Mini Nuit Blanche

Manitoba Children's Museum

45 Forks Market Road

Winnipeg, MB

Craft

Kids

Museum

Painting

Science & technology

Nuit Blanche is a free all-night exploration and celebration of contemporary art that takes place on the Saturday of the Culture Days weekend. All-night means different things to different people, and for us it means 8:30PM! So – seize the night, and come spark your creative learning after dark by enjoying FREE(*) admission to the museum galleries! Graffiti Art Programming Inc. will be here facilitating a collaborative graffiti art project and Let’s Talk Science University of Winnipeg will be doing hands-on science experiments all night long. (*)Please Note: The Children’s Museum reserves the right to limit entry in accordance with occupancy and general admission policies. Free admission will be available on a first-come, first-served basis up to a maximum capacity of 800 people for this event.

This event is free and will be accepting optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.

Manitoba Children's Museum

Fri Sep 27
Sat Sep 28
Sun Sep 29

6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

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Manitoba Children's Museum

The Children’s Museum is a fun family destination! Housed in the oldest surviving train repair facility in Manitoba, the museum features twelve permanent galleries that spark kids’ creative learning. Visitors can hop aboard the authentic 1952 diesel locomotive and 1910 Pullman passenger coach, explore the five-storey tall Lasagna Lookout, test their perceptions in the giant Illusion Tunnel, perform water experiments in Splash Lab, and much more. A toddler-exclusive space, Tot Spot serves the needs of the museum’s smallest visitors. During the holiday season, take a stroll through the land of fairytales in Eaton’s Fairytale Vignettes display. All that PLUS public programs, workshops & special events!

Location

45 Forks Market Road

Winnipeg, MB

Event Contact

Desiree Barber

Language

English, French

Accessibility

This event is wheelchair accessible, and has gender-neutral washrooms.

Visitor resources available upon request include wheelchairs, sunglasses, ear defenders, fidget toys, designated quiet zones (apart from the galleries), social narrative, and UbiDuo 2-Way Communication Device