Saturday, September 23, 2017 • 1:00pm – 6:00pm
Enjoy science and learning with us!
In celebration of Science Literacy Week, the museum will be hosting fun opportunities to learn more about fossils and dinosaurs. Activities and times are listed below:
Fossil ID Drop-In
1:00pm – 3:00pm
Found something you think might be a fossil? Have something in your collection you need help identifying? Bring it to the museum and Derek Larson, our resident palaeontologist, will help you figure out what it is. Learn more about our Fossil ID Drop-In.
*Free of charge!
3:00pm – 5:00pm
Whether you missed it in the theatres, or just want to relive the excitement again, you can catch the action-packed dino adventure on the big screen in the museum’s Aykroyd Family Theatre!
Follow our palaeontologist Derek Larson on Twitter (@thereal_dlarson) for regular tweets throughout the film
*$7 per person. Jurassic World has been rated PG by the Canadian Home Video Rating System for violence and frightening scenes, and is not recommended for young children.
Dino Fact vs. Fiction
5:00pm – 6:00pm
Palaeontologist Derek Larson takes the stage after the showing of Jurassic World to discuss what the filmmakers got right, and where things may have been exaggerated. If you’ve always wondered how accurate Hollywood dinosaurs are, stick around to get the facts!
Can’t attend the event? You can still get your questions to Derek via Twitter (@thereal_dlarson).
*Free with admission to the film
Jurassic World Ticket Reservation
If you would like to reserve seats at the Jurassic World screening, please fill out the form below. Online reservation ends Friday, September 22.
Reservations are NOT required, but seating is limited.