us in Netukulimk as we put the spotlight on some of our amazing Nova Scotian wildlife.

 

Science on a Sphere: Marvelous Moons

11:00 pm

What do you see when you look deep into the night sky? Is there more to discover beyond our Earth and Moon? Join a Museum Naturalist for a live show as we explore the unique features that define our marvelous moons.

 

What’s the buzz on bees?

1:30 am – 3:30 pm (drop in)

How many legs does a bee have? Why do bees gather pollen? Can you find the queen honeybee in our observation hive? Drop by to discover some of Nova Scotia’s native bees and observe honeybees hard at work in the Museum!

 

Science on a Sphere: Kids in Space  

2:00 am

Do you want to take a trip through our solar system? Join us for a space adventure using Science on a Sphere and the latest information from NASA about our Earth, our Moon, our Sun, and all the planets in our solar system.

  

Gus Walk

3:00 pm 

Gus is 98 years old and is the oldest known gopher tortoise. He has been at the museum for over 70 years. In keeping with Public Health directives, please keep your distance from staff and Gus during any public indoor walks. Gus may be out for a stroll and a snack some afternoons.

 

Wednesday

What’s the buzz on bees?

10:00 am – 12:00 pm (drop in)

 

How many legs does a bee have? Why do bees gather pollen? Can you find the queen honeybee in our observation hive? Drop by to discover some of Nova Scotia’s native bees and observe honeybees hard at work in the Museum!

 

Science on a Sphere: Kids in Space  

11:00 am

Do you want to take a trip through our solar system? Join us for a space adventure using Science on a Sphere and the latest information from NASA about our Earth, our Moon, our Sun, and all the planets in our solar system.

  

Animal Spotlight

1:30 pm – 3:30 pm (drop in)

Why does a snake stick its tongue out? What does a toad eat? What are some differences between reptiles and amphibians? Chat with us in Netukulimk as we put the spotlight on some of our amazing Nova Scotian wildlife.

 

Science on a Sphere: Marvelous Moons

2:00 pm

What do you see when you look deep into the night sky? Is there more to discover beyond our Earth and Moon? Join a Museum Naturalist for a live show as we explore the unique features that define our marvelous moons.

 

Gus Walk

3:00 pm 

Gus is 98 years old and is the oldest known gopher tortoise. He has been at the museum for over 70 years. In keeping with Public Health directives, please keep your distance from staff and Gus during any public indoor walks. Gus may be out for a stroll and a snack some afternoons.

 

Thursday

Animal Spotlight

10:00 pm – 12:00 pm (drop in)

Why does a snake stick its tongue out? What does a toad eat? What are some differences between reptiles and amphibians? Chat with us in Netukulimk as we put the spotlight on some of our amazing Nova Scotian wildlife.

 

Science on a Sphere: Marvelous Moons

11:00 pm

What do you see when you look deep into the night sky? Is there more to discover beyond our Earth and Moon? Join a Museum Naturalist for a live show as we explore the unique features that define our marvelous moons.

 

What’s the buzz on bees?

1:30 am – 3:30 pm (drop in)

How many legs does a bee have? Why do bees gather pollen? Can you find the queen honeybee in our observation hive? Drop by to discover some of Nova Scotia’s native bees and observe honeybees hard at work in the Museum!

 

Science on a Sphere: Kids in Space  

2:00 am

Do you want to take a trip through our solar system? Join us for a space adventure using Science on a Sphere and the latest information from NASA about our Earth, our Moon, our Sun, and all the planets in our solar system.

  

Gus Walk

3:00 pm 
Gus is 98 years old and is the oldest known gopher tortoise. He has been at the museum for over 70 years. In keeping with Public Health directives, please keep your distance from staff and Gus during any public indoor walks. Gus may be out for a stroll and a snack some afternoons.

 

Friday

What’s the buzz on bees?

10:00 am – 12:00 pm (drop in)

How many legs does a bee have? Why do bees gather pollen? Can you find the queen honeybee in our observation hive? Drop by to discover some of Nova Scotia’s native bees and observe honeybees hard at work in the Museum!

 

Science on a Sphere: Kids in Space  

11:00 am

Do you want to take a trip through our solar system? Join us for a space adventure using Science on a Sphere and the latest information from NASA about our Earth, our Moon, our Sun, and all the planets in our solar system.

  

Animal Spotlight

1:30 pm – 3:30 pm (drop in)

Why does a snake stick its tongue out? What does a toad eat? What are some differences between reptiles and amphibians? Chat with us in Netukulimk as we put the spotlight on some of our amazing Nova Scotian wildlife.

 

Science on a Sphere: Marvelous Moons

2:00 pm

What do you see when you look deep into the night sky? Is there more to discover beyond our Earth and Moon? Join a Museum Naturalist for a live show as we explore the unique features that define our marvelous moons.

 

Gus Walk

3:00 pm 
Gus is 98 years old and is the oldest known gopher tortoise. He has been at the museum for over 70 years. In keeping with Public Health directives, please keep your distance from staff and Gus during any public indoor walks. Gus may be out for a stroll and a snack some afternoons.

 

Saturday

Science on a Sphere: Kids in Space  

11:00 am

Do you want to take a trip through our solar system? Join us for a space adventure using Science on a Sphere and the latest information from NASA about our Earth, our Moon, our Sun, and all the planets in our solar system.

  

Science on a Sphere: Marvelous Moons

2:00 pm

What do you see when you look deep into the night sky? Is there more to discover beyond our Earth and Moon? Join a Museum Naturalist for a live show as we explore the unique features that define our marvelous moons.

 

Gus Walk

3:00 pm 

Gus is 98 years old and is the oldest known gopher tortoise. He has been at the museum for over 70 years. In keeping with Public Health directives, please keep your distance from staff and Gus during any public indoor walks. Gus may be out for a stroll and a snack some afternoons.

 

Sunday

Science on a Sphere: Kids in Space  

11:00 am

What are you doing over March Break? Do you want to take a trip through our solar system? Join us for a space adventure using Science on a Sphere and the latest information from NASA about our Earth, our Moon, our Sun, and all the planets in our solar system.

  

Science on a Sphere: Marvelous Moons

2:00 pm

What do you see when you look deep into the night sky? Is there more to discover beyond our Earth and Moon? Join a Museum Naturalist for a live show as we explore the unique features that define our marvelous moons.

 

Gus Walk

3:00 pm 

Gus is 98 years old and is the oldest known gopher tortoise. He has been at the museum for over 70 years. In keeping with Public Health directives, please keep your distance from staff and Gus during any public indoor walks. Gus may be out for a stroll and a snack some afternoons.

*Programs are subject to change without notice.