Food for Health
Massey-Harris “No. 2” Tractor
Canola explores the science behind the development, cultivation and future of this crop
Space to Spoon demonstrates how Space technology benefits Canadian farmers and sustainable agriculture
Have you ever wondered why food spoils? A Taste of Science highlights the role science plays in delaying food decay and keeping food nutritious and safe for us to eat.
To highlight the International Year of Pulses, the Museum, in partnership with Pulse Canada, has developed a first-of-its-kind travelling exhibition to raise awareness about pulses.
September 4, 2015 -
This display explores the story of food on the Canadian home front between 1939 and 1945.
With a pinch of history and a dash of myth busting, Food Preservation: The Science You Eat highlights the role science plays in delaying food decay and keeping food nutritious and safe from farm to fork.
Did you know that Canada has the world’s largest potash deposits, located deep beneath the Earth’s surface? From mine to field to fork, explore how Canada helps feed the world.
See what all the buzz is about! Check out the Taking Care of Beesness exhibition at the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum.
Do you know the role a tractor plays in the life of a shoe or a diaper? Find out at the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum’s Tractors exhibition.
The Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame display honours men and women who have made outstanding contributions to Canada’s agriculture and food industries.
Help harvest Canada’s newest crop, renewable energy, at this interactive outdoor exhibit at the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum.
Bring the fun and learning to you with the Food for Health travelling exhibition — perfect for school and community groups.
This tabletop version of Food for Health is perfect for elementary schools or as a preview to the larger travelling exhibition.
Are you what you eat? Discover the link between food and health with the Food for Health virtual exhibition from the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum.
See what all the buzz is about with Bees: A Honey of an Idea, a virtual exhibition from the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum.
See the contribution women have made to Canadian science and technology in the Canadian Women of Innovation virtual exhibition.
- August 13, 2015
This display explores how the Canadian Army Veterinary Corps worked to prevent and treat disease and injury among horses used during the First World War.
October 11, 2013 - June 30, 2014
This display features the top-rated kitchen items past and present—see the generational changes in favourite kitchen appliances since the 1970s.
See what it takes to bake a cake when you have to produce the ingredients. A Piece of Cake is the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum’s new exhibition.
The Canada Agriculture and Food Museum is celebrating the 100th anniversary of 4-H Canada. Check out photos and memorabilia from throughout the years.