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Museums Assistance Program

MAP provides financial assistance to Canadian museums and related institutions for the cost of borrowing travelling exhibitions. Find out more.

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Nature on Tour

See the Exhibitions

Visit our travelling exhibitions in a town near you. Find out where they are.

Inspire Your Audiences... Naturally

If you are looking for a travelling exhibition that will attract and engage your visitors with memorable exhibitions about nature, look no further.

We offer high-quality, affordable and inspiring travelling exhibitions. These exhibitions cover a wide variety of subjects, and come in many sizes and formats.

Beneath the Surface: X-Rays of Arctic Fish
This exhibition features 16 spectacular back-lit images that reveal the intricate bone structure of fish found in the icy waters of Canada’s Arctic regions.

Canada's Waterscapes—Yours to Enjoy, Explore and Protect
Visitors to this 150 m2 exhibition will discover how we can better understand and protect Canada's aquatic ecosystems.

Canadian Wildlife Photography of the Year
The 30 winning photographs from the annual Wildlife Photography of the Year Contest, run by Canadian Geographic, are showcased in a new edition each year. Previous editions are also available. Approximately 79 running metres.

Flora of the Canadian Arctic
Through large scans of selected specimens, you will see an impressive array of delicate northern beauties.

Lichens
Akin to modern art, these images show the wide range of colour and form seen in lichens.

Minerals
A 60 m2 exhibition that explores the world of minerals and their variety in form and colour.

Planet Ice: Mysteries of the Ice Ages
A 697 m2 exhibition that explores the power of ice and cold in shaping the world that we live in today.

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