Bring your tent and camp outside on the vast Museum grounds amidst the many historic buildings – you choose your spot when you arrive. All activities will be facilitated by Museum staff and volunteers, to make your experience unforgettable! All activities/food are included with the $40 tenting fee.
Aug 6, 7:00pm – Arrival / Tent Set-up
Aug 6, 8:00pm – Night Scavenger Hunt
Aug 6, 9:00pm – Campfire Stories & Snacks
Aug 6, 10:00pm – Lights Out
Aug 7, 7:00am – Continental Breakfast
Aug 7, 8:00am – Tent Dismantling / Departure
Maximum 5 people per tent (some exceptions may apply for infants). Campers must pre-register before August 3rd at 5:00pm. A minimum of 4 tents is required to hold the event. Refunds will be available if the minimum amount of participants is not met or if the event is cancelled due to extreme weather/circumstances. Washrooms are available on site, and are sanitized by staff after every use. We ask all participants to practice safe social distancing during the event. To pre-register - please visit: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/museum-in-the-moonlight-tickets-112363281600
Have you ever thought about having a tea party with friends inside a heritage building? We offer a fun and immersive Tea Party Tour at the Museum during our Summer months!
Enjoy an intimate guided tour of the Museum with one of our living history interpreters, a private tea party area inside the heritage building of your choice, your choice of coffee/tea/iced tea/hot cocoa for the table, a selection of dainties, and a Victorian etiquette lesson! Tea Party Tours must be booked in advance, and are $4.00/person above regular Museum admission to cover food costs. Group sizes vary depending on heritage building space.
Prairie Sundays are back this Summer! You can take part in hands-on heritage activities at the Museum every Sunday in July and August (1:00-3:00pm). All activities are free with Museum admission and are delivered by living history demonstrators.