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Canadian Canoe Museum

The Canadian Canoe Museum is home to the largest collection of canoes, kayaks and paddled watercraft in the world!

Currently, the museum’s holdings number over 600 boats that together represent many of the major watercraft traditions of Canada. Visitors to the museum will learn and explore the history of Canada, told through the canoe.

Our guests enjoy unique interactive, hands-on galleries that are both educational and fun for the whole family.

Kids activities such as a puppet theatre, scavenger hunt and model canoe building see young visitors fascinated. Artisans throughout the galleries demonstrate traditional skills such as paddle carving, felting and finger weaving. Also unique to the museum is a fully functioning woodshop where visitors can see traditional boat building techniques in action. A variety of paddled watercraft are built right on site every day!

The Museum also offers a multitude of programming year-round for all ages including award winning education programs for schools and youth groups, adult artisan workshops such as paddle carving, campfire cooking classes and snowshoe weaving, and on-the-water summer paddling camps for kids. The Museum also facilitates adult canoeing courses and can certify participants with their ORCKA levels 1-4. New in 2017 the museum is offering a unique Voyageur Canoe Tour experience where participants paddle a 36’ voyageur canoe up and over the worlds highest hydraulic lift lock in Peterborough!

Through inclusive, memorable and engaging exhibits and programs The Canadian Canoe Museum shares the art, culture, heritage and spirit of paddled watercraft with our communities, and visitors worldwide.

For more information visit www.canoemuseum.ca

Canadian Canoe Museum

Show location

The International Centre

6900 Airport Rd
Mississauga, ON L4V 1E8

(905) 361-2677

Directions & parking

Show hours

  • Wednesday March 14th 10am - 7pm
  • Thursday March 15th 10am - 7pm
  • Friday March 16th 10am - 7pm
  • Saturday March 17th 10am - 7pm
  • Sunday March 18th 10am - 5pm

Admission

  • Adult $20.00
  • Senior (60+) $13.00
  • Junior (13 - 17yrs) $13.00
  • Kids (12 & under) FREE!