Images of the Canadian Childrenís Museum

With its emphasis on interactive hands-on learning, the Canadian Children's Museum (CCM) seeks to enrich children's lives, broaden their cultural experience and provide them with a creative space in which to learn about the world. At the CCM, children can trek through the desert to a pyramid, help unload a cargo ship at the Port of Entry, or stroll through the bustling Market Bazaar. There are endless ways for children to learn about the world and each other!

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© Canadian Museum of History, photo Steven Darby, D2007-08565


© Canadian Museum of History, photo Steven Darby, IMG2008-0934-0007-Dm




© Canadian Museum of History, IMG2008-0934-0045-Dm


© Canadian Museum of History, IMG2008-0934-0063-Dm


Photo: H. Foster, CMH


© Canadian Museum of History, IMG2008-0934-0187-Dm


The Canadian Childrenís Museumís Youth Advisory Committee
Photo: Mark Holleron

Back: Emmett MacKay, 11, Gabe Scratch, 11, and Christian Campbell, 12
Front: Cassandra Konecny, 12, Chloé Godman, 13, Pierre-Olivier Beaulnes, 13, Camille Bandola, 13, Laura Goodwin, 12, Lyndsay Kotarba, 13, and Jean-Francois Beaulnes, 12


Members of the Canadian Childrenís Museumís Youth Advisory Committee
Photo: Mark Holleron

Jean-Francois Beaulnes, 12, and Emmett MacKay, 11


Members of the Canadian Childrenís Museumís Youth Advisory Committee
Photo: Mark Holleron

Chloé Godman, 13, Camille Bandola, 13, and Pierre-Olivier Beaulnes, 13


On the dromedary at the Canadian Childrenís Museum
Photo: Mark Holleron

Damen Gauthier and Heidi Fougère


On the motorcycle at the Kidsí Café at the Canadian Childrenís Museum
Photo: Mark Holleron

Vincent Duquette, 11, François Duquette, 11, and Julien Duquette, 7


At the Kidsí Café at the Canadian Childrenís Museum
Photo: Mark Holleron

Divya, 3, and his father Dushy Dushyanthan


At the Kidsí Café at the Canadian Childrenís Museum
Photo: Mark Holleron

Edward, 5, and his mother Dominica Wan






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